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Kinidröme Comes to Halesworth

Those of you lucky enough to take a peek into the Kinidröme tent at last year’s FolkEast Festival may well have seen an array of historic films shot locally and hereabouts, some from the silent era, some in black and white and some shot in colour, but all projected on celluloid or magic lantern as appropriate. Peek you may have, and then, perhaps, shuffled off to see a band or attend a workshop.

April 1st sees a return of the Kinidröme to the Halesworth Cut Arts Centre with new films and a few favourites you may have missed, all presented in period-accurate style, with appropriate cinema adverts; documentaries, features, as well as rare local silent film with live musical accompaniment.

Indoor Stalls, The Fairs Archive, and a fully stocked bar as usual.

Films will include:

  • Light On East Anglia (1960s colour documentary)
  • Here’s A Health To The Barley Mow (Blaxhall Ship singers)
  • Sam Friend – The Carters Lad
  • A Writer’s Suffolk (George Ewart Evans documentary)
  • The Banker And The Farmer (ancient farming documentary)
  • Girl Guides Rally Culford Hall 1926 (Silent film with live music)
  • Nick And The Nomads (beat group late of Ipswich)

Period adverts and shorts galore.

Come and enjoy the squit.

Entry by tickets: £10 in advance or on the door until capacity is reached.

In partnership with

FolkEast: www.folkeast.co.uk

fairsarchive.wordpress.com

eastfolkchronicle.co.uk

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