All Saints Building, All Saints,
Manchester Fashion Institute at Manchester Metropolitan University will be hosting the annual IFFTI fashion conference in April 2019. The theme of the conference will be Fashion: ID and the conference will welcome key note speakers, academic paper presentations, exhibitions and a catwalk fashion show.
Tunbridge Wells West Station
The Vintage Mobile Cinema will be parked up showing transport films at Groombridge Station on the Spa Valley Railway as part of two wonderful days in May. This wonderful railway markets itself as having "A DESTINATION AT EVERY STATION!" Steam & Heritage Diesel trains operate throughout the year between Tunbridge Wells West & Eridge with intermediate stations at High Rocks & Groombridge. Click here for information and tickets
An exciting place shaping pilot project with Heritage Open Days, National Trust, Rochdale Development Agency and specialist place experts, thinkingplace. Starring Audrey, the amazing Vintage Mobile Cinema Including • Futurescope: shape the history of our place and the transformation of Rochdale town hall • Memories Amnesty: share your memories, scrapbooks, photo and ephemera with local history detectives • Household Heritage: home grown history - bring along something old and interesting but not necessarily precious heirloom • Hard Hat Heroes : Rochdale’s beautiful buildings are coming back to life – find out how. • Let’s Make History: use scrapbooking techniques to create memory bunting for future generations • Table Top Museums: discover Rochdale’s curators, collectors and collections in • A Cabinet of Curiosities: a sneaky peak at weird and wonderful artefacts from the Touchstones collection • Haunted: swap tales of Rochdale’s most mysterious, unexplained and seriously scary • The Lost & Found Societies of Recreation: a market place of Rochdale’s hobbies, clubs and societies • The Old School Wall – bring your class photos to add to our wall of fame and spot your chums in the line ups • Dine though the Decades – enjoy a taste of the past from a menu of dishes and drinks from bygone eras at The Baum
Mill Marsh Park
The Contemporary Craft Festival is an outstanding event. It offers the very best in contemporary craft nationally, attracting exhibitors and audiences from across the UK. After 10 years it is now established as one of the best events of its kind in the UK. Audrey returns once again to this wonderful event. This is without doubt one of the highlights of our year. Visit event website
St Mary’s Road,
The Vintage Mobile Cinema is returning to this wonderful event in the beautiful Border Town of Melrose.This was one of the highlights of last year. This great event is set in the beautiful Harmony Gardens, Melrose in the Scottish Borders, it is referred to as the friendliest Book Festival in Britain. We can’t wait to return. Audrey will once again go down a storm. Come and say hello if you are there. www.bordersbookfestival.org
Audrey returns to this wonderful event near Dorchester. This will be the 6th year that we have attended the impressive festival. This festival in Tolpuddle celebrates the story of the 6 martyrs and has been running in one form or another since 1875. In it’s present form the festival was developed in 1997 by Nigel Costley the new South West TUC Regional Secretary, with the help of Dick Muskett from the Workers Beer Company. Today the festival ranks with The Durham Miners Gala and Levellers Day in Burford, Oxfordshire, as one the key summer events in the annual calendar of the UK Left. Music, theatre and dance have been well represented at the festival since 1997 and the possibility of incorporating radical film into the festival has been on the agenda for many years. In 2014 the formation of The Radical Film Network and Public Domain Productionscoincided with the restoration of the Vintage Mobile Cinema and collaboration with GorillaCinema to make the ambition for film at Tolpuddle into a reality. Click here for more information
Marine Road West
Audrey, the Vintage Mobile Cinema will be attending the brilliant Vintage by the Sea event in Morecambe. The FREE award-winning Vintage by the Sea Festival returns to Morecambe on 1st and 2nd September 2018 to celebrate the brilliance of 20th-century design, fashion, vehicles and entertainment. Experience live music, classic cars, street theatre, workshops, marketplace & crafts, heritage buses, a vintage fairground and pop-up dance.
The Vintage Mobile Cinema will be attending the Skegness Vintage Seaside Festival in September. Apart from Audrey, there will be activities on both days in Tower Gardens including a Vintage Tea Room serving everything from Lemon Chicken sandwiches to traditional homemade Jam and Cream scones. They will also be hosting a Vintage Market so if you would like to book a stall then please do contact us.
The Vintage Mobile Cinema will be one of a number of venues as part of this fantastic new book Festival in the beautiful market town of Tring in the northern home counties. For ten days in November, we will be transforming the Hertfordshire market town of Tring into a literary lover’s dream as we welcome a selection of the world’s finest writers, actors, politicians, poets and leading opinion formers to help us celebrate the joy of the written word. The programme will include debates, interviews, presentations and workshops all hosted in a selection of wonderful venues in and around this lovely part of the home counties.