£70 full / £50 memb & conc / £35 under-25
- Year: 2018
- Duration: 90min
- Certificate: UC
- Type: Courses & Workshops
WELCOME TO THE CHEAP SEATS: SILVER SCREEN PORTRAYALS OF THE BRITISH WORKING CLASS
A fascinating trip around the side-streets and back-to-backs of working-class cinema, exploring the British New Wave kitchen sink dramas of the 50s and 60s, such as SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY MORNING, A TASTE OF HONEY and THIS SPORTING LIFE, to KES, QUADROPHENIA, BRONCO BULLFROG, THAT SINKING FEELING and THIS IS ENGLAND. From stuffy post-war stereotypes to more ethnically diverse work and more female orientated films, this is an unflinching look at a gritty sub-genre and its constant clashes with controversy, censorship and the establishment. Expect Mike Leigh, THE LONG GOOD FRIDAY, RITA SUE AND BOB TOO and more recent offerings such as FUNNY COW, JAWBONE and TYRANNOSAUR. If you’re a fan of challenging, unforgettable British movies, this course is it, all the rest is propaganda.
Tutor: Andrew Graves
Duration: 10 weeks
Tuesday evenings commencing TUE 7 MAY, 7PM-8.30PM
Price: £70/£50 memb & conc/£35 under-25
Terms and conditions
This is a 10-week course taking place on Tuesday evenings from 7PM until 8.30PM and the first session will be on Tuesday 7 May 2019. When you arrive please report to the Box Office, where you will be given instructions on how to find the room by one of our members of staff.
Once you are signed up to the course, we will keep you informed on any updates through our notice board at http://www.broadway.org.uk/courses
You are not required to bring anything with you to the first session except a pen and paper if you wish to take notes.
Please note that we cannot refund courses within 10 working days of the start date, or after the course has started.
Should you require any further help with your booking please contact a member of the box office staff on 0115 952 6611 and they will be glad to help.