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Film Screening: Bunch of Kunst
October 5 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Bunch of Kunst (2017) Rated 18 // Running Time 1 hour 43 minutes // Suggested entry donation £3 members/£5 non-members
Join us for a screening of Bunch of Kunst, Christine Franz’s award-winning documentary about Nottingham rock duo Sleaford Mods and austerity Britain.
British punk duo Sleaford Mods have been called “the voice of Britain” by their fans, “Britain’s angriest band” by the Guardian and “The world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll band” by Iggy Pop! Bunch of Kunst follows them on their two-year journey from Nottingham bedroom recording sessions to chart success.
7:00pm Bar opens
7.30pm Screening begins
8.30pm Short intermission
9.30pm Screening finishes
We will screen subtitled versions of the film at this event. It is not closed captioned. There will be a 15 minute interval in the middle of the film.
Regrettably, Partisan is not yet wheelchair accessible. However, we are working closely with the council and our architect to make this Grade 2 Listed building accessible to all. Further information on their progress can be found at www.partisancollective.net/accessibility/ . You can contact email@example.com for specific access questions or requests.
Partisan is located across 2 floors of a 3-story building. This event is on the first floor, which has 22 steps from street level, with a handrail.
All toilets are gender-neutral and are located on both levels of the venue. On the first floor, these are single contained stalls.
Assistance dogs are allowed at all times. Other well behaved dogs are usually welcome, with the exception of in performance rooms of loud music events. If you have a dog allergy/phobia let us know – we’ll do what we can.
For ticketed events, paying disabled people are eligible to a free additional ticket for a PA to accompany them.
Partisan aims to be a safer space. As such, harmful and discriminatory behaviour is not tolerated. As a cooperative, Partisan is democratically owned by its members, and is shaped by everybody through what we say and what we do. If you are challenged or feel threatened, speak to someone wearing a Partisan badge; they are there to help.