“Wild at Heart And Weird On Top”: The Films Of David Lynch
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“Wild at Heart And Weird On Top”: The Films Of David Lynch

“If cinema is a drug, then in the special section of its pharmacological spectrum reserved for the hallucinogens, sit the movies of David Lynch” – Indiewire. Following our successful film course last autumn, States Of Terror: Contemporary Horror In World Cinema, tutor Jon Towlson returns to City Screen, York this April for a series on … Continue reading

Sleaford Mods: Invisible Britain
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Sleaford Mods: Invisible Britain

Monday 30 November, 6.30 Sleaford Mods are a ranting, raving duo comprising Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn, whose punky, beat-driven tunes have won over audiences and critics alike – and they’ve done it all on their own terms: connecting through the music, and through Williamson’s brilliantly demented, bitingly funny, addictive and unstoppable vitriol. Invisible Britain is a … Continue reading

A Streetcar Named Desire at City Screen 4/10
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A Streetcar Named Desire at City Screen 4/10

City Screen is showing Elia Kazan’s 1951 hothouse adaptation of Tennessee Williams’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 1947 play A Streetcar Named Desire on Sunday 4 October, 8.00. It will be preceded by a talk, by Dr Sarah Olive from the University of York, called The Prime Of Vivien Leigh? The screening heralds an exhibition at York’s Treasurer’s House which will … Continue reading

Save £2 With Gemma Bovery at Waterstones York
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Save £2 With Gemma Bovery at Waterstones York

Another great deal with City Screen’s next-door-neighbours in York: Waterstones will give you £2 off the price of Madame Bovary or Gemma Bovery if you enter the Coney Street bookseller’s premises armed with a ticket stub from seeing Gemma Bovery at City Screen. The new movie starts on Friday 28 August, featuring a winsome performance from Gemma Arterton in … Continue reading