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Bill of Fare: 8-10 July 2011

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FRIDAY

Coming Up Later A late-night theatre extravaganza showcasing new talent. 7-9 July, Old Vic Tunnels. For tickets, email "Guest List" to comingup@ideastap.com.

Folly For A Flyover A series of evening events, exploring the themes of the Barbican's summer exhibition, Watch Me Move. Friday's event: Middle of the Road – A selection of short films and documentaries celebrating and exploring the romance and banality of the motorway. Doors open at 7pm, films start at 8.30pm. Under the A12 Flyover, Hackney Wick, E9 5HW. £4

Unique Cinema Classic films in an alternative location (the top floor of the Westmoreland Road Car Park). The cinema will be completely soundless to the outside world, with headphones provided for each visitor. Friday: 7pm – The Bourne Identity. Westmoreland Road Car Park, Level 8, Bromley, BR2 0QL. £2-£5

WAKE/ARCHIPELAGO A six-week programme of performance and installation in which 21 artists will develop artworks throughout the course of two concurrent shows in the galleries in Southwark Park. ARCHIPELAGO – 12-6pm, Wednesday – Sunday, Cafe Gallery, Southwark Park. WAKE – 12-6pm, Saturday & Sunday, Dilston Grove, Southwark Park. FREE

Be Festival New performance festival in Birmingham, celebrating the difference and variety within Europe. At various venues across Birmingham, 4-10 July. Day pass £10/Festival pass £48

Mrs Darling's Kiss A group exhibition incorporating sculpture, print, painting, film and an artist-made outdoor cinema. Friday, 11am-6pm, Arch 402 Gallery, E2 8HD. FREE

SATURDAY

The 1-2-3-4 Shoreditch 2011 One-day music festival in East London. Shoreditch Park, Hoxton. Gates open at midday. £22.50

7 Day Drunk A show created by Bryony Kimmings during a 7 day alcohol experiment, inspired by the historical links between artists and mind enhancing drugs. Monitored and helped by scientists, carers, IT experts and a film maker, Bryony is spending her week making art in varying states of intoxication to beg the question, 'Is Alcohol really linked to Creativity?' 8pm, Jacksons Lane,  N6 5AA. £10.

Coming Up Later A late-night theatre extravaganza showcasing new talent. 7-9 July, Old Vic Tunnels. For tickets, email "Guest List" to comingup@ideastap.com

Folly For A Flyover A series of evening events, exploring the themes of the Barbican's summer exhibition, Watch Me Move. Saturday's event: A Beast From 20,000 Fathoms – A giant dinosaur awakened by a nuclear explosion from an arctic slumber crashes through down-town New York. B-movie spectacular featuring 'the best double-take in cinema history'. Doors open at 7pm, films start at 8.30pm. Under the A12 Flyover, Hackney Wick, E9 5HW. £4

Unique Cinema Classic films in an alternative location (the top floor of the Westmoreland Road Car Park). The cinema will be completely soundless to the outside world, with headphones provided for each visitor. Saturday: 3pm – Finding Nemo, 7pm – Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl. Westmoreland Road Car Park, Level 8, Bromley, BR2 0QL. £2-£5

WAKE/ARCHIPELAGO A six-week programme of performance and installation in which 21 artists will develop artworks throughout the course of two concurrent shows in the galleries in Southwark Park. ARCHIPELAGO – 12-6pm, Wednesday – Sunday, Cafe Gallery, Southwark Park. WAKE – 12-6pm, Saturday & Sunday, Dilston Grove, Southwark Park. FREE

Be Festival New performance festival in Birmingham, celebrating the difference and variety within Europe. At various venues across Birmingham, 4-10 July. Day pass £10/Festival pass £48

Mrs Darling's Kiss A group exhibition incorporating sculpture, print, painting, film and an artist-made outdoor cinema. Saturday, 11am-3pm, Arch 402 Gallery, E2 8HD. FREE

SUNDAY

Folly For A Flyover A series of evening events, exploring the themes of the Barbican's summer exhibition, Watch Me Move. Sunday's event: Requiem for Detroit – Lyrical shots of abandoned buildings and decaying industrial architecture give shape to this 2010 documentary about Detroit’s troubled love affair with the automobile. Doors open at 7pm, films start at 8.30pm. Under the A12 Flyover, Hackney Wick, E9 5HW. £4

Unique Cinema Classic films in an alternative location (the top floor of the Westmoreland Road Car Park). The cinema will be completely soundless to the outside world, with headphones provided for each visitor. Saturday: 3pm – Toy Story. Westmoreland Road Car Park, Level 8, Bromley, BR2 0QL. £2-£5

WAKE/ARCHIPELAGO A six-week programme of performance and installation in which 21 artists will develop artworks throughout the course of two concurrent shows in the galleries in Southwark Park. ARCHIPELAGO – 12-6pm, Wednesday – Sunday, Cafe Gallery, Southwark Park. WAKE – 12-6pm, Saturday & Sunday, Dilston Grove, Southwark Park. FREE

Be Festival New performance festival in Birmingham, celebrating the difference and variety within Europe. At various venues across Birmingham, 4-10 July. Day pass £10/Festival pass £48

Mrs Darling's Kiss A group exhibition incorporating sculpture, print, painting, film and an artist-made outdoor cinema. Sunday, 11am-3pm, Arch 402 Gallery, E2 8HD. FREE

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