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Generation Revolution

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25 Mar
Film Screening + Talks

Generation Revolution (2016) is a feature length documentary film that tells the powerful story of London’s new generation of black and brown activists.

The film focuses on two groups – the London Black Revs and R Movement – set on changing the social and political landscape in the capital and beyond.

The screening will be followed by a talk about the film and long table discussion on art and activism. Reginald Edmund and Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway lead the discussions alongside creatives and activists.

Reginald Edmund is a resident playwright of Chicago Dramatists and Managing Curating Producer of Black Lives, Black Words. Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway is the Founder and Executive Manager of Artistic Directors of the Future.

Pay What You Want. You can choose how much you would like to pay from a few options online. Call our box office if you’d like to pay another amount.

Film running time: 65 mins
Post-film talk: 40 mins
Long table discussion: 1 hr

Times & Prices

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25 March 3:00pmFrom £10

Pay What You Want. Choose from online ticket prices: £2.50, £5, £7.50 and £10.

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25 MarchFrom £2.50

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Studio

Running time approx 3 hours

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The Bush Theatre is fully accessible

If you have any access needs please let us know via the box office when you book.

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