Floating cinema returns to King’s Cross

The Floating Cinema Horror Weekender. Summer 2013 at Granary Square. Photo: Hydar Dewachi

1pm to 6pm 2 November 2013 the fantastic floating cinema which last visited this summer returns, this time for Camden’s New Wave Festival. The Floating Cinema and artists Tracy & Hobbs will be at Granary Square Steps for a day of ‘Water Folk’ activities. Entry is free, no booking required.

The Floating Cinema will host an afternoon of waterbug discovery activity. Take a close look through microscopes and magnipots at the cornucopia of fascinating creatures dipped direct from the canal. Observe creature’s movements and shapes from their hidden world as never seen before; magnified onto the custom built cinema screen or projected bankside after dark.

On-board screenings of Tracy & Hobbs “Water Folk” animation will be shown throughout the afternoon.

Sounds like a fantastic day of free family fun. One definitely not to be missed!


About Sophie Talbot

Sophie runs a small business designing websites for small businesses and community groups. http://www.cookiewp.com She also manages King's Cross Community Projects http://www.kccp.org.uk
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