Posted by: hiddenlondon | April 17, 2013

Flash from the Past on Saturday

Proof that the past is always with us this weekend as London celebrates silent cinema and the vinyl record.

Flora le Breton in 'Cocaine', directed by Graham Cutts, 1922

Flora le Breton in ‘Cocaine’, directed by Graham Cutts, 1922

The Silent Cinema event at the Cinema Museum will show London-related films with a theme of sensation seeking.  Films include ‘Cocaine’, ‘Hobson’s Choice’ and ‘The Yellow Claw’.

The Cinema Museum, 2 Dugard Way (off Renfrew Road),  London SE11 4TH
Saturday April 20th, Doors open at 10.00 am.

Record Store Day will be celebrated at venues across London with live appearances, DJs and special releases of vinyl tracks.  Live shows include an appearance by Paul Weller at Rough Trade East.

Record  Store Day, Saturday 20th April

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