Sunday Fun-day Vintage Movie: The Man Who Fell to Earth
On the 14th of July, grab a popcorn and join dozens to watch one of Nicolas Roeg’s most innovative film, The Man who fell to Earth.
Here Roeg takes his kaleidoscopic style to its furthest limits. A story about a disorientated alien visitor (played by David Bowie) trying to get back to his own planet, is transformed into a dense adventure; part road movie, part corporate thriller, part sci-fi fantasy. Show time is at 12:00 located in the Greenwich Picture-House. Tickets for the screening cost £8 and can be bought at
www.picturehouses.com/cinema/ – you won’t want to miss this classic.
Get Lost in the Stars with Sky and Scope
On the 13th of July get an in-depth overview of the night sky in this advanced planetarium show for experienced stargazers. Located in the Royal Observatory, this show is intended for experienced astronomers looking to forego the basics for an exploration of what to find over the coming months. Featuring high-level concepts and up-to-the-minute news, the show is suited to those familiar with astronomy jargon and some experience with a telescope or binoculars. Show begins at 10am and costs £13. You can buy tickets at
Rock out with KISS!
Are you ready to rock? After an epic 45 year career, KISS announced that they will launch their final tour ever in 2019. The END OF THE ROAD tour will be stopping at The O2 located on Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0DX on Thursday 11th July, 2019. Tickets are still available! This will be the last time to experience KISS’s notoriously larger-than-life performance that has solidified their name into Rock & Roll history. Seated tickets are being sold for as low as £53 at
www.axs.com/uk Doors open at 6:30pm.
Rhys James and Kelly Convey Perform at Up the Creek Comedy Club
On the 14th of July, as a part of Up the Creek Comedy Club’s Sunday Special, Rhys James and Kelly Convey travel south from Edinburgh to deliver a real screamer. Whip-smart wordsmith Rhys James returns with his brilliant new show ‘Snitch’. Meanwhile Kelly Convey joins Rhys with her new show ‘Telephone Voice’. All in all, you have a 99.9 percent chance of being tickled once the night is through. Doors open at 6:45, show starts at 7:45. Tickets are being sold for £7 and can be bought at
Explore the Cutty Sark with actors performing some of Shakespeare’s best bits. Shakespeare Undone incorporates fragments of Shakespeare’s plays to re-create a new long lost play. The mash-ups will include samples from Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and more. Experience Shakespeare un-hinged! Shakespeare Undone! Will take place on the 12th-13th of July with shows at 6:30, 7:30, and 8:30. Tickets cost £18 and can be bought at www.rmg.co.uk
Located at the: Cutty Sark Theatre in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF.