Venue: Vue Islington
Sunday 28th April 3pm, £8
Anacronte (Argentina, Dir: Raul Koler, Emiliano Sette)
Anacronte and the Sorcerers of Evil, without any emotion and fulfilling their destiny, they put to test humanity’s happiness in a struggle that, in short, has each of us as winners and losers.
The Switch (UK, Dir: Paul Burt)
You’ll never guess what this Light Switch said next… A woman is surprised when her newly installed light switch begins talking to her. And to make matters worse it’s racist.
My Toughest Battle (UK, Dir: Jim Doyle)
The story focuses on Jamie a young boxer who, as he is preparing for an upcoming fight, starts to struggle with his feelings of depression. He doesn’t understand them; they become consuming at times and he struggles to talk to those around him.
The Third Hand (UK, Dir: Yonatan Weisberg)
Tonight feels like any other in the mundane life of this office worker. He watches the same show, eats the same food and just waits for it to end. But tonight is different. A blackout deep in the night awakens a mysterious room. Inside could be the secret to his wildest dreams, or worst nightmares.
Goodbye Mondays (UK, Dir: Michael Salmon)
A newly-hired maid is offered the chance to earn a life-changing sum of money in exchange for murdering her employer.
Tolerance (UK, Dir: Paul Laight)
With the table set for dinner for two, Sadie plots revenge on her cheating ex-boyfriend, Stephen. A short film about revenge, addiction, obsession and murder.
The Negotiator (UK, Dir: Jehan Bokhari)
A widow is confronted by a mind-bending negotiator from her late husband’s company.
Futures (UK, Dir: Daniel Marc Janes)
A tense moral thriller about fast money and predatory behaviour. Leo (Craig Parkinson, FOUR LIONS, CONTROL), a swaggering trader in the City of London, is an unreconstructed alpha male. Recently promoted, he wants to pursue riskier trades and bullies his underlings into going along with him. But how far can he push Teddy (Luke Newberry, BAFTA-nominated for IN THE FLESH [BBC THREE]) and Rosie (Ria Zmitrowicz, THREE GIRLS [BBC ONE]) before they reach their moral limits? A gripping drama about ruthless profit, unbridled masculinity and urgent world events.
Tickets booked online must be collected 15mins before showtime. Cash tickets are available for 30 mins at the box office. TICKETS ARE NON REFUNDABLE
Over 18’s only, limited access for people with disabilities, no admittance for latecomers.
Hen & Chickens Theatre
109 St Paul’s Road
London N1 2NA