In the cold and dreary winter months, what better than to head off to a cosy cinema and immerse yourself in some top quality celluloid entertainment? For those of you who seek the unusual, here is our guide to alternative cinema in good ole London town.
FASHION VICTIM – THE MUSICAL is “a thoroughly modern morality tale set in the cut throat world of la mode. Boo, hiss or cheer – as you see fit – the chutzpah of Mimi Steele in this story of laughs, love and sharp practices in the cutting edge world of fashion.”
In advance of two screenings at the Roxy Bar & Screen on Borough High Street, we caught up with the writer Toby Rose to talk Fashion Victims, offbeat London, cheap thrills and confessions…
SWEDE DREAMS | Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 July | Roxy Bar & Screen, Borough
Saturday: Swede Dreams 4pm-9.30pm; Midnight Movies 9.30pm-2.30am | Sunday: Swede Dreams 3pm-10pm (bar open to 12am)
£7 per day or £12 for both days Midnight Movies £6.50 advance – Limited all access pass = £15