Peckham & Nunhead Free Film Festival!
Tues 9th September 7.30pm at Rye Books
Enjoy an exploration of the Big Smoke in a free screening of London (Dir Patrick Keiller, 1994, UK, Cert U, 82 mins)
Patrick Keiller's film, perhaps best described as a visual essay, blends documentary footage of the capital with an ironic, sardonic voice-over from a fictional, disembodied narrator (Paul Schofield) who guides us through the images that he sees as he and his unseen friend Robinson tour the city in search of literary heritage and culture.
There'll also be a an eclectic selection of tunes from DJ Jean Marie, plus an array of seasonal refreshments available.
We'll be projecting onto a screen outside the shop, so you may want to bring a blanket and weather-proof clothes.
This is a free event. No booking required.
At Rye Books (date TBC)
Shackleton's Journey by William Grill
Slideshow & reading
To celebrate Ernest Shackleton’s departure on “Endurance” across the Antarctic, star illustrator William Grill brings us a detailed visual narrative of this extraordinary and historical expedition.
Grill’s beautiful use of coloured pencils and vibrant hues place him somewhere on the artistic spectrum between Raymond Briggs and David Hockney, and his fastidious cataloguing of every single detail of the expedition is nothing short of a Blackstock collection.
Grill evokes the atmosphere and intrepid excitement that would have surrounded the expedition with his impeccably researched and detailed drawings. Children will love examining the exploded diagrams of the peculiar provision taken or the individual drawings of the sled dogs or pack horses.
This book takes the academic and historical information surrounding the expedition and re-interprets it for a younger audience in a way that will capture their imaginations. For ages 7-11 and everybody else!
We are pleased to announce the winners of our first Funny Money competition!
Tom Ball / Age 3
Ella salim / Age 12
Polly Maclean / Grown up
You have each won a £25 pound book voucher!
We will endeavour to get in contact with you but please don't hesitate to contact us!
The wining entries were picked by local artist Humphrey Ocean.
Don't worry if you didn't manage to enter this time, our second competition is already under way!
You have until April 25th to create your coin!
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