• Migrate Art Mayfair [Exclusive invitation] Film & Music speakers & Networking

    Hi Film Rebels, We are very excited to be holding one of our usual speaker events with director Eric Blakeney & Shama Rahman playing live In My Line of Sight (Official Video) http://tinyurl.com/yxvjccfo. Whilst exclusively admiring amazing art of some of the most famous artists in the world today, in giving homage to Migrate Art! Multicolour, a new exhibition and auction by Migrate Art, is fundraising to support those affected by the global refugee crisis. Some of the most significant names in contemporary art have created works using pencils and crayons salvaged from the Calais Jungle refugee camp, formerly home to a community of approximately 10,000 refugees, demolished in 2016. From March 20th - 31st, these works will be on view in a dedicated exhibition at Cork Street Galleries before they are sold as part of Phillips’ ‘New Now’ sale in early April and also online via partnerships with Artsy and MyArtBroker.com. Artists: Anish Kapoor / Annie Kevans / Annie Morris / Chantal Joffe / Conor Harrington / Conrad Shawcross / Edmund De Waal / Gary Hume / Idris Khan / Jeremy Deller / Jonathan Yeo / Keith Coventry / Kevin Francis Gray / Mark Wallinger / Maggi Hambling / Michael Craig-Martin / Nari Ward / Pejac / Rachel Whiteread / Raqib Shaw / Richard Deacon / Richard Woods / Robert Montgomery / Ron Arad / Sara Shamma / Sean Scully / Swoon / The Connor Brothers / Zhang Huan / Yahon Chang “The Migrate Art auction is a very creative approach enabling people to help with a desperate worldwide problem”- Rachel Whiteread 90% of profits from the sale will be donated equally to Migrate’s key charity partners – RefuAid, Refugee Community Kitchen, The Lotus Flower and The Worldwide Tribe. 10% will go towards future Migrate Art projects. “Whether or not today’s refugees are fleeing from political or economical trouble, I identify with, and have great empathy for the sense of displacement they must feel. The only way I can express my true feelings is through my art - as a means of release and escapism - so I am happy to be contributing to the Migrate project in aid of this worthwhile cause” - Raqib Shaw  Migrate Art has previously worked with some of the biggest names in contemporary art, including Antony Gormley, Julian Opie and Christie’s, and has raised approaching £100,000 to date for projects across 3 continents. About Migrate Art: Founded in 2016 by Simon Butler Migrate Art is a restricted fund under the auspices of Prism the Gift Fund (Charity number[masked]). Website: MigrateArt.com / Instagram: @migrateart / Twitter: @Migrateart / #MigrateArt #Multicolour / To view all artworks online, please visit www.myartbroker.com/migrateart. Kindest regards, Zee & Team please text or email[masked] / [masked]

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  • [Radical Futures] Speed networking event at Eight Members Club

    Hi Future Rebels, About this Event please register for paid tickets here: https://bit.ly/2T6SMty If you fancy meeting other like minded professionals and business people in a cozy and elegant environment, with the option to sip very well priced drinks on a lovely terrace overlooking the City of London or from the comfort of large and welcoming sofas, then this event is for you! This venue was awarded The Best Private Members Club by London Lifestyle Award and for those who have been there already, it is not a surprise. However, it is not very often that they open their doors to the public and this event is also an opportunity not to be missed to visit the Club itself. Ideally located in the middle of the City (Liverpool Street, Old Street and Moorgate stations are all very close) Eight Club boasts elegant design and comfortable sofas (and plenty of them !) We have run this event few times in the past and people love it and love the venue with a good number of guests who attended in the past who regularly come back. On the last event a group of clients suggested to name this event, the "legendary get together at Eigh Club" and we embraced the suggestion and the spirit behind it ! This specific event is aimed at: Business people, entrepreneurs and anybody who want to promote their business and services, whether they are B2B or B2C Professionals who want to enlarge their network to increase the opportunities to progress in their career. Anybody else who may or may not recognize himself/herself in the above description and has got a desire to enlarge his/her social circle with like minded individuals This is the programme of the evening 7 pm onwards. We have a reserved area for the entire night, which will allow each guest to mix and mingle. This event is fully hosted, and the organizers will be on site to introduce and greet newcomers. And here comes the twist ! As soon as we have 20 guests, we will start the speed networking session. This has proved to be very popular in the past. We promise it will fun and allow you to know and connect with plenty of guests! The speed networking session is due to last 1 hour in total, with a couple of breaks in between. The abundance of sofas and seats in the venue lends itself to more 1to1 networking while the evening progresses. This event is run in conjunction with other groups of professionals. Guests who came to previous events held at this location appreciated the fact that they had an opportunity to visit this private member's club, the relaxed environment and the possibility to engage in conversations with other guests with no loud music in the background. It has also been noticed that the audience is always a good mix of people who come primarily to promote their business or make contacts for their career as well as those who join us mainly to meet new friends. Dress code is either business or office attire or smart casual, no T-shirts, no trainers. The address of the venue is Eight Club Moorgate 1 Dysart Street London EC2A 2BX

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  • Fun Business & Social Friday Networking in the City

    Eight Members Club

    Hi Film Rebels, If you fancy meeting other like minded professionals and business people in a cozy and elegant environment, with the option to sip very well priced drinks on a lovely terrace overlooking the City of London or from the comfort of large and welcoming sofas, then this event is for you! This is not a free entry event so please kindly buy your ticket here to attend: https://bit.ly/2INonjY This venue was awarded The Best Private Members Club by London Lifestyle Award and for those who have been there already, it is not a surprise. However, it is not very often that they open their doors to the public and this event is also an opportunity not to be missed to visit the Club itself. Ideally located in the middle of the City (Liverpool Street, Old Street and Moorgate stations are all very close) Eight Club boasts elegant design and comfortable sofas (and plenty of them !) We have run this event few times in the past and people love it and love the venue with a good number of guests who attended in the past who regularly come back. On the last event a group of clients suggested to name this event, the "legendary get together at Eigh Club" and we embraced the suggestion and the spirit behind it ! This specific event is aimed at Business people, entrepreneurs and anybody who want to promote their business and services, whether they are B2B or B2C Professionals who want to enlarge their network to increase the opportunities to progress in their career. Anybody else who may or may not recognize himself/herself in the above description and has got a desire to enlarge his/her social circle with like minded individuals This is the programme of the evening 7pm onwards. We have a reserved area for the entire night, which will allow each guest to mix and mingle. This event is fully hosted, and the organizers will be on site to introduce and greet newcomers. And here comes the twist ! As soon as we have 20 guests, we will start the speed networking session. This has proved to be very popular in the past. We promise it will fun and allow you to know and connect with plenty of guests! The speed networking session is due to last 1 hour in total, with a couple of breaks in between. The abundance of sofas and seats in the venue lends itself to more 1to1 networking while the evening progresses. This event is run in conjunction with other groups of professionals. Guests who came to previous events held at this location appreciated the fact that they had an opportunity to visit this private member's club, the relaxed environment and the possibility to engage in conversations with other guests with no loud music in the background. It has also been noticed that the audience is always a good mix of people who come primarily to promote their business or make contacts for their career as well as those who join us mainly to meet new friends. Dress code is either business or office attire or smart casual, no T-shirts, no trainers. The address of the venue is Eight Club Moorgate 1 Dysart Street London EC2A 2BX

  • h Club London Film Networking Christmas Party: Special Guests 12 Stone Toddler.

    Please ensure you reserve your space via this link:- https://www.thehospitalclub.com/events/view/12-12-18-film-networking-christmas-party/public/preview h Club London Film Networking are excited to announce its Christmas Party. Join us in The Oak Room for what promises to be a great festive gathering, as we party into the night with our special guests, 12 Stone Toddler, then DJ’s. The Brighton based band are pleased to announce their return to H Club for our party, for what is likely to be their last public show of the year. They will be performing tracks from their brand new album, ‘Idiolalia', alongside fan favourites from ‘Does It Scare You’ and ‘Scheming. All three albums will also be available for sale on the night, for some last minute Christmas presents! As always there will be lots of networking opportunities for new projects brewing in 2019. We look forward to welcoming you this December for a festively fun night out with some of the best of the film & music industry crowd .. Tickets via this link:- https://www.thehospitalclub.com/events/view/12-12-18-film-networking-christmas-party/public/preview 12 Stone Toddler rock. But remember when rock was anti-fashion, didn’t stay in neat little categories, represented deviation from the norm? Remember when rock plundered other genres and threw the bits into a hot cauldron? Remember when rock meant bands with nothing in common other than a liking for loud guitars, stomping beats, electric hooks? 12 Stone Toddler bring this ethic back into the modern world. A marriage of opposites, combining heady eclecticism with a love of the three minute wonder. All shiny and new, yet visited at night by the ghosts of 20th century music. Swaggering with the chutzpah of a naked child threatening to wedge a fork into the electrical socket, each twist and swivel brings a new reason to love this band. “Utterly original” - The Latest “Magnificently louche” - The Guardian “Brimming full of innovative ideas… comparisons with other artists merely highlight the shortcomings of stylistic labeling. This is organic music that refuses to be bound by genre” - Get Ready To Rock “Delightfully twisted” - XYZ

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  • h Club London Film Networking presents: The Blaine Brothers in Conversation.

    Please ensure you reserve your spaces via this link:- https://www.thehospitalclub.com/events/view/29-11-18-film-networking-presents-the-blaine-brothers-in-conversation/public/preview Hosted by Eric Blakeney, The h Club London Film Networking presents an interview with The Blaine Brothers. The interview will be followed by a Q&A, then networking. The Blaine Brothers (Ben and Chris) are an award winning Writing/Directing/Editing duo. TV credits include the series Marley’s Ghosts, Bad Education and The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, the TV movie Headspace and several short films. They are perhaps best known for their comedy horror feature Nina Forever (2015). Starring Sian Barry, Abigail Hardingham and Fiona O’Shaughnessy, this went onto win numerous nominations and 2 awards including Most Promising Newcomer award for Fiona O’Shaughnessy at the 2015 British Independent Film Awards, where Chris and Ben were also nominated for the Douglas Hickox award. It also won the Total Film Best Film award at Fright Fest 2015. Please confirm your spaces with H Club London via this link:- https://www.thehospitalclub.com/events/view/29-11-18-film-networking-presents-the-blaine-brothers-in-conversation/public/preview

  • The Lion, the Glitch & the Wardrobe

    Simulacra studio

    Hi Film Rebels! We've got an unusual event coming up called The Lion, the Glitch & the Wardrobe in Brixton, essentially Narnia meets The Matrix. We’d been doing immersive music nights of techno & eclectic sounds with a load of interactive performances by twisting familiar pop-culture themes. We’d been laying low and secret for a while, but now venturing out to the wider public. Heres the trailer https://vimeo.com/297102165 and some more glimpses of previous events http://malice-arts.com/ Imagine stepping into through a wardrobe entrance into an interactive world of a collision between Narnia & The Matrix with installations and immersive performances. There’ll be two dance floors, Matrix & Narnia, with 6 DJs playing techno/eclectic pop/funk/soul and of course an amazing visual & light show. Where to find us... What Pop-up theatrical immersive dance night Where Simulacra Studios, Brixton When this Fri & Sat, 23/24th November Time 21:00 till 04:00am Style PopUp, Immersive, Experiential, Techno, Electro, Eclectic Pop & Soul Price £24.00 - £36.00 Ticket Link: http://bit.ly/2z3oUGo And if you want to keep up with future events, join the secret Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MaliceArts/ See you all there... Kindest regards, Zee & Team

  • The Hospital Club Film Networking Presents: Driving Hollywood with Dylan Brody

    Introduced by Phil McCauley, The Hospital Club Film Networking presents Eric Blakeney interviewing American award winning playwright, humorist and author Dylan Brody. The interview will be followed by a Q&A, then networking. Tickets available via this link:- https://www.thehospitalclub.com/events/view/09-10-18-film-networking-presents-driving-hollywood-with-dylan-brody/public/ Dylan Brody An award winning playwright, humorist and author, Dylan Brody recently directed his first feature film, YOU ARE HERE – a dylan brody project, a microbudget art-house romantic comedy about name-recognition, the friction between art and commerce and the artistic nature of jokes. He contributes regularly to Huffington Post, Daily Kos and has appeared many times providing commentary for KPCC’s OFF RAMP. He has toured internationally with a solo show based on his award-winning special, Dylan Brody’s Driving Hollywood and is the first person his literary hero David Sedaris ever felt comfortable inviting to share his stage; Brody has performed with David in California cities from San Diego to Berkeley. Brody’s five CDs with Stand Up! Records, are available at Amazon.com and iTunes. In 2014 he put out a full length audio download called Dylan Goes Electric and an hourlong video special, both available through 'Roof Top Comedy'. Other specials currently stream at Revry.com, NextUp Comedy and Amazon Prime. His stories are heard nationwide on Sirius-XM Satellite Radio and he has built and delivered hours of interstitial audio content for Yahoo and CBS Interactive. Dylan Brody's Thinking Allowed, the first all story-telling show ever in the venue, enjoyed a successful six month run on the main stage at the Hollywood Improv. Brody’s work has been published in periodicals ranging from TSR’s Adventure Fantasy magazine, Dragon, to Harvard Press’ scientific humor magazine, Annals of Improbable Research and American Bystander, the new magazine of American humor. He has written for dozens of comedians, including Jay Leno, who has used Brody’s work in his monologues on NBC’s The Tonight Show. Tickets are on a first come first served basis and available via this link:- https://www.thehospitalclub.com/events/view/09-10-18-film-networking-presents-driving-hollywood-with-dylan-brody/public/

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  • The Hospital Club Film Networking Presents: A Summer Soiree

    **Please register for places via this link:- https://www.thehospitalclub.com/events/view/14-08-18-film-networking-presents-summer-soiree/public/ We are excited to be hosting a summer power networking evening for everyone. It will be an opportunity to discuss projects, share ideas and opportunities. Come and meet the Hospital Club Film Networking team, Producers, Directors, Actors, Writers, Composers, Musicians, Investors, Virtual Reality specialists and other creative professionals. Thank you to the Hospital Club who are partnering with us on our events. Please sign up via this link as you will need to apply for tickets/guest list and book as soon as possible as numbers are limited. (There will be a waiting list should the event reach capacity) https://www.thehospitalclub.com/events/view/14-08-18-film-networking-presents-summer-soiree/public/ We look forward to seeing you all there! Zee, Rob & Team

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  • The Hospital Club Film Networking Presents: Welcome to Jamaica Party!

    Hi all It's Jamaican party night at the club! The sound system concept first became popular in the 1940s, in the ghettos of Kingston. From reggae to dancehall, few countries are so defined by their music as Jamaica. So put on your dancing shoes, take a sip of rum and get ready to stay up until the small hours as we vibe with ex Stone Roses musician Robbie Jay Maddix band; B.R.O and a host of DJs Cool down with a special cocktail menu by Wray & Nephew, designed to transport you to balmy summer nights on the island. Trust us, this is a party you'll be talking about for weeks, months, even years to come! Please book your tickets via this link. Numbers are limited and strictly first-come-first served :) http://www.thehospitalclub.com/events/view/02-08-18-welcome-to-jamaica-1/public Look forward to seeing you there!! Zee, Rob and Team B.R.O (Black Rose Orchestra) Some called him the black rose. When ex Stone Roses musician Robbie Jay Maddix began collaborating with multi-instrumentalist Ste Simpson the resultant sound was nothing short of orchestral. In 2017 they released the single "Free my mind" exclusively through iTunes and at the same time joined the Floacist on her UK "Let it Flo" tour as members of her a band as well as being the opening act. Their roots are ever present in the music they play both of them being children of the Windrush generation with a deep connection to the island of Jamaica famous home of musicians Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer and Bob Marley amongst others. For this up coming show Robbie and Ste will be joined by several talented friends to play a mix of originals and well known songs any fan of reggae will instantly recognise. DJs on the Night PHRH | Website As well as running his own night Free Dlvry, PHRH (Pharaoh) is no stranger to night life. As tour DJ, he opened for influential artists such as Shakka and Paloma Faith. He is also resident at club nights such as Deviation & Work It. As a producer his remix of Rihanna’s BBHMM (under his TØMB moniker) was picked up by BBC Radio 1's DJ Annie Mac and received critical acclaim. A unique and sought after photographer, Pharaoh's work has appeared in GQ, Esquire and The Evening Standard. He has worked for prominent musicians (Joey Badass, Jessie J) and brands such as Nike, Footlocker and Gap. Lavan | Soundcloud A dedication to shedding light on underground music is why Lavan leaves a lasting impression on his listeners. With a deep commitment to music of the past and present, Lavan’s sets resemble a tangled knot of Soul, Hip-Hop, Deep House and Disco. His record collection is bound together with a focus on the quality and personality of the music he spins. DJ Kevin James 'Music is life and runs through my family, blessed with musicians and artists' - Kevin James Kevin James has been DJ’ing since 15, spinning in lots of local clubs most of the desirable night clubs in London (Ministry of Sound, Astoria, Hippodrome, Gas Club, Emporium) and in some of Europes favoured party destinations (Aiya Napa, Malia, Ibiza, Marbella) from 2000 - 2010 mixing the best in House, Jungle, Old Skool Garage, R&B, Hip Hop, 70’s & 80’s classics, Reggae, Dance and Pop

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