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'What's Eating Coventry?' FILM

23 Apr 2018

'What's Eating Coventry?' film screening Register to attend this event here.

The Midlands Chapter of the Landworkers' Alliance and the Coventry Men's Shed group are collaborating with Five Acre Community Farm in Ryton and the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience at Coventry University to show two films in Coventry over the next two months which they wish to use to initiate discussion on pressing local and national food issues.

The second film is called What's Eating Coventry and is produced by Coventry Men’s Shed. The film creatively explores the issue of poverty, social justice and how people are eating in the city of Coventry.

It also steps back and asks bigger questions about “What’s Eating Coventry” where the video makers link the problems in Coventry to issues related to austerity and exploitation. The film explores some of the ways that communities are responding to the issue of hunger and food poverty, offering new insights and hope for the future.

Register to attend this event here: https://coventry.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/film-whats-eating-coventry

We will be providing refreshments for the evening so if you have any dietary requirements please contact Layla Riches: aa9853@coventry.ac.uk

Time: 18:30 - 22:00

Location: Rose Community Centre Hope St, Coventry, CV1 3LH

Cost: Free

Happening Today, 23 Apr 2018
New Art West Midlands

Location: Coventry - Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Jordan Well, Coventry City Centre, CV1 5QP

Time: 10:00 - 16:00

Cost: Free Entry

New Art West Midlands opens February 2018, celebrating and showcasing extraordinary works from some of the region’s most exciting emerging artists.

The exhibition includes new large-scale installations, sculpture, photography, video, animation, paintings and digital artworks, exploring themes of identity, artificial intelligence, blurred reality and more.

Traditional New Orleans Jazz

Location: Ansty Club Grove Road Ansty Warwickshire CV7 9JD

Time: 20:00 - 22:30

Cost: £5

: The Tierra Buena Traditional Jazz Band has been entertaining crowds in and around Coventry every Monday night since 1958. Come and listen to this well known venerable institution.

Some members of the band have been playing from the start but are undimmed in their enthusiasm. Their unsurpassed repertoire contains tunes old and new, happy and blue, well-known and rare, played and sung.

 

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