Clearspotting and Picturehouse at Fact present 'Twilight Zone', a night of film and improvised music. Improvised music collective 'Clearspotting' (Featuring musicians from Cavalier song, Vasco Da Gama and Magic Youth Club) present a night of spontaneous sonic interpretation of two feature episodes of Rod Sterling's innovative sci fi creation 'The Twilight Zone'. Episodes: - 'Where is Everybody?' Directed by Robert Stevens, Written by Rod Sterling. Original air date 2nd October 1959. - 'A Thing About Machines' Directed by David Orrick McDearmon, Written by Rod Sterling. Original air date 28th October 1960. In the setting of The Box (Picturehouses' own cinematic void) the event is free, however booking is essential. You can book your tickets at the Box Office in FACT or online.
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