There’s a new pop-up cinema launching in Canton next week that you simply knead to go to!

Dusty Knuckle is bringing a delicious night of woodfired pizzas and thought-provoking screenings to The Printhaus.

Dusty Knuckle in association with Net-Teach are hosting an exclusive season of thought-provoking and educational viewings at The Printhaus on Llandaff Road.

The first film screening in the series will take place on Friday April 13th with We Are Many – the remarkable story of the biggest protest in history, and how it changed the world.

The star-studded list of contributors to this documentary about protests against the Iraq War includes Danny Glover, Prof. Noam Chomsky, musicians Brian Eno and Damon Albarn, and Richard Branson.

The film has previously won a clutch of awards at independent film festivals and has been applauded by critics all over the world.

Tickets to the screening are priced at £10 which includes blankets and hot water bottles (if it’s chilly) and a chance to submit questions via email to the film’s director Amir Amirani after the event – he has promised to respond personally to every one.

The usual food & drinks menu from Dusty Knuckle will be available to purchase separately on the night.

 

Tickets for this event can be purchased on the wriggle website