The Victoria is charming theatre pub with tons of character that dates back to the late nineteenth century.
Unfortunately, there is no wheelchair access to the upper room in the Victoria.
Did You Know… Legend has it that The Victoria has a resident ghost – but it must enjoy the quirky atmosphere because it never causes a scene! They also host a very popular Sound & Vision quiz every week.
Cert (12)* Take a mashup of images historically specific to the 21st century, bring them into direct relation with John Berger’s 1972 critique of western art traditions (see Ways of Seeing), and with no cut corners you have Ways of Something. Conceiving this intergenerational commingling was Canadian artist and curator Lorna Mills, who incentivised 114 […]
Cert (18) * Entering the crazy psyche of deviant filmmakers, these twisted shorts feature comedian Brett Gelman and his radical therapy methods (Dinner with Family with Brett Gelman and Brett Gelman’s Family), Charlie Lyne’s insight into horror-filmmaking with Copycat, and a psychiatric patient obsessed with stories about fairground freaks and cursed musicians (The Golden Legend). […]
Cert (15)* The most unclassifiable animated films are gathered in this selection for adventurous spirits. Flatpack friends Richard Edkins (Snail Party (Wah!)), Laura Harrison (Little Red Giant, the Monster that I Was) and Matt Reynolds (Hot Dog Hands) return to the festival with their new oddities, while new names from Estonia, Iran and… Birmingham (Paul […]