September 2015

Social Cinematic PartnershipSeptember 3, 2015

Announcing Social Cinema and The Boileroom cinematic partnership: Inspired by the 1930’s super cinema, when movie theatres acted as central meeting place and cinemagoers came together to be captivated by the on screen journey.
Leave your modern day stresses behind, lose yourself in a film; taking refuge for an entire afternoon or evening in warm surroundings Meet diverse like-minded people and have fun with film.

Join us and enjoy movies with meaning, social discussions and be part of a community of film thinkers who embrace diversity and opinions. Here at the Boileroom we are keen to work with like minded people who want to challenge us and our audience, our What is Your Activism group and the social community groups are going from strength to strength, we believe people want more than just the standard night out, they want to discuss, debate and be inspired. The Boileroom welcomes  SoCiMa Cinema.

We (the Boileroom) are really excited about this socialised cinema project, as you know were big on social issues which highlight the hidden truths and we feel that SoCiMa Cinema share our ethos and echo our sentiments, so this is why we’re really excited to be partnering with them to bring you a socialised cinema experience.

This partnership is to infuse your minds to look at the issues brought to life through films / documentaries. We really want you to be a part of this cinematic renaissance a break from the norm of modern day cinemas (you know the sit, watch and leave unsocial experience) so join a new socially mined thought provoking cinematic movement. To quote SoCiMa “You Are Social, You Are Cinema”. We are both looking forward to bringing you emotional movies & documentaries.

http://www.socima.org.uk/cinema

 

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What’s in the happen? / SeptemberSeptember 1, 2015

This month, the Boileroom celebrate their 9th Birthday, filled with festivities – plenty to take your fancy!

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9th September, we welcome young duo act, Dolomite Minor. Having recently released their ‘GOLD’ EP, the grunge rockers are sure to serve some sweet, sleazy rock’n’roll. There’s no doubt that you will find yourself head banging along to these guys. Tickets are on sale now, available here.

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“One of Britain’s most consistently accomplished songwriters”, Boo Hewerdine (The Bible) comes to town on Saturday 12th September promising an evening quenched with heart-filled songs. Be sure to get your tickets soon, available here.

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14th September marks the start of The Boileroom’s week of birthday bonanzas! Hitting it off on the Monday, we have The Josh Martin Band launching their single ‘Friends For Dinner’. Tuesday, The Project (Boileroom youth programme) are partnering up with ‘Get Rocking’ (external mature music programme) and will be fighting it out for a Battle of the Bands. Wednesday, The Boileroom introduce a new evening of music ‘Sisters of Surrey’, a series of gigs bringing highlight to local female fronted acts.  Thursday, we present to you a diy evening celebrating local labels, Super Fan 99 and Newfangled with performances from Homebound and Swim Good. Friday offers the ultimate effervescent indie lineup with headliners Crushed Beaks, and support coming from the very finest of our local scene – Vinyl Staircase and Laguna. Saturday 19th, we are truly going to be raising the roof, kicking off the day with Punk Rock Yoga, then in the evening we have Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick at The Holy Trinity. Back at the venue we are holding a huge party in ovation of The Boileroom’s 9 years. Bringing the week to a close, Sunday, new collective, The Practitioners – a supportive networking group for creative start-up businesses, entrepreneurs, and practitioners to share tips, discuss ideas, collaborate, and innovate! It’s going to be an absolute blast!

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On Monday 28th, ‘one to watch’, Rat Boy brings his grace to the Boileroom stage, praised by the likes of NME, Radio 1, Xfm and more. For lovers of Jamie T and Joe Strummer, this is certainly not one to miss. Rat Boy earlier this month released single ‘FAKE ID’, catch them at The Boileroom later this month, tickets available here.