The Bicycle Film Festival returns to London 17-21 October for five days of film, art, parties, events and music to celebrate the bicycle.
Now in its seventh year, the film program this year features shorts from around the world, including acclaimed documentaries Klunkerz, a documentary of the modern mountain bike, and an examination of the emerging bike movement from director Lucas Brunelle.
Sponsors CycleSurgery will be providing a free valet bicycle parking service for all screenings.
All films will be screened at:
35-47 Bethnal Green Road
London E1 6LA
Tickets for all shows are now on sale. Previous years have sold out so you will need to book your tickets in advance. Order your tickets for all screenings by phone 020 7613 7498 through the Rich Mix Box Office. Admission price per program is £7 or you can purchase a Festival Pass for £21.
There will be after parties each night of the Festival with live music from Joana & The Wolf, Nic Nell, Popular Workshop, The Steers, Daisy Heartbreaker and lots of other special guests.
Sunday will be a Bicycle Polo tournament. Nominations for teams are still being taken.
The gallery exhibition ‘Joy Ride’ will be free through the Festival.
For full details on art gallery showings, film screening times and all other events during the Festival, click here.
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