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Muxima Screens: Beautiful Losers (art & music) – 7th August

Join us on Sunday 7th August at 6pm for the screening of Beautiful Losers (Art & Music). Filmmaker Aaron Rose celebrates the independent spirit of D.I.Y. (do-it-yourself) culture in this documentary detailing how a group of like-minded American artists emerged from the underground in the early 1990s. Storyline The greatest cultural accomplishments in history have […]

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Muxima Live Sessions: Turbo Tama – 16th July

We’re delighted to welcome back Turbo Tama for a night of classic, feel good reggae beats on the 16th July. Turbo Tama is soulful reggae band local to Bow. Together they’ve created a unique style of reggae for all, old and young alike. They will share with you an evening of easy listening, soulful grooves, […]

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Photographic Exhibition: David Hoffman – 14th July

Join us for the opening of Photographic Exhibition by David Hoffman on 14th July at 8pm. Working independently as a photographer and specialising in social issues since the 1970s, Hoffman focused on documenting the increasingly overt control that the state exerts on our lives. Racial and social conflict, policing, homelessness, drugs, poverty and social exclusion, […]

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Muxima Live Sessions: Mirko & Yve – 8th July

Mirko and Yve are back at Muxima on Friday 8th July! Mirko and Yve continues the tradition of jazz music combining the beautiful sounds from late masters, contemporary greats and of course their own humble compositions. Evoking smooth and sultry passion into their work, Mirko and Yve enjoys playing for lovers, wandering souls and listening […]

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Muxima Screens: Man on Wire, 3rd July 6pm

Muxima Screens is back on the first Sunday of the month. Each month we will be screening an art documentary as a part of laid back Sunday’s. Sunday 3rd July we will be screening ‘Man on Wire’ (Circus). 6-8pm Man on Wire is a 2008 Oscar winning British documentary film directed by James Marsh. The […]

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