Channelling our best The Cure/ Placebo/ Republica playlist we regressed back to our childhoods for our nineties inspired theme bar: The Amy Grimehouse Team put on a trashtastic night where you could Hex your Ex and dance supercamp cabaret before taking your seats to watch a screening of “The Craft”. Needless to say cocktails were mandatory and served, we like to think, with plenty of grunge attitude and space raider crisps of course!
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Next Saturday, Amy Grimehouse- East London’s favourite concept cinema sensation are screening “The Craft” at Sutton house – a Tudor Manor House in Hackney
We couldn’t help but get involved, so we are running a occult themed cocktail bar. Where we will be selling potions to punters.
The new Prada Candy commercial- is parfait. There are three bijoux little french films about the oh-so flighty Lea Seydoux and the plight of being caught at the centre of a fabulously French Ménage à trois.
I liked their last campaign but obviously Wes Anderson added a touch of his own style and made me want to buy the perfume. It’s on my wishlist and I don’t even like it.
Today was the dress rehearsal for the latest Future Cinema. This production of the Shawshank Redemption which ran over from Secret Cinema’s last endeavour is something I was working on throughout Autumn. I did an installation for them and ended up performing and now I’m back for the next run with my flatmates. It’s a fun bunch of people and they are an awesome company to work for- and I get to pretend I’m an actress. Though this is far from the truth it is all too easy to fall into the role of a medical professional from the deep South.
This being said, I have blue hair and am playing the part of a 1950s nurse. So I had quite a lot of fun this afternoon trying to remedy the problem by picking out a suitable wig from Dalston High Street… I bought a proper Dolly Parton wig, big, blonde and bouncy. I may look a bit ridiculous but I fell slightly in love with having some long flowing locks.