SATURDAY & SUNDAY, 12 & 13 June, 2-5pm
Our INTERNATIONAL CAMP FOR IMPROBABLE THINKING continues with a FREE weekend of activities, suitable for all ages.
On Saturday 12 June, join artist Emma Smith on a walking tour of Bourn Wysing's closest village - visiting forgotten places and learning about local myths and stories, including the story of how the sounds of trains running on Bourn's railway line often foretold the weather.
On Sunday 13 June, local puppeteer Paul Garofalo will perform shows inspired by the Bourn stories and myths, followed by a hands-on puppet workshop. Stay around and listen to local music group Acoustic Café who will host an unusual musical afternoon.
SATURDAY 12 June, 5.30-8pm
The second of Lars Bang Larsen's curated programme is the screening of the 1973 Polish film The Hourglass Sanatorium, directed by Wojciech Has; an adaptation of Bruno Schulz's story collection Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass. The film won the Jury Prize at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival and is considered a fascinating penetration of the human psyche. (Cert.15).
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