Bury Your Gays, a QTIPOC-centred collective, are hosting a free screening of Young Soul Rebels.
"The debut feature film from director Isaac Julien, Young Soul Rebels is a fascinating look at British culture in the late 1970s.
Young soul DJ Chris becomes implicated in a murder. The film is set in 1977, during the week of the Queen's Silver Jubilee. Together with his partner Caz, Chris, a young black London DJ, runs pirate radio station Soul Patrol from an East End garage. When a mutual friend is murdered whilst cruising in a London park, Chris is arrested for the murder."
Get in touch with Bury Your Gays here.
RHB 144 is located on the ground floor of the Richard Hoggart Building and has step free access. There is an accessible and gender neutral toilet nearby. Please request subtitles if you require them.
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