From 11-25 March, lots of our amazing shops and businesses are running special offers for £5 (or 5% or £500)! Here’s a list of all the offers running over the fortnight.
PLUS, The Pound is offering £5 tickets for various performances:
- FILM: Vortex (Cert 15), Tuesday 14 March, 7.30pm:
Vortex follows an elderly couple who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Both love and care for each other, but are grappling with the early stages of dementia. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone.
- COMEDY: Garrett Millerick, Friday 17 March, 8.00pm
The world’s angriest optimist returns for another bash at sorting out life’s inexplicable complications. A showcase of no holds barred stand-up comedy for people who like to keep things simple.
- FILM: Emily (Cert 15) Tuesday 21 March, 11.00am and 7.30pm
This film about Emily Bronte imagines the transformative, exhilarating, and uplifting journey to womanhood of a rebel and a misfit, one of the world’s most famous, enigmatic, and provocative writers who died too soon at the age of 30.
- SILENT FILM (with live piano accompaniment): I Was Born, But (Cert U) Friday 23 March, 7.30pm
A comedy gem from renowned Tokyo-born director Yasujirô Ozu, in which two young brothers throw a tantrum when they discover that their father isn’t the most important man in his workplace. This screening will be accompanied by a live musical score, performed by BFI Southbank’s resident pianist Meg Morley
- MUSIC: Brigid Mae Power, Friday 24 March, 7.30pm
Celebrated Irish singer songwriter Brigid Mae Power paints expansive songs that are effortless, hypnotic and folk-oriented. Power released her acclaimed third album Head Above The Water in Spring 2020. A coming of age opus and an aching beautiful body of work, Power’s songs are like an overhead lament.
And glass workshop company Hope Best Design is selling Mother’s Day gifts for £5 at Springfield Campus on 18 March, from 10am-1pm.