Rare Beasts + Recorded Q&A (15)

Running from
Last event: Thursday 3 June 2021 at 8pm
  • £9.50 (Members: £8.55)
    Aged Under 26: £7 (Members: £6.30)

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  • Cinema

Part of: Accessible Cinema Screenings

Details

Audio Description [AD] available

Directed by Billie Piper
Starring: Billie Piper, Leo Bill, Kerry Fox, Toby Woolff, David Thewlis, Lily James

Rare Beasts is the directorial debut by Billie Piper. It is a pitch black comedy about love and desire, and being a woman in the 21st Century.

Mandy (Billie Piper) is a modern woman in a crisis. Raising a son, Larch (Toby Woolf) in the midst of a female revolution, mining the pain of her parents’ separation and professionally writing about a love that no longer exists, she falls upon a troubled man, Pete (Leo Bill), who is searching for a sense of worth, belonging and ‘restored’ male identity.  

Each screening will feature a brief recorded introduction by Billie Piper and Caitlin Moran, and will be followed by a short Q&A hosted by Reclaim The Frame. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A note when you’re booking…
In order to maintain social distancing at Storyhouse, after you choose your seats the system will remove the seats next to you from sale so that you/your group will be distanced from other audience members.

Certificate:

15

Time details

Duration: 91 mins + recorded Q&A
There will be trailers & adverts before the screening (not included in duration)

Languages:

English

Content Guidance:

Contains flickering or flashing lights that may affect those with photosensitive epilepsy, Drug misuse, Strong sexual references, Very strong language

Reviews

A fully-formed director, a forcefully original writer and a brilliant performer – on the evidence of Rare Beasts, Ms Piper might be one of the most exciting big screen talents to emerge from the UK for some time
Rare Beasts is blunt, raw, and doesn't care if it makes you feel uncomfortable. And that's why you won't be able to stop thinking about it.