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Belfast Film And Comic Con

Stars from TV, film and comics will take part in panels and autograph sessions for fans of their cult works.

Odyssey Arena, Belfast

Sat 25 Oct

£8–£15; £28–£172.50 weekend (Children £5–£10) / 028 9073 9074

Film4 Frightfest

Horror movie festival running over five days. Opening with Adam Wingard's new film The Guest.

Prince Charles Cinema, London WC2H

Sat 25 Oct

020 7494 3654

Superhero Antics Drop In

After watching Antboy, join the DCA folks for some fun activities, including a 'spot the ant' treasure hunt, plus the chance to create a superhero or heroine mask.

Dundee Contemporary Arts

Sat 25 Oct

Free / 01382 909900

Part of Discovery Film Festival.

The Graeme Stephen Quartet: Nosferatu

Jazz guitarist Stephen leads his quartet through a live score to FW Murnau's 1922 horror classic German silent Nosferatu

Perth Concert Hall

Sat 25 Oct

Norie Miller Studio

£13 (£11; Children £11) / 01738 621031

In Conversation With Russell Brand

Russell Brand talks to the Guardian's Owen Jones.

Jersey Opera House

Sat 25 Oct

01534 511115

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Right Time, Wrong Speed: A Tribute To John Peel

Ken Kokkinos plays records from his own vinyl collection in tribute to the late DJ.

Ritzy Picturehouse, Brixton

Sat 25 Oct

Free / 0871 902 5739

Upstairs At The Ritzy, London SW2

Sat 25 Oct

Free / 0871 704 2065

Toy Story Animation Workshop

Learn the basics of stop-motion animation with Strong Island Media and create a story and an animated film.

Basingstoke Discovery Centre

Sat 25 Oct

£6 / 01256 478670

50 Things To Do Before You're 11¾: Go Bird Watching

See how many birds you can spot around the garden and parkland, including wrens, swans, kingfishers, woodpeckers and a tawny owl.

National Trust: Sheffield Park Garden, Uckfield

Sat 25 Oct

Free, plus admission £8.50, child £4.25, family £21.25 / 01825 790231

Black History Month

Educational, fun event.

Wellingborough Afro-Caribbean Association Centre

Sat 25 Oct

£3 (Children £2) / 01933 222095

Cerith Wyn Evans

A major solo show presenting a varied body of the artist's work Serpentine Sackler Gallery and a series of screenings curated by Cerith Wyn Evans at the Gate Cinema.

Serpentine Galleries, London W2

Sat 25 Oct

Free / 020 7402 6075

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The Droving Project

An exhibition informed by walking across an old drovers route in the uplands of South West Scotland. An historical investigation featuring photography, film, music and writing. Featuring Alice Myers, Stevie Whiteford, Nicholas Jenkins, Catrina Davies, Pete Smith and Gareth Griffiths.

Doon Valley Museum, Dalmellington

Sat 25 Oct

Free / 01292 550633

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Screening And Half Term Fun!

On Sat 25th Oct, it's time to phone home at Watershed, Bristol where ET and Elliot will be flying in for a rare screening of Spielberg's all time classic, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial at 1pm, followed by an afternoon of arts and technology activities.

Watershed, Bristol

Sat 25 Oct

£3.50 (Children £2.50) / 0117 927 6444 (general enquiries) / 0117 927 5100 (box office)

I See Infinite Distance Between Any Point And Another

Installation consisting of a film by the Otolith Group on Lebanese-American poet Etel Adnan, who is seen in her Paris apartment reading her poem Sea and Fog.

Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen

Sat 25 Oct

Free / 01224 639539

Laure Prouvost: Wantee

A film which celebrates the artist's fictional grandfather's connection with the refugee artist Kurt Schwitters, accompanied by an installation featuring possessions crafted the artist's true grandfather.

Museum Of Lakeland Life, Kendal

Sat 25 Oct

£5 / 01539 722464

Lucy Skaer

A drawing, a film and two wooden sculptures, influenced by the maverick English surrealist Leonora Carrington.

Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery, Glasgow

Sat 25 Oct

Free / 0141 330 4221

  • 10:00 – 17:00 Lucy Skaer Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery, Glasgow

Our Fathers

Babakas Theatre presents a performance which combines stand-up comedy, contemporary dance, video installation and scenes from the The Sopranos to explore modern day fatherhood.

The North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford

Sat 25 Oct

£13 (£11) / 01865 319450

Read Our Lips

A performance poetry workshop where you can learn to make a 'filmpoem' – a poem which incorporates visuals to expand its meaning. You'll need to take a sketchbook and pencil, a camera or camera-phone, and a laptop or tablet with basic editing software (iMovies, Windows Moviemaker).

The Witham, Barnard Castle

Sat 25 Oct

£4 / 01833 631107

William Hunt: Playing The Goat

New film work, commissioned by PEER, featuring the artist's most ambitious performance to date.

PEER, London N1

Sat 25 Oct

Free / 020 7739 8080

The X-Men Experience

If you've ever wondered what it would be like if adamantiun claws emerged from your knuckles unbidden, then you're in luck. Using the latest augmented reality technology, X-Men and ladies alike can see their hands 'transformed' into Wolverine like claws, shoot lightening bolts in the style of Storm or throw metal around…

The O2 Arena, London SE10

Sat 25 Oct

Free / 0844 856 0202