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The Lighthouse Late

A fabulous celebration of fashion, design, music and cinema sprawling across all five floors of the Lighthouse. Hotly tipped Scottish trio Prides perform a stripped-back set, while up-and-coming popster KLOË provides the upbeat sounds. Plus, Man of Moon tout their psychedelic, groove-infused blues, Kill the Waves have…

The Lighthouse, Glasgow

Fri 29 May

£15 / 0141 276 5365

Glasgow Comic Con

Indulge your love of all things graphic at this fiesta of films, comics and fandoms. There's also book dealers, toy sellers, indie comic publishers and comic creators – everything your comic-loving heart desires. Special guests include John Higgins, David Lloyd, Mark Millar, Sean Phillips, Cameron Stewart, John Wagner…

The Art School, Glasgow

Sat 4 Jul

£15–£20; VIP £60 (£10–£15; Children £6–£10; Family £37–£50) / 0141 352 4900

The Creators Hub

Sun 5 Jul

£15–£20; VIP £60 (£10–£15; Children £6–£10; Family £37–£50) / 0141 352 4900

The Creators Hub

CCA, Glasgow

Sat 4 Jul

£15–£20; VIP £60 (£10–£15; Children £6–£10; Family £37–£50) / 0141 352 4900

The Central Hub

Sun 5 Jul

£15–£20; VIP £60 (£10–£15; Children £6–£10; Family £37–£50) / 0141 352 4900

The Central Hub

Renfield St Stephen's Church, Glasgow

Sat 4 Jul

Renfield Centre

£15–£20; VIP £60 (£10–£15; Children £6–£10; Family £37–£50) / 0141 352 4900

Cosplay Hub (Sat only)

San Francisco Opera: Show Boat

San Francisco Opera present a musical in two acts, with music by Jerome Kern and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.

Cinema City, Norwich

Sun 24 May

0871 902 5724

Connaught Theatre, Worthing

Tue 26 May

01903 206206

Harbour Lights Picturehouse, Southampton

Sun 24 May

0871 902 5733

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48 Hour Film Project

Scotland's most popular filmmaking event, having inspired the creation of over 200 new Scottish shorts in the past five years. Participants are given a character, prop and line of dialogue, and have 48 hours to make a film, start to finish. All films are professionally screened, and the winning filmmaker wins a trip to…

Cameo Cinema, Edinburgh

Thu 28 May

0871 902 5723

Brockley Max - South East London's Biggest Community Arts Festival

Nine days of entertainment at Brockley Max in and around SE4. This fun-filled festival is packed with events including gigs, comedy, film, art, cabaret and kids activities, quizzes, walks and workshops. Most events are free.

Brockley Jack Station Garden, London SE4

Fri 29 May

Free / 07971 082224

Sat 30 May

Free / 07971 082224

Sun 31 May

Free / 07971 082224

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Edinburgh College of Art Degree Show 2015

New work by more than 400 students of art, design, architecture and landscape architecture.

Edinburgh College of Art

Sat 30 May

Free / 0131 221 6000

Sun 31 May

Free / 0131 221 6000

Mon 1 Jun

Free / 0131 221 6000

…and 6 more dates until 7 Jun

Sofi's Monday Movie Club

Weekly screenings of popular classics. Free popcorn all round.

Sofi's, Edinburgh

Mon 25 May

0131 555 7019

Mon 1 Jun

0131 555 7019

Mon 8 Jun

0131 555 7019

…and 29 more dates until 28 Dec

Alien Lullabies

Musician Fiona Soe Paing combines electronica with 3D animation and live vocals to form a unique cinematic experience.

Summerhall, Edinburgh

Wed 12 Aug

Prices to be confirmed / 0131 560 1581

Part of Fringe.

Thu 13 Aug

Prices to be confirmed / 0131 560 1581

Part of Fringe.

Fri 14 Aug

Prices to be confirmed / 0131 560 1581

Part of Fringe.

…and 7 more dates until 23 Aug

Elvis Presley Film Society

A screening of a handful of the swivel-hipped one's 30-plus films.

O'Neill's, Glasgow

Sun 24 May

£5 / 0141 552 0822

Screenings of Elvis … The Performer Vol 7 – A Celluloid Selection, one song from every Elvis movie from 1956–200; Elvis on stage in Omaha, Nebraska on 1 Jul 1974 – almost a complete show in very good quality; documentary material to be confirmed.

The Gift of Fire

Cheli Elias' historical romance about a young woman forced to flee her home in 15th century Spain when the Inquisition catches up with her.

JW3, London NW3

Fri 19 Jun

020 7433 8988

Part of Seret.

Odeon Swiss Cottage, London NW3

Wed 17 Jun

0871 224 4007

A women-only screening. Part of Seret.

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Globe On Screen: The Duchess Of Malfi

The widowed Duchess of Malfi longs to marry her lover, the steward Antonio. But her rancorous brothers, Ferdinand and the Cardinal, are implacably opposed to the match. When their spy, Bosola, discovers that the Duchess has secretly married and carries Antonio’s child, they exact a terrible and horrific revenge. The…

Red Carpet Cinema, Barton under Needwood

Thu 11 Jun

01283 716257

Regal Movieplex, Cromer

Tue 7 Jul

01263 510151

John Wilson & the John Wilson Orchestra

  • Directed by: John Wilson (cond)

John Wilson's orchestra celebrates the history of Hollywood from the dawn of the talkies right through to the 60s.

Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Mon 9 Nov

£41–£46 / 0844 907 9000

Brighton Dome

Sat 7 Nov

£41–£46 / 01273 709709

Colston Hall, Bristol

Sun 15 Nov

£40–£45 / 0117 922 3686

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Liverpool Sound City

A weekend festival of music, film and creative technology held in Liverpool's Bramley Moore Dock.

Bramley-Moore Dock, Liverpool

Sat 23 May

£38.50

Sun 24 May

£38.50

Matchbox Cineclub

A monthly film night screening unusual films including cult movies, banned releases and some that are just plain weird.

The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow

Thu 18 Jun

Free / 0141 222 2254

Thu 16 Jul

Free / 0141 222 2254

Thu 20 Aug

Free / 0141 222 2254

…and 4 more dates until 17 Dec

Phil Collins: Tomorrow Is Always Too Long

Film project commissioned by the Common Guild and created using the private photographs and personal stories of Glaswegians, with music from Cate LeBon, Mogwai’s Barry Burns, Golden Teacher and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.

Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

Fri 10 Jul

Free / 0141 287 3050

Part of Moving Image Season.

Sat 11 Jul

Free / 0141 287 3050

Part of Moving Image Season.

Sun 12 Jul

Free / 0141 287 3050

Part of Moving Image Season.

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Sci-Fi London: Shorts

A programme of shorts from the Sci-Fi London series.

BFI Southbank, London SE1

Fri 29 May

020 7928 3232

Sun 31 May

020 7928 3232

Stratford East Picturehouse, London E15

Sun 31 May

0871 902 5740

Mon 1 Jun

0871 902 5740

Tue 2 Jun

0871 902 5740

…and 4 more dates until 7 Jun

Attfield Theatre, Oswestry

Wed 27 May

01691 680222

No6 Cinema, Portsmouth

Thu 28 May

07435 029408

‘The Sound Of Music’ - 50th Anniversary Extravaganza

Yes – it’s now fifty years since the hills first came alive to The Sound of Music. Come and experience again this newly remastered version of the film, making it look as if it was produced yesterday. Make a night of it by dressing up in your Tyrolean outfits and singing along to all the old favourites.

Deeside CEC Theatre, Aboyne

Tue 4 Aug

£5–£7 / 01339 886222

Sunday Salon Matinees

A series of cabaret style events presided over by Marc Baines and Rob Churm. Expect film, performance, projections and musical interludes.

The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow

Sun 24 May

donations for performers / 0141 222 2254

Robert Altman and Jane Elliot.

Sun 7 Jun

donations for performers / 0141 222 2254

William Klein and Gilbert Hernandez.

Sun 14 Jun

donations for perfromers / 0141 222 2254

Elkin + Gummy Stumps / Cattle & Richards / Jones

Sun 21 Jun

donations for performers / 0141 222 2254

Smog Monster / Tanaami / DAM artists

The Tyburnia Tour

Interactive film screening exploring an alternative history of the UK. Featuring live soundtrack and Q&A with local historians.

Apiary Studios, London E2

Fri 29 May

£10 / 020 7033 6806

Carpenters Arms, London W1H

Wed 27 May

Free

Castle End Mission, Cambridge

Sun 7 Jun

£7.50

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Utopia: From Aberdeen to Afghanistan

Join producer Chris Robb and director Hassan Nazer as they present a special screening of their film Utopia and provide insight from behind the scenes.  The film tells the story of Janan, a woman from Afghanistan who travels to the UK for artificial insemination. Complications arise when she discovers the donor has…

Regent Building, Aberdeen

Sat 30 May

Regent Lecture Theatre

£3 (Concessions £3)

Part of May Festival 2015.

Wish 143

A screening of 'Wish 143', an Oscar nominated short film about a terminally ill young man whose wish before he dies is to have sex. Followed by a panel Q&A featuring the film's writer and lead actor as well as researchers working on teenage cancers. Refreshments will be provided.

Beatson Institute for Cancer Research, Glasgow

Sat 13 Jun

Free

13+ Part of Glasgow Science Festival.

WOW Project Footage

Footage shot over two years, which shows the diversity of woodland and wetland animals.

Castle Semple Visitor Centre, Lochwinnoch

Sat 23 May

Free / 01505 842 882

Part of Scotland's Nature Festival.

Sun 24 May

Free / 01505 842 882

Part of Scotland's Nature Festival.

Mon 25 May

Free / 01505 842 882

Part of Scotland's Nature Festival.

…and 6 more dates until 31 May

A Beautiful Living Thing

Film by Ross Birrell about the aftermath of the 2014 fire in the Glasgow School of Art.

RIBA, London W1B

Sat 23 May

£5 / 020 7580 5533