Hustle Cinematic (1): Black Speculative
Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham on Saturday 29th Jan 2022 6:30pm

General Admission

£11.00 inc. booking fee

£10.00 face value

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18+

Maximum of 6 tickets

Hustle Cinematic presents 'Black Speculative'.
A fantasy, speculative fiction and afro-futuristic themed secret immersive film screening.
Introduced by Kemi Alemoru, interactive visuals from Kim Thompson and live music from DJ NikNak and Benjamin Luhis.


Hustle Cinematic is a series of film screening events incorporating multiple artforms and live performance, as part of The Hustle Collective (Hockley Hustle).
Bringing together audiences to embrace the communality of experience, diverse perspectives and the transformative nature of cinema.
Film as a glorious art form, an immersive experience and as a vehicle for social change.

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Facilities

Venue Address

  • Weekday Cross
    Nottingham
    UK
    NG12GB

Venue Information

  • The Nottingham Contemporary is one of the best connected art centres in the country with links to all major transport routes. The gallery is next to the Lace Market Tram Stop, five minutes from Nottingham Rail Station and the Green NCT bus routes and is only a few minutes walk from the city centre and Broadmarsh Shopping Centre. It's one of the country's easiest galleries to get to. You can't miss the green and gold building opposite the Weekday Cross monument.

Venue Accessibility Information

  • We welcome all visitors. We have an accessible building with lift access on all floors. We have two disabled toilets, including a Changing Places toilet with a changing bed.
    If you have access requirements and would like to discuss how we can support and ensure your visit is pleasurable, please do get in touch.
    If you are a wheelchair user, we would like you to get in touch, as we have limited capacity and want to ensure we can accommodate.

    Nottingham Contemporary is fully accessible for visitors with disabilities from the main entrance on Weekday Cross. The main gallery, small collections room and shop are all on street level with access to the Cafe.Bar.Contemporary and The Space available via an internal lift.