Saint Etienne: How We Used to Live
With Elain Harwood, Charles Holland, Bob Stanley and Joe Kerr
Saint Etienne present their new film How We Used To Live, which captures a moment in London’s history – from the post-war rebuilding of London through to the onset of Thatcherism. Beautifully inhabiting London’s streets and buildings, this latest film features rare footage from the BFI archive, and a musical score by Pete Wiggs.
The film will be followed by a conversation between Elain Harwood, from English Heritage, Bob Stanley from Saint Etienne, architect Charles Holland and Joe Kerr, co-editor of London: From Punk to Blair and a bus driver at Tottenham garage.
11th June 2014, 7.30pm
Kings Place – London N1 9AG