Nigredo Nights presents Witches’ Sabbath, a selection of films and discussions that will explore Witchcraft, Magical Traditions and Folklore on screen.
7pm - 10pm
£7 advance / 5£ concessions / £10 on the door
Two evenings of compelling stories and magical folklore that will explore beliefs and traditional witchcraft practices and get insight into the changing perceptions of witches.
Nigredo Nights brings together two uncanny, stylish and spell-binding films in which the world of ordinary folk meets the one of witchery and devils...
“Would thou like to live deliciously?”
Part 1 - 29th of October
7:15 Introductory talk.
7:30 - 9:00 Film screening The Witch (Robert Eggers, 2015)
9:15 In conversation with Christina Oakley Harrington
Part 2 - 31st of October
7:15 Introductory talk by Patricia MacCormack
7:30 - 9:30 Film screening November (Rainer Sarnet, 2017)
Christina Oakley Harrington, Wiccan priestess, founder and owner of Treadwell's esoteric bookshop in London and former lecturer in Medieval and Theological History at the University of Surrey.
Patricia MacCormack, Professor of Continental Philosophy in English and Media at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. She has published extensively on Deleuze, Guattari, Blanchot, Serres, Irigaray, queer theory, body modification, posthuman theory, animal rights and horror films.
Nigredo Nights is a London-based curated season of film screenings and discussions which explores the Occult on screen.
The screenings are in partnership with the National Film and Television School.