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Summary

Dir William Fairman, Max Gogarty | 2015 | UK | 83 mins | Cert 18

Offering unprecedented access, CHEMSEX is a brave and unflinching journey in to the dark underworld of modern, urban gay life.

In hidden basements, bedrooms and bars across London, CHEMSEX is a documentary that exposes frankly and intimately a dark side to modern gay life. Traversing an underworld of intravenous drug use and weekend-long sex parties, “Chemsex” tells the story of several men struggling to make it out of ‘the scene’ alive – and one health worker who has made it his mission to save them. While society looks the other way, this powerful and unflinching film uncovers a group of men battling with HIV, drug addiction and finding acceptance in a changing world.

Hull Independent Cinema and Where Are We Now? partner on several screenings in advance of the festival, taking place 2-4 June.

Tickets for this showing are unreserved seating – seat choice is first come, first served, upon doors opening. Doors to the screening room will open around 10-15 minutes before the performance starts.

 

Where Are We Now? will be a summer festival like no other: a gathering of time-served trouble-makers, spoken word rebels, artistic mavericks and left-field music pioneers. We’ll be converging on the city of Hull to ask of today’s counter-culture the soaring, searching question with which David Bowie kissed us goodbye.

Date Time Price  
Sat 27 May 7.00pm £6 - £7  

Venue

94 Alfred Gelder Street
Hull
HU1 2AN
01482 317941

http://www.kardomah94.com/

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  • Accessible Toilets
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  • Wheelchair Access

Opening times

Monday 10am-4pm
Tuesday 10am-10pm
Wednesday 10am-10pm
Thursday 10am-10pm
Friday 10am-11am
Saturday 10am-11am
Sunday Closed