How a beacon of the American Dream turned into a dystopian post-industrial citySt Clement’s in East London is getting a Dickensian makeover complete with Christmas tree, comfy armchairs, and an array of cultural spectacles. Tonight they're screening Julien Temple’s documentary, Requiem for Detroit, which is hopeful for America’s once fourth largest city. Greenery grows in the cracks of office buildings and dog fighting is one of the main pastimes. But there is a bright spot on the horizon as farming returns to the city, with young people flocking to help in one of the fastest growing urban agricultural movements in the US.
Best available seating. Over 18s only. Includes Q&A with director Julien Temple.