An evening celebrating Frida Kahlo in the historic Stretford Public Hall: a screening of Julie Taymor's iconic film with an introduction from a Frieda expert, Mexican food, drink and music.
Biopic of the bold and controversial life of artist Frida Kahlo. Set in Mexico City, this visually evocative film traces her lifelong, tempestuous relationship with her mentor, along with her illicit affairs with Trotsky and various women. Her forward-thinking artistic, political and sexual attitudes are explored as we witness a hard-drinking, passionate woman of the early 1900s, which earned an Oscar nomination for Salma Hayek.
Frida © 2002 Miramax
Hot food ,snacks and drinks will be on sale- bringing your own will not be permitted.
Money raised through this screening goes towards running further activities at the hall
£5 Advance - Available here
£7 On the Door - Subject to availability
Manchester M32 0LG
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