We hope you enjoyed our October festival.
The terror of Mayhem will stay with us forever.
We hope you enjoyed our March festival as much as we did.
bang! recently provided a regionally themed programme for the re-opening of s Old Market Square in Feb., read and hear about it at the B.B.C. Website
We're providing production assistance to The Friends of Northern Uganda for The Running Water charity.
We enjoyed our Game City screening
Writeup for the August bang!.
bang! short film festival
Submissions are now closed
Mayhem screenings of Shorts from up and coming filmmakers from the region and beyond!
Special Screening of new Brit Horror WILDERNESS at 9pm.
Late Bar at Broadway til 12am and later, reduced price drinks for all attending Mayhem at Muse on Broad Street where the shorts will be screened again, plus DJ!
We've got a great selection of the weird, wonderful and bizarre from the region's hottest horror directors.
Joe Atom and Magic Dan deliver the most warped promo you'll see, Steve Shiel will have all eye-horror fans squirming in their seats with his grim, Edgar Allan Poe tinged Through A Vulture Eye, Andy Brand delivers shocks galore in his haunting little tale End in Tears, The Turrell Twins are back with a crazy epic of affable psychopathic tendancies, The Weight, Nathan Hughes sends one man on a nightmare journey in Terminal, you can't escape from hell in the twisted Strix and there are so many, many more shorts to make you shudder.
We will keep you posted on news as it comes in, but these terrifying slices of terror and a feature film first with the grim and grissly feature Wilderness should make for a great night out... but keep hold of your tickets and join us all at Muse til 2.00am for special offers on drinks, DJ and a chance to have your retinas burnt by our collection of short, sharp, shocks projected upstairs at one of s hottest new venues.Cafe Bar / Screen Two 7pm
May 28th 2006 at Broadway