The programme for our conference ‘Fifty Years Of A Clockwork Orange‘ has been finalised. Join us for what promises to be three horrorshow days of talks, lectures, debates, music and films. Here are some of the highlights.
Wednesday 27 June: pre-registration and a welcome event, followed by a screening of the documentary Once Upon A Time… A Clockwork Orange (Antoine de Gaudemar, 2011) at Cornerhouse.
Thursday 28 June: papers and discussion focussing on the novel A Clockwork Orange, with a keynote speech from Kevin Jackson, writer and director of the documentary film Burgess At Seventy. Followed in the evening by a wine reception and a chamber concert including the UK premiere of Anthony Burgess’s music for A Clockwork Orange.
Friday 29 June: papers and discussion of the impact on culture and society of A Clockwork Orange, including a keynote speech on Nadsat and teenage slang by Jonathon Green, editor of Chambers Slang Dictionary. Followed by a special screening of A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick, 1971) at Cornerhouse.
Saturday 30 June: papers and discussion on the stage and film versions of A Clockwork Orange, including keynote speeches from Richard Daniels, director of the Stanley Kubrick Archive, and Peter Kramer, author of A Clockwork Orange (Controversies) for the BFI. Followed by a rare screening of Vinyl (Andy Warhol, 1965) at Cornerhouse.
Tickets are only £70 (£40 concessions, day tickets £25), including lunches. Book online here or contact us on 0161 235 0776 and email@example.com for more information.