Q+A with Jenny Spires as part of the fiftieth anniversary of the screening of Peter Whitehead's Tonite Let's All Make Love in London' (1967) at the Phoenix Cinema, Leicester, 3rd March

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2017-03-03

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Following a fiftieth-anniversary screening of Peter Whitehead’s seminal documentary, 'Tonight Let’s All Make Love in London' (1967) at the Phoenix Cinema in Leicester as part of its advertised public programme, Alissa Clarke introduced and co-interviewed key countercultural figure, Jenny Spires, who was influential on the making of the film. Approximately 75 people attended the event.

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Steve Chibnall (DMU and CATH) was the co-host for the Q&A

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Peter Whitehead, 1960s, Swinging London, Psychedelic Cinema

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Clarke, A. (2017) Q+A with Jenny Spires as part of the fiftieth anniversary of the screening of Peter Whitehead's Tonite Let's All Make Love in London' (1967) at the Phoenix Cinema, Leicester, 3rd March

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Cinema and Television History Institute (CATHI)
Institute of Drama, Dance and Performance Studies