A film documenting the London improv scene is screening at the East End Film Festival next month. With Stewart Lee in the interviewers chair, Taking The Dog For A Walk tracks the development of the scene from Derek Bailey to the present day, focusing on Hackney and the East End. The film is directed by Antoine Prum, who also wrote and directed the 2008 film Sunny's Time Now, which traces the history and legacy of drummer Sunny Murray.
The screening takes place at Dalston Rio Cinema, 24 June, 6pm. More details and ticket links here.