Kino is a not-for-profit, and completely unfunded, arts space.
We are committed to supporting DIY arts and grassroots activism, and aim
to work with promoters, groups, organisations, and individuals who share
the qualities, outlooks and values that are important to us.
The events side of Cafe Kino (as well as other areas of the co-op) rely
heavily on the voluntary time and effort given by our staff, who work
hard to bring you a programme that we are very proud of.
We are proud to be an all-ages venue. There are no age restrictions on
any events at Cafe Kino unless otherwise stated.
The main entrance to the cafe is step-free and on the ground floor. However,
most events take place in the basement area. Unfortunately, due to building
restrictions, this space is only accessible by
FRI 25 MAY 12
Soe'za + Motes
SOEZA have been doing their idiosyncratic thing for many a year now (since
1996), during which time, Beefheart/soul/English folk/krautrock/hardcore
and other sounds and influences have all been absorbed.
'The Soe'za sound? Eminently danceable, lyrically fascinating, melodically
charming, hard rocking in an angular yet graceful fashion. Sometimes crashing
bombastically, sometimes drifting languidly over intricate rhythms'.
- Gringo Records
MOTES play minimal rock with queasy undertones... a xylophone, guitars
and drums (un)power trio. Featuring members of Headfall and Line and Attacked