Biopic based on the autobiography of Jimmy Boyle, the notorious former gangster from the Gorbals in Glasgow who was reputed to be Scotland’s most violent man. Boyle turned to art during his incarceration at Barlinnie prison where the Special Unit he was admitted to placed an emphasis on rehabilitation, and after his release Boyle became a sculptor and novelist.
Please note attendees must be over 18. Booking essential due to limited spaces.
Directed by John Mackenzie
Screenings start at 6pm (doors open 5.45pm)
Situated at the heart of the University of Hull campus, the Brynmor Jones Library provides extensive services to both the students and people of Hull. Facilities include a café with quality barista coffee, an exhibition hall that is home to temporary exhibitions, an art gallery showcasing the University’s outstanding collection of British art and an observatory offering stunning views of the campus.
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