Wilhelmina’s DelicatessenDelicatessen started in september 2009 as a shop for art, books, clothes and records and hosted art exhibitions, organised small cultural events such as special movie screenings, acoustic performances, spoken word performances and gave people a chance to live out there wildest ceative dreams. In May 2012 the shop closed down. In July 2012 a new space opened with art, events and more in the basement of Pakhuis Wilhelmina, Veemkade 574.
VRIJDAG 24 MEI EN ZATERDAG 25 MEI
THE NEW ADELPHI HONORARY SHOW WEEKENDER
OPEN: 20u30 / AANVANG 21u30 / 5 euro (voor driewerf een mooi doel!)
Korte optredens van:
Vrijdag: The Avonden, Cousins (C), Ensor, Morris, Felix van Cleeff, Goddijn, Motel Aurora, Dassuad
Zaterdag: Daan Hofman, Sundaze, Lester, Markus Haringa, T.Martinus, Jesje De Schepper.
En op beide avonden stukken uit The Beat Revolver door Jesco LaVon Griffiths.
Theatre/mime performance by Eva Kylstra. dj’s Wolf & Disaster. Proper veggie meal by Indian in your cupboard.
food 5 euro, from 19h30 / performances start at 21h / donations
upstairs @ cafe
live: Fabrieke, Forty Dollar Baby, Bruno XXX, Whiskey Rabbi (C), excerpts from The Beat Revolver read by Scorpio Scarecrow.
Open 20:30 / Start 21:30 / 5 euro
VIND IK LEUK #6 @ DNA
live: Minimal Likk (D) & The Neutrinos (UK), dj Ian Witchell (Wonderland Club)
Open 20h / Start 21h / 6 euro
ELECTRIC MONKEY HOUSE @ BARCO
live: Happy Demons, Glameoki, dj Ian Witchell (Wonderland Club)
start 22h / donations
DE GUNCLUB #2
Visuals van Julie (Kulter) en soundscapes van Dassaud.
Live: Andrea Rottin (It), acoustic folky madness.
Open 20h, start 21h / donations welcome
THE GIRL CAN’T HELP IT (1956)
Directed by Frank Tashlin
Probably the greatest rock n’ roll film ever made, and a favorite of many including John Waters. The cinematography is colorful and dazzling, and the music is unbelievable including performances by the sexy Calander Girl Julie London, Abbie Lincoln, and all time great Rock and Rollers Little Richard, Fats Domino, Gene Vincent (BeBop A Lula), Eddie Cochran, The Platters (You’ll Never Know) and many more. The film follows an ex-racketeer whose Mafia circuit has fallen, but wants his new girlfriend to be a star singer…but the problem is that she can’t sing. He makes an offer that a producer can’t refuse, and the producer has to somehow make this chick a national sensation. The girlfriend is played by the 50s knock-out Jayne Mansfield, giving a bubbly effervescent delivery.
The film was directed by the sharp Frank Tashlin, a filmmaker who never missed a chance to ridicule the star system or the commercialization of modern life. He also parodied rigid male and female sex gender roles and later would create all-out attacks on the satus quo. His cinema was a mix between a normal Hollywood film, but with surrealist/absurdist inventions. For example, Julie London unexpectedly appears as a ghost of herself sing “Cry me a River” in this film. A crazy storyline, wild characters, bizarre situations and pumped full of of the absolutely best rock bands of the 50s. Absolutely unique!
(in the Pakhuis Wilhelmina, on the Eastern Harbor)
Doors open at 20:00, film starts at 20:30
3 Euros entrance
Info on location: http://www.pakhuiswilhelmina.nl/ (tram 10 and 26 stop at walking distance)