18 Jun

Happening in July: Women’s Festival of Cycling UK

Throughout the month of July 2018 Cycling UK will be celebrating women who love cycling, and encouraging many more to take up and continue cycling. The Women’s Festival of Cycling will include cycle rides and events all round the country, ranging from just a few miles with a coffee and cake stop to longer endurance rides, both on and off-road. A screening of Mama Agatha is also part of the program, as are many other great events. Visit the website for more information.

02 Jun

We’re over the moon to be returning to New Zealand and Australia for a massive tour as part of the Big Bike Film Night and Cycle Chic Film Tour program!

The Big Bike Film Night is an evening dedicated to the love of cycling; and pedaling alongside it is their partner the Cycle Chic Film Tour celebrating, inspiring and encouraging women who love to bike.
The events have started already and will be taking place all around New Zealand and Australia all the way until September, so make sure to check out the website and keep an eye on our Facebook page for the most up-to-date info!

27 Oct

HUB Bike Shorts Vancouver: An Evening of Films about Bikes

HUB Cycling is a charity that has been working for nearly 20 years to make cycling safer in Metro Vancouver.

Next Wednesday, Mama Agatha is screening as part of the program of HUB Cycling’s Bike Shorts Film Event and Fundraiser, featuring local and international short films about cycling. Come join the event for a celebratory evening with prizes, beer, popcorn, a silent auction and an incredible community. Find out more on bikehub.ca/bikeshorts.

11 Aug

Screening: Cycling and Society symposium London

The Cycling and Society symposium series was launched in 2004 at Lancaster University. The symposia, held annually around the UK, are linked to the Cycling and Society Research Group whose members span many disciplines and approaches to the study of cycling.
The next Symposium will be on 7th and 8th September 2017 on the theme of #CitiesToShare, and will be held at Imperial College London, and we are happy to announce that a screening of Mama Agatha will be part of the program on the first day, September 7.

Take a look at the website for more details.