It's high brow and low-fi with a focus on Brecht's Threepenny Opera with readings and discussion and screenings of a version in French and German. This is followed by live folk punk cabaret and "narrative atrophy for the strictly hardcore" in the bar - that's short story Chinese whispers to you and me, with twenty participants travelling a short story between them and seeing what happens to it along the way.
We covered the opening of Shortwave back in May and warmed instantly to the cosy, comfy 50 seater cinema and the stylish, modern bar so it's pleasing to see them programming quirky and intelligent events like this, so far fulfilling their promise to "eschew blockbuster releases" and serve up something more independent and thoughtful to the Square.
Full programme available on their Facebook group. From midday, £7 for the afternoon. Top tip: arrive at noon for free cake.