The AutistiX are an extraordinary six piece rock band. And it’s not just their sound that makes them unique - three of their members are talented musicians with autism.
On Thursday the 26th of November at 6.30pm, The AutistiX will be sharing their story at Pentagram.
We will start by screening two brilliant short films.
The first, I Used To Be Famous, is about a washed up singer from an ex-noughties boy band and a young gifted musician with autism inspired by Saul from The AutistiX. The film is in competition for Best British Short at Leeds International Film Festival.
The second is The AutistiX, a documentary chronicling the story of the band showing that people with autism are as talented and able as anyone else.
The screening will be followed by a brief Q&A with Superplex Pictures, who produced I Used To Be Famous, Grasp The Nettle, who produced The AutistiX documentary and Sunsan Zur-Szpiro, The AutistiX’s Manager.
The event will be rounded up with a performance by The AutistiX.
Please join us for an evening of fun, drinks, music and talent.
Spaces are limited so please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to save a spot.
The AutistiX next gig is at Pentagram, the renowned Designer/Branding Company on Thursday 26th November at 6.30pm.