Accidental Theatre & CinePunked present Kevin Smith’s 1994 film Clerks, a slice of 1990s youth that will be familiar to many. Made when Smith was only 24, a film made by young people about young people for young people.A blend of sexual exploration and moral questions, disaffected youth, slacker culture, independent enterprise and criminality.CinePunked will host one of its interactive panel discussions, led by Robert J.E. Simpson and R.B. Kelly , to explore nostalgic youth, and the desire among each generation to hold onto the cultural signposts from their own adolescence, irrespective of the changing world around us.The discussion will be recorded, with audience participation strongly encouraged.This event is part of Cinema Day, an initiative by Film Hub N.I. to celebrate cinema and film across Northern Ireland. All details can be found at www.filmhubni.orgShow InfoACCIDENTAL THEATREVenue: 12-13 Shaftesbury Square, Belfast, BT2 7DBAccess: Directly from Shaftesbury SquareDate(s): Thursday 26th August 2019Starts: 8:00pm (Doors open from 7:30pm)Running Time: Film 1 hour 45 Mins | Discussion approx. 1 hourDisabled Access: Theatre (ground floor) is fully accessible. Toilets & Book Bar (1st floor) are not wheelchair friendly. Carer tickets available: Call 02890325881 to book.*The Book Bar is our charity bar, run to help support Accidental & the new building.Ticket Info£4 – STANDARD TICKET – a standard ticket that helps cover the basic costs of the show.£7 – DONATION TICKET – a special ticket that gives a little extra to the exceptional and hardworking artists creating the show.