The Last London, described by Alan Moore as 'the masterpiece in a career of masterpieces', is Iain Sinclair's final reckoning with a city stretched beyond its limits. To pull away from its gravity, he sets off on a Watling Street pilgrimage with longterm collaborators (and filmmakers) Andrew Kötting and John Rogers. Their adventures, told through differing and contradictory memories, become a live performance, a conversation, a film of record. The collision at Kino in St Leonards is a unique coming together for the three walkers. Anything could happen.