“STOP PRESS: The screening of the classic 1940’s film night Odd Man Out in Brockley and Ladywell cemetery on Sunday 29 May – is now full. Unless you have a booking confirmation – please do not attend – as all available seats are now booked out. ”
Join us for an evening of post war British/Irish austerity in our 1940s film night – and the screening of a brilliant but not well-known classic film ‘Odd Man Out’ in the atmospheric chapel of the Brockley and Ladywell cemetery. Described by Roman Polanski as one of the best films he ever saw – our film night is a ‘tester’ – to gather interest and support for a future Brockley/Ladywell film season. There will be a brief introduction to the film. The audience are encouraged to join in with the 1940’s theme and enjoy the atmosphere. Tea/refreshments available.
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Venue: The Chapel in Brockley and Ladywell Cemetery.
£5 donation appreciated.