Monday 13 February 2017

The Cinema Museum - TCM events - REconomy Transition Town event, Kennington Bioscope, Filmfair, Laurel & Hardy Society

REconomy L.I.F.T. event February 25th, Kennington Bioscope March 1st, Filmfair + Laurel & Hardy Society March 4th

REconomy L.I.F.T. (Local Innovation For Transitioners) event
Sat Feb 25th @ 1:30pm- 6pm
This REconomy Event is designed by and for Transitioners whether you are new to REconomy or have established REconomy projects in your Transition Town. Hear from current REconomy projects by Transition Towns in London and the South East covering food enterprises, community energy and loads more, find REconomy buddies for future conversations through structured networking, and develop your REconomy skills in skills surgeries.
Keynote speaker: Andrew Simms (New Weather Institute, New Economics Foundation).
Find out more here
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Kennington Bioscope
presents Nell Gwyn (1926)
Wed 1st Mar @ 7:30pm
The Kennington Bioscope is a regular event at the Cinema Museum featuring live accompaniment to silent films.
The main feature is Nell Gwyn (1926), directed by Herbert Wilcox, and stars Dorothy Gish as Nell Gwyn and Randle Ayrton as Charles II. This is a 35mm print from the BFI. More details here.

A programme of silent shorts precedes the main film.

Tickets £5 - please request a seat using the email
Film and Memorabilia Bazaar Sat 4th Mar 10am - 5pm
We are delighted to be hosting another fundraising bazaar, featuring numerous dealers’ stalls decked in movie memorabilia. You will have the chance to peruse and purchase unusual relics from the history of cinema, including books, posters, equipment, stills, films (of all gauges), campaign books, DVDs and more. Admission: £5 on the door.
Sons of the Desert – Quarterly meeting of The Laurel and Hardy Society
Sat 4th Mar 3pm - 7pm
Sons of the Desert – quarterly meeting of The Laurel and Hardy Society.
The films we intend to show on March 4th are From Soup to Nuts (1928), a silent short directed by Edgar Kennedy (as E. Livingston Kennedy); Any Old Port (1932), short directed by James W. Horne; Going Bye-Bye (1934), Charley Rogers (as Charles Rogers); Thicker Than Water (1935), short directed by James W. Horne; and Pardon Us (1931), directed by James Parrott.
For membership fees and non-member pricing, visit our website.