Monthly, day & time flexible, but always early or mid afternoon.
Leader Judy Craik
Tel 020 8892 1410
We meet at Watermans in Brentford, buses 267, 237 and 65 stop outside.
There is also a paying car park,
Watermans is an independent cinema showing a wide range of current releases, also some world cinema films. Many members like the opportunity to stay for a short discussion after the film and we are able to use a separate room for this.
A reminder that members need to buy their own tickets, £8 concessions, £7 Friends of Watermans.
Tickets can be booked online or by phone 020 8232 1010 box office open between 1-9pm. If you book online you can get concessions but there is still no opportunity to use Friends membership
I’ll be at Watermans 40 mins before the start of the film to meet and register members.
The next meeting will be on Monday 24th January, 3.45
The Lighthouse (cert 15 ,109 mins)
Set in the 1890’s and described as gripping and turbulent the drama is shot in black-and-white. The entire film is set on a desolate island of jagged black rock where a gnarly old sea dog (William Defoe) is tending the lighthouse there for four weeks along with his new assistant (Robert Pattinson) And that’s all I’m telling you
All tickets £6 on Mondays, booking already underway. Online booking watermans.org.uk or phone 020 8232 1010