October 4 @ 07:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The big winner at this year’s Oscars – Best Film, Best Supporting Actor, Best Screenplay. Set in 1962, the film follows a road trip across the still heavily racially segregated American Deep South by the sophisticated African-American classical pianist, Don Shirley, and his hired very New York born and bred Italian American driver, Tony “Lip” Vallelonga. The two start off poles apart, but gradually grow to respect each other as each challenges the other to view life from a different perspective. A brilliant script with plenty of funny moments makes this an endearing feel good film that shows how relationships can transcend engrained prejudice.
Join us for another excellent film in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Hot canapés are served on arrival, your first drink is on us, and ice creams, crisps and sweets are available during the interval. The bar is open during the evening.
Doors and bar open at 7pm, screening starts at 7.45pm. Tickets £7, pay on the door (includes a free drink).