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Our return from the ‘summer break’ kicked off with the screening of Reach for the Sky in collaboration with the Kenley Revival Project, who gave a fascinating overview of their venture, as well as displaying a range of artefacts that they use in their educational work. Project Manager Marie Rose and Learning & Volunteer Officer Amy Todd (pictured above) contacted us afterwards to say they “had a really great time and it was a great opportunity for us to try something new and take the story of Kenley out of the airfield… The team at the David Lean Cinema were incredibly welcoming and encouraging of our event”. Supporters may be interested in Kenley’s free Open Day on Sunday 10 September. Read more………….
Following our short break, we opened for business again on Saturday with a special screening of Reach for the Sky presented by the Kenley Revival Project.
“The Croydon Summer of Love” is represented by two very different films next week, and we also include a repeat showing of My Cousin Rachel.
This week we present two very different 1967 films for the Croydon Summer of Love Festival. The BBFC refused to give The Trip (showing on Tuesday) a certificate until 2002, but it’s a must for anyone interested in the pop culture of the 1960s.
We are now in the second week of our closure period, but there is plenty to look forward to on our return to business.
We have a full programme of films coming up, which is outlined in our chief programmer Philip Howard’s review which you can read here. Among these are two films showing as part of the Croydon Summer of Love season, The Trip and The Graduate. Details of these below, as well as an extra screening of the very popular Dunkirk on October 4th. Read More.
We are having our third AGM on September 21st. All are invited, and more details can be found below. Read More………….
As you will have noticed, we are taking a short holiday. The cinema re-opens on Saturday 19th August with Reach for the Sky, in association with the Kenley Renewal Project. There will be a display of memorabilia from the aerodrome to see from 1pm on the day, so come early to see this and talk to the Kenley staff.
Due to the success of My Cousin Rachel, we have arranged another screening of this ‘did she, didn’t she’ mystery based on Daphne du Maurier’s classic novel on Wednesday 23rd August at 7.30pm.