The Cinema Museum, London

The Spring Season 2017: dates for your diary

Sun 1 Jan - Mon 31 Jul 2017 · Events

Last of the Summer Wine

Last of the Summer Wine – see the Misty Moon event on Sat 29 April

More details can be found on the individual event pages that are being posted under Upcoming Events.

TICKETS & PRICING

(unless otherwise stated)

In advance: £8.50/£6.50 concessions (retired, students and the unemployed, with proof to be presented upon entry)

  • either online (plus 50p booking fee), by going to Billetto and searching on the name of the event. Some tickets also available from Frugl a week before the event
  • or from the venue – please phone on 020 7840 2200. Card payments can now be accepted – we welcome MasterCard, Maestro, Visa, Visa Electron, Discover, Diners Club International and JCB.

On the door: £10/£7 concessions

Included: a chance to explore the Museum from an hour before the start of the event!

March

  • 1 Kennington Bioscope presents Nell Gwyn (1926)
  • 4 Film and Memorabilia Bazaar 10.00
  • 4 Laurel and Hardy Society 15.00-19.00
  • 5 An afternoon with Glenda Jackson 14.30 - Sold out
  • 7 Screening of Laurence Anyways 19.00
  • 11 Kennington Bioscope presents Silent Western Saturday 10.00
  • 15 Kennington Noir presents Somewhere in the Night (1946)
  • 18 South Social meets Jewish culture 18.00
  • 19 The Rough Assembly Talks, a BECTU event 14.30-17.30
  • 22 Kennington Bioscope presents Il Fuoco (1916)
  • 23 History is Made at Night screening 19.00
  • 24 Utopia London screening
  • 29 The Vito Project screening of The Women (1939) 19.00

April

  • 5 Kennington Noir presents They Live By Night (1948)
  • 8 Cinema Museum Bookstall 14.00-17.00
  • 12 Kennington Bioscope presents Stark Love (1927)
  • 20 BECTU screening of I, Daniel Blake (2016) plus Q&A with Ken Loach - Sold out
  • 23 French Sundaes screening of Neuf Mois Fermé (Nine Month Stretch) (2013) 14.30
  • 26 The Vito Project screening of The Slippers (2016) 19.00
  • 27 The Celluloid Sorceress presents Housekeeping (1987) (35mm) plus Q&A with Michael Ellis a.c.e.
  • 29 The Blinking Buzzards 16.00
  • 29 The Misty Moon Film Society Presents the Last Of The Summer Wine Reunion 20.00

May

  • 3 Kennington Bioscope presents Trail of the Law (1924)
  • 4 The Breaking Point screening
  • 5, 6 & 7 CheapCutsDoc Film Festival
  • 9 Venezuela screening: Oriana (1985)
  • 10 Kennington Noir presents Kansas City Confidential (1952)
  • 12 South Social screening
  • 13 Cinema Museum Bookstall 14.00-17.00
  • 14 French Sundaes screening of Une Belle Fille Comme Moi (1972) 14.30
  • 15 Creative Madness in Song: The Documentary – private screening
  • 18 South London Jazz Orchestra film screening of Pete Kelly’s Blues + live music
  • 20 South London Jazz Orchestra charity event for Doctors of the World
  • 21 Kennington Talkies presents Theodora Goes Wild (1936) 14.30
  • 24 Kennington Bioscope presents a tribute to David Shepard, including a screening of Regeneration (1915)
  • 25 & 26 The Celluloid Sorceress presents Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (35mm) – Director’s Restoration Cut - Sorry, event cancelled
  • 28 Kennington Talkies presents Employees’ Entrance (1933) 14.30
  • 31 The Vito Project screening of Johnny Guitar 19.00

June

  • 1 CINEPIANO with Tony Berchmans
  • 3 Film Fair 10.00-16.00
  • 3 Laurel and Hardy Society 15.00-19.00
  • 4 Vintage Wireless Fair in association with BVWS 10.00-16.00
  • 9 Misty Moon presents an evening of music and chat with Jo Burt
  • 10 & 11 Kennington Bioscope – Silent Film Weekend
  • 13 Venezuela screening: El Pez que Fuma (1977)
  • 14 Kennington Noir presents The Set Up (1949)
  • 18 French Sundaes screening of Coup de Torchon (1981) 14.30
  • 24 Opening Doors 50 all day event with The Vito Project
  • 25 Kennington Talkies presents Midnight Mary (1933) 14.30
  • 28 The Vito Project screening of Tongues Untied 19.00

July

  • 1 The Misty Moon Film Society Presents the Metal Mickey Reunion 20.00
  • 2 Kennington Talkies presents Woman of the Year (1942) 14.30
  • 4 Fighting Proud – The Untold Story of the Gay Men Who Served in Two World Wars – illustrated talk by author Stephen Bourne, followed by Q&A and book signing
  • 5 Kennington Noir presents Caged (1950)
  • 6 Marlene strides the stage again for Pride
  • 8 Cinema Museum Bookstall 14.00-17.00
  • 9 French Sundaes screening of Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot (1953) 14.30
  • 11 Venezuela screening 19.00
  • 12 Kennington Bioscope
  • 15 Misty Moon Presents an Evening with Linda Hayden and Robin Askwith
  • 22 The Blinking Buzzards 16.00
  • 23 Kennington Talkies presents The Lady Eve (1941) 14.30
  • 25 My Name on My Chair – Raymond Austin talks about his career as a stunt co-ordinator and director
  • 26 The Vito Project 19.00
  • 30 Kennington Talkies presents It’s Love I’m After (1937) 14.30

August

  • 6 Kennington Talkies presents Possessed (1931) 14.30
  • 16 Kennington Noir presents The Bribe (1949)
  • 20 Kennington Talkies presents Jewel Robbery (1932) 14.30