This Week's Opening Hours
15th January, 2019
Monday, 14th January - 11:00-18:00
Tuesday, 15th January - 11:00-18:00
Wednesday, 16th January - 11:00-18:00
Thursday, 17th January - 11:00-18:00
Friday, 18th January - 11:00-18:00
Saturday, 19th January - 11:00-18:00
Sunday, 20th January - 12:00-17:00
Dame June Whitfield
7th January, 2019
British comedy has lost one of its finest female practitioners, with the death (at 93) of June Whitfield.
Dame June Obituary
From the 40s onwards, she was a fixture on the radio and tv, and years ago had achieved the status of beloved institution, introduced to generation after generation of comedy fans.
Her film appearances were less frequent, but she was memorable in a few of the Carry Ons (including the early Nurse, and the last, Columbus) and most recently, in the cinema outing for Absolutely Fabulous.
Home Alone Again?
21st December, 2018
We've never publicised an advert before, but like everyone else, we can't resist talking about the new Google ad with Macaulay Culkin returning as Kevin McCallister and reprising some of the key scenes from 1990's Christmas classic.
If you haven't already seen it, take a look.
Home Alone with Google Assistant
And if you'd like to see some of the Christmas related items that we have in stock, here's a selection.
Looking for inspiration for a Christmas gift?
20th December, 2018
With only 5 shopping days left, the big rush is on so if you're still looking for an original gift then look no further. With our huge stock of vintage original pieces we have something for every budget and everyone - from Disney to James Bond, Star Wars or Audrey Hepburn - to name but a few - to some of the more modern titles. Come into the gallery or have a look at the website ...
26th November, 2018
British director Nicolas Roeg has died at the age of 90.
Nic Roeg obituary in The Guardian
His career spanned many decades, but he's probably best remembered for a handful of unusual and thought provoking movies, including the adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier's Don't Look Now, David Bowie's best film appearance, The Man Who Fell to Earth, and the under-rated Bad Timing, with Art Garfunkel.
For collectors of original film posters, his most collectable title is his first real directorial effort, Performance, with Mick Jagger and James Fox.