This Week's Opening Hours
12th August, 2019
Monday, 12th August - 11:00-18:00
Tuesday, 13th August - 11:00-18:00
Wednesday, 14th August - 11:00-18:00
Thursday, 15th August - 11:00-18:00
Friday, 16th August - 11:00-18:00
Saturday, 17th August - 11:00 - 18:00
Sunday, 18th August - CLOSED
4th May, 2019
The Stanley Kubrick Exhibition at London's Design Museum is getting fantastic reviews. Running until 15 September, it's an opportunity to delve into and behind the scenes of the creative world of one of cinema's most interesting directors.
His films were often promoted using thought provoking, attention grabbing and generally attractive posters. As a result, the posters for most of his films are highly sought after by poster collectors and design conscious home decor planners alike.
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9th February, 2019
Valentine's Day is fast approaching and an original movie poster or lobby card could be the perfect way to show your loved one how much they mean to you. Perhaps find a favourite film - or the first film you saw together... Here are a few ideas to get you thinking.
9th February, 2019
British cinema has lost one of its finest post-war Actors, with the death at 82 of Albert Finney.
His breakthrough film was his portrayal of Angry Young Man, Arthur Seaton, in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning. And he was never far from the screen for the next fifty years or so, with appearances in movies including Scrooge, Two for the Road with Audrey Hepburn, Poirot in 1974's Murder on the Orient Express, Erin Brockovich and Annie.
He gave so many very different performances - our favourite was as Leo in the Coens' Miller's Crossing, followed closely by Ed Bloom in Tim Burton's Big Fish.
But there are many to choose from, and he will be badly missed.
Millers Crossing clip
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.