Events :: show

Normansfield Theatre : I GOT GERSHWIN! - S'Wonderful!

The songs and life of George Gershwin - American songwriter of  I GOT RHYTHM and ,THEY ALL LAUGHED  and opera Porgy and Bess

After the success of his Sinatra Show - His Way in 2015 , Robert Habermann presents his brand new show  telling  the  wonderful story and singing the songs  of  George Gershwin. How George first started out  first as a song plugger, writing his first  huge hit "SWANEE" on a bus in twenty minutes in 1919. - his life long collaboration with his brother Ira, with whom he wrote such   great songs  and shows for  iconic dancer Fred Astaire, to the tragic end  when  Gershwin's life was suddenly cut short at the age of 37 with a brain tumour.  Songs include: 'I Got Rhythm', 'They Can't Take That Away From Me', 'Our Love is Here  to Stay' 'Summertime' and many more of his great hits

More Information

  • Musical Director: Trevor Brown
  • Bookings: : 0333 1212 300
  • Time:  7.30pm

How to get there

  • By train: The nearest train station is Hampton Wick - 7 minutes walk away. It connects easily with Waterloo, Vauxhall, Clapham Junction, Wimbledon and Richmond. Turn right out the station and then follow directions below as if driving from Kingston. Langdon Park is off Kingston Road, opposite Wick Road. We are in the big building on the right once you have turned into Langdon Park.
  • By bus: The 281 stops outside the building, travelling from Tolworth and Kingston in one direction, and Teddington and Twickenham in the other. The 285, which links Kingston and Heathrow airport, also stops outside.
  • By car: If you're driving from Kingston, drive past Hampton Wick station on the right and then take the first right after Normansfield Avenue. This isn't named on the map but is called "Langdon Park". Turn immediately right again and park in one of the spaces marked "L.D.C. Reserved Parking". Walk down the gravel path (edged with red brick) and you will come to a big red door on the left, which is the main entrance into the building. If you are approaching from the Twickenham/Richmond direction then take your first left after Holmesdale Road into Langdon Park and then carry on as above.

Venue

Normansfield Theatre

Event Sponsor

Normansfield Theatre

October
Saturday
1
7:30pm  

Bearcat Comedy Club : RUSSELL HICKS. NATHAN CATON. STEFANO PAOLINI.

THIS week we have a Must See show with the Exciting Talent of American Free-form Comedian RUSSELL HICKS...

  • RUSSELL HICKS has NO script! He creates his brilliance before your very eyes - he is one of the most sought after Comedians in the UK and we had to book him over a year ago to make sure we got him for you at the Bearcat - every one of his shows is different - here's some Testimonials - comedycv.co.uk/russellhicks/index.html
  • NATHAN CATON goes from strength to strength - following his "Live at the Apollo" set, he is subsequently never off TV these days - his New live set is electric - here's his Apollo set to remind you - www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8F62j-PWnE
  • STEFANO PAOLINI brings his diverse talents of mimicry and beatbox together in a crowd-pleasing set of intimacy and hilarity - Lovely - www.stefanopaolini.com

Opening Act yet to be confirmed...

More Information

  • Entry £13 members, £15 non members (first time only)
  • Doors Open 8pm. First Act 8.45pm
  • Book tickets online

Venue

The Turks' Head Public House

Event Sponsor

Bearcat Comedy Club

October
Saturday
1
8pm  

Twickenham Alive Film Festival 2016 : Awards and Screening Ceremony

Sponsored by Stone Rowe Brewer

The Twickenham Alive Film Festival is a community-based film festival inviting submissions of short films, up to 10 minutes, based on four categories:

  • Films from within the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames
  • Films from the United Kingdom
  • Films from outside the United Kingdom
  • Films by film students - open theme

The theme for submissions is 'Where You Live' and the films can be on any aspect of the area, way of life, attractions, culture, sport or environment of the entrants' home area.

Films can be of any genre, such as documentary, drama or animation.

More Information

If you have a film to enter, we will still consider late submissions

Venue

The Live Room, Twickenham Stadium

Event Sponsor

Twickenham Alive Film Festival 2016

October
Sunday
2
6:30pm  
TAFF poster 2016

Richmond Film Society : TEHRAN TAXI

  • IRAN 2015
  • 82 minutes
  • Director - Jafar Panahi

Internationally acclaimed director Jafar Panahi drives a taxi through the streets of Tehran, picking up a diverse group of passengers in a single day.

Each passenger expresses their own view of the world, while being interviewed by the driver/director.

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

October
Tuesday
4
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : THE BLUE BISHOPS

Over the years The Blue Bishops have built a reputation both for both their studio albums and live performances. Acknowledged as one of the best live bands on the circuit, Robert Cray remarked 'I will have to watch my back'. Paul Jones has called their studio work 'Superb' and the music press has consistently praised the calibre of their recordings and live shows. Consistently excellent reviews of The Blue Bishops particular brand of hard-edged, gritty blues-rock have followed them on tours and club appearances across the UK and Europe. Simon Burrett and Geoff Grange (Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings) have been at the core of the band for 20 years with line-ups and guests that have included Martin Turner of Wishbone Ash, Jim Rodford from The Zombies, Chris Hook from Voyager, Martin Barre from Jethro Tull, Jon Noyce from Gary Moore's band, Rabbit from Free, and Rod Argent. For their Eel Pie Club appearance they will be joined by Jim Rodford (The Zombies, Argent, The Kinks) and Steve Rodford (The Zombies).

  • £11 (£9 Members)
  • £5 Students (Photo ID Required)

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

October
Thursday
6
 

Bearcat Comedy Club : ANDREW BIRD; JOHN LYNN; JONNY AWSUM; MIKE GUNN

ANDREW BIRD; JOHN LYNN; JONNY AWSUM; MIKE GUNN

More Information

  • Entry £13 members, £15 non members (first time only)
  • Doors Open 8pm. First Act 8.45pm
  • Book tickets online

Venue

The Turks' Head Public House

Event Sponsor

Bearcat Comedy Club

October
Saturday
8
8pm  

Normansfield Theatre : The Marriage of Figaro

Thames Philharmonia Opera are performing Mozart's immortal opera 'The Marriage of Figaro' performed in its original Italian.

The performance is staged with full orchestra - The Thames Philharmonia, conducted by Musical Director Byung-Yun Yu and directed by Sarah De Winter.

The production introduces some wonderful up-and-coming principal singers and chorus, including:

  • Crispin Lewis as Figaro
  • Eleanor Hemmens as Susanna
  • Nicholas George as Count Almaviva
  • Tamara Ravenhill as Countess Almaviva
  • Anna McLachlan as Cherubino

More Information

How to get there

  • By train: The nearest train station is Hampton Wick - 7 minutes walk away. It connects easily with Waterloo, Vauxhall, Clapham Junction, Wimbledon and Richmond. Turn right out the station and then follow directions below as if driving from Kingston. Langdon Park is off Kingston Road, opposite Wick Road. We are in the big building on the right once you have turned into Langdon Park.
  • By bus: The 281 stops outside the building, travelling from Tolworth and Kingston in one direction, and Teddington and Twickenham in the other. The 285, which links Kingston and Heathrow airport, also stops outside.
  • By car: If you're driving from Kingston, drive past Hampton Wick station on the right and then take the first right after Normansfield Avenue. This isn't named on the map but is called "Langdon Park". Turn immediately right again and park in one of the spaces marked "L.D.C. Reserved Parking". Walk down the gravel path (edged with red brick) and you will come to a big red door on the left, which is the main entrance into the building. If you are approaching from the Twickenham/Richmond direction then take your first left after Holmesdale Road into Langdon Park and then carry on as above.

Venue

Normansfield Theatre

Event Sponsor

Normansfield Theatre

October
Saturday
15
7:30pm  
the marriage of figaro poster

Bearcat Comedy Club : PAUL McCAFFREY; PAUL THORNE; THE RAYMOND & MR TIMPKINS REVUE

PAUL McCAFFREY; PAUL THORNE; THE RAYMOND & MR TIMPKINS REVUE

More Information

  • Entry £13 members, £15 non members (first time only)
  • Doors Open 8pm. First Act 8.45pm
  • Book tickets online

Venue

The Turks' Head Public House

Event Sponsor

Bearcat Comedy Club

October
Saturday
15
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : MYSTERY ROAD

  • AUSTRALIA 2013
  • 121 minutes
  • Director - Ivan Sen

In an Australian outback town, an Indigenous detective, returns home to solve the murder of a teenage girl. He is alienated from both the white-dominated police force and the Indigenous community. A gripping murder mystery with a cultural perspective.

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

October
Tuesday
18
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : THE DOWNLINERS SECT

Very much part of the London Rhythm and Blues scene in the 1960s, The Downliners started out in Twickenham on Eel Pie Island and subsequently took over The Rolling Stones' residency at Ken Colyers Club in London's West End. The Downliners Sect still attract crowds of thousands in Japan, Spain and Sweden where their song, Little Egypt, reached Number One in the Hit Parade. The Downliners Sect today are original Members, Don Craine (vocals/guitar) and Keith Grant (vocals/bass), plus Del Dwyer (vocals/guitar), John O'Leary (vocals/harp), Mark Freeman (drums)

More Information

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

October
Thursday
20
 
Downliners Sect

Bearcat Comedy Club : ANDY ASKINS; DAVE FULTON; MARK MAIER; TIM CLARK

ANDY ASKINS; DAVE FULTON; MARK MAIER; TIM CLARK

More Information

  • Entry £13 members, £15 non members (first time only)
  • Doors Open 8pm. First Act 8.45pm
  • Book tickets online

Venue

The Turks' Head Public House

Event Sponsor

Bearcat Comedy Club

October
Saturday
22
8pm  

Bearcat Comedy Club : DANNY WARD; LATEEF LOVEJOY; PHIL BUTLER; SEAN COLLINS

DANNY WARD; LATEEF LOVEJOY; PHIL BUTLER; SEAN COLLINS

More Information

  • Entry £13 members, £15 non members (first time only)
  • Doors Open 8pm. First Act 8.45pm
  • Book tickets online

Venue

The Turks' Head Public House

Event Sponsor

Bearcat Comedy Club

October
Saturday
29
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : THE COMMUNE

  • DENMARK 2016
  • 111 minutes
  • Director - Thomas Vinterberg

A professional couple establish a commune in a large house in a classy suburb of Copenhagen. From Thomas Vinterberg, a dark comedy about life, characters and tensions in a 1970s Danish collective.

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

November
Tuesday
1
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : WE REMEMBER JOE COCKER featuring Paul Cox

An original project in tribute to Joe Cocker with an 8-piece international All-Star band (Neal Black, Mark Latrell, Renaud Cugny, Kris Jefferson, Romek Parol, Dave Bowler, Celia Kameni and Sophie Malbec) led by the charismatic voice of Paul Cox. Paul Cox never fails to excite his audience thanks to his deep, warm and rocky voice - always sensual. His interpretation of Joe Cocker's repertoire is truly astonishing. The directory Rock, Pop, Blues and Soul, Joe Cocker is honoured in a concert where each musician brings a personal touch to express his/her admiration for this great singer who passed away in 2014, who bewitched crowds and touched the hearts of many.

More Information

  • £11 (£9 Members)
  • £5 Students - Photo ID Required

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

November
Thursday
3
 
Paul Cox by Jennifer Noble 3

Richmond Film Society : SLOW WEST

  • UK/NZ 2015
  • 84 minutes
  • Director - John Maclean

A callow young Scotsman of 16 treks across 19th century Colorado in search of his lost love, Rose, accompanied by a grizzled killer (Michael Fassbender).

A black Western, full of twists, turns and startling originality.

Preceded by the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF RICHMOND FILM SOCIETY

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

November
Tuesday
15
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : LEAF HOUND

Led by original vocalist, Pete French (also frontman of the original and current re-formed Atomic Rooster), Leaf Hound was a product of the SW London rock scene of the late '60s which spawned the likes of Free and other blues-rock acts, and their 1971 Growers of Mushroom album achieved massive cult status and now sells for over £3,000. Pete's reputation as a potent lead vocalist led him to stints as frontman to Carmine Appice's US band, Cactus and the popular German act, Randy Pie, before recording his acclaimed solo album, Ducks in Flight, which featured Brian Robertson, Micky Moody and Kenney Jones. This album is currently re-released on Repertoire Records. Pete reformed Leaf Hound in 2004 and since then the band has re-issued the Growers of Mushroom album with 1 additional track and recorded a new album, Unleashed. Leaf Hound's Live in Japan CD/DVD and Vinyl was released 3 years ago via Ripple Music. Tonight's line-up is Pete on vocals, Luke Rayner on guitar, Pete Herbert on bass and Jim Rowland on drums. Pete's vocals on Leaf Hound's song, Freelance Fiend, was the soundtrack to the Casio G-Shock Watches advert on cinemas worldwide. His voice was also featured on the theme song from TV's 'Life on Mars'. Led by original vocalist, Pete French (also frontman of the original and current re-formed Atomic Rooster), Leaf Hound was a product of the SW London rock scene of the late '60s which spawned the likes of Free and other blues-rock acts, and their 1971 Growers of Mushroom album achieved massive cult status and now sells for over £3,000. Pete's reputation as a potent lead vocalist led him to stints as frontman to Carmine Appice's US band, Cactus and the popular German act, Randy Pie, before recording his acclaimed solo album, Ducks in Flight, which featured Brian Robertson, Micky Moody and Kenney Jones. This album is currently re-released on Repertoire Records. Pete reformed Leaf Hound in 2004 and since then the band has re-issued the Growers of Mushroom album with 1 additional track and recorded a new album, Unleashed. Leaf Hound's Live in Japan CD/DVD and Vinyl was released 3 years ago via Ripple Music. Tonight's line-up is Pete on vocals, Luke Rayner on guitar, Pete Herbert on bass and Jim Rowland on drums. Pete's vocals on Leaf Hound's song, Freelance Fiend, was the soundtrack to the Casio G-Shock Watches advert on cinemas worldwide. His voice was also featured on the theme song from TV's 'Life on Mars'.

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

November
Thursday
17
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : A SECOND CHANCE

  • DENMARK 2014
  • 105 minutes
  • Director - Susanne Bier

Emotional drama centred on the relationship between a policeman and his wife.

His own domestic circumstances become increasingly entangled with the targets of a raid after a cataclysmic event...

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

November
Tuesday
29
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : MARTIN TURNER ex WISHBONE ASH

An Evening of Classic Wishbone Ash music.....and beyond.

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

December
Thursday
1
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : GRANDMA

  • USA 2015
  • 79 minutes
  • Director - Paul Weitz

Elle (Lily Tomlin) has just broken up with her girlfriend when her granddaughter Sage visits needing $600 immediately. Elle and Sage spend the day trying to get the cash.

Their unannounced visits to old friends unearth skeletons and secrets.

Followed by the RICHMOND FILM SOCIETY'S CHRISTMAS PARTY

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

December
Tuesday
13
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : EEL PIE CLUB XMAS PARTY

THE Christmas Party.

The Eel Pie All-Stars are Don Craine and Keith Grant (Downliners Sect), Robin Bibi (ex Pretty Things), Rick Biddulph (ex Caravan), Alan Glen (Yardbirds, Nine Below Zero), Chris Hunt (Lonnie Donegan Band, The Bruvvers), and Dave Lennox (Blodwyn Pig). Many special guests still to be announced but confirmed at time of writing are Bootleg Blondie, Alix Anthony, Derek Griffiths (The Artwoods), Mark Freeman (Downliners Sect), Ali Mackenzie (The Birds).

Free mince pies and mulled wine for those who arrive early enough.

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

December
Wednesday
14
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : PRETTY THINGS (Acoustic)

The first Eel Pie Club gig of 2017: The Pretty Things are at the heart of the UK Rhythm

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

January
Thursday
12
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : MUSTANG

  • TURKEY 2015
  • 97 minutes
  • Director - Deniz Gamze Ergüven

In rural Turkey, five orphaned sisters are wrongly accused of debauchery. Their relatives incarcerate them at home and resolve to marry each sister off in order to preserve family honour. Short-listed for the Foreign Language Oscar.

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

January
Tuesday
17
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : THE COMPANY YOU KEEP

  • USA 2012
  • 125 minutes
  • Director - Robert Redford

Director Robert Redford plays a respectable public-interest lawyer. But a local reporter discovers that he was formerly a member of the Weathermen terrorist organisation back in the 1960s.

Is it possible to bury your past and start afresh?

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

January
Tuesday
31
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : DHEEPAN

  • FRANCE 2015
  • 115 minutes
  • Director - Jacques Audiard

A Tamil soldier poses as the husband and father of two other refugees in order to escape a civil war in Sri Lanka. Arriving in France, the makeshift "family" find themselves embroiled in violence on the streets of Paris.

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

February
Tuesday
14
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : Kast Off Kinks

Not a Tribute Band! The Kast-Off Kinks contains 3 actual Members of and is still regarded to this day as the backbone of the original Kinks, is joined by . By fans, Ian is regarded as the best keyboard player of The Kinks. The fourth member and only non-Kink, is Dave Clarke (ex Noel Redding Band), taking the place of the Davies brothers. . Almost every other ex-Kink has guested with The Kast-Off Kinks, including Ray Davies

Details

  • Doors 8:30pm
  • Music from 9:15-11pm (unless otherwise indicated)
  • Tickets cash on door (if still available) or credit card in advance via www.eelpieclub.com

Venue

The Cabbage Patch Public House

Event Sponsor

Eel Pie Club

February
Thursday
23
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : THE CLUB

  • CHILE 2015
  • 98 minutes
  • Director - Pablo Larraín

Four defrocked priests live a clandestine existence in a Chilean beach town, out of sight (and mind) of both the public and the Catholic Church.

The arrival of a new 'inmate' disrupts their existence.

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

February
Tuesday
28
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : STILL WALKING

  • JAPAN 2008
  • 115 minutes
  • Director - Hirokazu Koreeda

Grown-up son and daughter visit elderly parents to commemorate the death of eldest son who drowned while saving the life of a stranger 12 years ago.

Younger son Ryota still feels his parents resent that he wasn't the one who died.

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

March
Tuesday
14
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : THE LESSON

  • BULGARIA 2014
  • 111 minutes
  • Directors: Kristina Grozeva & Petar Valchanov

The powerful portrayal of a teacher's life as she goes to desperate lengths in order to preserve a roof over her family's head - thwarted at every turn. You end up rooting for her all the way.

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

March
Tuesday
28
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : THE SECOND MOTHER

  • BRAZIL 2015
  • 112 minutes
  • Director - Anna Muylaert

Val has been the housemaid of a wealthy family in Sao Paulo for many years.

Tensions arise after her estranged daughter Jessica suddenly appears and challenges the unspoken class barriers that exist within the home.

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

April
Tuesday
11
8pm  

Richmond Film Society : SING STREET

  • UK/IRE 2016
  • 106 minutes
  • Director - John Carney

A schoolboy forms a band to try and impress a girl. Set in 1985 Dublin, this uplifting musical comedy from the director of 'Once' is an homage to the music and fashion of the '80s.

Price:

Non-members are always very welcome on the night.

  • Non-member tickets are available to purchase tickets on the door for £6.00 a show or for Full-Time Students & ES40s £4.00 per film.
  • RFS Members FREE

Time:

All films are shown at 8pm

Venue:

St Mary's University - Room G5 The Pete Postlethwaite Picture House (a few doors to the right of the main entrance)

Venue

St Mary's University College

Event Sponsor

Richmond Film Society

April
Tuesday
25
8pm