Around the Corner Cinema is holding two screenings of classic films in Winchmore Hill for Valentine's Day, bringing a cinema back to the area for the first time since 1959.
"ROUND THE CORNER presents: N21 VALENTINE’S SCREENINGS
Bringing cinema back to our neighbourhood for the second time since the demolition of Capitol cinema in 1959.
Award winning features, locally made shorts, live music, food and romance.
On Saturday 9th February at 7.30pm, comedy classic ‘Some Like It Hot’ (PG) sees Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon star as two jazz musicians who join an all-female band to escape the mob, then both fall for the beautiful lead singer, played by Marilyn Monroe. The event is sponsored by Vic Smith Beds, and all proceeds will go to the Samaritans.
Freshly popped popcorn on sale from Café Choo Choo.
And a film about the rekindling of true love; the Oscar winning silent film ‘Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans’ (U) on Wednesday 13th February with live, improvised piano accompaniment by BFI silent film pianist Costas Fotopoulos, and introduced by Silent London’s Pamela Hutchinson. Sponsored by The Creative Timber Window Company.
Sardinian artisan antipasti boxes on sale from Palmavera Fine Foods."
When - Saturday 9th Feb (Some Like it Hot) & Wednesday 13th (Sunrise) from 6.46
Where - Waterhouse Hall, United Reformed Church, 77 Compton Road, N21 3NU
Tickets - £6 from here
Link - Around the Corner Cinema
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