See how we used to live around here! London: A Bigger Picture – a FREE screening of local history colour and black & white archive films from Beckenham, West Wickham, Hayes, Bromley, Penge, SE London and surrounding areas from 1900s to 1980s accompanied by a professional pianist on our grand piano in the magnificent Bromley (Performance) Hall.
ONLY A FEW SEATS LEFT – our new screen is HUGE so the view is good from anywhere. Booking in advance is essential to avoid disappointment.
Licensed bar and Box Office open 7pm, film programme starts 7.45pm, films start at 8pm (approx.) and last 1 hour 9approx.) – certificate U equivalent – Kentish ice creams by Simply ice Cream. FREE off-site car park.
Our professional pianist tomorrow evening is Meg Morley, an Australian-born improvising pianist and composer living in London. Meg is currently a full-time musician with the English National Ballet School and also plays for various dance institutions (Rambert Company, Matthew Bourne at Sadler’s Wells, Royal Ballet School). She is also a resident accompanist for the Kennington Bioscope held at the London Cinema Museum – megmorleymusic.com
Meg’s EP, Through the Hours, is now available on CD Baby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/megmorley2# and iTunes and Amazon.
Sample Through the Hours with this spell-binding video for the track, Drift:
Join us for this free event hosted at Langley Park School for Boys in Beckenham, BR3 3BP with FILMBOX Community Cinema, courtesy of Film London’s Screen Archives, in conjunction with Bromley Historic Collections and sponsored by London Borough of Bromley.
Sports Day in Anerley? Bromley High Street? Hayes May Queen and many, many more.
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BOX OFFICE: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox
About us: www.langleyfilmbox.com