Thursday, 11 June 2015

TCM events - Jun 25, 26 & 27 - Jerry Epstein: Remembering Chaplin, Marlene strides the stage again for Pride & The Young Girls of Rochefort

Spend an evening with Chaplin, Marlene or the Dorleac sisters! - Jun 25, 26 & 27

Jerry Epstein in His Own Words: Remembering Charlie Chaplin
Thu 25th Jun 19:00


Jerome “Jerry” Epstein was just starting his influential Circle Theater in Los Angeles when he first met Charlie Chaplin, and the two quickly became lifelong friends. His 1989 book ‘Remembering Charlie’ is one of the best biographies describing Chaplin’s life from 1946 to 1977.
To produce this book Epstein shared his memories with film critic Geoff Brown through a series of audio taped interviews. This audio visual presentation will feature the voice of Epstein describing his own life while ‘Remembering Charlie’, and is presented by Frank Milo Scheide.
Doors open at 18.00, for a 19.00 start.
Book for Remembering Charlie Chaplin

Marlene strides the stage again for Pride
Fri 26th Jun 19:30


Marlene Dietrich was undoubtedly a superstar of Hollywood’s Golden Era – but she also was much more than that. By constantly reinventing herself, Dietrich stretched her career over sixty years becoming a pioneering star of radio, a medal-winning war hero, a top flight international cabaret artist, a big-selling recording star and an icon for generations of gay people round the world.

Join Terry Sanderson for his highly-praised show exploring the life and career of this fascinating and complex personality. The evening culminates with a showing, on the big screen, of Marlene’s famously fabulous one-woman concert. Recorded in Australia in 1963, accompanied by Burt Bacharach and his orchestra, this is Dietrich at her peak. Don’t miss this special Pride Festival performance.
Book for Marlene here! Prices include a £1.50 donation to Pride.

Wonder Reels presents The Young Girls of Rochefort
Sat 27th Jun 19:30


Wonder Reels: a night for music and film lovers. London based dance troupe Salut Les Copines will be djing their favourite sixties records while demonstrating some fun moves on the dancefloor.
Their performance will be followed by a 35mm screening of the 1967 cult French musical The Young Girls of Rochefort, where love, songs and pastel colours rule the world. Jacques Demy’s film stars sisters Catherine Deneuve and Françoise Dorléac, together with Hollywood musical imports Gene Kelly and George Chakiris.
Get your pink jumpers on and come twist along!
Doors open at 19.00, for a 19.30 start.
Book for the Wonder Reels show

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