As mentioned a few weeks ago on the radio show, London’s Lesbian and Gay Film Festival is now running at the British Film Institute.
The event opened on Wednesday, March 17 and is running until March 31.
There are a whole range of events, as well as films, on offer – including a Dusty Disco in honour of Ms. Springfield herself, talks and club nights.
Tickets are still available for some of the films – check the website for availability.
The British Film Institute is situated on London’s South Bank.
Nearest Tube: Waterloo/Embankment/Charing Cross
Looking for something kitsch to do with your Friday night?
Check out Bloomsbury Bowl on Friday, March 5 for an evening dedicated to film director Quentin Tarantino.
There’ll be live music from the Sundae Kups, scenes from his films acted out around the place, and of course, his films will be screened too.
Fancy dress is encouraged, and gets you a discount into the party.
Entry is £5 (£3 in fancy dress).
Bloomsbury Bowl is located in the basement of the Tavistock Hotel, on Bedford Avenue (off Tavistock Square).
Nearest Tube: Russell Square. Euston is also nearby.
Something VERY exciting is happening!
Pinewood Studios is opening it’s doors to public movie screenings this weekend.
In true Halloween style, the event kicks off with The Omen (4pm) and The Shining (8pm). Other films to follow include Slumdog Millionaire, V For Vendetta and Harry Potter – check the link above for exact dates and timings.
A standard ticket is £35 for 1 car, or you could push the boat out and go for the VIP ticket at £55, which includes premium parking and service. Split that between 4 of you and it works out fairly reasonably!
For tickets click here
See you there – toot toot!
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