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9 March 2012

Attend the Docklands Cinema Club

Screening films on the second Friday or every month, the Docklands Cinema Club allows film-lovers to watch films in the Grade I listed surroundings of the Museum of London Docklands, a former Georgian warehouse in the heart of Docklands.

Tonight's choice is the Ipcress File, a 1965 film which sees Michael Caine cast as as a spy who caught up in a brainwashing plot in London during the Cold War. Tickets are £7 and it all kicks off at 7pm. Your author apologises in advance as at the time of going to pixel tickets were looking limited. If it sells out, please make a note for next month.

For more, see http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/Docklands/Whats-on/Adult-events/DocklandsCinemaClub.htm

1 comment:

  1. Great venue to go watch a film. So much better than a boring old cinema.

    the Ipcress file is a classic old British film which will benefit from the atmosphere of the surrounding docklands.