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Silver Screen Classics
Tel: +44 (0)1773 717 353
IT WILL BE “Lights, Camera, Action” at Eastwood’s D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre as the Centre lays down the red carpet for the attraction’s first-ever series of classic film screenings. The new Classic Friday Film Club, which begins on Friday 16th March, will include a year-long programme of timeless classics and family favourites for all ages to enjoy.
The series will begin with a screening of the 2010 hit film Made in Dagenham, written by Nottinghamshire writer and D.H. Lawrence fan, Billy Ivory, on Friday 16th March.
In addition there will also be screenings of cinematic great such as Singin’ in the Rain and Breakfast at Tiffany’s, as well as firm family favourites screened during school holidays, such as Finding Nemo and E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. To celebrate an exciting year of national events there will also be a screening of the 1996 Oscar-winning film, The Queen, as well as films which capture the spirit of the London 2012 Olympics. The Classic Friday Film Club will bring the following films to the silver screen at the D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre in Mansfield Road, Eastwood on the following dates:
• Friday 16th March – Made in Dagenham, Certificate 15 (2010)
• Friday 13th April – Walt Disney’s 101 Dalmatians, Certificate U (1996)
• Friday 20th April – Singin’ in the Rain, Certificate U (1952)
• Friday 18th May – Future Shorts (6pm), a Museum at Night exclusive screening,
and Casablanca (7.45pm), Certificate U (1942)
• Friday 1st June – The Queen, Certificate 12 (2006)
• Friday 8th June – Finding Nemo, Certificate U (2003)
• Friday 20th July – North by North West, Certificate PG (1959)
• Friday 27th July – Cool Runnings, Certificate PG (1993)
• Friday 7th September – The Rocking Horse Winner, Certificate PG (1950)
• Friday 26th October - E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Certificate PG, (1982)
• Friday 16th November – Breakfast at Tiffany's, Certificate PG (1961)
• Friday 21st December – It's a Wonderful Life, Certificate U (1946)
All screenings will take place from 11.00am at the D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre, unless otherwise stated. Admission is £3.00, £2.50 with Broxtowe Leisure card and £2.00 with D.H. Lawrence Heritage Annual Membership. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
The Classic Friday Film Club is part of a varied programme events taking place at the D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre throughout 2012. The attraction’s new annual events programme is available upon request.
D.H. Lawrence Heritage is a multi-award winning visitor attraction based around two highly-acclaimed sites. The attraction brings together a museum, heritage centre, gift shop, art gallery, meeting room facility, civil wedding venue and the newly opened Colliery Bistro. Visitors can also enjoy the Blue Line Trail, a 3 mile self guided walk around Eastwood and the surrounding areas.
D.H. Lawrence Heritage, which includes the D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre and D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum, is open Tuesday to Sunday (closed Monday) from 10.00am until 4.00pm. The Museum opens at 11.00am with timed tours throughout the day beginning at 11.15am. The Colliery Bistro is open Tuesday to Sunday between 10.00am and 4.00pm.
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