Newsletter update: 27 November 2016
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Dear Supporter
As we approach December, The David Lean Cinema has a jam-packed schedule offering a total of 13 films, which is a record number. There are a wide range of genres showing including; animation, drama and documentaries. Not forgetting the additional screenings of the hugely popular I, Daniel Blake and Swallows and Amazons. We hope you feel spoilt for choice. See the full coming soon schedule.

Now Showing:

Wednesday 30 November at 1430 and 1930 sees the rescheduled screenings of the documentary biography Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words. The film has received great critical praise as indicated in his review:
"An intimate, if unanalytical, portrait of one of movies greatest talents, told in her own words and through an adroitly assembled use of fantastic home movie footage." (Empire Magazine)
Eight Days A Week

Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words
Date: Wednesday 30 November
Time: 1430 and 1930
1h 54min | Documentary, Biography

A fascinating insight – using her own letters (voiced by Alicia Vikander) and home movies – into the life and times of Ingrid Bergman.  Her stardom and the toll it imposed. Read more
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Eight Days A Week

Burn, Burn, Burn 15
Date: Tuesday 29 November
Time: 1930
1h 46min |
Drama, Comedy

This daring, female-centric road movie — a 2015 London Film Festival audience favourite. The excellent Pirrie and Carmichael (a long way from Lady Edith in Downton Abbey) are the true driving forces of a crackling, life-affirming voyage of self-discovery.  Read more
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Eight Days A Week

Ethel & Ernest PG
Date: Thursday 1 December
Time: 1430 and 1930
1h 34min | Animation, Drama

Raymond Briggs’s body of work – The Snowman; Father Christmas; When the Wind Blows – includes Ethel & Ernest, now adapted for the big screen, a 1998 graphic novel documenting the lives of his parents and his own younger self. Read more
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Coming Soon:

Due to the popularity of I, Daniel Blake we are pleased to announce a fourth screening for the biggest selling film (yet) of our 2016-17 season!

Showing on the 21 December @ 19:30 and tickets are available now, so take your seat at the David Lean.
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The David Lean Cinema: how to book
Tickets are £8.00. Concessions (persons aged 60 and over, full time students, claimants and people with disabilities) £6.50. Bookings can be made:
Online: via our website
Telephone: 'Phone 0333 666 3366 (a £1.50 charge applies, which covers any number of tickets). Note that this is specifically a Ticketsource service and staff cannot answer any queries unrelated to bookings.
In person:
At Wallace Arnold Worldchoice: at 62 George Street (close to Wellesley Road, in the part of George Street that joins the High Street). Opening hours are 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 4.30pm Saturday. There's no extra charge for cash or debit card sales but a 2% charge applies to credit card sales.
Croydon Clocktower: our Clocktower box office, located next to the Arts Bar, is open for one hour before every film. Tickets are sold for all films, subject to availability. This location is CASH ONLY.
All the above services close 2.5 hours before any particular film, with the exception of the Clocktower box office.
Access information: The cinema is accessible via a ramp and lift. Three wheelchair places are available. Email us if you wish to book a complimentary seat for a registered carer.

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