Soup and Cinema
Thursday 3 June 6pm
We supply the home-made soup and excellent viewing material, you sit back and enjoy in a relaxed convivial atmosphere, with time afterwards for discussion if you wish.
Bombs at Teatime
Take a trip back in time to the 1940s. As if fighting World War II wasn't hard enough, British people had to put up with years of rationing, baths taken in a couple of inches of water and frequent outbreaks of head lice. Bombs at Teatime is a portrait of domestic life in Britain throughout one of the most extraordinary decades of our history. At times wry, affectionate and surprising, these rarely seen films from the BFI National Archive document a time of great austerity as Britain sought to retain its sanity in the shadow of war.
Duration: 80 minutes (plus tea break)
£4/£3 concessions. Numbers are limited (35 people max) so booking required (see below).
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