Not content with staging live music linked to their screenings, Screen25, South Norwood’s community cinema, has now announced plans to stage live comedians.
Well, Kevin Day.
Boom! Tish! (We’re here all week…).
Day, the funniest thing to come out of Selhurst Park for a very long time (with the exception of Christian Benteke), is the star turn at Harris Academy South Norwood on January 11, part of the Croydon Comedy Festival, when he is the warm-up act for Joel McCrea and Veronica Lake in a screening of the 1940s movie Sullivan’s Travels.
Screen25 – which offers a special £2 discount on tickets for subscribers to Inside Croydon – has now made tickets available for all its screenings through to mid-January, including one or two additional shows for this month. Continue reading