Cinema club gets in the swing with One Way Pendulum

Cinema Ruskin, the movie club with the eclectic programme of screenings all staged at a very reasonable £2 per person, continues this Saturday with the rarely seen 1964 British comedy, One Way Pendulum, featuring the late Eric Sykes, George Cole and Jonathan Miller.

Eric Sykes stars in Saturdays Cinema Ruskin main feature

Eric Sykes stars in this Saturday’s main feature at the Cinema Ruskin monthly screening

Cinema Ruskin meets once a month in Ruskin House, the large Georgian town house at the junction of Coombe Road and Park Lane (23 Coombe Road, Croydon CR0 1BD). The venue is well-served by local buses and a short walk from East Croydon and South Croydon stations.

The programmes may be subject to change, but they will start by 8pm, while the Ruskin House club bar is open from 7pm.

On the double-movie bill this Saturday is Northern Frontier – a 1935 Mounties film featuring Kermit Maynard.

The planned programme for the coming months is:

Sat Aug 16
Step Lively (1944) musical featuring George Murphy
Phantom of 42nd Street (1945) thriller featuring Dave O’Brien

Sat Sep 20
The Mill in the Floss (1937) drama featuring James Mason
PLUS comedy shorts, including Bing Crosby; WC Fields; Laurel and Hardy; The Three Stooges

Sat Oct 18
Wrecking Crew – a 1940s drama featuring Richard Arlen

Contact Mike for further information on Cineman Ruskin on 01959 576 271


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