Stanley invites you to bring a baby to meet old man Ove

Stanley’s Film Club has added another screening to their August programme for our Bring Along Baby strand.

They will be showing A Man Called Ove at 10.30am on Thursday, August 31 at Harris Academy, South Norwood (4 Cumberlow Ave, London, SE25 6AE).

Bring along baby screenings allow parents and carers with babies under the age of 12 months to discover quality independent cinema – without having to find a babysitter.

There’s appropriate sound levels, baby changing areas and plenty of space for prams and buggies.

Refreshments available onsite, including filter coffee, tea, water and popcorn. Adults without babies, and children over the age of one year, are not permitted to attend Bring Along Baby screenings.

A Man Called Ove features Rolf Lassgård as the quintessential angry old man next door in an acclaimed 2015 comedy from Swedish director Hannes Holm.

An isolated retiree with strict principles and a short fuse, he spends his days enforcing block association rules and visiting his wife’s grave. After a boisterous young family moves in next door, an unlikely friendship forms.

Tickets are £8 Standard/£5 members. The under-12 months go free.

For more on this and other Stanley’s Film Club events, and to book your tickets, click here

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