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Here’s to you Mrs Robinson: memories of the Summer of Love

It’s the Summer of Lurve at the David Lean Cinema, at least for a week or so at the end of next month, when the Save the David Lean Cinema Campaign’s regular screenings resume after a brief summer hiatus with … Continue reading

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RAF Kenley celebrated with screening of Reach for the Sky

There’s more than a sense of stiff upper lip and Battle of Britain spirit about the offerings from the David Lean Cinema for July and (a bit of) August, tickets for which have gone on sale today. For a start, … Continue reading

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Lean’s times, an Ending and Their Finest hour all on show

PHILIP HOWARD, of the Save the David Lean Cinema Campaign, previews the venue’s programme for June, which includes a discussion about the Croydon-born director with a panel including the Assistant Director on Lean’s final film This is a great time … Continue reading

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Cinema’s global offering for May includes Shakespeare’s Globe

The volunteer-run David Lean Cinema, celebrating the third anniversary of its re-opening this week, has announced plans to branch out in May, with special screenings of Twelfth Night, performed in The Globe Theatre on the South Bank by an all-male … Continue reading

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Celebrations as cinema campaign marks third anniversary

The corks will be popping in the Clocktower next week, as the David Lean Cinema Campaign marks the third anniversary of the cinema reopening. Patrons attending the screenings of Lion next Thursday will be invited to celebrate with a complimentary … Continue reading

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Arthouse cinema picks its Oscar-winners well by Moonlight

There’s no Oscar envelope bungling at the David Lean Cinema, where the first film up for viewing in April at the arthouse cinema (and chosen by the David Lean Cinema campaigners before Sunday night’s embarrassment) is the Best Picture-winner, Moonlight. … Continue reading

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David Lean Cinema-goers are going ga-ga for La La Land

Not since the David Lean Cinema re-opened has excitement over an Oscar-nominated film seen its first two screenings at the 60-seater arthouse venue sold out – even before the tickets went on general sale. But that’s what has happened with … Continue reading

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