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OTHER FESTIVAL EVENT TICKETS AND ENQUIRIES
Tickets or any questions regarding the following events can be made through the venue and details listed under each event.
ARCHIVE EVENINGS AT THE WHITE BUS CINEMA
WEDNESDAYS 15TH AND 22ND SEPTEMBER
7PM (DOORS AT 6:30PM)
THE OLD WATERWORKS
Every Wednesday, at our White Bus Cinema in The Old Waterworks arts centre, we screen material from our extensive collection of ‘real’ film: 8mm, 16mm and 35mm. We start with an hour of shorts and documentaries and then, after a break, during which refreshments are available for purchase, we screen a full length feature film. This is a fun, volunteer-led evening, for which we only request a donation of £2 to help with our running costs. The feature will be announced one week before.
CULT NIGHT FILM SHOW
FRIDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER
TICKETS : £5 : 7PM (DOORS AT 6:30PM)
THE WHITE BUS CINEMA, THE OLD WATERWORKS
Limited seating. Over 18s only
Alone in the Dark: A Century of Stalk and Slash, in association with The White Bus Cinema, presents this double bill of theatrical horrors.
EVIL LAUGH (1986)
Ten years ago an orphanage mysteriously burned to the ground, amid accusations of child molestation. It has been rebuilt, and a benevolent doctor turned pediatrician brings in a bunch of med-students to transform the place from an institution into more of a foster home. But where is the owner, and who is that lurking around??
plus CHEERLEADER CAMP (1988)
Attending a summer camp for cheerleaders, Alison is having bad nightmares. Her boyfriend has followed her, but seems more interested in the other girls. Then they start being found, brutally murdered... No wonder this slice of 80s sleaze is also known as Bloody Pom-Poms!
For further information, contact email@example.com
SECRET CINEMA AT THE VULCAN: BATTLE OF BRITAIN
UK : 110mins : 1969 : Over 12s only
Directed by Guy Hamilton
SATURDAY 25th SEPTEMBER : 8PM (DOORS AT 6.30PM)
HANGER 5, LONDON SOUTHEND AIPORT
TICKETS: £14 Available at avrovulcan.com
FREE PARKING (information pack with tickets)
A screening of Battle of Britain (1969) the all-star epic notable for its spectacular flying sequences, many of which were filmed in the skies over south-east England. As RAF Rochford, London Southend Airport was an RAF Fighter Command base during the Battle, so this is a unique opportunity to see the film at an airfield used by ‘The Few’.
Gates open 6.30pm : Film screens at 8pm : £14 : Hanger 5, London Southend Airport Further information and bookings: avrovulcan.com
OPEN DAY AT THE CINEMA THEATRE ASSOCIATION ARCHIVE
SUNDAY 26TH SEPTEMBER: 10AM TO 4PM
TICKETS: FREE ADMISSION
The Cinema Theatre Association is a hobby group for enthusiasts of cinema architecture. In March 2019 the Association’s Archive moved to Rochford, and volunteers have been busy setting up displays of cinema memorabilia – including an extensive display of Southend area material kindly donated by local cinema historian Roy Dilley.
So do join us to take a look back at a time when 'going to the pictures' was more than just going to the cinema!
Further information: David Simpson: 01702 464733 / 07754 391163 The Cinema Theatre Association Archive, Unit 1, Millhead Way, Purdeys Industrial Estate, Rochford, SS4 1LB
Ample car parking. Note: The first floor Archive is reached by stairs: there is no disabled access.