Peckham and Nunhead Free Film Festivals
–Posted by Calum Sager on 12 September 2012
The Nunhead Cemetery in Peckham will become a cinema for one night this Friday 14 September, 8.30pm, when the much loved Ealing comedy classic 'Kind Hearts and Coronets' will be shown on a big screen by the ruined chapel. 'Kind Hearts and Coronets' (1949, UK, Cert U, 106 mins) is one of Britain's best-loved comedies, starring Dennis Price as the Clapham draper's assistant and distant heir to the D'Ascoyne dukedom who decides to murder everyone standing between him and the family title. Alec Guiness plays eight members of the D'Ascoyne family! The film was chosen by an online poll (narrowly beating Harold and Maude). Enjoy a classic British film in a beautifully British setting.
Outdoor event so bring whatever you need to stay warm and dry.
Doors open 7.30pm (film 8.30pm)
Subtitled event - to make film accessible to people with hearing impairments.
Tickets are not available in advance so arrive early to be sure of a place
Cycle parking for 40 bikes
150 seats provided but bring your own chair or blanket to sit on if possible
Event will go ahead whatever the weather!
For more information please click here.