Royal Court On Screen


London theatre news: Monday 23 May 2016


Anniversaries - London West End - Theatres

As part of the Royal Court Theatre's 60th anniversary celebrations the theatre is partnering with Picturehouse Cinemas for a season of gala screenings of films that were originally Royal Court Theatre productions.

The Royal Court on Screen season at Picturehouse Central

Image: The Royal Court


Royal Court On Screen is a season of films that were originally Royal Court Theatre productions presented at Picturehouse Central, Piccadilly followed by exclusive post-screening events.


Two films - Look Back in Anger by John Osborne, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show by Richard O’Brien - have already beeen screen earlier in the year.


Upcoming films include ...


The Libertine (18) by Stephen Jeffreys (2004)


Tuesday 16 August, 7pm

Post-screening Q&A with Stephen Jeffreys and John Malkovich


Rita, Sue and Bob Too (18) by Andrea Dunbar (1987)


Thursday 8 September, 7pm

Post-screening Q&A with Lesley Manville, Lesley Sharp and Max Stafford-Clark chaired by BBC Film critic Danny Leigh


Gone Too Far! (12) by Bola Agbaje (2013)


Thursday 13 October

Post-screening Q&A with playwright Bola Agbaje


Venue


Picturehouse Central

Corner of Great Windmill Street and Shaftesbury Avenue

Piccadilly

London

W1D 7DH


Tickets


£22.50 (£19.50 for Picturehouse and Royal Court members)

Season ticket £100 (£90 for Royal Court members - must be bought through the Royal Court Box Office).


All tickets include a complimentary SipSmith Gin and Fevertree Tonic and access to the Picturehouse Central Members Bar.


Box Office


Tel: 0871 902 5755 (calls cost 13p per minute plus your telephone company’s access charge)


Email: central@picturehouses.co.uk


Links

Picturehouse Central

The Royal Court


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