Take two legendary co-stars, a rip-roaring boys’ own story, a fearless director and an eventful location shoot in Zaire and Uganda and you get The African Queen – John Huston’s classic adventure movie…Read more
Introduced by Imelda Staunton
1984 – Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers is on strike. At the Gay Pride March in London, a group of gay and lesbian activists decides to raise money to support the families of the striking miners.
Marcel Pagnol’s generation-spanning story continues with Jean de Florette’s daughter Manon (Emmanuelle Béart)Read more
City-bred hunchback Jean (Gérard Depardieu) brings his family to his mother’s old farm in Provence during the 1930s with plans for an idyllic life on the land…Read more
Fifty years since its original release, Cabaret has lost none of its sinister glamour and remains a glittering landmark in the history of the musical…Read more
About to flee turn-of-the-century Vienna to escape from a duel that he wants no part of, philandering concert pianist, Stefan, receives an anonymous, heart-wrenching letter which begins ‘by the time you read this I may be dead’Read more
We are sorry to announce that this month’s film show has been cancelled.
Thank you for understandingRead more
Holland (Alec Guinness), is a timid clerk who works at the Bank of England as a transfer agent for the delivery of gold bullion…Read more
To mark the 200th anniversary of Keats’ death the Primrose Hill Community Library Film club is showing Bright Star, starring Abbie Cornish, Ben Whishaw on 2 November.Read more
Primrose Hill Community Library Film Show presents What did you see during lockdown? After an 18-month absence, we are delightedRead more