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Dad’s Army (U) – FREE, Inside, Subtitled

A free screening of DAD’s ARMY (1971, U) in the Old Library at Charlton House on Tuesday 13th September from 7.30pm (doors: 7pm). The evening…

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Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure (PG) 30th Anniversary screening

Sit back in Chalkpit as high school no-hopers, Bill and Ted, leap in and out of history, meeting such people as Napoleon, Socrates and Billy…

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Young Frankenstein

An American grandson of the infamous scientist in invited to Transylvania, where he discovers the process that reanimates a dead body. Respected medical lecturer Dr…

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The Dish

July 1969. Apollo 11’s astronauts will walk on the moon – and a huge satellite dish outside a sheep-farming Australian town has been chosen to…

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3rd Edition of the International Short Film Competition

And the winner is… The 3rd edition of the Charlton and Woolwich Short Film Competition will bring a selection of very exciting short films under…

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Snatch

Unscrupulous boxing promoters, violent bookmakers, a Russian gangster, incompetent amateur robbers, and supposedly Jewish jewelers fight to track down a priceless stolen diamond. Illegal boxing…

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Jargon – More Than You Ever Wanted To Know & The Joy of Essex

          Jonathan Meades turns his forensic gaze on that modern phenomenon that drives us all up the wall – jargon. In…

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Journey’s End

Based on R.C. Sherriff’s 1928 play of the same name, this 2017 adaptation gives an insight into the experiences of a group of British officers…

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This is Spinal Tap

“This Is Spinal Tap” shines a light on the self-contained universe of a metal band struggling to get back on the charts, including everything from…

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Yellow Submarine

The music-loving inhabitants of Pepperland are under siege by the Blue Meanies, a nasty group of music-hating creatures. The Lord Mayor of Pepperland (Dick Emery)…

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Until the next time……………

And so the credits rise on our second Charlton and Woolwich Free Film Festival. The numbers never tell the whole tale, but our 8 days…

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