Amelie on Rugby Street

19 August 2009
Ben Pentreath

What is that yellow poster on the corner of Rugby Street & Lambs Conduit?












ROLL UP ROLL UP for the Rugby Street Film night! On Thursday 27th August at 8.30 pm we are transforming the street into an open air movie theatre for one night only…. The screening will be French classic starring Audrey Tatou and Mathieu Kassovitz, Le Fabuleux destin d’Amelie Poulin.  

The street is being closed to traffic, with a giant screen half way down Rugby Street… George May & team from pyjama pictures of Bath will be our professional projectionists.  

So please arrive any time after 7.30, bring your chair/cushion/blanket, picnic, popcorn, drinks, friends, umbrellas, and have a starlit (we hope) movie night on us. We hope to have a little pre-movie entertainment and those fabulous girls from French’s Dairy will be the the most glamorous cigarette girls you have ever seen!  

Admission is free but we’ll be raising a collection for the Holborn Community Association and Christopher Hatton Primary School.

We look forward to seeing you there…


3 comments on this post

Geoff Harrisonsays:

What a wonderfully splendid evening.
More of it please.
Ou? Quand?

Jo Eggsays:

It was a magical evening. Thank you so much

Congratulations on having a wonderful idea, then putting it into practise, and to the benefit of the community.

Not just a really beautiful lust-after shop, then, but lovely actions too.

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