A busy and exciting month at ActOne
Updated: Nov 7
On Friday 10th November we are excited to present a special screening of The Bystanders with live Q&A with star Seann Walsh and director, Gabriel Foster Prior.
Our National Theatre Live screenings continue on Thursday 16th November when Stephen Daldry directs David Hare's Skylight with Bill Nighy and Carey Mulligan. This will be our last theatre screening before 2024 apart from Grey Man screening on 23rd November. This chilling drama is a screened theatrical experience, written by a young writer who was brought up in Acton, Lulu Raczka. Lulu and director Robyn Winfield-Smith will be discussing the performance and inviting your questions afterwards.
We are very excited to be screening the documentary Fairytales of Growth followed by Can I Live? on Saturday18th November. Can I live? has been conceived, written and performed by Fehinti Balogun with the world-renowned theatre company Complicité. A panel discussion on climate crisis will follow the screenings.
We are delighted to welcome Homegrown part of the Ealing Film Festival on 21st November. We hope to continue to be a part of this important annual event which has already sold out! Continuing with local talent - one of our founder members, Nicola Stockley, is bringing her production Making Shakespeare - The First Folio to our cinema on 26th November. Finally, we will be screening the moving documentary Name me Lawand on Wednesday 29th November - with live Q&A with the director Edward Lovelace.
Our free evening events in the lounge continue as we welcome back the Trent Pieterse Trio for another Jazz performance on Saturday 25th November and we finish the month with the popular Open Mic on Thursday 30th November.
There is so much more as our regular programme includes the new films such as Anatomy of a Fall, Dream Scenario and Dance First.
Information on the full programme and the special events that are coming up can be found on our website at: www.actonecinema.co.uk
Some of you will already be aware that Ealing has launched its bid to become London Borough of Culture 2025, and is inviting you to get involved. Follow the link to support the bid and find out why winning would be great for creativity, art, and music in our borough.
Please, please take a minute to register your support on www.ealing2025.org