Thursday, 21 March 2013

The Spirit of '45 at the Curzon Clevedon on 9th June

Ken Loach's new film The Spirit of '45 will be shown at the Film Club at the Curzon Cinema in Clevedon at 7.45 pm on Sunday 9th June.

After the main film the Curzon will also show a recording of a Ken Loach Q&A.

Trade Union members will be granted Honorary Film Club member status for the night and will get a discount - the ticket price will be reduced to £6.50 or £5.40 concessions.

The Curzon have also offered a £6 a head deal if we make a block booking of 20 people or more. If you'd like to attend please contact the branch on

The box office, exhibition and Lounge Bar will open at 6 pm, the auditorium will open at 7.15 pm, and the main film will start at 7.45 pm.

If you've never been to the Curzon Cinema before you're in for a real treat. The films start when they say they're going to start, the staff are really friendly, you don't get ripped off when you buy popcorn and if you're really lucky there'll be someone playing the organ.

On 10th June from 7 to 8 .30 pm the new Curzon Conversations group will be discussing the Spirit of '45, amongst other films. Ticket prices are £2.50 / £2 concessions.

For more information on the Curzon Cinema go to their website:

The film combines archive footage and interviews to explore the creation and development of social welfare institutions by the Labour Government after the Second World War. It has a strong historical feel, but also ties in with current policy debates on cuts, the privatisation of healthcare and threats to the NHS.

Watch the trailer at this link:

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