CHAPLIN’S GRANDDAUGHTER PRAISES CINEMA MUSEUM AND ITS SUPPORTERS – Actor was in Lambeth Workhouse which is now museum’s home (and there’s a fundraiser tonight with Tom Burke)

Charlie Chaplin in The Immigrant - Image: The Cinema Museum The granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin has praised the Cinema Museum and its supporters for their work and efforts in keeping it open. Laura Chaplin told around 100 people at a meeting in the museum last night: "I'm super-happy to be here. "The energy in this … Continue reading CHAPLIN’S GRANDDAUGHTER PRAISES CINEMA MUSEUM AND ITS SUPPORTERS – Actor was in Lambeth Workhouse which is now museum’s home (and there’s a fundraiser tonight with Tom Burke)

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LAMBETH LABOUR COUNCILLOR APPLAUDED AT PUBLIC MEETING (I’m sorry, I’ll read that again)

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________ "If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear" - George Orwell, journalist and author. "Imprisoning journalists who write about inconvenient truths is an unconscionable blow to Press freedom - and everybody's freedom" - Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt on Twitter following the jailing … Continue reading LAMBETH LABOUR COUNCILLOR APPLAUDED AT PUBLIC MEETING (I’m sorry, I’ll read that again)

LONDON MOZART PLAYERS AT ST JOHNS: “It doesn’t get any better than this” says audience member Plus: EXPLODING CINEMA – AND A NON-EXPLODING BARRY CRYER – AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM

LONDON MOZART PLAYERS AT ST JOHN'S CHURCH, UPPER NORWOOD The LMP’s 2018 got off to a wonderful start thanks to a series of spine-tingling concerts with violin virtuoso Nicola Benedetti under the baton of Leonard Elschenbroich. We were delighted to have full houses for each concert, and audiences and players alike were entranced by Benedetti’s … Continue reading LONDON MOZART PLAYERS AT ST JOHNS: “It doesn’t get any better than this” says audience member Plus: EXPLODING CINEMA – AND A NON-EXPLODING BARRY CRYER – AT THE CINEMA MUSEUM

ALMOST 5,500 SIGN PETITION TO SAVE THE CINEMA MUSEUM IN JUST TWO DAYS

ALMOST 5,500 SIGN PETITION TO SAVE THE CINEMA MUSEUM IN JUST TWO DAYS Almost 5,500 people have signed a petition to save the Cinema Museum in Kennington - with almost 1,000 adding their signatures since this story was first drafted mid-afternoon today. The campaign has already attracted potential support from TV chat show host Jonathan … Continue reading ALMOST 5,500 SIGN PETITION TO SAVE THE CINEMA MUSEUM IN JUST TWO DAYS