Audrey returns to this wonderful event for the 2nd year. Last years on arrival we were allowed to do a lap of the famous track. Maybe we'll have another go and try and set a new 'Slowest' lap record. The Goodwood Members’ Meeting is an epic weekend of motor racing founded by Lord March, which aims to recreate the atmosphere and camaraderie of the original BARC Members’ Meetings held at Goodwood throughout the 1950s and 1960s.Audrey is very proud to be attending the 76th Members Meeting. This iconic event held in March will feature Audrey showing a collection of Goodwood themed films from the Pathe Archive. Come join us for what will be a fantastic weekend. Visit event website
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The UVFF is back for it's 3rd year! The festival is run by filmmakers and aims to celebrate the very best in indie and encourage all aspects of independent film making.After two very successful years the 2018 festival will be bigger and better! Our opening night film and another Gala screening will be at Screen on the Green. We also very excited to have The Vintage Mobile Cinema which will be based at The Alwyne Castle pub. The rest of the Festival is at The Hen & Chickens Theatre, an independent cinema in Islington, North London and the pub below will be the networking and meeting place. Visit event website
Mill Marsh Park
The Contemporary Craft Festival is an outstanding event. It offers the very best in contemporary craft nationally, attracting exhibitors and audiences from across the UK. After 10 years it is now established as one of the best events of its kind in the UK. Visit event website
Audrey is proud to be attending this wonderful event in Britains greatest Palace. This summer discover a place where music, dance and history come together at a quintessentially British Garden Party. Celebrate the glorious Great Outdoors and “all things British” with friends and family exploring the Palace inside and out. Linger at story time in the secret garden with Mary Poppins, bump into Bond, James Bond and later take the lead from our professional dancers as they lindy hop, jive and waltz the evening away. They say a little of what you fancy does you good. Unwind at the South Lawn BBQ and indulge in a cream tea, strawberries, glorious Pimms and traditional ice cream.* Perhaps walk in the footsteps of Churchill on a guided tour, play giant chess or crazy golf on the lawn and enjoy a glass of Champagne* whilst listening to the relaxing sound of a string quartet. Then spend lazy hours draped in a deck chair watching vintage cricket with live commentary from Henry Blofeld.
Audrey returns to this wonderful event near Dorchester. This will be the 5th year that we have attended the impressive festival.This festival in Tolpuddle celebrates the story of the 6 martyrs and has been running in one form or another since 1875. In it's present form the festival was developed in 1997 by Nigel Costley the new South West TUC Regional Secretary, with the help of Dick Muskett from the Workers Beer Company. Today the festival ranks with The Durham Miners Gala and Levellers Day in Burford, Oxfordshire, as one the key summer events in the annual calendar of the UK Left. Music, theatre and dance have been well represented at the festival since 1997 and the possibility of incorporating radical film into the festival has been on the agenda for many years. In 2014 the formation of The Radical Film Network and Public Domain Productionscoincided with the restoration of the Vintage Mobile Cinema and collaboration with GorillaCinema to make the ambition for film at Tolpuddle into a reality. Click here for more information
The 2nd annual Belford Arts Festival (26 July – 1 August) is delighted to pay host to the Vintage Cinema Bus when it visits North Northumberland in July. Belford is a large village a couple of miles from the picturesque North East coast, close to Holy Island and the iconic beach and castle at Bamburgh. It’s a busy, working place, with a thriving community group who organise an annual arts festival. 2017’s event featured exhibitions from Northumberland artists, music gigs in the local pubs, a choral concert in St Mary’s Church, craft and kids workshops, poetry nights, archive films from the BFI’s collection in the church hall, and theatre from the popular am dram group, The Belford Players. The festival drew locals from The Borders, as well as attracting holidaymakers and visitors from further afield. For more information: http://www.belfordvillage.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/BelfordArtsFestival/