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/
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Audrey is returning to the greatest arts festival in the world. Yet again, Audrey will be on George Street, showing free short films all day and then at 6pm and 7.30pm we will have comedy showcase gigs "The Reel Comedy Club". Either a mixed bill of great acts or a fantastic comic doing a special one off hour (maybe their show, or maybe something different!) TICKETS FOR THE REEL COMEDY CLUB - Click Here We're currently booking performers for these evening shows. If you are interested please contact Ben - Click here. Confirmed so far... 6pm - REEL COMEDY CLUB (2nd to 25th) NEW ACTS BEING BOOKED ALL THE TIME 2nd Aug - Tom Houghton, Chris Washington, Charmian Hughes, Archie Maddocks and Jen Brister (Mixed Bill) 3rd Aug - Helen Duff, Christopher Macarthur-Boyd, Tom Lucy, Robin Morgan and Jenny Collier (Mixed Bill) 4th Aug - DOMINIC HOLLAND (Solo Show) 5th Aug - Bark and B - adult puppets, Frank Foucault, Eddy Brimson, Bennett Arron, Fred Cooke (Mixed Bill) 6th Aug - Faye Treacy, Rosie Jones, Cam Spence, Tim Renkow and Olaf Falafel (Mixed Bill) 7th Aug - Esther Manito, Joe Sutherland, Alice Fraser, Ashley Haden and Murray Hill (Mixed Bill) 8th Aug - MARCUS BIRDMAN (Solo Show) 9th Aug - Tamsyn Kelly, Benedict Pope, Ed Night, Colin Chadwick and Adam Knox (Mixed Bill) 10th Aug - Chris Stokes, Danny Clives, Jessie Cave, Nigel Ng and Luka Muller (Mixed Bill) 11th Aug - SILKY (Solo Show) 12th Aug - Nick Hall, Loud and Louder, Peter Jones, Julian Lee (Mixed Bill) 13th Aug - DAY OFF 14th Aug - Line up to be confirmed 15th Aug - FLO AND JOAN (Solo Show) 16th Aug - Barbara Nice, Vladimir McTavish (Mixed Bill) 17th Aug - Line up to be confirmed 18th Aug - Line up to be confirmed 19th to 25th - to be added TICKETS FOR THE REEL COMEDY CLUB - Click Here 7.30pm - REEL COMEDY CLUB (2nd to 25th) NEW ACTS BEING BOOKED ALL THE TIME 2nd Aug - Sindhu Vee, Rich Wilson, Eamon Goodfellow, Ian Smith and Gavin Webster, (Mixed Bill) 3rd Aug - Joanne McNally, Lou Sanders, Maff Brown, Lost Voice Guy and George Lewis (Mixed Bill) 4th Aug - Kelly Convey, Mitch Benn, Mel Byron, Ali Brice and Garrett Millerick (Mixed Bill) 5th Aug - Gordon Southern, Grainne Maguire, Anna Materowska, Jake Lambert and Bethany Black (Mixed Bill) 6th Aug - Catherine Bohart, Sarah Keyworth, Carey Marx, Sam Russell and Mawaan Rizwan (Mixed Bill) 7th Aug - Damian Clark, Josh Berry, Lorna Shaw, zazU and Chris Betts (Mixed Bill) 8th Aug - Anna Nicholson, Cassie Atkinson, Laura Lexx, Nicky Wilkinson and Chris Turner (Mixed Bill) 9th Aug - Luca Cupani, Red Richardson, Just these Please, Michelle Christine and Jacqueline Mifsud (Mixed Bill) 10th Aug - Luke Kempner, Benji Waterstones, Aiden 'Taco' Jones, Sister Mary, (Mixed Bill) 11th Aug - 12th Aug - Ola the Comedian, Oleg Denisov (Mixed Bill) 13th Aug - DAY OFF 14th Aug - Harriet Kemsley, (Mixed Bill) 15th Aug - Northern Power Blouse, Shalk Bezuidenhout (Mixed Bill) 16th Aug - HARRY AND CHRIS (Solo Show) 17th Aug - Line up to be confirmed 18th Aug - Line up to be confirmed 19th to 25th - to be added All line ups subject to change TICKETS FOR THE REEL COMEDY CLUB - Click Here
Once again, Audrey will be attending this amazing Maritime Festival in the historic town of Great Yarmouth. We attended the 2016 event and one of our significant memories was the huge queues of people wanting to experience Audrey. This year we will be showing our film about the history of the Vintage Mobile Cinema as well as some great films from the Pathe Archive connected with World War I and the Suffragettes movement.