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FILMS AT THE FARM
3 October, 2015 @ 7:00 PM - 10:00 PMFree
THE CLITTERHOUSE FARM PROJECT are holding two FREE outdoor film nights outside the front of the Farm in Clitterhouse Playing Fields, Cricklewood, NW2. The Blues Brothers on 26th September and Grow Your Own on the 3rd October.
Saturday 3rd October – 7pm
GROW YOUR OWN (2007)
Gardeners at an English allotment are shaken up when a group of refugees are given plots there.
“A gentle, astute, life-affirming British comedy.”
Leigh Singer, Film Four
This is not a ticketed event however seating will be limited and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Please submit your details on our Eventbrite form below to let us know you are coming. This will help us keep track of how many people are coming.
Is the event free?
Yes! However we will be asking for donations. There are substantials costs for putting these events on, so we will greatly appreciate donations.
Do I need to book a ticket?
This is not a ticketed event however seating will be limited and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Please submit your details on our Eventbrite page to let us know you are coming. This will help us keep track of how many people are coming.
Is there an age limit to enter the event?
These events are not suitable for young children given the start and end time. The Blues Brothers is rated 15 and Grow Your Own is rated as PG.
How long are the films?
Blues Brothers (26th Sept) is 127 mins long and Grow Your Own (3rd October) is 99 mins long. We will aim to start each film by 7.20/7.30pm.
Is there parking?
There is no parking on-site, but there is free street parking on many of the surrounding roads. However, we would strongly encourage taking public transport and walking and cycling to the event. Closest stations are Cricklewood Thameslink and Brent Cross Northern Line. The 189, C11 and 102 buses run along Claremont road and there are bus stops for either direction within two minutes walk of the farm.
Will there be seating?
Seating will be provided for up to 60 people. Bring cushions to make them a bit more comfy. You may bring your own deckchairs or directors chairs, although we may not be able to accommodate all of them if they will affect other people’s view of the screen.
Will there be a toilet?
There will be one disabled-access portable toilet on-site.
Will there be snacks and refreshments?
Yes! We will have hot and cold drinks, popcorn, sweets and other goodies for you to enjoy! Please support us to help cover our costs.
What else should I bring to the event?
Please bring warm clothes, wooly hats and scarves and a torch. We’ll be hoping for a warm evening, but there is a chance you will get chilly sitting for a couple of hours. We will have marquees for shelter and will be serving yummy hot drinks and snacks to keep you warm!