Join us this Valentine’s day at the Station Pub, Staplehurst Road SE13, the perfect setting for a series of films celebrating railways, trains, stations, railtracks, the very reason Hither Green exists.
First film of the series is the 1945 British classic Brief Encounters, which appropriately is about railways and romance. The film will be followed by a pub quiz, including some special film rounds. The film starts at 6pm.
After this first film, the rest of the program will be written collaboratively.
Is there a film about trains or railways that’s dear to your heart and you’d like us all to watch together?
Then submit your proposal, make a convincing case and we will choose from the pool of films on offer in the forthcoming weeks.
Just like a domestic scramble for the remote control, only of neighbourhoodly proportions!
Entrance is £3, participation to the quiz is £2.
Book your seat by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling on 07956 614007.
These are the titles suggested so far for the next showings, in no particular order:
– The Titfield Thunderbolt
– The General
– Night Mail
– Murder on the Orient Express
– The Taking of Pelham 123
– The Railway Children
– Darjeeling Limited
– Before Sunrise
– The Bridges of Maddison County
– This property is condemned
– The Station Agent
– The Bridge over River Kwai
– North West Frontier
– The First Great Train Robbery
– The Wrong Box
– The Great Locomotive Chase
– Cassandra Crossing
– The Train
– The Incident