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Lympstone Film Society: The Duke

A MONDAY MATINEE – Friday 9th December 7.30pm
Lympstone Village Hall

Christmas week starts here, on Monday afternoon in our own Village Hall, which belongs to the community. The film is introduced by Martin Fisher, the former Head of Light Entertainment for BBC Radio. And tea and cakes will be served.

Jim Broadbent is a joy as the taxi driver who stole Goya’s portrait of The Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in 1961. Don’t miss this lovely, rousing and moving film, which is Lympstone Film Society’s December showing in the Village Hall on Friday, 9th December at 7.30pm. The bar is open in the Community Room from 6.45.

This is the second of the season’s Monday Matinees. Three of our members have stepped forward to organise these daytime showings – on a screen many times larger than anything your television can offer. Sue Waite, Tina Bissett and Carolyn Southard are especially keen on the introductory talks, and have selected the programme from Martin’s own extensive collection of films.


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