The Alfred East Gallery has reopened to the public with temporarily reduced opening hours of 11am – 3pm. Entry is FREE Tuesday to Saturday. To begin with, there will be one exhibition at a time. Due to the ongoing situation with Coronavirus, and the guidance from the government, all council hosted events have been cancelled for the foreseeable future. The Manor House Museum will remain closed to the public for the time being.

Film Night – Harold and Maude
29th November 2019

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Films start at 19:00. Refreshments served from 18:45. Book in advance to avoid disappointment

“A lot of people enjoy being dead. But they’re not dead, really. They’re just backing away from life”

A romantic comedy like no other. Harold is young, suicidal, and likes to attend the funerals of strangers. Maude is 79, carefree, and enjoys stealing cars and playing the banjo. Together, they form one of the most unforgettable relationships in cinema.

Uplifting, rebellious, and featuring the iconic music of Cat Stevens, Harold and Maude rode the new wave of American cinema in the 1970s, brushing aside the old studio system as an explosion of young creative talent came to the fore.

Certificate Age Rating: 15
Tickets: £10 (£8.50 KLP/students)
Refreshments included

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