Registered Charity No. 263933
Note change of venue and time:
The Norwegian Church Rotherhithe, 17.30, Film start 18.15
This film, directed by Dag johan Haugerud concerns the existentail dilemmas faced by nine people at work. They are dilemmas that anyone can experience in daily life if they act with integrity and with their feelings and are thus seen as troublesome in a society where the ideal is to behave rationally. The result is a witty and tender, hurtful and quietly confrontational film that has picked up a host of awards.
There will be pre-concert drinks from 6,00-6.15, followed by a musical entertainment lasting till 9.00pm
Please use the booking slip attached to the Newsletter and enclose a cheque for £17.00 and a stamped self- addressed envelope if you cannot receive confimration by e-mail. Bookings to be received by 10 October. Tickets will be posted to you.
Unused tickets cannot be refunded.
The CharterhouseIn was founded as a Carthusina Priory in 1348 dissolved in 1571, later becoming a school and the site of almshouses. The tour, lasting 55 minutes, will be led by a professional guide showing us the highlights of Charterhouse, taking in the Great Hall where the Brothers had their meals, the Great Chamber where Queen Elizabeth I held court during the first days of her reign, Wash-house Court associated with the medieval monks of the Charterhouse and Master’s Court which reveals the opulence of Lord North’s Tudor mansion. The guide will explain the history of the site and pull out some highlights from the collection.