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12 February 2020The Cinema Museum

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The Cinema Museum
Wednesday 12 February 2020


2 Dugard Way, Lambeth, London SE11 4TH  11am

The cinema is situated in kennington and is a charitable organisation. It was founded by Ronald Grant and Martin Humphries, from their own private collection of cinema history and it is housed in the former Lambeth Workhouse. The workhouse has a link in cinema history as Charlie Chaplin was based there as a child. The museum’s collection shows cinema going from the earliest days to the present. It holds examples of every gauge of film projector, amateur and professional, ever manufactured. The collection of film memorabilia includes posters, art deco cinema chairs, ushers’ uniforms from 1940s and 50s, hundreds of books, one million plus photos and 17 million feet of film.

Book at January or February meetings with Anita Goodall: Tel 01689 855124 or emalil or visit the website

How to get There. Train to Elephant and Castle. We will meet at the station at 10.45am to be guided to the museum a six minute walk away.

Tickets cost £10 non-refundable

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