Launched on 16 July with a screening of Twenty Feet From Stardom, about backing singers who supported the likes of Mick Jagger, followed by Q&A with Andrea Grant who has been a backing vocalist for Robbie Williams, Lisa Stansfield and Strictly Come Dancing, the Croydon Rhythm ‘n’ Views Festival continues until 30 July.
Wednesday 20, Friday 22, Saturday 23 July. 11am & 2pm. Family Matinees. Annie and Grease.
Film Club, Thornton Heath Library, 190 Brigstock Road, Thornton Heath, CR7 7JB. Booking essential. For details telephone: 020 3700 1023.
Saturday 23 July. 7pm. Get on Up (Dir. Tate Taylor) (12A)
Bio pic about James Brown.
Project B Cafe, Middle Street (off Surrey Street) Croydon.
Monday 25 July. 7pm. Basically, Johnny Moped (Dir. Fred Burns, 2013) Plus, live music night.
Matthew’s Yard, off Surrey Street, Croydon, CR0 1FF
Free. Suggested £3 donations (on the door). More info and booking: www.clubsoda.org.uk
Tuesday 26 July. 11am-1pm and 2pm-4pm. A Moment to Move (Dir. Georgia Parris) (PG) Screening plus Q&A with the director plus Ways of Seeing (Dir. Jasmin John)
Film Club, Thornton Heath Library, 190 Brigstock Road, Thornton Heath, CR7 7JB.
Booking : email@example.com
Tel: (Film Club): 020 3700 1023 R&V FF: 07598 195050
Friday 29 July. 7pm (doors 6pm). The Gospel (Dir. Rob Hardy) (PG)
Hall 1, West Croydon Baptist Church, Whitehorse Road (corner with St James’ Road), Croydon, CR0 2JH.
Free but book at
Saturday 30 July. 7pm (doors 6pm). Buena Vista Social Club (Dir. Wim Wenders) (U), plus, Stanley’s Summer Fiesta of dancing and live Cuban music
Stanley Halls, 12 South Norwood Hill, SE25 6AB.
Price: £8 / £6 (members) Book tickets at