Friday, May 13, 2005

Film in Deptford

Café Crema and Fresh Films are hosting three events for the Made in Deptford Festival (More events of interest will appear as they come our way).
Fri May 20th has an outdoor screening (if the weather's good) on "terrible cult" film Withnail and I starring those two almost Doctor Who's Richard E Grant and Paul McCann. A good film, the lack of women in it not doubr being more than made up for by the burlesque usherettes dressed by squat haberdashers to the pretty things of New Cross PRANGSTA. Time is 8 until late, the screening starts at 9.00, entrance £6.00 including food (probably not cooked in a Withnail & I style. "Here hare here.")

On the Saturday (May 21st: 5-7pm) there is a free night of short films by local filmmakers. Café Crema opens from 4.30-9.30 pm for meals and drinks. Sunday (May 22nd) has live music by Belleville, and I quote a "mighty soul voice plus guitar, harmonica and sampled beats". The PRANGSTA usherettes are back, dress in your finest, the cost is £3.00 and attendees are advised to dress up.
Café Crema can reserve a total of 10 tickets over the phone (020 8320 2317, Mon-Fri 9.30-6.00.) Café Crema, 306 New Cross Road. Close to New Cross and New Cross Gate tube stations on the East London Line.

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