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King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club showing Electrical Life of Louis Wain starring Benedict Cumberbatch & The Worst Person in the World plus a quiz

King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club shall be concluding its current summer season in October with another busy month of activities. They shall be screening another two films and then towards the end of the month their popular film quiz night shall be returning.

On Thursday, October 6 they shall be showing ‘The Electrical Life of Louis Wain’, the true story of eccentric British artist Louis Wain starring Benedict Cumberbatch, whose playful pictures transformed the public's perception of cats forever.

Then on Thursday, October 27 they shall be screening the highly acclaimed Norwegian film ‘The Worst Person in the World’. This film follows Julie for four years as she navigates the troubled waters of her love life and struggles to find her career path, leading her to take a realistic look at who she really is.

The Electrical Life of Louis Wain.
The Electrical Life of Louis Wain.

Both films will be screened at St George’s Guildhall, King Street starting at 7.30pm and are free to KLCCC members.

All over-18’s are welcome to come along to any film as a day member for £5 cash on the door or details of how to become a member can be found on the club website, Facebook page or by emailing communitycinemaclub@googlemail.com.

New members are always very welcome and current membership is just £17 for a six-month season of eight films.

Louis Wain.
Louis Wain.

Finally on Friday, October 28 KLCCC will be hosting a Fun Film Quiz in the Nightingale Bar, Ferry Lane Social Club (off King St) at 7pm for 7.30pm start.

Paul Thompson will host a quiz with pictures, music and clips that will range from ridiculously easy to a touch more challenging. Teams can be up to six people so you can come as a team or join up with others on the evening.

Entry is £5 per person and booking is essential to guarantee entry as this has proved to be very popular in the past. Please contact Ros on r.harre@btinternet.com or on 01553 761890 to reserve your place.

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