Wimbledon Film Club

  • Description

    Wimbledon Film Club is a welcoming, award-winning local club, screening at the Curzon Wimbledon cinema, close to Wimbledon Station. You can watch films in a comfortable setting, discuss them with fellow club members in the Curzon bar afterwards, listen to and quiz the many guest speakers we arrange, and suggest films for our programme. If you are a fan of cinema and looking for a like-minded community in the area – we’re it.

    Screenings are on selected Tuesday evenings from September to June or July. See our website for details on the current programme. Doors open at 8pm and films start at 8.30pm. We provide film notes on the night. Carers are eligible for free tickets if arranged in advance.

    Non-members are always welcome, but if you become a member you will get a range of benefits as well as heavily discounted tickets. Membership purchases and individual ticket sales are handled via Eventbrite.

    Wimbledon Film Club is a registered charity (ref: 1117750) run for the whole community by a committee of unpaid volunteers. We are an independent, inclusive and politically unaligned club. Our charitable objectives are to advance the education of the public in the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the arts, particularly the art of film and allied visual techniques. We are a member of Cinema for All.

    For more information on our screenings, membership and ticket prices (members and non-members), please visit our website at wimbledonfilmclub.co.uk

    • Address:

    • Curzon Cinema
    • 23 The Broadway
    • Wimbledon
    • London
    • London
    • SW19 1RE


The Lady Eve
05-12-2023 At 20:30

Additional info

20:30 - 22:15
For more information and tickets, go to wimbledonfilmclub.co.uk.
  • Synopsis

    “Glorious screwball comedy” (Guardian). Barbara Stanwyck shines in this hilarious revenge rom-com: a con woman sets her sights set on a likeable rich boob (Henry Fonda). One of the finest achievements of Golden Age Hollywood’s first writer-director, Preston Sturges. “A wonderful picture set in a world of silly heirs and sharp-eyed dolls as remote from reality and yet wholly credible as that of P. G. Wodehouse” (Empire) There will be a post-screening Q&A with film historian Nick Smedley, author of ‘Preston Sturges: The Last Years of Hollywood’s First Writer-Director’.