Filmspot Isfield Pop Up Cinema Club: Topsy Turvy

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Saturday 27 June; doors 6.45pm, film at 7.30pm

Isfield Village Hall

Mike Leigh’s charming ‘Topsy-Turvy’, is a musical period comedy-drama about Gilbert and Sullivan. A wonderful meditation on the creation of art, Topsy-Turvy catches Gilbert and Sullivan at a crossroads in their illustrious careers. Having scored numerous hits (like The Pirates of Penzance and HMS Pinafore), they’ve reached a creative dry spot with their latest, Princess Ida. Composer Sullivan (Allan Corduner) despairs of ever being taken seriously, and vows to write a “serious” piece, much to the consternation of librettist Gilbert (Jim Broadbent), who’s flummoxed and unyielding when asked to change another of his whimsical, “topsy-turvy” scenarios. All seems lost when, thanks to his wife’s insistence, Gilbert attends a Japanese exposition in London, and faster than you can say “Three little maids from school are we”, inspiration strikes!

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Inaugural Isfield Community Film Club: Life of Pi

Filmspot and Isfield Village Hall are proud to present the first screening for the Isfield Community Film Club on Saturday 18 April, doors 7pm


Visitors to the Isfield Open Day on 21st March were asked to vote for the first film to be shown out of a choice of 5 films ‘trailered’. Life of Pi was voted 1st choice and will be shown on 18th April, closely followed by 2nd  Singin in the Rain which will be shown on 23rd May. After that the next month’s film will be selected from the audience’s votes at each monthly showing.

Bring your own refreshments for this first film showing – we will survey the audience to see if you would like us to provide a bar for future showings. Tickets are £6 each and can be purchased at the Laughing Fish PH, Isfield or contact to book.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Filmspot at Isfield Village Hall Open Day

This Saturday, 21 March, 11am – 4pm, we are taking part in an exciting Open Day event at Isfield Village Hall, where we will be talking to visitors about our upcoming community film nights. We shall also be tallying votes for the choice of film for our first film evening at the Village Hall,which will take place on Saturday 18 April.

The film choices are: Singin’ in the Rain; Belleville Rendezvous; Life of Pi; Close Encounters of the Third Kind; and The Ladykillers.

We shall also be showcasing our short film, created in our Big Draw workshop at the Crypt.

The event is free, and open to all – so why not come and cast your vote?