These events are enjoyable, informal and sociable with no prior knowledge of the films necessary and opportunities to gain insights into many different aspects of film via a combination of input, informal discussion and a variety of fascinating film clips. Close-Ups are held at Thoresby College on the South Quay.
▓ Social Events
▓ Other Events
▓ Thursday 30stMay 7.30-9.30pm AN INSIDER’S VIEW OF THE FILM INDUSTRY – CANCELLED
▓ Saturday 15thJune DAY TRIP TO LINCOLN
▓ Thursday 8thAugust 6pm PRE-FILM MEAL AT THE RIVERSIDE
▓ Thursday 12thSeptember 6.30pm CELEBRATION OF THE CLUB’S 9TH BIRTHDAY
▓ Thursday 26stSeptember 7.30-9.30pm THE FILMS OF DAVID LEAN
▓ Friday 25thOctober 7pm for 7.30pm FUN FILM QUIZ
Thursday 30thMay 7.30pm
An Insider’s View of the Film Industry
Introduced by John Morgan-Tamosunas
Unfortunately we have had to cancel the close-up An Insider’s View of the Film Industry on Thursday 30th May as John Morgan-Tamosunas is unable to come on that day.
Day Trip to Lincoln
Coach trip to The Collection in Lincoln, where we will see the film “The Happy Prince” in the afternoon. The film was released in 2018 and written and directed by Rupert Everett, who also plays Oscar Wilde, the subject of the film. The cast includes many well-known names such as Colin Firth, Colin Morgan, Anna Chancellor, Emily Watson, Tom Wilkinson and Ronald Pickup.
We will leave King’s Lynn at 8:30am and will arrive back about 8pm, which will give time to wander round Lincoln before the film. The cost will be £12.50 for members, who may bring one non-member (£15). Booking is essential using the Booking Form e-mailed to members.
Thursday 8thAugust 6pm
Pre-Film Meal At The Riverside Restaurant
More details here later
The menu and booking information will be e-mailed to members nearer the event
Thursday 12thSeptember 6.30pm
Celebration of the Club’s 9th birthday
We invite you to celebrate the Club’s birthday from 6:30 pm on Thursday 12th September with cake and fizz at Crofters before the film. We look forward to seeing you there.
Thursday 26thSeptember 7.30pm
The Films of David Lean
Introduced by Sue Burge
An exploration of British director David Lean’s astonishing career which spanned over forty years and divided into two distinct periods. We will look at his early very British films such as In Which We Serve and Brief Encounter, as well as considering the epic films he directed later in his career such as Dr Zhivago. A perfectionist, Lean’s legacy is an enduring one.
7pm for 7.30pm start
Fun Film Quiz
Hosted by Paul Thompson
Full details will be here nearer to the event. Pre-booking is essential to guarantee your place
Please let us know if you have any requests for future events.