The New Oriel Hall Social Affairs Discussion Group

filmclublogoThe club has been formed with Social Affairs at its heart, there will be occasional screening of films that would not normally be seen locally. The aim of the club is to get the audience talking, discussing and arguing with a range of subjects covering Green issues, Politics, International issues, Cultural issues. Recent discussions and screening have included Cathy Come Home, The Power of the Community; How Cuba Survived Peak Oil and We’re Not Broke.

See full list of films via Eventbrite, where you can also register for each Discussion Group. Or see the Eventbrite calendar below.

Note the Social Affairs Discussion Group club is for members only, so sign up as a member below, and pay your £2 membership fee at your first visit. There is not a charge for each Discussion Group but we will be passing the hat around at each film showing to cover costs. New Oriel Hall is letting us have the room for free but it is felt that some of the money raised should go back into the Hall coffers to help with its running costs.

The room with projector can seat a max. of 25, so it will be important to book you seat, which you can do here – it is important to unbook if you subsequently can’t come, even though it is free, to allow someone else to have the seat.

Discussion and Films topics

Paddington • Fri, 12 January 19:30
Sicko • Fri, 26 January 19:30
Atanarjuat: the Fast Runner • Fri, 9 February 19:30
Ethel and Ernest • Fri, 23 February 19:30
Looking for Eric • Fri, 9 March 19:30
Opa! • Fri, 23 March 19:30
Dare to be Wild • Fri, 13 April 19:30
Made in Dagenham • Fri, 27 April 19:30
Five Broken Cameras • Fri, 11 May 19:30
Still Life • Fri, 25 May 19:30
Dispossession – The Great Social Housing Swindle • Fri, 8 June 19:30
The Spiders Web: Britain’s Second Empire • Fri, 22 June 19:30
JFK • Fri, 13 July 19:30

To book,  click on the film title above.

The New Oriel Hall Social Affairs Discussion Group membership sign up form

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