Bussey Building/ The CLF Art Cafe

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  • Address:

    133
    Bussey Building/ The CLF Art Cafe Rye Lane
    London
    SE15 4ST

  • Venue phone:

    020 7732 5275

  • Venue website:

    www.clfartcafe.org

  • Transport:

    Rail: Peckham Rye

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The Breakfast Club

Seminal teen movie about five kids kept in detention who forge an unbreakable friendship.

  • Thu Sep 18:

    • 20:00

Breakfast at Tiffany's

Rating: 3/5

Asked what he disliked about the 1961 movie of his novella, Truman Capote replied: ‘Oh God, just everything. It made me want to throw up.’ He’d wanted Monroe for Holly Golightly, his goodtime girl who relied on the kindness of rich gentlemen-friends....

  • Thu Sep 25:

    • 20:00

Casablanca

Half the world can repeat half the dialogue of Curtiz’s great wartime (anti-)romance, re-released in a new digital restoration for Valentine’s Day, and half of Hollywood’s scriptwriters worked on it. If Peter Bogdanovich is right to say the Bogart pe...

  • Tue Sep 23:

    • 20:00

Dirty Dancing

After 2004’s straight-to-DVD sequel, the superior original is re-released, digitally restored, to mark the film’s twentieth anniversary. Aside from making fans feel very old, this is also likely to make them feel just as jubilant and light-footed as...

  • Tue Sep 30:

    • 20:00

GoodFellas

Scorsese's fast, violent, stylish mobster movie is a return to form, De Niro, and the Italian-American underworld. But in following, from '55 to the late '70s, the true-life descent into big-time crime of Henry Hill (Liotta), he and co-writer Nick Pi...

  • Fri Sep 26:

    • 20:00

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Rating: 4/5

While other filmmakers get their hands dirty in kitchen sinks, Wes Anderson surely slips his into luxury cashmere mittens. His films overflow with intricate detail and make no pretence of existing in a world other than their own, just-about-earthboun...

  • Wed Sep 24:

    • 20:00

Grease

Digitally remastered print of the classic musical centred on Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson, the bad boy and the good girl of Rydell High, who fall in love one long, hot summer to a toe-tapping soundtrack of memorable hits like You're The One That I Wan...

  • Fri Sep 19:

    • 20:00

Saturday Night Fever

Poor Italian-American boy Tony Manero works in a paint shop by day but comes alive at night (especially on Saturdays), clad in his finest threads. He enters a high profile dance competition and forsakes his girlfriend Annette in favour of the more ta...

  • Sat Sep 27:

    • 20:00

Top Gun

Testosterone-fuelled action adventure charting the fortunes of a cocky air force pilot with the hots for his sassy female instructor.

  • Sat Sep 20:

    • 20:00

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S. Akhtar

If you like the bare-brick chic of Shoreditch, then you will feel right at home at this old building converted for use as an arts centre. We went to watch CHILDREN OF FATE, an adaptation of a lauded Argentinian play that chimes as much with Cameronian Britain as is does with Argentinian socio-economic upheaval. A quick drink at the rustic bar which is settled at the back of a cafe/room that doubles as a stand-up venue and screening room. Lots of unmatched furniture, sofas, stools, tables, give a cool laid back homey feel. I would come back just for a drink and a bite to eat (try the sausage and apricot rolls). You can take the drinks down to the courtyard at the front entrance where there is also seating, tables and twinkly lights. The play itself was in a room converted to a theatre with the 'stage' on the floor level and raised seating facing it. There is a pillar in front of two of the middle seats but otherwise the views were excellent and the designers and actors made good use of the room throughout the play. There is a lift if you have trouble walking up to the 3rd floor. I really like this venue and their work. The people are lovely and they are making an effort to make this a really great cultural centre. This was an unexpected event for me, as a friend invited me and I had never heard of this place but it has to be my find of the year.