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Double-bill delight

Filed: Thursday, 26th April 2012
By: Staff Writer

Cass Pennant's recently-released documentary 'Casuals' and the new Cockney Rejects film 'East End Babylon' are to be shown in an exclusive twin-billing at next weekend's Southend Film Festival.

The two West Ham-related films will be shown back-to-back at the Palace Theatre next Saturday afternoon (5th May) as part of the two-day festival, now in its fourth year. Meanwhile DJ Steve Banks will be spinning some tunes during the interlude.

Tickets for both events cost just 8 per person and may be purchased in advance by telephone on 01702 351135 or in person from the box offices at the Palace Theatre and Cliffs Pavilion.

KUMB interviewed both Cass Pennant and the Cockney Rejects recently in order to speak about their respective films; you may read both articles by visiting the following links:

Cass Pennant Interview: www.kumb.com/article.php?id=2981
Cockney Rejects Q&A: www.kumb.com/qa.php?id=28

Schedule: Saturday 5th May
(Palace Theatre only*)

11:00am: Tintin & The Mystery Of The Golden Fleece
1:00pm: Bugsy Malone Sing-A-Long
3:00pm: Resistance
5:00pm: Casuals
8:00pm: East End Babylon

* See the full festival schedule here.

Other Links

Southend on Sea 2012 Film Festival: official website
Palace Theatre/Cliffs Pavilion: official website

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