After an extended break, Science Fiction Theatre returns to The Castle Cinema with three sci-fi classics as part of their SUMMER OF SCI-FI season. All shows booking now!
Submitted by Science Fiction Theatre
Science Fiction Theatre is a film club dedicated to the exploration and celebration of classic science fiction.
Launched in 2013, they have put on over 70 events at a host of venues and film festivals across London. The Castle Cinema in Homerton is their current home.
Science Fiction Theatre screenings come packed with special features, including intro talks from experts in the true science themes and backgrounds to the films, original artwork commissions for posters and postcards, and excellent programme notes.
VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED dir Wolf Rilla, 1960 at The Castle Cinema (10 JUN 19:00).
LOOKER dir Michael Crichton, 1981 at The Castle Cinema (08 JUL 19:00).
MIDNIGHT SPECIAL dir Jeff Nichols, 2016 at The Castle Cinema (12 AUG 18:30).
ALSO BOOKING NOW!
DISCOVER MORE FILM // SUPPORT INDIE CINEMA
RADIANT CIRCUS is powered by monthly subscribers. Get great rewards & help #ReviveTheDark. JOIN US!
*THE SMALL PRINT: Opinions author’s own. // As accurate as we could make it. Apologies for any errors. Updates & corrections will be made to the online version only. // Event dates/times/formats are subject to change by the venue/organiser. Events may already be sold out at the time of posting, so please click quickly. // We try to list as many original format screenings as we can (8 to 70MM), but sometimes formats change due to age of the print, availability, logistics etc, so please check ahead with your venue if the format is your thing. // All images are used in the spirit of fair use for reporting & review – no ownership is implied or intended / unless otherwise credited to RADIANT CIRCUS as the original rights holder. We will remove any images immediately upon request – just get in touch. // We don’t filter our listings by age/certification: all readers & subscribers should therefore be 18+. // Finally, we always try to follow The Carny Code by “not screwing up anyone else’s game”, but everyone can make mistakes… If something does go wrong, we will always do our best to put it right. //.