Vauxhall Cinema Club returns with comedy classic Postcards from the Edge during Pride week

Vauxhall Cinema Club is back for its last film screening of the season on Wednesday 5th July with Postcards From The Edge, written by and based on the memoirs of the late Carrie Fisher. Starring Meryl Streep and Shirley MacLaine, the cult comedy is as outrageous as it is hilarious and will be shown during the Pride in London festival.

It follows Suzanne, a Hollywood actress recovering from alcohol addiction who, leaving rehab, is advised to stay with her mother Doris. With Doris hooked on the bottle herself the comedy is a whirlwind tale of sobriety and the nuances of family drama, directed by Mike Nichols.

The film is brought to Vauxhall’s The Workshop from The Extraordinary Travelling Film Show who establish pop-up cinemas in the strangest of places, and Birds Eye View, a group which aims to celebrate the contribution of women to film. Vauxhall hasn’t had a cinema since the 1970s, so it’s your one and only chance to catch a film in the area!

The Worskhop was, unsurprisingly, a workshop for fire engine manufacturers, and will host a Q&A following the screening. Tickets include a free mocktail to sip on while Birds Eye View member and Vauxhall resident (not to mention Oscar winner and twice BAFTA nominated) Mia Bays answers all your burning questions.

Where: The Workshop, Vauxhall
When: Wednesday 5th July
Tickets: From £10

Book tickets via The Extraordinary Travelling Film Show’s website here