Join us for a special pre-screening of Red Joan at Palace Cinema Kino on Wednesday 27th March at 5.45pm.
Judi Dench and Sophie Cookson portray the woman who passed the key to Britain’s atom bomb to the Soviet Union in this drama, inspired by the true story of KGB spy Melita Norwood.
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About Red Joan
Starring: Judi Dench, Sophie Cookson, Stephen Campbell-Moore and Tom Hughes
“No one suspects us because we’re women,” smiles one feminine conspirator to another in Trevor Nunn’s wartime spy drama Red Joan.
Never mind all the espionage and atomic physics, this movie is really about the dangers of underestimating women. Our Joan is patronised in two different eras of her life, both as the pensioner charged with treason and as a demure Cambridge scientist in the 1940s, who slips nuclear secrets to the Soviets on the sly.
WHEN & WHERE:
Wednesday 27th March 2019
45 COLLINS ST
TICKET PRICE: $40
5.45pm: Refreshments served
6.30pm: Guests seated
Bookings essential via TRYBOOKING:
(no ticket transactions on the night)
Rod: 0438 318 669
Gayle: 0421 348 011
RSVP by midnight Sunday 24th March 2019
Collins Place Car Park offers Kino Cinema guests free parking for the first 2 hours and then $5 per hour thereafter up to 4 hours. Located at 72 Flinders Lane, entering Flinders Lane from Spring St, the Collins Place Car Park is approximately 50 metres down on your right.
Patrons must validate their parking ticket at the box-office for discount. Discount does not apply to pre-paid parking.