THE IMITATION GAME
Slaley Commemoration Hall | Friday 15th March | 19:30
Presented by Slaley Film Club
Based on the real life story of legendary cryptanalyst Alan Turing, as he leads a team of mathematicians during the darkest days of World War II to break the German’s notorious Enigma code.
Doors open at 19:00 with the film starting at 19:30
£6 including supper (no drinks included)
£3 for people aged 25 and under
Supper included in ticket price
Bring your own drinks
Book via email HERE or pay on the door (cash or card)
About Slaley Film Club
Slaley Film Club started out in 2004, inspired by the Queen’s Hall “Screen 1” initiative led by Christo Wallers. Since then they have had 19 successful seasons, thanks to the continued support of Queen’s Hall Arts and our loyal audience.
They show one film a month, usually on the third Friday, and have a summer break with no films from June to August. They also provide a supper, but not drinks, during the interval for an inclusive charge of £6.
Slaley Commemoration Hall
Venue Accessibility Information:
We are mindful of people with reduced mobility and have provided a ramp for ease of wheelchair access, handrails at the main doorsteps and accessible toilet facilities.
We are mindful of people with reduced hearing ability and have installed a hearing loop.
We are mindful of the needs of carers of young children and have provided baby changing facilities.
There are five toilets in the Hall. These are unisex units, each with their own handwashing and vanity areas. One of the toilets has full disabled access.