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Olympic Studios

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117-123 Church Road, Barnes, London, SW13 9HL
  • Telephone 020 8912 5161
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  • Website www.olympiccinema.co.uk
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Dan Keel - Swan: Portrait of a Majestic Bird

Dan Keel - Swan: Portrait of a Majestic Bird

Dan Keel is a nature author, freelance journalist and wildlife photographer.  In Swan: Portrait of a Majestic Bird, he explores the beauty and the mythological power of the mute swan, one of Britain’s most iconic birds.  Swan looks beyond the natural world of these regal birds and discusses how they have been portrayed in myth, art and culture for millennia.  In conversation with local wildlife photographer Andrew Wilson , well-known for his beautiful books of the local area.

Ticket only is £10 and Book with Ticket is £17.50 giving a 25% saving on the book price.

Sat 24 Sep

£10–£17.50

Patricia Hodge with Michael Billington - Special Screening Event - Taking the Page to the Stage

Patricia Hodge - From the Page to the Screen

Patricia Hodge - leading international actress of film, television and stage - introduces an exclusive screening of some of her most interesting and demanding roles.  In conversation with theatre and film critic Michael Billington, she talks about the challenges of taking a character, inspired and adapted from the written page, and bringing them to life on stage and screen.

Screenings will include a variety of excerpts from films such as Betrayal, based on the original play by Nobel prize winner Harold Pinter and made in 1983.

Tickets are £15 each.

Sun 25 Sep

£15

The Olympic opened as a cinema in 1906 but is perhaps most famous as a recording studio used by The Beatles and Spice Girls.

It became a cinema again in 2013 with a Scandi interior and seating that aims at style and comfort.

There is a restaurant and members bar for the many Barnes locals.

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