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London's Screen Archives and London Metropolitan Archives

As part of the Courage and Communities project, the KinoVan (a mobile cinema van) will be coming to Guildhall Yard in the heart of the historic Square Mile of the City of London.

Event

The KinoVan at Guildhall Yard
The screening will last 30 minutes and will be playing on a loop from 11.00am - 5.00pm.
FREE and unticketed

Featuring archive compilations on women worker’s rights and the suffragette movement from London's Screen Archives, London Metropolitan Archives, BFI, and a short film about the Royal Albert Hall’s role as a venue for 24 suffrage rallies between 1908 and 1918.

As part of the Courage and Communities project, the KinoVan will be coming to Guildhall Yard in the heart of the historic Square Mile of the City of London on Thursday 31 May.

The KinoVan will be screening the 30 minute long programme on a loop from 11.00am – 5.00pm. It is free and suitable for all ages.

This event is un-ticketed and seating is allocated on a first-come first-serve basis.

Portable film screen with tower in the background
© Film London

Free and unticketed - audience can be standing or seated, seats allocated on a first come first serve basis.

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Graphic silhouette of Big Ben represented in green red and blue. Text reads: London History Day
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