LesFlicks Film Club @ Cineworld O2
Join our friendly group of lesbian & bisexual women for our monthly film and lunch club on the last Sunday of each month.
The LesFlicks film club will meet at The O2 in Greenwich, London on the last Sunday to see an afternoon film, followed by a meal in one of the restaurants onsite to give a chance to socialise and discuss the film.
To join the LesFlicks Film Club you need to sign up using the box on the right.
When you sign up, you will be added to our monthly film club newsletter which will give you all the details of the film club.
Monday 27 May 2019
As the end of May is a Bank Holiday, and there is a mainstream film being released on 27 May with a lesbian character we are hosting an extra Manchester Film Club back a day to take place on the Monday.
The film is called Booksmart, and it is the directorial debut by Olivia Wilde.
It had some early previews on Monday 6 May and has had rave reviews. It is clever, hilarious, female-positive – this film is not to be missed so come and join us!
We will email out when the schedule is released on the previous Monday to let you know what time screening we are going to so that you can book your ticket. So make sure you subscribe to our mailing list.
Monday 27 May (Bank Holiday)
2:45pm at Cineworld O2 in Greenwich followed by drinks in The Slug and Lettuce
Join over 40 women, including women from the Meetup group London Lesbians and Queer Women.
Tuesday 28 May
6pm pre-film social in The Slug and Lettuce followed by the film at 7:45pm at the Cineworld O2 in Greenwich
Join over 20 women, including women from the Meetup group London International Lesbians.
Join the clubIf you are a lesbian or bisexual woman and would like to join our London film club, please sign up here.
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