"Things to Come" in Isleworth

Groundbreaking H.G. Wells film in Woodlands Estate

Things to Come



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This epic film, based on the book by H G Wells, was made in Worton Hall film studios, Isleworth, in 1936, produced by Alexander Korda and directed by William Cameron Menzies.

It sarts Raymond MAssey, Ralph Richardson, Cedric Kardwicke, Pearl Argyle and Margaretta Scott.

Ed Harris, local author, will introduce the film and explain some of ground breaking special effects used. Tickets £10 (including food), starting at 8pm on Saturday 17th September.

This film is arranged by WERFA, Woodland Estate Resident Freeholders' Association, a registered charity. Contact les@lesmccallum.com or phone/text 07510 632 109 for further details.

Location map of WERFAWERFA

September 11, 2016

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