Event: Peter Butterworth – His Untold Story

On the 23rd March 2019, we are very proud to welcome Tyler Butterworth to the award winning Cinema Museum to present his one man show about his father, the much loved and missed comedy actor Peter Butterworth.

The evening will be introduced by Misty Moon’s El Presidente Robin Askwith and the Q&A after the show will be hosted by our resident MC Linda Regan.

The poster was designed by Sam Bessant and will be available on the night in a limited edition run of 20 signed by Tyler, Robin, Linda and Sam.


Event: An Evening With Martine Beswick

On Saturday the 8th December we are holding the last Misty Moon gig of 2018 at the award winning Cinema Museum in Kennington. An Evening With Martine Beswick, with a special screening of Doctor Jekyll and Sister Hyde before the main event.

This exclusive painting has been designed to celebrate the event by the celebrated artist Graham Humphreys. Graham has printed a limited run of 30 A3 copies of the print that will be signed by both himself and Martine and available on the night.

Event: The Misty Moon Film Festival – FINALISTS

The Misty Moon Film Society is so proud to announce the FINALISTS for this year’s Misty Moon International Film Festival that will be held at the prestigious Cinema Museum in London on Saturday the 29th October in front of our special guest judges
The Finalists are in no particular order:
The Tour – Directors Damon Rickard, Alex Mathieson
Rats – Director Mark Logan
The Barber’s Cut – Director Mark Brocking
Ghost Nets – Director Mark Bousfield
Surgery – Director The Clemens Bros
Cowboy Ben – Director Scott Rawsthorne
Hada – Director Tony Morales
Nasty – Director Prano Bailey-Bond
Cold Caller – Director Philip Cook
The Werewolf’s Greatest Hit – Director Jim Zounis
& a very special cast and crew screening of:
The Neighbours – Director Mark Vella

The Misty Moon International Film Festival - Finalists

The Misty Moon International Film Festival – Finalists

Event: The Misty Moon International Film Festival – 29th October 2016

Calling all Film Makers:

The Misty Moon International Film Festival is back on Saturday the 29th October 2016.  Set in the atmospheric Cinema Museum in London, with special guest judges this is one festival you do not want to miss.  Open to all genres, you can submit your films by clicking the link below:


Here is a promotional video recorded by Henry D.C. Williams at the first The Misty Moon International Film Festival Halloween 2012

Event: Celebrate 50 Years Of Carry On Screaming – 19th March 2016

Celebrate 50 years of Carry On Screaming at The Cinema Museum on Saturday the 19th March with a special screening of the film at 5pm and then an evening dedicated to the legendary Fenella Fielding at 8pm.  Fenella will start the evening off in style with a recital of something very special and then she will take part in a Q&A. There are limited tickets available for this unique event.


Video: Lost Soul – A Film By Robo Films

From the people that brought you “The Landlady” Robo Films presents “Lost Soul” a micro horror starring Bond Girl Nina Muschallik and introducing Alicia Doe. Filmed entirely on location at Brockley cemetery in November 2015.  A fabulous film written and directed by Jason Read. Premiered on Saturday the 13th February at The Cinema Museum as part of a retrospective of work by Robo Films and Rory O’Donnell, Lost Soul has a slight nod to Friday the 13th………..

News: FlatPlanet Sponsor “A Day In The Lives Of Frankie Abbott”

The Misty Moon Film Society are so proud to announce that FlatPlanet are the official sponsors of “A Day In The Lives Of Frankie Abbott”. FlatPlanet has been the regular home for our unique events since June 2014 and we are delighted with this news. 

In the heart of Soho, FlatPlanet is a fabulous quirky place that serves superb coffee, flatbreads and tapas. This is a must for lunch, dinner or just to chill out over a coffee and a piece of cake, Karen and the team will always look after you.

FlatPlanet, 39 Great Marlborough Street, London, W1F 7JG Tel: 0207 734 3133

“A Day In The Lives Of Frankie Abbott” opens at The Phoenix Artist Club on Wednesday the 20th April 2016.

"A Day In The Lives Of Frankie Abbott"

Events: February’s Stars Are Very Bright

As Winter takes it’s grip and the night’s are dark and gloomy, The Misty Moon Film Society offers the best in comedy legends and Mr Showbiz himself.

On Saturday the 6th February Perry Benson star of This Is England, Benidorm, Oh Doctor Beeching, Sid & Nancy will be at FlatPlanet talking about his career and meeting the audience. 

Tickets on the door or in advance at http://www.wegottickets.com/event/337019

On Saturday the 20th February it is “Power To The People” with the Tooting Popular Front when we are hosting a special evening with Barry aka Mike Grady. Mike has starred in Citizen Smith, Holby, Doctors and Last Of The Summer Wine.  This is a very rare chance to meet Mike.

Tickets in the door or in advance at: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/337341

Ladies get ready to throw your knickers on the stage for this one.  We bring you Mr Showbiz himself Jess Conrad OBE at The Cinema Museum on Saturday the 27th February. Jess will be performing his one man show with the help of Misty Moon’s MC Chris Collins at 8pm, but before the main event there is a special screening of the cult classic Konga at 5pm. Tickets available on the door or in advance at:



Venue: The Phoenix Artist Club

The Misty Moon Film Society is proud to announce that we will be holding our unique events at the prestigious Phoenix Artist Club in Covent Garden on the first Wednesday of every month from May 2016.

Turn onto Phoenix Street, off Charing Cross Road and you should spot the entrance to The Phoenix Artist Club and as Dick Van Dyke said in his best Cockney in Mary Poppins: “That there is what you might call a doorway to a place of enchantment.”  This is a fantastic venue and is perfect for The Misty Moon Film Society as it is so showbiz. More details to follow soon.


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The Curator & The Honorary Patron David Barry



The Curator & The Honorary Patron Judy Matheson

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The awarding winning Phoenix Artist Club


The Curator Stuart Morriss