The Misty Moon Film Society starts it’s Summer Season in style with 3 Bloody Brilliant events for June 2015. On Saturday the 6th June Daniel Brocklebank star of “Shakespeare In Love”, “The Hole” and now “Coronation Street” will be at FlatPlanet for an intimate evening of chat hosted by Chris Collins.
On Saturday the 13th June the legend that is Fenella Fielding will be at The Cinema Museum talking about her wonderful career. Trevor Blackman will be the Special Guest MC.
On the 27th June the ultimate cheeky chappie Robin Askwith is back for a very intimate warm up gig before The Camden Fringe Festival in August. “Ask Askwith” will allow YOU the audience to be The MC & you can “Ask Askwith” anything you like.
Tickets for all these events can be brought by clicking the links under the posters of each gig.
After a fabulous night on Saturday the 2nd May, the wonderful Judy Matheson sent this very special message to The Misty Moon Film Society. Recorded & Edited by Jason Read of Robo Films.
Robin Askwith Doing His Thing
The Outrageous MC Chris Collins & The Cheeky Window Cleaner Robin Askwith
Talking About The Confessions Films
On Saturday the 31st January The Misty Moon Film Society brought Robin Askwith To The Cinema Museum in London. Robin wowed the audience with his stories of Alan Lake, Nigel Davenport, Leonard Rossiter and Darth Vader to sold out audience. Our outrageous MC Chris Collins hosted the evening and Robin had the audience in stitches. New dates for the tour will be announced shortly and Robin will be returning to The Cinema Museum in the Autumn
The Misty Moon Film Society Presents An Audience With Robin Askwith Saturday the 31st January
The next leg of the critically acclaimed Robin Askwith Tour is at the prestigious Cinema Museum.
Come and listen to the hilarious confessions and stories by one of Britain’s best loved comedy actors. Hosted by Misty Moon’s outrageous MC Chris Collins.
We have done this show a fair few times and we still can’t get it right
Tickets available from https://billetto.co.uk/audience-with-robin-askwith
Venue: The Cinema Museum, The Old Lambeth Workhouse, Dugard Way, Kennington, SE11 4TH