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Programme of Events

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Monday 14 September – Friday 18 September

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 Monday 14 September & Tuesday 15 September at 10:00 & 14:00

Venue: The Neville Duke Hall, Tangmere Military Aviation Museum.

‘Tangmere’s Battle Of Britain Pilots’

This illustrated talk given by the Museum’s Curator, David Coxon will be followed by a guided tour of the museum.

Choose from Morning or Afternoon sessions on either day.

(10:00-12:00 or 14:00-1600 – only 40 places available per session)

Tickets £10 – on sale from New Park Cinema only.

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Wednesday 16 September at 17:30

Venue: New Park Cinema Main Auditorium

‘BATTLE OF BRITAIN’

(The classic 1969 film)

In 1940 the Royal Air Force fights a desperate battle gainst the German Luftwaffe for control of the skies above Britain.

UK, 1969, Guy Hamilton, 128 minutes.

to be followed by:

’16 August 1940 – a critical day for

Tangmere and Fighter Command’

A 45 minute illustrated talk given by the Museum’s Pete Pitman.

Tickets £8 – on sale at New Park Cinema only.

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Thursday 17 September at 16:30

Venue: New Park Cinema Studio

‘Angels One Five’

(The classic 1953 film)

The story of an RAF fighter squadron at the height of the Battle of Britain, and its part in fighting off the might of the Luftwaffe despite overwhelming German air power.

UK, 1952, George M O’Ferrall, 98 minutes.

to be followed by:

Q & A Session with Joe Roddis

  (Spitfire squadron engine fitter during the Battle)

Session hosted by the Museum’s Director, Dudley Hooley – duration 30mins.

Tickets £6 – on sale at New Park Cinema only.

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Friday 18 September 19:30

Venue: New Park Cinema Main Auditorium

‘The Battle Of Britain At 75’

(Live by satellite)

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BBC Radio 2 presents the epic story of the greatest aerial conflict of the Second World War. This live cinema experience comes from Biggin Hill in south-east London, one of the most iconic of Britain’s fighter stations.

Tickets £15 (Friends £13) – on sale at New Park Cinema only.

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Please note – tickets for all events are available only from the

New Park Cinema Box Office.

Box Office Tel:  01243 786650

or book online at:

www.chichestercinema.org

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