Join us for our last event in this pop up cinema from Birds Eye View and The Extraordinary Travelling Film Show in an awesome former fire station in Vauxhall Zone 1 - what better film to show than this summer's blockbuster WONDER WOMAN, plus special guest introduction from The Women's Equality Party, and popcorn/organic pizza/wine + beer to enjoy pre- and mid-show.

The venue is a former fire engine workshop now called The Workshop, a temporary community space for arts and culture, on Lambeth High Street, and one of the biggest original industrial spaces in London.

We are showing the hit of the year, WONDER WOMAN, the biggest ever film directed by a woman, Patty Jenkins, and one of 2017's biggest global smashes (and a glass ceiling breaker to boot).

Tickets include a free bottle of Evian's Fruit and Plantes.

The film will be preceded by a Channel 4 Random Acts 3 min film by a woman, and then Mia Bays who runs Birds Eye View and is a film producer of 12 features/4 shorts including Oscar winners and 4 BAFTA nominees will set the scene for the evening.

We are also delighted to welcome Deborah Mason, a founder member of The Women’s Equality Party, to do an introduction for the film. The Women’s Equality Party are proud to focus on equality for women and also understand that there are many forms of inequality. They ensure the party and policies are informed by the views and experiences of those doubly or trebly disadvantaged, by their gender and by other factors such as ethnicity, age or disability. Deborah Mason is a multi-disciplinary artist and cultural and political activist. She is the treasurer of the Lambeth Branch of the Women's Equality Party and the Chair of What Next? Southwark.

Join us from 7pm as the Migration Museum (a terrific and moving pop up museum in the same space, about the artistic response to the migration crisis) is open specially for our guests before the film starts at 8pm.

Where and when?


About the Venue

The Workshop
Tuesday 26th September
7pm doors open, 8pm film starts, 9:45pm Q&A

The Workshop
26 Lambeth High Street
Vauxhall, London

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The Workshop is a temporary community and events space in the heart of Lambeth created and managed by regeneration specialist U+I. The 2000sqm space was once the fire engine workshops of the London Fire Brigade and is now home to charities, social and start up enterprises and artists, all with creativity at their heart. For more information click here.

We’ll be serving a free bottle of Evian's Fruit and Plantesand other soft drinks will be available. There will also be freshly made pizza from a local baker, popcorn and homemade snacks. 

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Tickets are limited and will be £2 more on the door.