WBF17 Programme Final - page 60

WIMBLEDONBOOKFEST 2016
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BOOK TICKETS AT
FESTIVAL
FRINGE
Fri 6 - Sun 29 October • 7.30pm
THE DEATH OF IVAN ILYICH
I’m Ivan and I’ve just died. In life I had everything,
but what did I leave behind?
Following the success of
Great Expectations,
Attic Theatre Company presents the world
premiere of an exhilarating one man
show adapted from Tolstoy’s
masterpiece.
THE SPACE, WIMBLEDON LIBRARY
7.30pm (Sun 3.30pm& 6.30pm)
£14/£12 (Tickets booked before 1st Sept £10)
Tickets & further details at Wimbledon
Library or
Wed 11 October • 7-9pm
THEDEATHCAFÉ
Run by Stephanie Nimmo
The only thing we can
guarantee in life is that we
are all going to die. If we
can get our heads around
that, then we can get on
with living. A Death Café is
an informal gathering where
people meet to eat cake,
drink tea and discuss death.
It is a discussion group
rather than a grief support
or counselling session.
It is a positive, life
affirming event which will
hopefully help you reflect on
life and how we live it.
Tues 10 October • 8.30pm
MY COUSIN RACHEL
‘A highly enjoyable mystery thriller...
Weisz owns the screen as Rachel.’
Peter Bradshaw,
The Guardian
Wimbledon FilmClub screens the latest
adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s 1951
novel starring Rachel Weisz and Sam
Claflin. The screening will be followed
by a Q&A with the film’s producer, Kevin
Loader.  Online advance booking details at
wimbledonfilmclub.com
HMVCURZONWIMBLEDON
Ticketsonsaleondoorfrom8pm,film8.30pm
Members/Students/under 25s £5
Members’ guests (up to 2 per member) £9
Non-members £12
MANSEL ROADCENTRE,
1 Mansel Road, SW19 4AA
7-9pm £4 (+fees) Age: 18+
Tickets & Info: eventbrite.
com (Death Café)
FRINGE EVENTS
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