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Free Screening of A Clockwork Orange in London with Extras @ See Film Differently

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This year sees the 40th anniversary of A Clockwork Orange; Stanley Kubrick’s groundbreaking, four-time Oscar nominated cult classic. To celebrate, we will be hosting an exclusive screening event, on l… Read More
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6y, 3d agoFound 6 years, 3 days ago
This year sees the 40th anniversary of A Clockwork Orange; Stanley Kubrick’s groundbreaking, four-time Oscar nominated cult classic. To celebrate, we will be hosting an exclusive screening event, on location at Brunel University Middlesex where a number of key scenes were shot.

Those lucky enough to attend will be watching the film in the actual lecture theatre where Alex DeLarge was strapped down and drugged with his eyelids forced open, to undergo the experimental aversion therapy. Creepy!

The evening promises to be a premium movie experience including refreshments to a live string quartet and a special exhibition in a themed ‘Moloko’ bar. And who knows, you may even be surprised by a special guest or two…

The event will take place on Thursday 2nd June. Apply for your free tickets now by clicking on the ‘I want tickets’ button. Ticket applications close at midday on Friday 27th May

By filling in the form you will be entered into a draw to win a pair of tickets to attend the unique A Clockwork Orange screening event on 2nd June at Brunel University, Middlesex. We’ll let you know soon by email if you’ve been lucky or not!

The deadline for applying for tickets is midday on Friday 27th May
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#1
thanks for this :)
#2
Thanks :)
#3
I saw this 40 years ago and hated the violence in it, which I still remember....
#4
What an amazing film - so break away for its time - shocking? Perhaps, Thought provoking? definitely!

Also, parts filmed in my old manor Thamesmead (recognise it from Misfits??) - shame this screening isnt there!
#5
Less than 20 years ago The Scala in London had to close down after it was prosecuted for screening this.How times change.

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