Name: Threlkeld Village Hall
Threlkeld, Keswick, Cumbria,
£4 (£2 under 18s)
Threlkeld is located off the A66 in Cumbria, 4 miles west of Keswick and 13 miles east of Penrith. From Penrith, junction 40 on the M6, follow signs to Keswick and after 13 miles turn right into Threlkeld Village. Do not follow your Sat Nav after this point - the Village Hall is located 0.5 mile along on the left hand side. From Keswick follow signs to Penrith and after 4 miles take the first left signposted Threlkeld. The Village Hall is 0.5 mile along on the right hand side.
My Left Foot (1989, Classification 15) is a British-Irish biographical drama telling the story of Christy Brown, an Irishman born with cerebral palsy, who could only control his left foot. He grew up in a poor working class family and became a writer and artist. The film stars Daniel Day Lewis and Brenda Fricker who both received Academy Awards. It is a partly fictional biography, adapted by Shane Connaughton and Jim Sheridan from the book of the same name by Christy Brown. The film was well received by critics and audiences alike, with Daniel Day-Lewis being universally commended for his performance as a man with cerebral palsy, and many critics and film watchers ranking his performance as one of the greatest in all of film. Threlkeld Village Hall, 3rd November, 7:30pm. Bar and Box Office from 7pm. Tickets £4 (£2 under 18s), pay on the door.
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