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At the Barbican: From Bombay to Bollywood

As part of the City of London Festival, the Barbican is hosting the oddly titled ‘From Bombay to Bollywood’ weekend showcasing films, documentaries and workshops .

21 June: Before Midnight – A Portrait of India on Film 1899-1947 (PG)
21 June: Bombay Railway (PG) + Introduction by director Gerry Troyna
22 June: Bollywood for Beginners Talk with Cary Rajinder Sawhney
22 June: Mother India
23 June: Sholay
26 June: Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (Those with a Heart Will Take the Bride)

Mr.R and I should be packing, but we can’t possibly miss one particular movie. I’ve seen Sholay about 21 times so far (yes, I’ve kept track) and this will be a fantastic opportunity to watch it on the big screen again, with Mr.R, in London. How cool is that? 🙂

Tickets for Sholay are almost all gone, so hurry if you want to be there.
For tickets and other info, click here.

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One comment on “At the Barbican: From Bombay to Bollywood

  1. What made you take the decisiont o move? Will be very interested to read of your experiences.

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