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Rare chance to meet infrared photographer Simon Marsden - Showing of the 82 minute documentary of the Twilight Hour

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The Twilight Hour - Celtic Visions From the Past is an 82 minute documentary/drama based on infrared photographer Simon Marsdens latest book of the same title. The film, directed by Jason Figgis and featuring readings by John Hurt, will be screened at The Electric Cinema, 194 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London W11 on Thursday 30th October 2003.

The event runs from 12.30 3.30pm and food & drink will be provided (Film showing at 1.30pm prompt/Food served from 12.45pm)

Simon Marsden will be present to sign copies of the book

Tickets for this exclusive event are 15 per armchair or 20 per sofa
There are 98 leather armchairs and a pair of 2-seater sofas
(only 102 tickets available)

ALL TICKETS MUST BE BOOKED IN ADVANCE
For information please phone/fax +44 (0)1507 313646
or email Simon Marsden

Visit Simon's web site at www.simonmarsden.co.uk

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