Free Screening of I, Daniel Blake at The Roebuck SE14

Free Screening of I, Daniel Blake at The Roebuck SE14

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Movie Mondays: I, Daniel Blake

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The Roebuck

50 Great Dover Street, Borough, London, SE1 4YG | 30 January | 8pm | FREE

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Movie Mondays hosts a free screening of Ken Loach’s must-see Palme d’Or winner I, Daniel Blake

Every Monday, The Roebuck in Borough hosts a free film night in the upstairs lounge, showing films to suit every taste – from horror to sci-fi, family favourites to documentaries and everything in between.

On Monday 30th January, don’t miss your chance to see I, Daniel Blake – an urgent, searingly honest look at the state of our modern-day welfare state. Following the screening, there will be a talk by the people behind the Southwark Food Bank.

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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like: nice pubs, film marathons, not doing real marathons, bad comedy, plays/musicals with shorter second halves, and the Oxford comma.