Favourite cycle cafe Look Mum No Hands are screening the cycling documentary Half the Road: The Passions, Pitfalls and Power of Professional Women’s Cycling on Thursday 28 August at their Mare Street location.
View the trailer below:
“We had a sell out session at our last screening so we are arranging another night. The film explores the world of women’s professional cycling, focusing on both the love of sport and the pressing issues of inequality that modern-day female riders face in a male dominated sport. Documentary written and directed by Kathryn Bertine.
Entry will be free and all money raised on the night will be split between the Amy Dombroski Foundation and Racing Chance, both causes supporting Women’s Pro Cycling.
To attend the screening please register for a ticket and your details will be checked on arrival. Seating is limited so register early to avoid disappointment!”
Event: Screening of Half the Road
Date: Thursday 28 August 2014
Time: 18:30, for a 19:00 start
Venue: Look Mum No Hands, 125–127 Mare Street, E8 3RH, London
Booking: Tickets required, visit the Look Mum No Hands Facebook event page for details
Enquiries: Contact Look Mum No Hands, email email@example.com