Film Screening: Pantani the Accidental Death of a Cyclist

Pantani: The Accidental Death of a Cyclist

One of the most popular social outings on the Social Sec’s survey was a cycling film screening. John Davies has come through for us!

John spoke to The Lexi Cinema in Willesden about showing the new Marco Pantani documentary by James Erskine. We are very pleased to say The Lexi are now planning to publicly screen it on Sunday 8th June at 3:30pm.
Adult tickets are £11 while students and seniors will pay £7.50.

The Lexi is a superb little cinema of about 50 seats based in Kensal Rise, which is right in the heart of Willesden. The cinema is run as a charity donating 100% of its profits to charity and is staffed by local volunteers. It also has a very well stocked bar too, so it couldn’t be better.

Nearest tube station is Kensal Green (Bakerloo and Overground lines) and Kensal Rise (Overground line). Free parking available in nearby streets

You can book tickets here, its worth booking early as all other London screenings sold out very quickly.

Pantani: The Accidental Death of a Cyclist

Event: Film Screening
Date: Sunday 8th of June
Time: 3:30pm
Venue: The Lexi Cinema
194b Chamberlayne Road
Kensal Rise
London NW10 3JU

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