Sat 15 March 2014 // 19:30
Sat 15th March; 7.30pm doors; £4 advance, £5 on the door
Dir: Herbert Ross; 1972; USA; 85 mins; Cert 15
"If that plane leaves the ground, and you're not on it with him, you'll regret it – maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon, and for the rest of your life."
Woody Allen stars in (but unusually does not direct) this masterful 1972 adaptation of his own broadway play, which follows the romantic adventures of San Francisco film critic and recent divorcee Allan Felix (Allen), his best friend, Dick Christie (Tony Roberts), and Dick's wife, Linda (Diane Keaton). Interwoven with elements from Casablanca including clips, quotes and even dating advice from Rick Blaine, this is vintage Woody Allen.
Preceding the film we'll have sets from six fantastic stand-up comedians: Biska K Ali (Funny Women 2013 Finalist) and Russ Mulligan (Winner of Birmingham New Comedian of the Year 2013), Ben Thurston, Sandi Smith, Guniess Wheatly and Alex Cocker.
Tickets available in advance from Bristol Ticket Shop and Here Gallery.