A Kind of Loving (1962) (12)
TICKETS: £5 (under 24’s £4)
FROM PAGE TO SCREEN 2023
A fascinating document of working class life, a stirring romance, and a candid portrayal of a struggle for a better life, John Schlesinger’s emotionally raw tale of an ill-matched couple forced to stay together is a peak of the British New Wave, and a pinnacle of the Kitchen Sink Drama.
You know, it’s a funny feeling. Sometimes I really fancy her, and the next day I can hardly stand the sight of her.
Dinner & show offer
Enjoy an evening at Bridport Art Centre’s Pantry Restaurant.
*A pre Show Supper is available with this event*
There will be an option to add your supper to your cart when you book the event.
“Adapting for the screen, whether it be a novel, a stage play, a biography, a historical event or a newspaper article, presents its own particular problems, perhaps more technical, but in no way less intricate than writing an original screenplay. I’ve spent decades ruminating on these issues, without necessarily having reached any firm conclusions, though I do by now, I suppose, have a few tentative suggestions. I’m delighted at the opportunity to visit Bridport to be able to kick some of these suggestions around.”