Tuesday, 27 March 2012

"A Tale of Two Barnets" - screening dates

If you haven't yet seen the Barnet community film "A Tale of Two Barnets" - residents' views on parking charges, adult social care charges, One Barnet privatisation, plus interviews with Barnet council CEO Nick Walkley and Barnet council leader Richard Cornelius (phew) - there are several free screenings coming up, starting tomorrow lunchtime:
"A Tale of Two Barnets" screenings – open to anyone and everyone

Wednesday 28th March, 1-2pm
New Barnet Community Centre, 48-50 Victoria Road, New Barnet, EN4 9PF

Wednesday 28th March, 6-8pm
Greek Cypriot Community Centre, Britannia Road, North Finchley N12
Includes screening of “A Tale of Two Barnets” plus the Our Barnet Residents’ Forum – all welcome!

Tuesday 3rd April, 7.30-9.30pm
The Larches, 1 Rectory Lane, Edgware, HA8 7LF

Wednesday 4th April, 7pm
Cafe Buzz, High Road, North Finchley

Wednesday 18th April, 7pm
The Wilson Room, The House of Commons, SW1A 2TT

Saturday 28th April, 7pm
The Church of the Sacred Heart and Mary Immaculate, Mill Hill Broadway, NW7
Click here for the film's website.


Anonymous said...

I just thought you ought to know that I am heartily sick of the Communist propaganda that you have been brainwashing my husband with over the last year or so. He has now gone and joined the local SWP and spends all his time hanging out with loose women on demos and protests all over the country. When he comes home, instead of helping me with the washing up he lectures me on the workers' struggle and advocating the downfall of the petit bourgeouisie. To be quite honest, I think you have turned his head with your clever talk and flirting.

Mrs David Duff.

Citizen Barnet said...

Oh, dear. He should have joined my own micro-sect (Judean People's Front). Not the SWP (People's Front of Judea). Anyway, perhaps you would like to meet up in a pub for a chat some time, Mrs D?

Anonymous said...

I think you are confusing me with that trollop, Mrs Angry?

Citizen Barnet said...

Mrs Angry could not be confused for anyone else, not with that shade of lipstick.