Irregular cinema arts club in Worthing

So It Goes are a new cinema arts club, based in Worthing. They launched this year with a screening of British experimental director Andrew Kötting’s latest film ‘Lek and the Dogs‘, which was followed by a Q&A and discussion with Andrew at Colonnade House. They’re a team of three: Adam Seaman (From As Described) Sam Bourner (from Persistent Peril) and Richard Manders. Follow their Facebook page for news of future screenings.

Businesses can always benefit from being generous with their space, which more often than not – becomes vacant from around 6pm. Pop up film / cinema clubs are always on the lookout for large rooms filled with chairs. If any business wants to be linked to a local film club then just get in touch and offer up a room for an evening. The exposure you get from that club promoting their event will put your brand in front of a new audience.

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