Monday, April 8, 2024

 A true morality tale for the 21st Century. When British intelligence whistle-blower Katharine Gun (Keira Knightley) exposed a plot to blackmail UN member states into voting for a resolution to sanction the 2003 invasion of Iraq she found herself being charged with breaching the Official Secrets Act. Martin Bright (Matt Smith) put his career on the line and faced legal consequences to get the story published.

Join us on Thursday 18th April at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre for this highly regarded drama.

As usual doors will open at 6:30 screening at around 7:00. Covid is still stalking the land and as the temperatures drop is likely to make a bit of a comeback, so if you don't feel well please take the night off.

In keeping with the movies theme this month's wines will be:


“Whisper Rock” NZ Sauvignon Blanc, 2022

“Tread Softly” Southern Australia Pinot Grigio, 2023


“Whistle Post” Coonawarra Pinot Noir Rosé, 2021

(Whistle -blower)

“Tread Softly” Southern Australia Rosé, 2023


“Take it to the Grave” Barossa Shiraz, 2022

“Gossips” Warburn Estate, NSW Cabernet Merlot,


“Secret” de Lunés, Pays D’Oc, Les Vignobles,

Jean Jean, France, Pinot Noir, 2021

See you there.