Food and Film at Arthurs by Y33R7e


									                                    Programme of Events
                                     October & November 2012
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Sun 7 & Mon 8 October              Screen on the Green – Woody Allen – A Documentary
Tuesday 9th October                BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND – Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
Sun 14th & Mon 15th October        Screen on the Green – The Angel’s Share – 4 friends, 1 mission, lots of spirit
Sun 21st & Mon 22nd October        Screen on the Green – Babette’s Feast
Sun 28th & Mon 29th October        Screen on the Green – The Woman in Black with Daniel Radcliffe
Wednesday 31st October              A Touch of Terror – hosted by the man in many shades of grey,
                                    local actor Raymond Daniel-Davies
Sun 4th & Mon 5th November         Screen on the Green – The Italian Job – Classic heist with Michael Caine
Sun 11th & Mon 12th November       Screen on the Green – The Well-Diggers Daughter (La fille du puisatier)
Sun 18th & Mon 19th November       Screen on the Green – Fitzcarraldo - Werner Herzog's most notorious film feat
Thursday 22nd November             Beaujolais Nouveau Dinner – be the first to sample the 2012 vintage
Friday 23rd November               Traditional Thanksgiving Menu
Sun 25th & Mon 26th November       Screen on the Green – The Red Shoes with Moira Shearer

Film Nights at Arthur’s Screen on the Green
At our Film Nights Tony creates a menu around the subject of the film.
The evenings begin at 7.00pm when you have your starter and main course and then at about 8.30pm when
everyone has finished eating we turn the lights down and show the film. During the film we serve tubs of
homemade ice cream and a coffee afterwards. £25 per guest.
Private hire of Arthur’s on the Green
Arthur’s on the Green is a fabulous venue for private parties, wedding receptions, christening lunches,
business meetings and all kinds of celebrations.
                        Woody Allen – A Documentary
                                Sunday 7th & Monday 8th October 2012, 7pm

2011, USA, 113mins, Cert.15
Dir: Robert B. Weide
*Documentary about filmmaker, actor, comedian and musician Woody Allen, made as part of the long-
running American Masters biography series and originally broadcast in two parts. Allen's life is chronicled
from his Brooklyn childhood and early career in television and stand-up comedy through to his prolific
filmmaking career. The film follows Allen over the course of a year and a half and features contributions
from family, friends and stars who have worked with him including Diane Keaton, Dianne Wiest, Scarlett
Johansson, Sean Penn, Mariel Hemingway and John Cusack.


              £25 for film and 3-course dinner, including tub of homemade ice cream & coffee
                   Arthurs on the Green 020 8893 3995
                         Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
                                      Tuesday 9th October 2012, 7pm

2011, UK, 106mins, Cert.12
Dir: Lasse Hallstram Cast: Ewan McGregor, Emily Blunt, Jill Baker, Kristen Scott Thomas, Amr Waked
“Lasse Hallstram directs this British comedy drama based on the bestselling novel by Paul Torday. Ewan
McGregor stars as Alfred Jones, a mild-mannered government fisheries official who is approached by
management consultant Harriet Chetwode-Talbot (Emily Blunt) to help a sheikh (Amr Waked) realise his
long-held dream of introducing fly-fishing to the Middle Eastern desert. The duo soon find themselves
swimming against the tide in more ways than one as the extravagant project gathers pace and a few
poignant home truths come home to roost.”

              £25 for film and 3-course dinner, including tub of homemade ice cream & coffee
                                    The Angels’ Share
                              Sunday 14th & Monday 15th October 2012, 7pm

2012, UK, 101mins, Cert.15
Dir: Ken Loach Cast: William Ruane, John Henshaw, Roger Allam, Gary Maitland, Paul Brannigan
                     A thoroughly enjoyable yarn about whisky tasting and Highland heists.
*Ken Loach directs this Glasgow-set drama about a young juvenile delinquent who is given one last chance
to stay out of jail and carve out a future for himself. Small-time criminal and new father Robbie narrowly
escapes a prison sentence after his most recent foray into the world of crime. With the help of a team of
supportive community service workers, he makes a last-ditch attempt to get back onto the straight and
narrow and to set up a small whisky distillery business.


              £25 for film and 3-course dinner, including tub of homemade ice cream & coffee
                   Arthurs on the Green 020 8893 3995
                                       Babette’s Feast
                              Sunday 21st & Monday 22nd October 2012, 7pm

1988, Denmark, 102mins, Cert.U
Dir: Gabriel Axel Cast: Stephane Audran, Bodil Kjer, Birgitte Federspiel
*Stephane Audran plays Babette, a 19th century Parisian political refugee who seeks shelter in a rough
Danish coastal town. Philippa and Martina, the elderly daughters of the town's long-dead minister, take
Babette in. As revealed in flashback, Philippa and Martina were once beautiful young women, who'd
forsaken their chances at romance and fame, taking hollow refuge in religion. Babette holds a secret that
may very well allow the older ladies to have a second chance at life.

              £25 for film and 3-course dinner, including tub of homemade ice cream & coffee
                                  The Woman in Black
                              Sunday 28th & Monday 29th October 2012, 7pm

2011, UK, 95mins, Cert.12
Dir: James Watkins Cast: Janet McTeer, Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds, David Burke, Shaun Dooley
                            A massive box office hit produced by Hammer Studios
*Based on the classic ghost story by Susan Hill, The Woman In Black tells the tale of Arthur Kipps, a lawyer
who is forced to leave his young son and travel to a remote village to attend to the affairs of the recently
deceased owner of Eel Marsh House. Working alone in the old mansion, Kipps begins to uncover the town's
tragic and tortured secrets and his fears escalate when he finds that local children have been disappearing
under mysterious circumstances. When those closest to him become threatened by the vengeful woman in
black, Kipps must find a way to break the cycle of terror.
The Woman in Black is the UK's highest grossing British horror film since records began.


              £25 for film and 3-course dinner, including tub of homemade ice cream & coffee
                   Arthurs on the Green 020 8893 3995
                                     A Touch of Terror
                                      Ghost Stories for Hallowe’en
                                            (All Souls Eve)
                                  Wednesday 31st October 2012, 7.30pm

Prepare yourself, dear friend, for an evening of macabre entertainment.
              Stories to appeal to the connoisseurs of terror will be told
             throughout the evening by the man in many shades of grey,
                          local actor Raymond Daniel-Davies.
Raymond will tell a selection of short stories and poems guaranteed to make
your spine-tingle.
This evening is one you will never, ever, forget.

                            to bed, to sleep, perchance to scream.
                 4 course dinner and performance, £29.95 per guest.
 The management accept no responsibility for the disturbing after effects, which will surely follow this evening.

      Arthur’s on the Green, Twickenham Tel: 020 8893 3995    
                                          The Italian Job
                                Sunday 4 & Monday 5th November 2012, 7pm

1969, UK, 99mins, Cert.PG
Dir: Peter Collinson Cast: Michael Caine, Noel Coward, Benny Hill, Raf Vallone, Irene Handl
                       ‘You’re only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!!’
*Charlie’s got a 'Job' to do. Having just left prison he finds one of friends has attempted a high risk job in
Italy, right under the nose of the Mafia. Charlie’s friend doesn't get very far, so Charlie takes over the 'Job'.
Using three Mini Coopers, a couple of jaguars and a bus, he hopes to bring Torino to a standstill, steal the
gold and escape.


               £25 for film and 3-course dinner, including tub of homemade ice cream & coffee
                    Arthurs on the Green 020 8893 3995
                           The Well-Digger’s Daughter
                                       La fille du puisatier
                              Sunday 11th & Monday 12th November 2012, 7pm

2011, Fr, 109mins, Cert.12
Dir: Daniel Auteuil Cast: Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Daniel Auteuil, Sabine Azema, Nicholas Duvauchelle
*Twenty-five years after rising to international acclaim in Jean de Florette and Manon of the Spring, Daniel
Auteuil returns to the world of Marcel Pagnol for his first work as director with this celebrated remake of the
1940s classic. Auteuil stars as the eponymous well-digger Pascale, a widower living with his six daughters in
the Provence countryside at the start of World War I. His eldest, Patricia, has returned home from Paris to
help raise her sisters, and Pascale dreams of marrying her off to his loyal assistant Felipe. But when she's
impregnated by a wealthy young pilot who promptly abandons her for the frontlines, Pascale is left to
contend with the consequences.


              £25 for film and 3-course dinner, including tub of homemade ice cream & coffee
                   Arthurs on the Green 020 8893 3995
                              Fitzcarraldo (Burden of Dreams)
                             Sunday 18th & Monday 19th November 2012, 7pm

1982, Ger., 152mins, Cert.PG
Dir: Werner Herzog Cast: Klaus Kinski, Claudia Cardinale
* An intense and enthralling portrait of a driven man obsessed with capturing a shipping route on the
Amazon, even though it means hauling a boat over a mountain through hostile tribal territory and defeating
seemingly impossible obstacles. The boat was, of course, hauled over the mountain for real in the making of
the film - Herzog's most notorious filming feat.

              £25 for film and 3-course dinner, including tub of homemade ice cream & coffee
                   Arthurs on the Green 020 8893 3995
                    Beaujolais Nouveau Dinner
                            Thursday 22nd November 2012
                           Soupe gratinée à l'oignon
                                Moules Marnières
                             Escargot de Bourgogne
                                   Coq au vin
                                 Bar au fenouil
                                Poivrons farcis
                                  Tarte Tatin
                             Petit pot au chocolat
                      Brie avec sa petit tranche de poivre

                Includes 1/2 bottle of Beaujolais Nouveau
                                      £29.95 per guest

The Chat Rouge ‘Red Cat’ legend began when several producers gathered under the beautiful
full harvest moon one night in the Beaujolais. Legend says the ‘Red Cat’ protected the
vineyards from the insects and animals that could do harm and damage to the vines and
grapes. These cats love to wander through the vineyards and villages under the bright
Beaujolais moonlight. It is said that these unusual cats looked true red in colour from the
reflection off the bright harvest moon above, which alarmed the villagers and other animals in
the area. Over time they became known as the guardians of the vines, so the winemakers
dedicated themselves to producing the best quality wines in honour of these ‘Red Cats’

                 Arthurs on the Green 020 8893 3995
                                        The Red Shoes
                             Sunday 25 November & Monday 26th 2012, 7pm

1948, UK, 134 min, Cert U.
Dir: Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger Cast: Moira Shearer, Anton Walbrook, Marius Goring
*The Red Shoes is a film in total contrast to anything else emerging from the British cinema of the period.
Imaginative, magical, melodramatic, it is an extraordinary tale of romance and artistic obsession,
distinguished by flawless performances from Moira Shearer, Anton Walbrook and Marius Goring.
The story, echoed by the ballet within the film, is based on Hans Christian Anderson’s tale of a pair of
magical shoes that permit the wearer to achieve perfection in dance, but tragically will not allow her to stop.
A young dancer, Victoria, falls in love with a talented composer Julian, thus incurring the wrath of the
tyrannical impresario, Boris Lermontov, who predicts a brilliant future for her. Julian and Victoria marry, but
Lermontov ruthlessly attempts to come between them, threatening Victoria’s career and forcing her to
choose. Tragedy ensues’

              £25 for film and 3-course dinner, including tub of homemade ice cream & coffee
                   Arthurs on the Green 020 8893 3995

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