After a break of 20 months, ‘Out At Clapham’ are back on the silver screen with a bang! 

On Wednesday 23rd June (Start time – 19.30) they will be hosting a very special preview screening of British drama ‘Supernova’ at Clapham Picturehouse. 

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Harry Macqueen and will be hosted by OAC co-founder, David Robson.

Running now for 8 years, Out at Clapham is London’s longest running LGBT Film Club. 

In March 2020 they were due to screen ‘And then we Danced’ which would have been their 70th film in 7 years but the screening had to be a pulled in line with the national lockdown.

Dan Hawkins, Clapham Picturehouse Manager, said:“The pandemic has had a massive impact on almost all industries in the UK and the cinema industry is of course no exception. 

The last year or so have been incredibly tough, but we are absolutely delighted to be back and to once again bring the big screen experience to our loyal customers. 

We love our local community and film strands such as Out at Clapham are a huge part of who we are. 

I am absolutely thrilled that OAC are returning with this wonderful British drama, which I was lucky enough to see it at the London Film Festival. 

It’s a beautifully shot and incredibly moving story with two knockout performances at his centre.

This is our first live Q&A event since returning and we’re absolutely delighted to be welcoming director Harry Macqueen to the cinema!”

Tickets for this screening are available now.