The Nomad Cinema will open its gates with six nights at Grosvenor Square over the next two weeks as part of The Grosvenor Film Festival. The two ‘Breakfast’ screenings allows the audience to support Foodbank by bringing along any breakfast items to donate.
“Kicking off with Stephen King’s classic Stand By Me followed by the quintessential 80s high school drama The Breakfast Club; awkward comedy gold – Napoleon Dynamite; Audrey Hepburn classic – Breakfast at Tiffany’s , Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet and recent jazz smash-hit Whiplash for a special event in association with Nomad partner Jazz FM with a performance by the Neon Saints Brass Band to enhance and celebrate the ethos of the film. We’ll also be celebrating 100 years of Technicolor who won an Oscar for Best Sound Mixing with their work on this incredible film.”
The two ‘Breakfast’ screenings are the perfect opportunity for audiences to support Foodbank by bringing along any breakfast items (non-perishables) to donate. The Foodbank is based at Westminster Chapel and provides three days’-worth of nutritionally balanced food to residents in the Borough of Westminster experiencing financial crisis, through a voucher scheme. It is part of a nationwide network of Foodbanks overseen and supported by the Trussell Trust (through training and resources).
So bring along any cereal, baked beans, jams and condiments, tea, coffee or melba toast to donate your breakfast to those less fortunate. All non-perishable food and toiletries are welcome.