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February 2018
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  • RCI CINEMATEQUE: ‘Two Lottery Tickets’ (Negoescu, 2017) + Q&A with actor Alexandru Papadopol.

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • February 27 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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    ‘Two Lottery Tickets’, a hilarious new comedy, will open our 2018 programme at the Romanian Cinematheque. Helmed by intrepid director Paul Negoescu and starring a golden acting triad made of Dragoș Bucur, Dorian Boguță and Alexandru Papadopol, the film, based on a short story by great Romanian playwright and humorist Ion Luca Caragiale, tells the story of three friends from a small town who must acknowledge that winning the lottery is not necessarily a blessing. Followed by a Q&A with…

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  • LITERARY EVENT: Evening with Christopher Buxton

    Bulgarian Cultural Institute

  • February 28 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
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  • 188 Queen's Gate, London, SW75HL
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    ‘BCI London cordially invites you to the Literature evening with Christopher Buxton Special guest: Christopher Buxton In the first part of the evening Christopher Buxton will present his new published books in Bulgarian language “Far from the Danube” and “Surge”. In the second part Christopher Buxton will present his new book of English translations of classical Bulgarian poetry by Dimcho Debelyanov.’ (BCI)

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  • DASH CAFE: ‘Warsaw’ – (Wolski, 2012) screening and discussion

    Rich Mix

  • February 28 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
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  • 35-47 Bethnal Green Road E1 6LA
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    ‘Dash Café continue EUTOPIA, a new series investigating what it means to be European, in collaboration with the Polish Cultural Institute. Warsaw is a city that has inspired art, literature and film for centuries. Join Dash Café for a screening of Tomasz Wolski’s extraordinary documentary The Palace, on the both loathed and admired Palace of Culture and Science. This will lead into a discussion that explores the physical and cultural impact that communism, followed by 25 years of life in…

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