The London Nobody Knows – presented by The Hackney Society 23rd May

The London Nobody Knows (plus shorts) cert: PG, r/t 47 minsPresented by The Hackney Society The Hackney Society will be hosting a screening of the rarely seen but highly acclaimed 1967 film The London Nobody Knows on Thursday 23rd May at 8pm. The film which was made in 1967 the year the Hackney Society was founded features JAMES MASON (and directed by Norman Cohen) who visits places many long since gone or changed beyond all recognition and speaks to people who embodied a vanishing part of London. The film includes many familiar sights including Spitalfields Market to present a view of London that is witty charming and nostalgic as the city faced an unprecedented period of urban change. The screening which The Hackney Society hope will be the first in a number of such film shows will also feature two shorts and is intended to increase the profile of the work of the Society who work to promote good design and raise awareness of the the history and architecture of the Borough. Tickets to the screening (which includes a free glass of wine) are priced at £8.50 for non-members and £7 for members. The film will be screened at The Cambridge a former public house in Mare Street. Booking is essential as space is limited. For tickets: more information: