Part of the Architecture for All series, we're pleased to present a film screening of Number 27, followed by a Q&A with Michael Palin and Director Tristram Powell. 

Tickets £5 | 
Includes a complimentary glass of wine of soft drink. 

Miss Barwick has lived in Number 27 for 90 years but her home now stands in the way of a proposed new development. Andrew Veitch is given a week to get Miss Barwick out of her home by his unscrupulous boss Murray Lester. This play on the dubious practices of property developers was written by Michael Palin and has been undeservedly neglected, remaining unseen since its original release in 1988. Michael Palin will introduce the film, and follow with a Q&A with Tristram Powell.

The screening will take place in the King William Lecture Theatre 315 (University of Greenwich) | Download a map 
A limited number of tickets will be available on the door.

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