Special Screening of ‘Quadrophenia’ on 28th July at the Portobello Pop-Up Cinema in Aid of the Campaign to Save Cooke’s Pie & Mash Shop

Following Mr Justice Wilkie’s ruling against the local authority at the Royal Courts of Justice in May, last month Hammersmith and Fulham Council hit back by issuing compulsory purchase order notifications to the Goldhawk Road traders. This now means that the case goes before the Secretary of State via various stages including a Public Inquiry.

On Saturday, 28th July, the Portobello Pop-Up Cinema is putting on a benefit screening of ‘Quadrophenia’. This special event is in aid of the campaign to save Cooke’s Pie & Mash Shop. The screening will be introduced by a special guest, the film’s Director, Franc Roddam.

The Portobello Pop-Up Cinema is located under-the-motorway, 3 Acklam Road, W10. The entrance is from the Portobello Road and the nearest Underground Station is Ladbroke Grove (3 mins). Buses: 7, 23, 52, 70, 452.

Most events are priced at £4 and tickets are obtainable at the door on the night. Start time is 8pm and refreshments are available. For further details please visit the website at: www.portobellopopup.com

Steve Russell