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FREE Film Screening - sponsored by Amnesty International Japan
Posted November 26th, 2010 - 4:48 pm by from Tokyo, Japan (Permalink)
Just wanted to share a great event organised by the people at Amnesty International. Please read the details beneath the line. I must say Heaven't Door in Shimokitazawa is a great place. As mentioned below, the place has some really comfy sofas and plenty of books in English.


Sunday, November 28th
Movie night at Heaven’s Door, Shimokitazawa.
(Doors open at 4:30 pm, Show from 5 pm to 7 pm.)

Special program! The latest “Have I Got News for You” from the BBC!

This month, instead of a movie or documentary, we’re bringing you an evening of laughter. We’ll screen the latest four episodes of the long-running satirical quiz from the UK, featuring Ian Hislop (Editor of Private Eye) and off-beat comic Paul Merton. Despite frequent references to politicians and public figures in the UK, the show is also big hit with non-British speakers of English.

Each show is 25 minutes, so you can pretty much arrive and leave when you like. Curl up on one of the comfy sofas or chairs, get a drink in front of you, and enjoy two hours of comedy.

Just the way to prepare for work on Monday!

Map on AITEN site and at http://www.heavensdoortokyo.com/