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How to Change the World (Ecotainment! Presents)

Church House, High Street , Wimborne Minster, Dorset, BH1 1HT

19 December 2019 - 19 December 2019

| Doors open: 19:00

| Event ends: 22:00

Age restriction: None

| Dress code: None

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Cinema Supper Club part one of four Eco Films showing in Wimborne on the third Thursday of the month (Dec - March)


Vegan Supper available on the night please book tickets well in advance using the Ticket Sellers website (help-us reduce food waste)


Special Guests - Combat Climate Chaos will give you an informal personal carbon audit. Select your time-slot when ordering your tickets (only 4 available)


High Street location well served by public transport (Bournemouth & Poole)


In 1971 a group of friends sail into a nuclear test zone. Their protest captures the world's imagination giving birth to the modern environmental movement. The media savvy counter-culture crew of hippies, mystics & mechanics captured their seat-of-their pants adventures on 16mm film, tape-recorders and photographs. From this vivid archive Jerry Rothwell has created a thrilling, sometimes terrifying film.


When youthful energy comes up against the complexities of a growing organisation, and idealism meets compromise, the group find their battle to save the planet forces them also to fight each other. This insightful film is also a vibrant, moving reflection on the struggle to balance the political and the personal.


Sound Track feat Country Joe and the Fish, Canned Heat, Joni Mitchell and Pink Floyd. Original Orchestral Score by Lesley Barber


  • 5* Rotten Tomatoes
  • "essential viewing (whatever your politics)" Daily Telegraph


12 ft (3.7m) High Definition Wide-Screen & Professional Stereo Audio


Alternative seating Vintage Armchairs & Giant Beanbags (only 2 of each)


*Warning* Contains scenes of animal slaughter and references to drug-taking

12A Recommended (under 12s to be accompanied by an adult)

Children Under 12 are free (max 1 per paying adult).

Venue is accessible by stairs and stair-lift please contact-us for further info.