Dark comedy on the big screen

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The Open Film Society is back in play again this Wednesday and it’s a French delivery that lies ahead this week, with Attila Marcel.

The dark comedy follows the life of Paul, a mute 33 year old who lives with his two aunts.

You’ll learn about Paul’s love of the piano, and how much he misses his mum.

Then, with the help of a neighbour, Mme Proust, Paul discovers a way to recover suppressed memories and his life changes forever...

The curtain rises, metaphorically, in the Open University Hub Theatre, at 6.30pm.

For ticket booking and further information visit www.openfilmsociety.co.uk

A short memorial service for Holocaust Memorial Day is being hosted at MK Rose in Campbell Park this Wednesday morning .

Entry is free, and there should be ample parking at the John Lewis end of thecentre:mk

The service will begin at 10.30am.