Fine Art-istic support for Vagabond Cinema

VAGABOND Cinema is back with a new programme of screenings taking you through the Spring and Summer, beginning this Saturday evening with Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday.

It’s a great piece to launch Vagabond’s new season, and comes with added artistic aid.

David Rayson, a Wolverton dweller who also happens to be Head of Fine Art at the Royal College of Art, has given his services to Vagabond to help keep them on the road.

In response to the film, David has drawn this rather fantastic image, on the right.

On Saturday night, you will be able to purchase posters, limited edition art prints and one lucky person will bag the original. Prices start as low as £5 for a poster.

The suitable for all film – Rated U – was made the best part of 60 years ago, and bought Jacques Tati to major acclaim.

It also introduced his on-screen alter-ego, the courteous, well-meaning, eternally accident-prone Monsieur Hulot.

Comedy and chaos reign supreme when a sleepy French coastal resort is invaded by holidaymakers who are seeking fun, fun, fun!

As its name suggests, and as we mentioned earlier, Vagabond is a wandering cinema, moving from place to space.

This time, all eyes will be to the screen at St George’s Church in Wolverton. Tickets are just £5 and £3 and the smile-inducing delivery begins at 6.30pm.

For more information about the new season of films, or to make a reservation for Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday, drop an email to