There are many different events taking place throughout the year. Here you will find the details.


More details and costs are published in The Veteran


Members are more than welcome to join us at any or all of these events. Please contact the Secretary to book your place.


Past events are shown in the Photographs section of the page - click here

Confirmed Events for this Year

Something for Everyone

"The next President's Visit will be to Bristol, on Tuesday, 2nd July, for members living in the west of the country and in south Wales.  Individual invitation letters for the lunch meeting will be sent out at the end of May.  The venue is the Watershed arts centre at the entranceway to Bristol's Harbourside."

Do you enjoy Music Hall?  Join us on a visit to the Brick Lane Music Hall, London's only remaining variety venue, on Thursday, 3rd July.  To celebrate summer we've booked for their Matinee performance of "Seaside Special" with afternoon tea served during the interval.   
In order to ensure we can reserve sufficient tickets, we need to have an indication now of how manymembers would like to attend.  Tickets, to include afternoon tea in the interval, will be £15 for members and £30 for guests.  The Music Hall is a professional theatre which is Britain's only permanent music hall and is run
as a charity. 
If you are interested in attending this event please EITHER e-mail OR send a brief note to Brick Lane, BCTV, 22 Golden Square, London W1F 9AD indicating how many tickets you would like. 
Please DO NOT send a cheque.  Firm bookings will not beaccepted until the visit is advertised in the June issue of themagazine.

The London Symphony Orchestra was the first to record film soundtracks and is still doing so to-day.  An Autumn visit to see them at work in their Barbican home, plus tea and a talk.  Full details available when the date is finalised.

Photo Noir: The Art of Cornel Lucas

This is a free exhibition of some of the stunning photographs taken by the late Cornel Lucas when he was the Studio portrait photographer at Pinewood Studios in the 1950's and 1960's.  He captured some of the 20th century's biggest stars and was a member of our association for many years.  The exhibition is at the National Theatre from 17th February until 29th March.