Paddington (PG) - Matinee

The Biscuit Factory

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Sunday 18 September 2016
Film Screenings, Pop-Up
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Time to take a pause (paws?!) and join us down at The Biscuit Factory, Bermondsey for a matinee screening of the charmingPaddington. Many films are labelled "for all the family", but it's never been more true than in this crowd pleaser.

Hailing from the deepest, darkest Peruvian forests, Paddington arrives in London looking for a new start, a new family, and maybe some of his favourite food... marmalade. Filled with an excellent cast - watch out for a charming Sally Hawkins, pathetic Peter Capaldi and villanous Nicole Kidman - and heartwarming laughs, Paddington takes you on a whistle-stop tour of London that will warm even the very coldest of hearts.

Please note: this event will take place inside a former factory building and seating will be provided.


Once called 'London's larder', Bermondsey was historically at the heart of the city's food production. Situated in the industrial centre of the district is where we find The Biscuit Factory. Also known as the Peak Freen Biscuit Factory, this stunning new location for our 2016 season is an intriguing addition to the Grosvenor Film Festivalin association with Chestertons. Join us at this unique venue with a fascinating window into the past. Take a look at this great footage from Huntley Film Archives for a glimpse of the factory's Biscuit Town glory days.  

Made in London
With a long and proud tradition, many Bermondsey businesses have been family-run for generations, and there’s no doubt Bermondsey’s communities know what it means to be a Londoner. For these reasons we have selected a special line-up of films which, like Bermondsey, are truly made in London.

More about the former Peek Frean Biscuit Factory, Bermondsey
Originally based in the Docklands, James Peek & George Hender Frean moved to Dockhead in Bermondsey in 1857 and 1861. The company started exporting biscuits to Australia and later to other overseas destinations. With business booming, the Company moved to larger premises on Clements Road in 1866 where they continued baking until the factory was closed down in 1989. At its peak, the factory employed 4,000 men, women and children, making it one of the biggest single companies in London. Due to the sweet smell of baking, Bermondsey became known as Biscuit Town.


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The Biscuit Factory
100 Clements Road Bermondsey, London, SE16 4DG

Nearest station:
Bermondsey (Tube)


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