The Goonies (12A)

Coram Secret Garden

Thursday 11 August 2016

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Thursday 11 August 2016
20:45 - (doors at 19:15)
Film Screenings, Pop-Up
Not Applicable

Truffle Shuffle!

The Goonies is from a time when VHS was just overtaking Betamax, when the Cold War was in technicolor and double denim was a serious option. Steven Spielberg, Chris Columbus and Richard Donner team up in a trifecta of 80's action/adventure. The Goonies stars young versions of Josh BrolinSean AstinCorey Feldman and Martha Plimpton as a group of misfits who set out to find a pirate's ancient treasure in order to save their home from foreclosure. Come along to Coram Secret Garden and set your inner Goonie free!


Discover an intimate secret garden in the heart of London’s Bloomsbury, hidden in the grounds of a wonderful charity…

Coram is the UK’s first children’s charity, established as a refuge for abandoned children by Captain Thomas Coram who, in 1720, returned from sea and was determined to help the children he saw abandoned on London’s streets. His 19-year campaign finally caught the attention of King George II who, in 1739, gave Captain Coram a Royal Charter to create the Foundling Hospital in Bloomsbury, which was then surrounded by fields. The Hospital organised for foster families to care for the babies and young children until the age of five, when they were then brought to live and be educated in the Foundling Hospital until the age of 16, many being trained for domestic or military service.

Artist William Hogarth and composer George Frideric Handel were early supporters of the charity’s work. Hogarth donated a number of his paintings to the Hospital and Handel composed the Foundling Anthem for the charity, performing it to raise funds each year on his birthday. Handel left a copy of the Messiah to Coram in his will, which is on display today in The Foundling Museum.


Just like The Lexi Cinema, The Nomad financially supports the fantastic work of trailblazing charity, The Sustainability Institute. Find out more... 

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Coram Secret Garden
Coram Campus 41 Brunswick Square, London, WC1N 1AZ

Nearest station:
Russell Square (Tube)


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