MANIPULATIVE, terrible and fierce, yet William (Billy) McMahon was, until now, the only Australian prime minister who didn’t have a biography written about him. The 250,000-word, 766-page biography, “Tiberius with a Telephone”, by Patrick Mullins […]
FURTHER to our story was last week about the National Film and Sound Archive’s screening of a a very silly family-friendly film, “Bill,” news is to hand that the Arc Cinema has added extra screenings to its schedule.
The adventure-comedy film from the team behind the hit TV series “Horrible Histories” follows lute player Bill Shakespeare as he leaves his home to follow his dream as a writer in London, and is billed as “a tale of murderous kings, spies, lost loves, and a plot to blow up Queen Elizabeth I.”
“Bill,” at Arc cinema, National Film and Sound Archive, McCoy Cct, Acton. Additional screenings: Thurs 14 & Fri 15 – 12pm and 2.30pm, Mon 18 & Tues 19 – 12pm and 2.30pm. Tickets are $10/$8, bookings to trybooking.com/JJFG