Earlier this month RFT heard the sad news of the death of one of its longstanding patrons, Lord Carrington. Lord Carrington had a distinguished career having served in the Grenadier Guards in the Second World War and then in government as Defence Secretary between 1970 and 1974 and Foreign Secretary between 1979 and 1982. Lord Carrington accepted the invitation to become a patron of RFT in 1992 when he became Chancellor of the University of Reading. In doing so recognised the important role an independent cinema plays in the cultural life of the University and more importantly the local town
RFT has joined with Greenredeem to offer a ‘buy one General Admission ticket and bring a friend for free’. Greenredeem rewards residents’ recycling and environmental efforts with points which can then be used to enjoy leisure experiences in the area. For more information on how to join and access the offer: www.greenredeem.co.ukPlease follow, share and like RFT on:
Reading Film Theatre is a Registered Charity run almost entirely by volunteers and relies on
income from Membership and Box Office and does not receive any grants towards its running
costs. You can help support RFT by giving a donation that will support the only independent
cinema left in Reading.