RFT Chair, Juliet Hanfling celebrates our big birthday alongside two other local ‘institutions’, the Purple Turtle and Basildon Park! Listen here:
You can now support RFT and win up to £25,000 in the new Reading Community Lottery which is an initiative to support local good causes in Reading. Tickets cost only £1 per week and 50p of every ticket goes to your chosen good cause i.e. RFT. Every ticket has a 1 in 50 chance of winning. The first Reading Community Lottery draw is on Sat 28 March at 8pm so join now to have a chance of winning while supporting …
RFT is run by an amazing team of volunteers and we have some vacancies for the autumn season.
We're currently looking for a Membership Secretary whose main tasks include updating the membership list, running/organising the membership desk on film nights and promoting the benefits of RFT membership to the wider community.
If you would like to know more please email email@example.com with the name of the role you would like information about in the subject bar. The deadline for applications …
RFT’s decision to screen I, Daniel Blake at RFT for a second time on Thurs 13th September at 7:30pm, coincided with the facebook release of a Parliamentary speech by Matt Rodda, MP for Reading East, formally asking the House to vote for a pause in the ‘rollout’ of Universal Credit (UC) benefits. This juxtaposition of events prompted RFT to invite both Matt Rodda and Readifood manager Alison Peyton to the upcoming screening on September 13th. The storyline of I, …
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