On Feb 27th we are screening "Being There" - a film which could easily be mistaken for a simple comedy. What looks like a charming little tale of mistaken identity is in fact a complex web of references to Plato, God, Buddha, artificial intelligence, mass psychosis and even the search for reality. Despite being made in 1979, it's core message is bang up to date for our era of 'post-truth'. Come along on 27th February and find out what links "Being There" to Stanley Kubrick, the Second Coming, Chess, Trump and the most basic question of all... "what does it mean to be a person". We'll even provide a primer before the film to highlight the many hidden references and themes that are encompassed within this "riddle wrapped up in a mystery within an enigma"