Supported by Kelvin Harrison Jr.’s outstanding work in the title role, Chevalier offers an entertaining gateway into the incredible life of a brilliant artist.  

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02 DECEMBER: 3 pm & 7 pm
108 Mins | USA | Drama |


We are in 18th century France at the beginning of the French revolution. The illegitimate son of a plantation owner and a black slave is sent to Paris to be educated. Despite considerable racial prejudice, he becomes a champion fencer, violin virtuoso, composer, and conductor. Marie Antoinette makes him a chevalier (knight), and is not the only woman captivated by his charms. This may sound like a work of fiction, but is in fact all true. The film follows the rise of Joseph Bologne in French society, and the limits eventually imposed on him as a mixed race man, leading him to investigate his African heritage as well. Visually sumptuous, this film introduces us to a little known part of history, and raises questions about race and identity.

Doors Open at 6 pm.
Movie starts at 7:00 pm licensed bar, tea/coffee, slices
BYO nibbles, meals or restaurant takeaway (Tables provided)


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