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Friday 24th February, 7pm at St John’s Hospital Chapel, Hetling Court (off Hot Bath Street) BA1 1SQ

Free glass of fizz with every ticket, available from our home page here: £10 adult / £8 student / £5 statutory benefit & single parent / £0 refugees & carers


We’re excited to invite you to a special screening celebrating this year’s Academy Award nominations for short documentary.

Put on your best frock or glittery bow tie and join us with a free glass of fizz in Bath’s most beautiful chapel for an evening of bubbles and glamour. Walk the red carpet, get snapped by the paparazzi, enjoy our champagne bar and gold popcorn. Just two days ahead of the 89th Academy Awards we will be screening a selection of the short-listed films, you might even win your own award!

There are 10 shortlisted short films, and we’re going to keep you guessing until the night – with 60+ submissions, these top 10 really are tip top, the cream of the crop.

Why St John’s Hospital Chapel?

St John’s is an iconic part of Bath, with the most beautiful chapel in town. It is smaller than Bath Abbey, but knocks our socks off every time we visit, and we could think of no better location to celebrate the iconic Academy Awards.

Founded in 1174 when the word hospital meant hospitality, St John’s welcomed those in need in the local community,providing support and refuge. Now St John’s Hospital extends far beyond this: providing accommodation to those in need, hosting activities and events in The Bubble community space, supporting local causes, visit www.stjohnsbath.org.uk to find out more.

We’re excited and grateful to be welcomed in too, and look forward to you enjoying this special night of Oscar nominated short documentaries with us on 24th Feb.


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