Wednesday 14th June 2006 Tickets 7UKP / 5UKP Doors 7.30pm SUMMER HOLIDAY A celebration of the working class seaside holiday Holiday Camp (1947) UK 97 min Ken Annakin Dixon of Dock Green star Jack Warner stars in this post-war 'how to' comedy about the seaside holiday camp. Pitched as a plug for Butlins-style breaks, this is actually a good deal darker and funnier than that, with murder, card sharps, suicide and war-blinded lovers all making the cut. Look out for a jailbait Diana Dors getting down in an early (uncredited) screen appearance. Cheerful Charlie Chester leads the singalong and perennial 'ugly'' Esma Cannon plays a maneater. PLUS O Dreamland (1953) UK 11 mins Directed by Lindsay Anderson Anderson's first Free Cinema documentary is a trawl through the working class charabang trip to Margate's amUSEment park, only Anderson seems more scared and sneering than amused. Proof that those laughing dolls in glass cases are creepy, as if you needed it. Plus more seaside shorts