LAUNCH: Short Film & Palace Spice Indian Cuisine
Sat 29th Oct  @ Phoenix Centre, 68 Westow St. SE19 3AF
Buy Tickets Here £19.50

An eclectic mix of fantastic short films with amazing food from Palace Spice in a dressed up Phoenix center on the Crystal Palace Triangle.
Food included in price, menu below. Wines and beers on sale.

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Evening Schedule

6.45pm Doors and bar opens

7.15pm Palace Spice starters served

7.45pm First short films start at approx

8.30pm Palace Spice main courses served around

9pm Films continue

 

       another-love marianne

       culdesac-a3-01     airgirl

        famous

       misconcep

      entailment

Another Love
Directed by Victor Perez
A pregnant married 
woman struggles to tell a much older man that their affair is over.
RT: 19.5m UK

Marianne
Directed by Tomisin Adepeju
A young Nigerian man travels to a remote Pentecostal church with his 
ailing wife.
RT: 17.5m UK

Cul-De-Sac   UK Premiere
Directed by Nick Flugge
A private detective has his stake-out ruined by his sister staging an intervention.
RT: 12m UK

I Used to be Famous 

Directed by Eddie Sternberg

Two worlds collide on a bench in Peckham. Vince Denman is a former pop star, relentlessly trying to forge a comeback.
RT: 15m UK

Airgirl
Directed By James Vinson
In 1937, legendary aviatrix, clings to her final years of stardom. True story.

RT: 15m Australia

The Immaculate Misconception
Directed by Michael Geoghegan
Sinead, underage, pregnant and a virgin who lives with her grandparents. Her grandmother, the matriarch of this dysfunctional family and a pious Catholic, will stop at nothing to get this birth proclaimed immaculate.
RT: 25m UK

Entailment   European Premiere
Directed by Cam Smeal
At a low point in his marriage, Josh cheats with Nina, a woman desperate to have a child. As he struggles to keep his betrayal a secret, he finds that his is not the only one.
RT: 19m Australia

PALACE SPICE

Menu

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Starters:

Onion Bhaji (V)
Thinly sliced onions and lentils mixed with gram flour and herbs, deep fried

Vegetable Samosas (V)
Mildly spiced vegetables wrapped in pastry triangles

Papadom’s, Chutney’s & Sauces  (V)

Main Courses

Bengal Chicken
(My favourite dish ever!)
Chicken Tikka cooked Bengal style in a garlic and ginger sauce with bay leaf, dried chilies and a hint of lemon. A smokey, rich flavour.

Lamb Rogan Josh
Cooked with special herbs and dressed with fried and fresh tomatoes, capsicum and onions.

Palace Spice special vegetable curry (V)
Cooked in a wok with onions and tomatoes, flavoured with green peppers, herbs and fresh garam masala.

Pilau rice and nan bread