Gregory’s Girl Screens at Junction – Plus Q&A with Clare Grogan

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Junction in Goole Revisits 80s Brit Film Classic

Interview with Star, Clare Grogan, alongside Gregory’s Girl screening

As part of the East Riding Film Festival, Junction, Goole, presents a very special screening of Bill Forsyth’s much-loved 1980 comedy of teenage love, longing and penguins, Gregory’s Girl, on Wednesday 4 October, 7:30pm.

actress Clare Grogan star of Gregory's GirlBBC Radio Humberside’s Burnsy will begin the evening in conversation with Clare Grogan, who played Susan in the film, while simultaneously breaking big with her band Altered Images. After the screening, Clare and Burnsy will return for an audience Q&A, so participants are encouraged to have their questions ready.


Gregory’s Girl is a quiet classic of British cinema, which exudes warmth and quirkiness. The engaging tale will touch the heart of anyone who’s loved and lost and loved again, all before the age of 16. It’s a very rare chance to see it on the big screen and, even rarer, to hear what actress Clare Grogan thinks about the film.

Supported by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, the festival will celebrate film across the region, with a diverse range of films introduced by stars, fans and film-makers to give fans a deeper insight into the beloved pictures. In addition to Gregory’s Girl at Junction, screenings will take place at Beverley Parkway Cinema, North Ferriby Village Hall, Pocklington Arts Centre and Bridlington Spa, please visit the venues for further information.

Tickets for the screening priced £10/£8 are available from the Box Office on 01405763652 and ‘Gregory’s Girl’ is rated 12.

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