Adrian Wootton's Hollywood Legends: Judy Garland

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Adrian Wootton traces the life and career of Judy Garland.

From her childhood stage career, the fame that followed her appearance in The Wizard of Oz and the many triumphs, tribulations and eventual tragedy of her personal life, Judy Garland (1922-1969) remains one of cinema’s greatest icons.

Continuing his Hollywood Legends talk series Adrian Wootton, CEO of Film London, looks at Garland’s extraordinary life and distinguished career, illustrated with clips and slides from every facet of her work.


Ticket includes a complimentary drink. This talk lasts approximately 60 minutes and is followed by a separate screening of Meet Me in St Louis. Tickets for the screening are available here at £6 for Members.


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