Must See Mondays – Event of the Week

What: Cary Grant Comes Home Festival // Where: Watershed/Hippodrome/Various // When:  Sat 11th-Sun 12th Oct // Cost: Various MCDNOBY EC002 Before Banksy, Bristol’s most famous son was Archie Leach, aka Cary Grant. This weekend Bristol celebrates how Horfield-born Grant changed his name and his fortunes to become internationally famous film star Cary Grant, yet never forgot his Bristol roots with a festival that includes talks, tours, cocktails, a film-making challenge and red carpet gala screenings. Find out more by clicking here. By Kevin McGough

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