Date: Saturday 10th October
Time: 7.30 pm
Location: The Constable Hall East Bergholt
Event Duration: 114 min
The compelling story of the life of Alan Turing, the Enigma codebreaker who helped turn the tide of WW2 by building one of the first recognised computers. His manic approach to his research and work, lead to challenges and changes within the dynamics of the team working alongside him at Bletchley Park, and at a time when homosexuality was still illegal and misunderstood, the film faces the terrible fate of gay men during 1940s.
(A concession price of £3.50 is available for under 18s - see Tickets)