Green Screen: I Could Never Go Vegan

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Green Screen: I Could Never Go Vegan

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Greener Henley is pleased to be hosting our next Green Screen event I Could Never Go Vegan at the Regal Cinema on Wednesday 15th May @ 8pm

Five words spoken around the world by so many non-vegans, but why? On a quest for the truth, a filmmaker sets out on a journey to find out the leading arguments facing the vegan movement, and if they’re justified. Film followed by a panel discussion.

This screening’s panel consists of:

  • Chair: Ed Hopkins, founder of Dark Green PR and Green Communications Expert
  • Vanessa Sturman – Vanessa Sturman is a Transformational Health Coach and Award-Winning Speaker. She helps leaders, the public and sports people eat their way to great performance, increased resilience and a healthy weight by implementing non-restrictive, healthy eating habits and incorporating more delicious, anti-inflammatory, plant based wholefoods
  • Linda Newbery – author and campaigner on animal and environmental issues. Her recent publication This Book is Cruelty Free – Animals and Us looks at our daily choices, how they affect animals and the environment, and how we can choose better.
  • Ollie Phillips, former English professional Rugby Union player and now multinational business director. As a self proclaimed rampant carnivore, he will be sharing his views on why he could never go vegan!
  • Bella Connell is a 5th generation farmer in the Hambleden Valley and, along with her husband, farms beef cattle, sheep and arable crops. Chairman of the Royal South Bucks Agricultural Association and a member of the National Farmers Union, Bella is passionate about sustainable farming practices.

Book your tickets for the screening here.

Check out the Film Website and watch the trailer here


May 15
8:00 pm
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Greener Henley


Henley Regal Picturehouse Cinema