What an inspirational and enjoyable evening. The film Tomorrow is infectious in its positivity. We had a number of people asking if they could show the film in their community and would like to provide the following link to the Transition Network site which takes you through the process of how to run a community screening https://transitionnetwork.org/news-and-blog/tomorrow-demain-available-last-uk/ If you would like to borrow a copy of the movie for home use then contact us here at Transition Southampton This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We are also looking into the best way to buy a copy for home use.

If you enjoyed the themes and ideas explored in the film and would like to find out more about us, your local Transition group then please come along to October Books, 243 Portswood Road SO17 2NG on Tuesday 30th May at 7pm, where we will continue the conversations. 


Some quotes from participants of the evening 'Thought provoking. It made me remind myself of living more responsibly'....

'I think I'll start 'tomorrow' by telling my family to watch this film. It gave me a feeeling that people from all over the world are converging on creative ideas about our destiny'.....

'A wonderful film. Should be essential viewing everywhere, for the education of government, councils,schools, churches.... just everywhere'




18th May 2017

Union Southampton Building (Blg 42)

5 -7pm Community Corner, 7 – 9pm Film screening

Come along to our Community Corner fair and celebrate and engage with local initiatives championing 'community' in Southampton!Just some of the contributors confirmed so far are: Creative Places, Bike2Basics, Southampton Repair Cafe, Not Just Trash, Free books Southampton, Rice Up and many more to come!


Tomorrow,a hugely popular documentary described as 'affirming, positive and the perfect antidote to the current sense of global despondency'. Seen by over 1.5 million people,Tomorrowwon 'Best Documentary' at the Cesar Awards (French Oscars).


A collaboration between University of Southampton’s Festival of Doctoral Research and Transition Southampton