An American in Paris<br>afternoon film
19th
August - An American in Paris
afternoon film
Les Miserables<br>evening film - £5
29th
August - Les Miserables
evening film - £5
Shirley Valentine
16th
September - Shirley Valentine
Les Intouchables (in French)<br>evening film - £5
26th
September - Les Intouchables (in French)
evening film - £5
Brooks Williams LIVE
27th
September - Brooks Williams LIVE
Red Shoes LIVE
18th
October - Red Shoes LIVE
The Supremes - and others
25th
October - The Supremes - and others
While & Matthews - LIVE
01st
November - While & Matthews - LIVE
Claude Bourbon
17th
January - Claude Bourbon
Blackheart - LIVE
21st
February - Blackheart - LIVE
O'Hooley and Tidow
14th
March - O'Hooley and Tidow
Winter Wilson LIVE
11th
April - Winter Wilson LIVE
James Hickman and Dan Cassidy
09th
May - James Hickman and Dan Cassidy

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19th August Tuesday

An American in Paris
afternoon film

Put on by - Broseley's Cinema
Information contact Mark ... 0789 141 2450 ... Email us
An American in Paris<br>afternoon film

Who’s in it

Gene Kelly, Lesley Caron. Directed by Vincent Minnelli.

What’s it about

American G.I. Jerry Mulligan (Gene Kelly) stays in Paris after the war to become a painter. There he falls in love with Lise Bouvier (Leslie Caron), only to discover that she is engaged to his friend Henri Baurel (Georges Guetary).

The show includes wonderful music and songs by George and Ira Gershwin, including 'I Got Rhythm' and 'Embraceable You'. It's no wonder that the film went on to win six Academy Awards, including Best Picture.


Free admission
Small charge for refreshments
Film starts 2.30
Run time:- 108 minutes
 

29th August Friday

Les Miserables
evening film - £5

Put on by - Broseley's Cinema
Information contact Mark ... 0789 141 2450 ... Email us
Les Miserables<br>evening film - £5

Guardian's 4-star review

Les Misérables tells the story of Valjean, a proud and decent man imprisoned for stealing bread to save his sister's family from starving. Once released, he is viciously pursued by police officer Javert for breaking the terms of his parole, but makes a Hardyesque career leap into respectability, becoming a mayor and factory owner.

His path crosses that of his poor employee Fantine whose grownup daughter Cosette is to fall fatefully in love with revolutionary firebrand Marius - just at the time when Paris erupts in violence, and when Valjean must make his final reckoning with Javert.

The film conquers its audience with weapons all its own: not passion so much as passionate sincerity, not power so much as overwhelming force. Every line, every note, every scene is belted out with diaphragm-quivering conviction and unbroken, unremitting intensity.

The physical strength of this movie is impressive: an awe-inspiring and colossal effort, just like Valjean's as he lifts the flagpole at the beginning of the film. You can almost see the movie's muscles flexing and the veins standing out like whipcords on its forehead."

"At the end, you really have experienced something."


Just the right kind of film
for the Birchmeadow's ace acoustics.

The Management respectfully requests,
no loud crying, please.



£5 only - tickets at the door.
Doors open 7:15
film starts at 7:45
 

16th September Tuesday afternoon

Shirley Valentine

Put on by - Broseley Cinema
Information contact Mark ... 0789 141 2450 ... Email us
Shirley Valentine

Who’s in it

Pauline Collins, Joanna Lumley, Tom Conti, Sylvia Sims. Directed by Lewis Gilbert, and written by Willy Russell.

What’s it about

Shirley Valentine (Pauline Collins) is a middle-aged, bored Liverpool housewife. She finds herself talking to the wall while she prepares her husband's chip'n'egg, wondering what happened to her life.

She compares scenes in her current life with what she used to be like, and feels she's become stagnated and stuck in deep a rut. But when her best friend wins an all-expenses-paid holiday to Greece for two and invites her along, she jumps at the chance to do something different.

Shirley begins to see the world, and herself, in a different light. And would you believe, whilst on holiday she meets a local man (Tom Conti), and that proves very interesting.

Refreshment break half way through.



Free admission
Small charge for refreshments
Film starts 2:30
Run time 108 minutes
 

26th September Friday

Les Intouchables (in French)
evening film - £5

Put on by - Broseley's Cinema
Information contact Mark ... 0789 141 2450 ...
Les Intouchables (in French)<br>evening film - £5

Les Intouchables.
Good-fun French film

Philippe is a rich accident-damaged quadriplegic who owns a luxurious Parisian mansion. He and his assistant Magalie are interviewing candidates to be his live-in carer.

Driss is a candidate who actually has no ambition to get hired. He's there just to get a signature to show that he was interviewed and rejected, so that he can continue to receive his welfare benefits.

He is extremely casual and shamelessly flirts with Magalie. He is told to come back the next morning to get his signed letter. Driss goes back to the tiny flat that he shares with his extended family in a bleak Parisian suburb. His aunt, exasperated from not hearing from him for six months, orders him to leave the flat - whoops: is he going to have to get a job after all?

When it's discussed, Philippe offers him a trial period of one month to gain experience in helping him: then Driss can decide whether he would like to stay with him or not. Driss accepts the challenge and moves to the mansion, changing the boring life of Phillipe - and his employees.

The Guardian gives it **** and says - "for once, the hype is justified. This is a charming, uplifting French drama – an irreverent, humorous take on disability, closely drawn from real-life."

Venez, avec vos amis !!

But we should warn you ...
it only got 57 award nominations.



£5 only - tickets at the door.
Doors open 7:15
film starts at 7:45