Another Birchmeadow special. A tasty three part meal with a Belgian bias, followed by one of those ‘must see again’ films – this time from Belgium of course … BRAND NEW TESTAMENT.
Ea is the only daughter of God. She lives in a Brussels apartment with him (rather vicious and cynical) and her extremely downtrodden mother. God is bored to death, and the only thing that keeps him going is the fun he gets from his daily mean-minded intrusions into the happiness of human beings.
But Ea, like her brother before her, is a sensitive being. She becomes determined to make things go better. Brand New Testament is the story of her efforts, and of God’s efforts to stop her. Whilst it’s laden with laughs, it IS a bit irreverant.
Tickets via our website or Downes’s in Broseley High Street.
Admission ONLY by ticket.
Julieta is packing books, making ready to move to Portugal with her boyfriend. But whilst shopping, she meets Bea, who was the best friend of Julieta’s estranged daughter, Antia.
Bea discloses that Antia is married with three kids. As a result, Julieta decides to leave her boyfriend and stay put after all. She rents a flat in her former block, dearly hoping that Antia will make contact.
“Told in flashback over 30 years of guilt and grief, this tender melodrama based on three Alice Munro short stories is Pedro Almodóvar’s best film in a decade.”
Doors open 19:30 & film at 20:00 – big screen & good sound – excellent bar
2019 membership @ £30 gives free admission to this and seven more films
A welcome return for this amazing duo!
The only outfit in the UK to have picked up National Awards in both blues and country music categories. The duo, Rob and Sarah Skinner, both multi-instrumentalists originating from South East England, now residing in Ontario Canada; play a mix of folk, rock, country, bluegrass and blues. Sarahs soprano saxaphone playing is sublime. If you missed them last time make sure you see them this time.
Tickets £10 in advance from
Fleeing from the Russian secret police, Endel, a young Estonian fencer, is forced to return to his homeland, where he begins to train a group of young children in the art of fencing. But the past catches up with him in a most uncomfortable fashion, and he must choose between letting his students down or putting his life in danger.
Partially based on the real life story of an Estonian fencer, Endel Nelis.
Cabaret layout – excellent bar – big screen.
Early eighties, and everybody is moving to the beat of pop. But in Dublin Conor – a teenager with a sensitive heart – is trying to deal with a tense family relationship and reconnect with his older brother, while dealing with the hostile environment in his new public school.
Then, one day, he sees her. Tall, with long chestnut hair, a buttery complexion, and big, dark eyes; an enigmatically beautiful girl standing by his school’s gate, indolently observing people passing by. But who is she, and how could a boy like himever get noticed by such a distant girl?
That’s easy … read more at our website link.
BROSELEY FESTIVAL IS A FREE TWO DAY MUSIC EVENT HELD IN THE SMALL HISTORIC TOWN OF BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE. ENJOY A WEEKEND PACKED WITH LIVE MUSIC ACROSS TWO STAGES, GREAT CHILDREN’S ENTERTAINMENT, A RANGE OF FANTASTIC INTERNATIONAL FOOD & DRINKS STALLS PLUS DONT MISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT OUR FUN FAIR AND BROWSE THE VAST AMOUNT OF SHOPS AND STALLS AROUND THE TOWN.