Inequality, injustice and the demands of the world we live in cause stress and depression for many people. Some explode. “Wild Tales” is a multi-story film about such people. Vulnerable in the face of a reality that shifts and suddenly turns unpredictable, people cross the thin line that divides civilisation and barbarism. Such as a lover’s betrayal, a return to the repressed past, and the violence woven into everyday encounters drive the film’s characters to madness as they cede to the almost-pleasure of losing control.
Director Damián Szifron
Cert 15 – 122mins – 2015
Wheelchair access – Screen 4.5m – Caberet-style layout – Excellent bar – Ice cream
Childhood friends Julián and Tomás were once inseparable, but lost sight of their friendship. Divorced Julián stayed in Spain where he lived through the highs and lows of an acting career. Tomás emigrated to Canada, building a peaceful existence with his job, his wife and his children. After a reunion in Madrid, their friendship revived as if it had never fallen asleep. They spend a few wonderful days in the city full of nostalgic memories and unforgettable experiences – knowing this will probably be their last reunion.
Director Cesc Gay
Cert 15 – 108mins – 2016
Wheelchair access – Caberet style layout – 4.5m screen – excellent bar – ice cream
Broseley Festival CIC are pleased to announce Broseley Festival 2020 will be returning on Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st June 2020.
New location announced: Broseley Fair Field
Broseley Festival is a two day music festival held in the historic town of Broseley Shropshire each year and is run by Broseley Festival CIC – a group of fourteen volunteers who all dedicate and volunteer their own time throughout the year to fundraise to ensure this brilliant festival goes ahead. Broseley Festival is held in June and is now proving to be one of the most popular two day music events in Shropshire attracting thousands of visitors to our town each year. The festival has some of the best international bands and tributes from all over the UK perform each year as well as amazing local performers taking to the stage to show off their talents. In addition to this the Broseley Festival offers it’s visitors the chance to try a range of international inspired street food and delicious drinks from one of the many stalls and bars that attend the weekend or why not grab a gift from one of the exciting craft and market stalls. You may also wish to take time to look around our beautiful historic town and it’s surrounding areas including the world famous Ironbridge Gorge world heritage site just a 2 minute drive away. These are just a few reasons why Broseley Festival is now one of Shropshire’s most popular music events!
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