Welcome to the Brailes Picture House cinema on your doorstep serving the community!“
Brailes Pichouse April 22nd – Doors open 7.15 for 7.45pm start – The Girl on the Train –
The Girl on the Train is the story of Rachel Watson’s life post divorce. Every day, she takes the train in to work in New York, and every day the train passes by her old house where her ex-husband still lives with his new wife and child. As she attempts to not focus on her pain, she starts watching a couple who live a few houses down the track- Megan and Scott Hipwell. She creates a wonderful dream life for them in her head, about how they are a perfect happy family. And then one day, as the train passes, she sees something shocking, filling her rage. The next day she wakes up with a horrible hangover with no memory of the night before. Then the TV reports Megan Hipwell is missing… Rachel finds herself implicated ………..
May 20th – Bridget Jone’s Baby
June 17th – La La Land – Lets Party !
Tickets from Baldwins Newsagents or on the door.
Doors open 7:15 film starts approx. 7:45pm
Tickets: 3.50 Adults 2:50 Child
THE FILM SHOW COMMITTEE INVITE YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT TO CONTINUE RUNNING THIS IMPORTANT VILLAGE FACILITY . IF YOU FEEL YOU COULD HELP OUT IN ANYWAY, EITHER ON THE NIGHT, WITH ADVERTISING OR AS A PROJECTIONIST (INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE PROVIDED!) PLEASE RING DEIDRE CARNEY ON 01608 685479 – THANK YOU There’s no need to drive miles into town to watch a film, just come along to the Brailes Village Hall. Relax and enjoy your favourite movies with a glass of wine or a cup of coffee, some popcorn or crisps. There’s even ice cream with a dollop of compote! Enjoy the chance to meet up with your friends and local people. Film nights are usually the third Saturday of every month. Occasionally we are able to run two films in one day and for the matinee performance we try to appeal to the younger generation.
Some films may be subject to change but please keep an eye out for our posters and boards. If there is a film you wish to see again or missed would you let us know.
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Support your rural cinema, together we can make it work
- Over 160 people came to view The Queen in February 2007
- 92 people watched The Da Vinci Code in October 2006
- 43 came to see The White Countess in November 2006
- 40 locals came to watch Mrs Henderson Presents in January 2007 despite just being shown on TV.