St Edmund's Hall, Goldbrook, Hoxne, IP21 5AN
Film nights are held every month in St Edmund's Hall and we aim to offer a wide range of films appealing to as many people as possible. Generally the evenings are on the second Friday in every month.
We normally have a few films scheduled at a time and choose them by the recommendations collected from our audiences.
Doors open about 7:00pm with films starting at 7:30pm. We always have a short interval halfway through so that our audiences can have a break. The bar facilities are open both before the film and during the interval serving drinks, popcorn and ice cream. Tickets are £4.00.
Call 01379 668060 to book your tickets
or use the contact form.
If you have suggestions of films you would like included in our next programme please contact us using the contact form.
Friday 14th December 2018
“A boy, a girl, and the worst football team in Britain. You can’t choose who you’re going to fall in love with.” The Bromley Boys, tells the story of David Roberts (Brenock O’Connor) and his love affair with his local football team Bromley F.C. We start in 1966 with England winning the World Cup and young Dave falling madly in love with the sport right afterwards. His passion for the game manifests in his desire to attend some live matches at one of the big teams, his parents, more specifically his Dad, Donald (Alan Davies) is against the idea. His Mum, Gertie (Martine McCutcheon) comes up with the idea of attending local small, very small in comparison, Bromley F.C. Reluctant at first, Dave decides to take his mum up on the offer and that’s where his passion flourishes. During his time attending the matches, he meets Ruby McQueen the daughter of the owner of the football club who he begins to fall for. (PG)