Join us for July's #FridayFeature screening of Fisherman’s Friends - certificate 12A
A fast-living, cynical London music executive (Daniel Mays) heads to a remote Cornish village on a stag weekend where he's pranked by his boss (Noel Clarke) into trying to sign a group of shanty singing fishermen (led by James Purefoy).
Your community cinema experience is what you make it! You are welcome to bring your own drinks (including alcohol) and snacks - even your supper! Hot drinks on sale for 50p.
WHY NOT GRAB SOME FISH AND CHIPS FROM THE CHIPPY!
Cash purchase in advance from Stirchley Baths: £5*.
Online purchase £5.50 (plus £1 transaction fee per total order)
*Stirchley Baths reception during opening times (Monday-Friday from 9.30am until 8 or 9pm (please check). To make things really easy for the reception team, please bring the exact £5 in notes or coins per ticket.
Doors open 7pm, so come and grab your seat and have a drink and chat before the film starts. No pre-reserved seating. Film starts at 7.30pm. Film ends around 10pm, followed by a little time to chat if you don't want to rush off, while we clean up the popcorn!
Stirchley Open Cinema is being developed by a small group of people living in Stirchley and surrounding areas who believe that film is a great way to bring people together and build community. A Birmingham City Council Local Innovation Fund grant is helping us to get started.