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)
On-door sales if any tickets are left. We will announce this on social media.
Please note, if we don't have enough presales to reassure us that we will cover event costs, we might decide to cancel. If this should happen, we will contact you and offer you a full refund.
*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.