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Tkts on door TMRW 6Jul #Manchesterbythesea #EagleHuntress 220+ booked £8/5 #Beckenham #Bromley #cinema

#BetterOnTheBigScreen with our great audience, join our lovely patrons tomorrow evening Thursday 6 July for a great value and sociable night out.

Licensed Bar and Box Office open at 7pm. FREE off-street parking. Local ice creams. At Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts, Beckenham, Kent BR3 3BP – close to Eden Park train station and many bus links.

Since June 2017, we now have a superb new professional cinema screen in our main theatre – seats over 400.

BOOK TICKETS in advance or turn up on the door (allocated seats) at 7pm – please consult for precise details re. start times:

Manchester by the Sea (cert 15) with Casey Affleck (Best Actor Oscar, BAFTA and Golden Globe winner) and Michelle Williams.

“(This film) sings its lonely song with tremendous heart and soul. No wonder it left me wanting more.” Mark Kermode – The Observer

“Masterfully told and beautifully acted, Manchester By The Sea is a shattering yet graceful elegy of loss and grief.” Phil De Semlyen – Empire

“Kenneth Lonergan’s beautifully textured, richly enveloping drama about how a death in the family forces a small-town New Englander to confront a past tragedy anew.” Justin Chang – Variety


The Eagle Huntress (cert U) drama documentary – in Khazak, with English voiceover by Daisy Ridley (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) and with English subtitles.

‘You are awesome.’ These are words that every 13-year-old girl needs to hear from her dad. They’re much more helpful than ‘You are pretty’ or ‘You are nice.’ The dad doing the verbal high-fiving in this inspiring doc is Agalai, a Mongolian eagle hunter. Eagle hunting is a tribal tradition that goes back 2,000 years among Kazakh nomadic men, who ride out on horseback with an eagle across the frozen Central Asian steppes to catch foxes and rabbits. It’s a father-and-son thing. But enlightened Agalai understands that his pigtailed teenage daughter Aisholpan has the grit and talent to be a hunter.” Cath ClarkeTime Out

Bring your daughters and grand-daughters to this uplifting film!


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Founded in September 2012 to provide a wider film programme than available in local commercial cinemas, at good value prices for grown-ups, with a sociable community atmosphere and a licensed bar. We are a not-for-profit community cinema with a membership, open to non-members too. Run by dedicated and energetic volunteers.