R U free TONIGHT? See classic family Xmas film 7.30pm @Beckenham Tkts on door

TONIGHT – enjoy a special (& affordable) family Christmas treat!

Wed 10 December at FILMBOX Community Cinema at Langley Park School for Boys, off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham, BR3 3BP. In our BIG cinema (seats over 400 – see photo below) with our silver and white 15′ Christmas tree! Refreshments from 6.30pm, film programme from 7.30pm. FREE parking.

Blue-Christmas-Tree-Vector-Illustration

‘MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET’ (Seaton, 1947, USA, Cert U, 98mins, b&w) – under 16s very welcome. With Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O’Hara and a young Natalie Wood – a charming tale of a man who believes he is the real Father Christmas and has to go to court to prove it.

Open from 6.30pm for refreshments for all ages, including mince pies and mulled wine, Simply ice creams & sorbets, Joe&Seph’s gourmet popcorn. Our bar is fully licensed and takes credit/debit cards. Wheelchair accessible at both stalls and circle levels – please email us in advance to ensure our best service LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com.

Film programme begins at 7.30pm with live musical introduction from a cappella group Just Voices (see below). RAFFLE – Chapel Down Sparkling Brut (Tenterten) & FILMBOX prizes. Retiring collection on behalf of Cancer Research.

FREE parking. Tickets: £9/£5 each concessions or Group ticket (4 seats) for only £20

Book here: http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox . Email us to be placed on email list for 2015 programme: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

miracle on 34 street poster

miracle 5

just voices

logo-with-awards

cancer research

joseph-popcorn1 (1)

Performance Hall

chapel down label

 

 

Free tonight? See classic family Xmas film TONIGHT 7.30pm @Beckenham Tkts on door

TONIGHT – enjoy a special (& affordable) family Christmas treat!

Wed 10 December at FILMBOX Community Cinema at Langley Park School for Boys, off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham, BR3 3BP. In our BIG cinema (seats over 400 – see photo below) with our silver and white 15′ Christmas tree! Refreshments from 6.30pm, film programme from 7.30pm. FREE parking.

Blue-Christmas-Tree-Vector-Illustration

‘MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET’ (Seaton, 1947, USA, Cert U, 98mins, b&w) – under 16s very welcome. With Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O’Hara and a young Natalie Wood – a charming tale of a man who believes he is the real Father Christmas and has to go to court to prove it.

Open from 6.30pm for refreshments for all ages, including mince pies and mulled wine, Simply ice creams & sorbets, Joe&Seph’s gourmet popcorn. Our bar is fully licensed and takes credit/debit cards. Wheelchair accessible at both stalls and circle levels – please email us in advance to ensure our best service LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com.

Film programme begins at 7.30pm with live musical introduction from a cappella group Just Voices (see below). RAFFLE – Chapel Down Sparkling Brut (Tenterten) & FILMBOX prizes. Retiring collection on behalf of Cancer Research.

FREE parking. Tickets: £9/£5 each concessions or Group ticket (4 seats) for only £20

Book here: http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox . Email us to be placed on email list for 2015 programme: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

miracle on 34 street poster

miracle 5

just voices

logo-with-awards

cancer research

joseph-popcorn1 (1)

Performance Hall

chapel down label

 

 

Free tonight? See classic family Xmas film TONIGHT 7.30pm @Beckenham Tkts on door

TONIGHT – enjoy a special (& affordable) family Christmas treat!

Wed 10 December at FILMBOX Community Cinema at Langley Park School for Boys, off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham, BR3 3BP. In our BIG cinema (seats over 400 – see photo below) with our silver and white 15′ Christmas tree! Refreshments from 6.30pm, film programme from 7.30pm. FREE parking.

Blue-Christmas-Tree-Vector-Illustration

‘MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET’ (Seaton, 1947, USA, Cert U, 98mins, b&w) – under 16s very welcome. With Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O’Hara and a young Natalie Wood – a charming tale of a man who believes he is the real Father Christmas and has to go to court to prove it.

Open from 6.30pm for refreshments for all ages, including mince pies and mulled wine, Simply ice creams & sorbets, Joe&Seph’s gourmet popcorn. Our bar is fully licensed and takes credit/debit cards. Wheelchair accessible at both stalls and circle levels – please email us in advance to ensure our best service LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com.

Film programme begins at 7.30pm with live musical introduction from a cappella group Just Voices (see below). RAFFLE – Chapel Down Sparkling Brut (Tenterten) & FILMBOX prizes. Retiring collection on behalf of Cancer Research.

FREE parking. Tickets: £9/£5 each concessions or Group ticket (4 seats) for only £20. 

Book here: http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox . Email us to be placed on email list for 2015 programme: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

miracle on 34 street poster

miracle 5

just voices

logo-with-awards

cancer research

joseph-popcorn1 (1)

Performance Hall

chapel down label

 

 

Pls RT: Book classic family Xmas film for this Wed 7.30pm @Beckenham – 4 seats only £20

Book a lovely family Christmas treat – THIS WEEK! Wed 10 December at FILMBOX Community Cinema at Langley Park School for Boys, off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham, BR3 3BP. In our BIG cinema (seats over 400 – see photo below) with our silver and white 15′ Christmas tree!

Blue-Christmas-Tree-Vector-Illustration

‘MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET’ (Seaton, 1947, USA, Cert U, 98mins, b&w) – under 16s very welcome. With Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O’Hara and a young Natalie Wood – a charming tale of a man who believes he is the real Father Christmas and has to go to court to prove it.

Open from 6.30pm for refreshments for all ages, including mince pies and mulled wine, Simply ice creams & sorbets, Joe&Seph’s gourmet popcorn. Our bar is fully licensed and takes credit/debit cards. Wheelchair accessible at both stalls and circle levels – please email us in advance to ensure our best service LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com.

Film programme begins at 7.30pm with live musical introduction from a cappella group Just Voices (see below). RAFFLE – Chapel Down Sparkling Brut (Tenterten) & FILMBOX prizes. Retiring collection on behalf of Cancer Research.

FREE parking. Tickets: £9/£5 each concessions or Group ticket (4 seats) for only £20. 

Book here: http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox . Email us to be placed on email list for 2015 programme: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

miracle on 34 street poster

miracle 5

just voices

logo-with-awards

cancer research

joseph-popcorn1 (1)

Performance Hall

chapel down label

 

 

Pls RT: Book classic family Xmas film for this Wed 7.30pm @Beckenham – 4 seats only £20

 

Book a lovely family Christmas treat – THIS WEEK! Wed 10 December at FILMBOX Community Cinema at Langley Park School for Boys, off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham, BR3 3BP. In our BIG cinema (seats over 400 – see photo below) with our silver and white 15′ Christmas tree!

Blue-Christmas-Tree-Vector-Illustration

‘MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET’ (Seaton, 1947, USA, Cert U, 98mins, b&w) – under 16s very welcome. With Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O’Hara and a young Natalie Wood – a charming tale of a man who believes he is the real Father Christmas and has to go to court to prove it.

Open from 6.30pm for refreshments for all ages, including mince pies and mulled wine, Simply ice creams & sorbets, Joe&Seph’s gourmet popcorn. Our bar is fully licensed and takes credit/debit cards. Wheelchair accessible at both stalls and circle levels – please email us in advance to ensure our best service LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com.

Film programme begins at 7.30pm with live musical introduction from a cappella group Just Voices (see below). RAFFLE – Chapel Down Sparkling Brut (Tenterten) & FILMBOX prizes. Retiring collection on behalf of Cancer Research.

FREE parking. Tickets: £9/£5 each concessions or Group ticket (4 seats) for only £20. 

Book here: http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox . Email us to be placed on email list for 2015 programme: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

miracle on 34 street poster

miracle 5

just voices

logo-with-awards

cancer research

joseph-popcorn1 (1)

Performance Hall

chapel down label

 

 

Tall tales and betrayals…

The Imposter Q&A at the Cameo Cinema, Edinburgh
The Imposter Q&A at the Cameo Cinema, Edinburgh (Photo credit: Edinburgh International Film Festival)

… if you haven’t tried FILMBOX Community Cinema yet, bring a friend and come and see the award-winning The Imposter (Cert 15) with us on Wed 20 March (in Studio 609).

Interview with British director Bart Layton by The Telegraph … “You’ll find yourself sucked in by (the imposter’s) twisted logic…”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/film-news/9786201/The-Imposter-Bart-Layton-You-find-yourself-sucked-in-by-his-twisted-logic.html

See our post below on The Imposter for other info and click the image to your right to see the trailer – it has had EXCELLENT reviews and will keep you thrilled throughout – an amazing true story with twists and turns!

This screening is a special trial of a digitally downloaded version of the film, arranged by a company, Kinopto (based in Crystal Palace) – http://www.kinopto.com.

Our cafe opens at 6.40pm, with a range of Kentish snacks and drinks including Chegworth Valley’s excellent range of local apple and fruit juices, Kent Crisps in great flavours and Simply ice cream including the delectable Honeycomb.

FREE parking right outside the venue, clean loos and added value in the shape of a short film, a brief intro to the films and free notes to take away – all in a friendly atmosphere. Film programme starts at 7.30pm.

Booking is open to all NOW at http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmboxcommunitycinema – seats only £7! Or become a member and only pay £3.50.

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