See great films on your doorstep SOON @Beckenham #se20 #Bromley

HERE’S WHAT YOU CAN SEE AT FILMBOX SOON IN 2016 – join NOW & come and enjoy our New Years’ Members’ Social on 14 January only £2 for a free glass of fizz, nibbles and a film! You can now buy membership easily online! See below…

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NON-MEMBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME but If you become a member – you and a guest can see each of these films for only £5 each (usual price £8 each), plus a drinks loyalty card and other benefits! All films are screened subject to BBFC film classification. Our box office with details of dates, times & prices is here: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox which includes a link to buy membership online! Only £25 if you come and buy at an event, or £28 online (to allow for site commission).

Members have a priority booking window and non-members can book at least 10 days in advance; sometimes tickets are available on the door. Two of you can see each of these films for only £5 each if you become a member – full details here: www.langleyfilmbox.com/members-area

JANUARY 2016

14 JanuaryWHEN HARRY MET SALLY & 27 January45 YEARS

Special New Year offer – non-members can see When Harry Met Sally for only £5 each (usually £8). If you become a member, you can see this film for only £2 each and enjoy a free welcome drink and canapés at our members’ social before the film.

Email us with any queries: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

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11 February (members’ vote-off between ANNIE HALL & 500 DAYS OF SUMMER) & 24 FebruarySLOW WEST

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10 MarchBROOKLYN & 16 MarchTHE LADY IN THE VAN

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We’re keeping an eye on the Oscars and BAFTAs nominations for our Summer (April to July 2016) season! We like the look of these so far… but there’ll be more to choose from…

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Escape INTO THE WOODS – Streep Blunt Corden Pine WED 29/4/15 – 7.30pm @Beckenham

Better on the BIG screen – open for booking to all now. ‘Be careful what you wish for…’ 

Join us on WEDNESDAY 29 APRIL as we go INTO THE WOODS, with Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, Anna Kendrick, James Corden, Chris Pine and Johnny Depp.

‘Pure pleasure’ – 4 stars, Robbie Collin, The Telegraph (7 Jan 2015)

Stephen Sondheim’s 1987 musical explored the darker side of classic fairy tales, with a characteristically vibrant and expressive musical score. Over 30 years later, it has been brought to the screen in what Telegraph film critic Robbie Collin described as a film full of ‘pure pleasure’ with superb production design and lively performances. With more than a pinch of subtlety and a handful of ironyINTO THE WOODS is much more likely to appeal to grown-ups and older teens/young adults rather than little ones, so it’s PG certificate doesn’t indicate a target audience by any means.

The film is a whirl of pure pleasure that just keeps whirling: Sondheim doesn’t write show-stoppers but show-surgers, and from the moment the glorious opening number whips up, introducing the central players, the film cartwheels onwards until it lands at its unexpected but quite beautiful happy-ever-after with a Jack-and-Jill-sized bump.” (Collin, The Telegraph)

streep 1  EmilyBluntIntothewoods

“Streep has played more than her fair share of witches since taking on the mantle of the venom-tipped magazine editor in The Devil Wears Prada. But as she was in that film, she’s upstaged here by Blunt – if upstaged weren’t entirely the wrong word to describe a performance this honest, generous and piercingly tender-hearted. When Blunt sings Moments in the Woods, peeking playfully around tree-trunks, you can see the lyrics washing her character’s thoughts this way and that – a beautiful, therapeutic little passage of subtlety in a genre that rarely supports it.” (Collin, The Telegraph)

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pjy5MK1X70

Wednesday 29/4/15 – Bar open from 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pmBook here now: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox .

No booking fee to pay and FREE parking – cinema tickets £8/£5 (concessions).

At Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts (opened 2012), off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham BR3 3BP – full venue details http://www.LangleyFilmbox.com – email if queries: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

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Tickets on door TONIGHT for MR TURNER Timothy Spall 7.30pm @BeckBromFL

Better on the BIG screen – tickets available on door for tonight, in our big theatre, over 190 booked!. TONIGHT– recipient of numerous awards and nominations, MR TURNER.

Bar open 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pm.

“The Sun is God!”, the last words of the great British artist JMW Turner. Mike Leigh brings his unique directorial style, and the airy cinematography of Dick Pope who recreates the “rain, steam, speed” of Turner’s paintings, to a superb evocation of the time and Turner’s life. Moreover, Spall is every bit the artist himself, always compelling, as described in a great review from Mark Kermode,

“…there are plenty of bursts of raucous laughter, most of them generated by Spall, whose ear for a well-timed line is as keen as his character’s eye for colourful detail. He may have spent two years learning to paint in preparation for this career-defining role, but what shines through is a lifetime spent mastering the full spectrum of the performer’s palette, all of which is employed in this awards-worthy portrait of a man wrestling light with his hands as if it were a physical element: tangible, malleable, corporeal.” (2 November 2014, The Observer)

Cannes 2014: Mr Turner

Above: Timothy Spall as JMW Turner with Paul Jesson, who plays the artist’s beloved father, William, who helped him throughout his career, often by mixing his paints.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbb0bugUgq4

Thursday 16/4/15‘Mr Turner’ (Mike Leigh, UK, 2014, cert 12A, 150 mins)

Bar open from 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pmBook here now: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox .

No booking fee to pay and FREE parking – cinema tickets £8/£5 (members and under 18s).

In our Screen 1 (photo below) at Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts (opened 2012), off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham BR3 3BP – full venue details http://www.LangleyFilmbox.com – email if queries: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

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Performance Hall

Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.

Join us tomorrow eve! 160+ booked for MR TURNER (cert12A) Timothy Spall 16/4/15 at 7.30pm @BeckBromFL

Better on the BIG screen – open for booking to all now. Thursday 16 April – recipient of numerous awards and nominations, MR TURNER. Book online in advance or buy tickets on the door tomorrow from 7pm. Bar open from 6.40pm. “The Sun is God!”, the last words of the great British artist JMW Turner. Mike Leigh brings his unique directorial style, and the airy cinematography of Dick Pope who recreates the “rain, steam, speed” of Turner’s paintings, to a superb evocation of the time and Turner’s life. Moreover, Spall is every bit the artist himself, always compelling, as described in a great review from Mark Kermode, “…there are plenty of bursts of raucous laughter, most of them generated by Spall, whose ear for a well-timed line is as keen as his character’s eye for colourful detail. He may have spent two years learning to paint in preparation for this career-defining role, but what shines through is a lifetime spent mastering the full spectrum of the performer’s palette, all of which is employed in this awards-worthy portrait of a man wrestling light with his hands as if it were a physical element: tangible, malleable, corporeal.” (2 November 2014, The Observer) Cannes 2014: Mr Turner Above: Timothy Spall as JMW Turner with Paul Jesson, who plays the artist’s beloved father, William, who helped him throughout his career, often by mixing his paints. Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbb0bugUgq4 Thursday 16/4/15 – Bar open from 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pmBook here now: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox . No booking fee to pay and FREE parking – cinema tickets £8/£5 (members and under 18s). In our Screen 1 (photo below) at Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts (opened 2012), off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham BR3 3BP – full venue details http://www.LangleyFilmbox.com – email if queries: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com mr turner Performance Hall Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.

Escape with us INTO THE WOODS – Streep Blunt Corden WED 29/4/15 7.30pm @Beckenham

Better on the BIG screen – open for booking to all now. ‘Be careful what you wish for…!’  

Join us on WEDNESDAY 29 APRIL as we go INTO THE WOODS, with Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, Anna Kendrick, James Corden, Chris Pine and Johnny Depp.

‘Pure pleasure’ – 4 stars, Robbie Collin, The Telegraph (7 Jan 2015)

Stephen Sondheim’s 1987 musical explored the darker side of classic fairy tales, with a characteristically vibrant and expressive musical score. Over 30 years later, it has been brought to the screen in what Telegraph film critic Robbie Collin described as a film full of ‘pure pleasure’ with superb production design and lively performances. With more than a pinch of subtlety and a handful of ironyINTO THE WOODS is much more likely to appeal to grown-ups and older teens/young adults rather than little ones, so it’s PG certificate doesn’t indicate a target audience by any means.

The film is a whirl of pure pleasure that just keeps whirling: Sondheim doesn’t write show-stoppers but show-surgers, and from the moment the glorious opening number whips up, introducing the central players, the film cartwheels onwards until it lands at its unexpected but quite beautiful happy-ever-after with a Jack-and-Jill-sized bump.” (Collin, The Telegraph)

streep 1  EmilyBluntIntothewoods

“Streep has played more than her fair share of witches since taking on the mantle of the venom-tipped magazine editor in The Devil Wears Prada. But as she was in that film, she’s upstaged here by Blunt – if upstaged weren’t entirely the wrong word to describe a performance this honest, generous and piercingly tender-hearted. When Blunt sings Moments in the Woods, peeking playfully around tree-trunks, you can see the lyrics washing her character’s thoughts this way and that – a beautiful, therapeutic little passage of subtlety in a genre that rarely supports it.” (Collin, The Telegraph)

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pjy5MK1X70

Wednesday 29/4/15 – Bar open from 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pmBook here now: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox .

No booking fee to pay and FREE parking – cinema tickets £8/£5 (concessions).

At Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts (opened 2012), off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham BR3 3BP – full venue details http://www.LangleyFilmbox.com – email if queries: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

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Book a treat now MR TURNER! Cannes & London Critics awards Best Actor Timothy Spall 16/4/15 @BeckBromFL

Better on the BIG screen – open for booking to all now. THURSDAY16 April – recipient of numerous awards and nominations, MR TURNER.

“The Sun is God!”, the last words of the great British artist JMW Turner. Mike Leigh brings his unique directorial style, and the airy cinematography of Dick Pope who recreates the “rain, steam & speed” of Turner’s paintings, to a superb evocation of the time and Turner’s life. Moreover, Spall is every bit the artist himself, always compelling, as described in a great review from Mark Kermode,

“…there are plenty of bursts of raucous laughter, most of them generated by Spall, whose ear for a well-timed line is as keen as his character’s eye for colourful detail. He may have spent two years learning to paint in preparation for this career-defining role, but what shines through is a lifetime spent mastering the full spectrum of the performer’s palette, all of which is employed in this awards-worthy portrait of a man wrestling light with his hands as if it were a physical element: tangible, malleable, corporeal.” (2 November 2014, The Observer)

Cannes 2014: Mr Turner

Above: Timothy Spall as JMW Turner with Paul Jesson, who plays the artist’s beloved father, William, who helped him throughout his career, often by mixing his paints.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbb0bugUgq4

Thursday 16/4/15 – Bar open from 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pmBook here now: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox .

No booking fee to pay and FREE parking – cinema tickets £8/£5 (members and under 18s).

In our Screen 1 (photo below) at Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts (opened 2012), off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham BR3 3BP – full venue details http://www.LangleyFilmbox.com – email if queries: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

mr turner

Performance Hall

Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.

Escape INTO THE WOODS – Streep Blunt Corden WED 29/4/15 – 7.30pm @Beckenham #betteronbigscreen

Better on the BIG screen – open for booking to all now. ‘Be careful what you wish for…’ 

Join us on WEDNESDAY 29 APRIL as we go INTO THE WOODS, with Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, Anna Kendrick, James Corden, Chris Pine and Johnny Depp.

‘Pure pleasure’ – 4 stars, Robbie Collin, The Telegraph (7 Jan 2015)

Stephen Sondheim’s 1987 musical explored the darker side of classic fairy tales, with a characteristically vibrant and expressive musical score. Over 30 years later, it has been brought to the screen in what Telegraph film critic Robbie Collin described as a film full of ‘pure pleasure’ with superb production design and lively performances. With more than a pinch of subtlety and a handful of ironyINTO THE WOODS is much more likely to appeal to grown-ups and older teens/young adults rather than little ones, so it’s PG certificate doesn’t indicate a target audience by any means.

The film is a whirl of pure pleasure that just keeps whirling: Sondheim doesn’t write show-stoppers but show-surgers, and from the moment the glorious opening number whips up, introducing the central players, the film cartwheels onwards until it lands at its unexpected but quite beautiful happy-ever-after with a Jack-and-Jill-sized bump.” (Collin, The Telegraph)

streep 1  EmilyBluntIntothewoods

“Streep has played more than her fair share of witches since taking on the mantle of the venom-tipped magazine editor in The Devil Wears Prada. But as she was in that film, she’s upstaged here by Blunt – if upstaged weren’t entirely the wrong word to describe a performance this honest, generous and piercingly tender-hearted. When Blunt sings Moments in the Woods, peeking playfully around tree-trunks, you can see the lyrics washing her character’s thoughts this way and that – a beautiful, therapeutic little passage of subtlety in a genre that rarely supports it.” (Collin, The Telegraph)

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pjy5MK1X70

Wednesday 29/4/15 – Bar open from 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pmBook here now: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox .

No booking fee to pay and FREE parking – cinema tickets £8/£5 (concessions).

At Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts (opened 2012), off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham BR3 3BP – full venue details http://www.LangleyFilmbox.com – email if queries: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

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MR TURNER (cert12A) ‘British Actor of the Year’ Timothy Spall 16/4/15-7.30pm @Beckenham

Better on the BIG screen – open for booking to all now. THURSDAY 16 April – recipient of numerous awards and nominations, MR TURNER, including Best Actor (Cannes 2014) and British Actor of the Year (London Critics Circle 2015)

“The Sun is God!”, the last words of the great British artist JMW Turner. Mike Leigh brings his unique directorial style, and the airy cinematography of Dick Pope who recreates the “rain, steam, speed” of Turner’s paintings, to a superb evocation of the time and Turner’s life. Moreover, Spall is every bit the artist himself, always compelling, as described in a great review from Mark Kermode,

“…there are plenty of bursts of raucous laughter, most of them generated by Spall, whose ear for a well-timed line is as keen as his character’s eye for colourful detail. He may have spent two years learning to paint in preparation for this career-defining role, but what shines through is a lifetime spent mastering the full spectrum of the performer’s palette, all of which is employed in this awards-worthy portrait of a man wrestling light with his hands as if it were a physical element: tangible, malleable, corporeal.” (2 November 2014, The Observer)

Cannes 2014: Mr Turner

Above: Timothy Spall as JMW Turner with Paul Jesson, who plays the artist’s beloved father, William, who helped him throughout his career, often by mixing his paints.

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbb0bugUgq4

Thursday 16/4/15 – Licensed Bar open from 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pmBook here now: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

No booking fee to pay and FREE parking – cinema tickets £8/£5 (concessions).

In our Screen 1 (photo below) at Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts (opened 2012), off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham BR3 3BP – full venue details http://www.LangleyFilmbox.com – email if queries: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

mr turner

Performance Hall

Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.

Escape INTO THE WOODS – Streep Blunt Corden WED 29/4/15 7.30pm @Beckenham #betteronbigscreen

Better on the BIG screen – open for booking to all now. ‘Be careful what you wish for…’ 

Join us on WEDNESDAY 29 APRIL as we go INTO THE WOODS, with Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, Anna Kendrick, James Corden, Chris Pine and Johnny Depp.

‘Pure pleasure’ – 4 stars, Robbie Collin, The Telegraph (7 Jan 2015)

Stephen Sondheim’s 1987 musical explored the darker side of classic fairy tales, with a characteristically vibrant and expressive musical score. Over 30 years later, it has been brought to the screen in what Telegraph film critic Robbie Collin described as a film full of ‘pure pleasure’ with superb production design and lively performances. With more than a pinch of subtlety and a handful of ironyINTO THE WOODS is much more likely to appeal to grown-ups and older teens/young adults rather than little ones, so it’s PG certificate doesn’t indicate a target audience by any means.

The film is a whirl of pure pleasure that just keeps whirling: Sondheim doesn’t write show-stoppers but show-surgers, and from the moment the glorious opening number whips up, introducing the central players, the film cartwheels onwards until it lands at its unexpected but quite beautiful happy-ever-after with a Jack-and-Jill-sized bump.” (Collin, The Telegraph)

streep 1  EmilyBluntIntothewoods

“Streep has played more than her fair share of witches since taking on the mantle of the venom-tipped magazine editor in The Devil Wears Prada. But as she was in that film, she’s upstaged here by Blunt – if upstaged weren’t entirely the wrong word to describe a performance this honest, generous and piercingly tender-hearted. When Blunt sings Moments in the Woods, peeking playfully around tree-trunks, you can see the lyrics washing her character’s thoughts this way and that – a beautiful, therapeutic little passage of subtlety in a genre that rarely supports it.” (Collin, The Telegraph)

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pjy5MK1X70

Wednesday 29/4/15 – Bar open from 6.40pm, film programme from 7.30pmBook here now: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox .

No booking fee to pay and FREE parking – cinema tickets £8/£5 (concessions).

At Langley Park Centre for the Performing Arts (opened 2012), off South Eden Park Road, Beckenham BR3 3BP – full venue details http://www.LangleyFilmbox.com – email if queries: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

into-the-woods-disney-poster

Our audience in the larger venue the Bromley Hall.

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