WHAT’S ON IN 2017?

FILM PROGRAMME 2017 – BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE – online box office: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox – we pay the booking fees.

Screen 1 seats over 400 (and is wheelchair accessible) and Screen 2 seats up to 84.

Our Performance Hall (Screen 1) – seats 400+ – wheelchair accessible in stalls

We now show TWO films every FILMBOX night! Please see our online box office for film details, venues and times https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

Explore a wider world of film with us this year – better on the BIG screen with a great FILMBOX audience.

Non-members are always welcome at FILMBOX – booking usually opens to non-members a minimum of 10 days before the film (sometimes sooner).

Tickets are £8 and £5 (members and under 18s) unless indicated otherwise. We abide by BBFC classification.

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Fancy paying only £5 each (for up to two tickets) every time? – then become a Member of FILMBOX – see here for details: https://langleyfilmbox.com/membership/

We’re a Member of Cinema for All and a BFI Neighbourhood Cinema.

JANUARY-DECEMBER 2017 – FILM PROGRAMME

NB: We keep our programme up here for the whole year so that you can see what we’ve been showing to give you an indication of the breadth of our programming.

WED 11 JAN 2017 – Members Only New Year Social – plus free fizz and canapés

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WED 25 JAN 2017 – Please bring non-perishable food items to donate to Food Plus Bromley food bank.

UPDATE – we collected about 4 trolleys’ worth of donated food items for Bromley Food Plus – find out about them here:  http://www.foodplusbromley.com

 

WED 8 FEB 2017

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WED 22 FEB 2017

 

THUR 2 MARCH 2017

 

THUR 16 MARCH 2017 – plus FILMBOX AGM – free wine & nibbles for members attending AGM

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WED 29 MARCH 2017

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THUR 20 APRIL 2017

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THURS 27 APRIL 2017

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WEDNESDAY 3 MAY 2017

 

(Things to Come is in French with English sub-titles)

WEDNESDAY 24 & THURSDAY 25 MAY 2017

 Umoja street child trust

We raised a magnificent £810 for the Umoja Street Child Trust at our two screenings (incl. £250 Committee award). Thank you to everyone for your tremendous generosity!

Find out about them here: https://en-gb.facebook.com/umojastreetchildtrust/

 

WEDNESDAY 7 JUNE 2017

WEDNESDAY 21 JUNE 2017

La La Land begins with a 10-minute LIVE JAZZ intro.

 

(The Salesman – in Persian with English subtitles)

WEDNESDAY 28 JUNE 2017

FILM LONDON: LONDON’S SCREEN ARCHIVE – FREE SCREENING – FILMS FROM 1900 -1980 BROMLEY AND BECKENHAM AREA!

Plus LIVE professional piano accompaniment on our grand piano by Meg Morleywww.megmorleymusic.com

Book free tickets via online box office https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

 

    

THURSDAY 6 JULY 2017

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(The Eagle Huntress – in Khazak and English with English subtitles)

WEDNESDAY 12 JULY 2017 – MEMBERS ONLY – FREE FILM ‘n’ FIZZ ‘n’ canapés

FILMBOX will be closed for August and our new season will begin in September 2017.

THURS 14 SEPT 2017

(Sweet Bean is in Japanese with English subtitles.)

WED 27 SEPT 2017

 

(Neruda is in Spanish with English subtitles)

SATURDAY 3O SEPTEMBER 2017

Come & celebrate our 5th Birthday with us – A FREE FILM FESTIVAL!

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SEE Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Their Finest, The Red Turtle and T2 Trainspotting – ALL FREE!

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Tickets are available to book in advance now.

WED 4 OCT 2017

 

THURS 19 OCT 2017

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WED 1 NOV 2017

WED 29 NOV 2017

  

FRIDAY 17 NOV 2017

London Symphony – nominated for the Michael Powell award for Best British Film at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2017 –  On sale to the public NOW.

THURS 7 DEC 2017 – TBC

WED 13 DEC 2017

ENQUIRIES: LangleyFilmbox@gmail.com

FILMBOX BOX OFFICE https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/filmbox

 

Member of Cinema for All

Member of Cinema for All

A BFI Neighbourhood Cinema

A BFI Neighbourhood Cinema