Brassed Off

Brassed Off Fifteen

In existence for a hundred years, Grimley Colliery Brass band is as old as the mine. But the miners are now deciding whether to fight to keep the pit open, and the future for town and band looks bleak. Although the arrival of flugelhorn player Gloria injects some life into the players, and bandleader Danny continues to exhort them to continue in the national competition, frictions and pressures are all too evident. And whose side is Gloria actually on?

South Shropshire

Date & time:

Fri 21 January 7.30pm

Location:

Marton Village Hall SY21 8JT

Enquiries:

01743 792790

Interval:

There will be an interval during this film

Additional information:

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Doors open at 7pm. Refreshments available.

Tickets:

Adult: £4.00

Child: £2.00

Malvern District

Date & time:

Thu 04 November 2.00pm

Location:

Lindridge Parish Hall WR15 8JL

Enquiries:

01584 881615

Interval:

There will be an interval during this film

Additional information:

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You are welcome to come along for a light lunch (£2.50) at 1 pm before the film is shown at 2pm. Please book your tickets via the website www.LindridgeParishhall.co.uk or by calling 01584 881747

Tickets:

Adult: £5.00

Child: £3.00

Please obtain tickets by phoning the enquiries number.

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