a small village in rural High Suffolk
Brundish Village Hall provides a warm, comfortable, cinema-style experience in the heart of rural Suffolk.
Following the Christmas and New Year break, our first film for 2019 is:
Thursday 14th February 2019: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is a 2018 jukebox musical romantic comedy film written and directed by Ol Parker, from a story by Parker, Catherine Johnson and Richard Curtis. It is a follow-up to the 2008 film Mamma Mia!, which in turn is based on the musical of the same name using the music of ABBA. The film features an ensemble cast, including Lily James, Amanda Seyfried, Christine Baranski, Julie Walters, Pierce Brosnan, Andy García, Dominic Cooper, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård, Jessica Keenan Wynn, Alexa Davies, Jeremy Irvine, Josh Dylan, Hugh Skinner, Cher, and Meryl Streep. Both a prequel and a sequel, the plot is set after the events of the first film, and also features flashbacks to 1979, telling the story of Donna Sheridan's arrival on the island of Kalokairi and her first meetings with her daughter Sophie's three possible fathers.
Thursday 14th March 2019: King of Thieves
A famous thief in his younger years, 77 year old widower Brian Reader pulls together a band of misfit criminals to plot an unprecedented burglary at the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit. The thieves, all in their 60s and 70s except for one, employ their old-school thieving skills to plan the heist over the Easter holiday weekend. Posing as servicemen, they enter the deposit, neutralise the alarms, and proceed to drill a hole into the wall of the safe. Two days later, they manage to escape with allegedly over £200 million worth of stolen jewels and money. When police are called to the scene and the investigation starts, the cracks between the misfit gang members begin to show as they row over how to share the goods and become increasingly distrustful of each other.
Michael Caine as Brian Reader
Jim Broadbent as Terry Perkins
Tom Courtenay as John Kenny Collins
Charlie Cox as Basil
Paul Whitehouse as Carl Wood
Michael Gambon as Billy "The Fish" Lincoln
Ray Winstone as Danny Jones
Thursday 11th April 2019. The Children Act
Fiona Maye is a judge in the High Court of Justice of England and Wales. A case is brought before her involving a 17-year-old boy, Adam Henry, who is suffering from leukemia. Adam's doctors want to perform a blood transfusion, as that will allow them to use more drugs to cure him. However, Adam and his parents are Jehovah's Witnesses, and believe that having a blood transfusion is against biblical principles. Fiona goes to the hospital to see Adam. The two talk, with Fiona attempting to determine what it is that Adam really wants, and whether he has been persuaded by his parents. Adam starts to play "Down by the Salley Gardens", which Fiona then sings. Adam is very drawn to Fiona, and begs her not to leave. Fiona nevertheless leaves, and returns to court. She rules that, as a matter of law, Adam's welfare is the "paramount consideration" and declares that the medical treatment, including blood transfusion, is lawful despite the absence of Adam's consent and that of his parents.
Meanwhile, Fiona's marriage is failing. Her husband, Jack, has said that he wants to have an affair with a colleague. He has become tired of Fiona constantly working and never having time for him.
The transfusion is successful, and Adam is released from the hospital. He leaves many messages for Fiona, saying that she has changed the way that he thinks about the world. He follows her to work one day, and gives her various poems and letters that he has written. She tells him to stop following her, as he is still young and has his whole life in front of him.
style="text-align: left; padding-left: 30px;">Fiona performs at a concert in London. Just before she is due to play, she gets a note saying that Adam has relapsed and may not make it through the night. She performs "Down by the Salley Gardens", before running to the hospital to see him. Adam has refused another blood transfusion, saying that it is his choice.
Emma Thompson as Fiona Maye, the Honourable Mrs Justice Maye DBE
Stanley Tucci as Jack Maye
Fionn Whitehead as Adam Henry
Ben Chaplin as Kevin Henry
Eileen Walsh as Naomi Henry
Anthony Calf as Mark Berner
Jason Watkins as Nigel Pauling
Nicholas Jones as Professor Rodney Carter
Rosie Cavaliero as Marina Green
It really helps if you reserve your seat with Priscilla Williamson by email or phone: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01379-388034.
All films start at 7.30 pm in Brundish Village Hall with doors opening at 7 pm.
Ticket prices £5 adults ad £4.50 for under 18s. Wine and juice on sale.
Don't forget that it you miss the film, you can hire the DVD to watch at home .
All our past film showings are listed below. Some DVDs are available for sale. More recent and popular films can be hired for a donation of £3. Please contact Priscilla Williamson.
Our past film showings have included Shrek 2, Aviator, Sea Biscuit, Ladies In Lavender, My House in Umbria, The Constant Gardener, Proof, The Queen, Little Miss Sunshine, Miss Potter, The History Boys, The Holiday, Atonement, The Kite Runner, Breaking and Entering, The Duchess, Easy Virtue, The Reader, A Bunch of Amateurs, The Boat That Rocked, State of Play, Julie & Julia, An Education, The Ghost Writer, Letters to Juliet, The Kids Are Alright, The King's Speech, Made in Dagenham, Tamara Drewe, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, One Day, My Week with Marilyn, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, We Bought a Zoo, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Pirates! - An Adventure With Scientists, Shadow Dancer, Anna Karenina, Hope Springs, Skyfall, Arbitrage, Flight, The Great Gatsby, About Time, Le Weekend, Gravity and Philomena, The Book Thief, The Two Faces of January, Belle, A Most Wanted Man, What We Did On Our Holiday, Mr Turner, The Imitation Game, Woman in Gold, Still Alice, The Second Best Marigold Hotel, Everest, Suffragette, The Lady in the Van, Bridge of Spies, Love & Friendship, Our Kind of Traitor, Golden Years, Anthropoid, Bridget Jones's Baby, A United Kingdom, Sully, Viceroy's House, Alone in Berlin, Their Finest, My Cousin Rachael, Goodbye Christopher Robin, The Death of Stalin, Paddington2, 7 Days in Entebbe, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Pie Society and The Bookshop.