In 1984, Thatcher’s Britain was heading towards the miners’ strike. A particular Welsh village inadvertently find themselves playing host to a colourful – very colourful – group heading to Gay Pride in London. Out of the inevitable clashes rises an unlikely alliance.
This is a real “stand up and be counted” feel-good movie from 2014.
This screening will (as always) be introduced by Barry Purves with informed trivia, anecdotes and some background of the production.
The bar will be open before and after the show.
Come and join us in a friendly, informal and Covid-19 safe atmosphere, to take advantage of sensational screening facilities as well as our low prices and free car park.
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If you want to get involved as a volunteer member, we are always looking for new talent, any age, to work in all areas of the theatre. Whether volunteering on-stage, back-stage, front of house, in the bar or elsewhere, no experience is necessary because you will be given full training by our qualified staff.
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