Strange lights over the quiet town of Mossingham herald the arrival of a mystery visitor from far across the galaxy. When the intergalactic visitor LU-LA crash-lands near Mossy Bottom Farm, Shaun soon sees an opportunity for alien-powered fun and adventure and sets off on a mission to shepherd LU-LA home.
Fish out your hoodies and blankets and join us for an outdoor screening of some all-time favourite films. The day will consist of a range of family-friendly films earlier in the day, concluding with an evening screening of the original Ghostbusters at 6pm.
Put on your cowboy hat and come down for a good ol’ sing-along with the sharp-shootin’, thigh-slappin’ Calamity Jane
East Coseley Big Local (ECBL) Community Cinema host a special event for Funny Things festival. Supported by Black Country Touring, the community cinema is in a dementia-friendly environment with drinks and snacks provided and space to have a chat with your neighbour.
For this special edition, ECBL welcome the Grand Sheik of the Birmingham branch of the Laurel and Hardy Appreciation Society! John Ullah will be leading a talk about Laurel and Hardy’s connections to the Black Country complete with photographs and a slideshow of their time here. John is also the author of ‘This is More Than I Can Stand’, biography of Birmingham-born Laurel and Hardy co-star Charlie Hall
A lovely afternoon of joy and belly laughs for everyone, come along to Gatis Community Cinema. Supported by Black Country Touring, grab the popcorn, sit back and enjoy the 2015 Disney Pixar animated feature film ‘Inside Out’ (U) on the big screen, followed by a laughter yoga session.