Thursday 22 August 2019

Nappy Mondays films in Tewkesbury

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Parents with babies won’t have to forgo the big screen in Tewkesbury, thanks to the latest Nappy Mondays series of cinema screenings at the Roses Theatre.

The silent surrounds of a cinema might be the very last place you’d expect to take your bundle of joy, but the latest season of Nappy Mondays film screenings at the Roses Theatre may be about to change all that.

The special screenings aim to give mums and dads – and their little ones – the chance to catch up on the latest blockbusters in a friendly environment, without any of the tuts a screaming fit might otherwise induce.

Being held from 11am on selected Monday mornings, mums, dads and carers with babies under the age of 18 months can meet other parents, help themselves to free tea, coffee and biscuits in the bar, and take advantage of the bottle heating service, changing mat and buggy park, not to mention see some of the latest films their friends have been raving about.


Loving

Tuesday 21 March 2017

Set during a time of extreme racial hostility,The Loving is a moving American historical drama which unfolds the true story of an interracial couple who are arrested for their marriage and banished as slaves.

Fighting for their rights to love and live together leads the characters, played by Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton, into the illustrious civil rights case, Loving vs. Virginia.


Hidden Figures

Tuesday 28 March 2017

Oscar-nominated and highly anticipated, Hidden Figures tells the story of the group of African-American women who were the brains behind the launch of celebrated astronaut, John Glenn.

A thought-provoking film, the characters defy the restrictive racial and gendered boundaries placed upon them to create a truly magical time in astronomic history.


Their Finest

Monday 9 May 2017

Gemma Arterton stars in wartime comedy drama,The Finest which boasts an impressive British cast. A budding screenwriter, Catrin (Arterton) is hired to add a feminine touch to propaganda films and lift the mood during the harshest of times of The Blitz.

As the war continues around her, Catrin fights her own battle for respect from her sexist male colleagues and soon realises there is just as much drama off screen as there is in front of the camera.


The Zookeeper’s Wife

Tuesday 23 May 2017

Based on a true story, The Zookeeper’s Wife is the tale of Antonia Zabinski, played by Jessica Chastain, who became a hero during WWII.

Antonina and her husband Jan own Warsaw Zoo and once their country is overtaken by Nazis, a gripping tale unfolds as they work together with the Resistance and endeavour to save as many lives as they can, fighting against the harrowing situation which has resulted in the Warsaw Ghetto.


Event:
Nappy Mondays film screenings
Venue
The Roses Theatre
Dates:
Tuesday 21 March 2017; Tuesday 28 March 2017; Tuesday 9 May 2017; Tuesday 23 May 2017
Times:
From 11am
Admission:
Tickets cost £7, with concessions available
Telephone:
(01684) 295074

© SoGlos
Tuesday 28 February 2017

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