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Simply Books - Bramhall's award-winning independent bookshop & cafe!

Welcome to our website. Have a good look around and you’ll get a feel for us, our shop and what we get up to. Whether you want to come to an event, join a group or find an unusual or inspirational gift it’s all here - and every book you could possibly want is just a visit, e-mail or phone call away.


Part of the magic of having an independent bookshop is sharing our passion for books with you. It’s the people bit of bookselling that we love! Talking to you, hearing about what you’ve enjoyed reading and making our own recommendations.


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When you step inside Simply Books we want you to discover treasures and surprises that you won’t find on Amazon and for you to feel part of our vibrant community - an experience you’ll never have just buying online. So do come and spend time with us in the shop too.

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Simply Cinema...

Headline Event!

Simply Cinema presents... Darkest Hour (PG)


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As Hitler’s forces storm across Europe and close in on Great Britain Winston Churchill rallies the nation in the face of the gravest threat the country has ever faced. Gary Oldman gives a towering – and BAFTA Award-Winning -  performance as Churchill in this gripping and inspirational drama.


Tickets: £7

Date: Friday 23rd March

Time: Doors open 6:30pm, screening at 7pm

Venue: Bramhall Methodist Church, Centrepoint

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The Sense of an Ending (15)


Date: Friday 23rd February


Time: Doors open at 6.30pm for refreshments! Screening at 7.00pm


Venue: Centrepoint, Bramhall Methodist Church

Info: Jim Broadbent gives a brilliant lead performance in this poignant and bitter-sweet drama about a retired divorcee who becomes haunted by his past when he is forced to face up to the consequences of actions he took as a young man. Great period feel and excellent supporting roles from an all-British cast including Charlotte Rampling and Harriet Walter.

Ticket Price: £7.00

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Thursday 1st March was World Book Day - the nation's biggest annual celebration of books and reading.


Don't forget that throughout March children will be able to redeem their £1 WBD voucher in the shop - a gift from us to our customers!


World Book Day

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