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If you haven't been to one our our Simply Cinema screenings before we promise you a great night out with a real community feel... right on your doorstep!

 

To book tickets to any of our Simply Cinema events you can use our online ticket office, pop into the bookshop, call us on 0161 439 1436 or email us on enquiries@simplybooks.info

Breathe (12)

 

Date: Friday 27th July

 

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

 

Venue: Centrepoint, Bramhall Methodist Church

 

Info: A joyful, heart-warming tale of triumph over adversity. BREATHE tells the true story of pioneering polio survivor Robin Cavendish (Andrew Garfield) and his wife  Diana (Claire Foy) who refuse to give up when Robin is struck down with polio and given just months to live. Together they re-build their future and go on to live a full and passionate life,  devoting their energies to helping fellow patients.

 

A touching, uplifting  and witty drama with wonderful lead performances.

 

Tickets: £7

The Shape of Water (15)

 

Date: Friday 28th September

 

Venue: Centrepoint, Bramhall Methodist Church

 

Info: 

This year’s Oscar Winner for Best Picture. A beautiful, and otherworldly, fairy tale set against the backdrop of Cold War America. In the hidden, high-security government lab where she works lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of isolation but her life is changed forever when she and her co-worker come across a secret classified experiment. A fascinating and gorgeous fantasy-romance – quite unlike anything else you’ll have seen!

 

 

 

 

Tickets £8

 

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The Post (12)

 

Date: Friday 26th October

 

Venue: Centrepoint, Bramhall Methodist Church

 

Info: 

A gripping historical political thriller about the unlikely partnership between The Washington Post’s Katherine Graham (Meryl Streep), the first female publisher of a major American newspaper, and Editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) as they race to expose a massive cover-up of government secrets that spanned three decades and four U.S Presidents – risking their careers and their freedom to help bring long-buried truths to light.

 

A very timely – and compelling – story about

the importance of a free press.

 

 

Tickets £8

 

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