5th March 2019
Tuesday Matinee Club present ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
This month’s Matinee Club film is: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
2018 Biographical/Music 134 mins 12A
A fully accessible film showing with a mixture of traditional cinema seating & tables.
A celebration of Queen, their music and the extraordinary Freddie Mercury, who defied stereotypes to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. This film traces the meteoric rise of the band and their success through to Freddie’s AIDS diagnosis and leading the band at Live Aid.
Doors open at 1:30pm for a 2pm start.
Tickets £4.50 each including light refreshments. Discounts available for pre-booked groups of 5+ and carers go free when requested at pre-booking.
Wiltshire Heights care home and BOA Town Council have joined forces to launch a community cinema in Bradford on Avon at St Margaret’s Hall. The idea came from conversations at the care home with regards to accessible cinema viewings.
Libby Miles of Wiltshire Heights said:
“Our residents talked to us about modern films that they would like to see in a cinema environment. Some of our residents have mobility issues or are living with dementia which could make being in a regular cinema environment very difficult for them.”
The idea behind the “Tuesday Matinee Club” is to make it accessible to all so there is cinema style tiered seating, as well as more informal seating around tables. There is also a short interval to provide a break in the film for refreshments and a comfort break.
Please contact Libby Miles at Wiltshire Heights on 01225 435600 or by email email@example.com for more details on booking and group rates.