21st May 2018 - 7:00 pm - 9:45 pm
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Leigh Village Hall
THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI. (15)
Frances McDormand plays Mildred, who in order to stop herself drowning in grief after the brutal murder of her daughter, decides to fight back. When the case remains unsolved, purchasing roadside billboards and plastering them with the question: “How come Chief Willoughby?”
McDormand, can do more with a withering glare than most actresses can do with a monologue. She is simply stunning when it comes to internal language, so often revealing the pain underneath the rage.
A profound, funny and sometimes shocking film which made me laugh and cry in equal measure. Yes it can be violent at times (no more than Shakespeare or prime time TV), but there is also a depth which touches the heart and leaves me wanting to see it again. The Film won two Oscars and five Baftas.
Beer and wine is available by the glass, for some social time before the programme starts at 7:30 with a short film. Then, following an interval during which glasses are refreshed and choc ices will be on sale, the main feature begins.
Tickets available on the door, or from two weeks before the performance from Bridge Stores. Cost: £6.00
Doors and Bar open from 7:00 pm
For further details contact: Bob Cutler
Tel: 01935 873269 e-mail: moc.t1547982942enret1547982942nitb@1547982942reltu1547982942c_tre1547982942bor1547982942
Coming up: Our last Show before the summer break will be:
Saturday 16th June: Paddington 2 (with a slightly earlier start than usual and half price for Kids). Check this web site for details.