Simon Brew is taking Film Stories on tour around the UK – and the next stop is Northampton.
On Sunday 29th September, Film Stories live movie show is heading to Northampton, in the latest date of its UK tour. The show will be taking place at the Northampton Filmhouse.
Cunningly entitled Simon Brew: Film Stories Live, the event will see Simon Brew – er, that’s me – babbling on about movies and the tales behind them. I’ll also be talking about my new book – The Secret Life Of Movies – as well as Film Stories and Film Stories Junior magazines.
But mainly, I’ll be babbling about movies.
Details of more dates are incoming.
It starts at 1pm, and tickets are available right here.
Later that day, I’m also introducing a screening of the brilliant Bend It Like Beckham too. They’re separately ticketed events with a joint ticket available.
Keep an eye on the page below for details of more upcoming Film Stories Live events. And thanks so much for all your support. Here are just a few of the people who’ve been along to the shows so far and appeared to quite like it!
Took a trip to Birmingham tonight to see Film Stories Live. Great show, learned stuff, had fun & after I had a lovely chat with @simonbrew where he signed my copy of his book.
He told me he listens to my podcast. 😳
— Em @ Verbal Diorama (@VerbalDiorama) September 14, 2019
— Archie Marshall (@theboy_marshall) September 14, 2019
— Caroline Chapman (@cantstopthesgnl) September 14, 2019
Thanks @simonbrew for a excellent show at @squarechapel last night. Witty, entertaining and poignant and a real joy to witness such genuine enthusiasm for movies. Thanks for signing your book, which we can’t wait to read, alongside the copies of @filmstoriespod! @JustBickers pic.twitter.com/gjTK3Yly33
— Karen Richardson (@KarenRwrites) September 8, 2019
“It was a real pleasure to have Simon Brew along to Square Chapel Arts Centre with his Film Stories Live show. He staged a great show that had some amazing feedback. . We look forward to welcoming him back soon and I’d recommended catching him on tour while you can” – Dave Garratt, Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax.