Friendly Neighbourhood Cinema puts on events in the West Midlands, and has lined up some festive specials – including It’s A Wonderful Life in a church.

Right around the country, there are people putting lots of work into bringing cinema into communities, staging screenings in places where there may not always be screenings.

One such group is Friendly Neighbourhood Cinema, that’s this month putting on horror screenings in Stourbridge in the West Midlands for Christmas.

Its program thus features:

Tuesday 10th December:
IN BRUGES, at the Bonded Warehouse in Stourbridge. A mince pie is included in the ticket price.
7pm start

Thursday 19th December
LOVE ACTUALLY, at the Green Duck Brewery, Stourbridge. Mulled wine, Christmas ales and festive treats are promised.
7pm for 8.

Saturday 21st December
IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE in a church! St Thomas Church in Stourbridge, to be exact.
Includes special guest Street Food Affair.
6pm for 7.

It’s planning to make quite the event of each performance, and tickets for them are on sale at its website, here.

It’s worth keeping an eye on said site too, as Friendly Neighbourhood Cinema runs such events right through the year. If you’re doing something similar in your area too, do get in touch, and we’ll happily pass the details on.

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