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Screening Of War Films

Malvern residents are being invited to enjoy a trip back in time when war films are screened at a town venue.

War Film Screenings in Malvern

Malvern’s Coach House Theatre in Grange Road is holding the week when classic British War films, made during the Second World War, will be shown.

Chris Green, one of the organisers of the event, said the plan was to create a nostalgic experience in seeing the films how they would have been shown to people during the war.

“We plan to make it a whole experience, with intro music from the period, an ARP warden in attendance, God Save the King at the end of each film,” Chris said.

The week takes place from Monday, November 16, to Saturday, November 21, with films being shown in afternoon and evening screenings.

The First of the Few, a biopic of aircraft designer RJ Mitchell, will be screened on Monday at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Friday.

Went the Day Well?, the story of a German infiltration of an ordinary sleepy village during the Second World War, is being shown on Monday at 7.30pm and 2.30pm on Thursday.

Screenings of The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, telling the story of Major General Clive Wynne-Candy who has outdated ideas on how to win the war, take place at 2.30pm on Tuesday and 7.30pm on Thursday.

In Which We Serve, the story of British naval ship HMS Torrin, is being shown at 7.30pm on Tuesday, then on Saturday at 2.30pm.

The Day will Dawn, which tells the story of journalist Colin Metcalfe, is first being shown at 2.30pm on the Wednesday, then again at 7.30pm on the Saturday.

Director Humphrey Jennings films Listen to Britain and Fires Were Started will be screened at 7.30pm on Wednesday, and 2.30pm on the Friday.

Tickets, which cost £6 per film or two for £10, are being screened at Malvern Theatres Box Office on 01684 892277.

For more details visit coachhousetheatre.co.uk.

 

Source : Worcester News

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