Chorley Empire Community Cinema present an "inclusive" film screening. Everyone is welcome, and we have extra signage, more wheelchair spaces, and low lighting for those living with dementia or mobility issues. Tea/Coffee available before the film. In association with Chorley Council. Supported by a grant from the Postcode Community Trust.
UK U 80m 1935
Director Basil Dean
Starring Gracie Fields, Vivien Leigh, Robb Wilton
JB Priestly writes this story of a gutsy Birkenhead Market worker who rallies her fellow stallholders to prevent it’s takeover and demolition by a department store chain. An uplifting musical knockabout comedy, and one of the most popular films of it’s time. Accompanied by a short film of Gracie Fields visiting Chorley 80 years ago.
Tickets £3 • From Malcolm's Musicland, TicketSource, or on the door.
Doors open 1pm. Unreserved Seating.
We have extra wheelchair space for this event, and Chorley's First Aiders on hand.
Postcode Community Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
Our project received £2000 from the Trust to provide dementia-friendly inclusive screenings throughout 2018.