Two FREE films screened beneath Bridgnorth Town Hall on Thursday December 20th
6:15pm Home Alone
Alongside #ThinkBridgnorth Late Night Christmas Shopping
Please wrap up warm as it’s likely to be cold and bring something to sit on. We won’t be able to get straw bales this year so it’s important that you bring something comfortable to sit on beneath the town hall.
This year we’re not just showing one film we’re showing TWO FREE Outdoor Films, at the Edgar Davies Ground (Bridgnorth Rugby Club, next door to Severn Park), outdoors weather willing or in the marquee if the weather is poor.
The Greatest Showman Sing-a-long is being shown around 8:00pm on Sunday August 26th
WALL-E is screened around 8:00pm on bank holiday Monday August 27th
Screening times might vary, depending on the amount of light on the night. As soon as it begins to get dark the film can start, be prepared for it to finish late.
There’s no seating available so bring chairs, cushions and wear clothing appropriate for the weather, especially if a cold evening is forecast.
Food and drink will be available on the night, please support the Rugby club and don’t bring your own drinks.
You can help! Behind every great event there is a wonderful team of volunteers who make it happen. If you can spare some time to help put on this amazing FREE festival for the people of Bridgnorth & beyond, we would love to hear from you!
If you love live music or outdoor cinema then your Arts Festival wants you! We need stewards, stage hands and bucket shakers to help us look after our visitors and raise the money for this year’s charities: MIND and The Bridge Centre.
Quayside Stage Music 12:00-18:00 and Outdoor Cinema from 19:30 on Bank Holiday Monday 28th August
Come on down and celebrate the last day of this year’s Bridgnorth Festival with the chilled out atmosphere and dulcet tones of our Quayside stage. Join us from 12pm for a mixed afternoon of drum workshops, acoustic performances and talented songwriters. Bring the family down and enjoy the beautiful Bridgnorth riverside, superb ice cream and maybe a nice cold beverage!
In addition, once the sun has set and the music has come to an end, don’t go anywhere! Bridgnorth Outdoor Films are back and we will be screening a very special feature from 7:30pm. Follow the festival on social media as we will be announcing the film at the start of the festival….keeps you guessing!
12:00 – Ronnie Prudence Drumming Workshop
13:00 – Claire L Shaw
13:40 – Taylor-Louise
14:40 – Jacob March
15:40 – Steepways
16:45 – Annie & The Make Believe
19:30 – Outdoor Cinema – Film TBA
We’re back with more free outdoor film screenings on Monday December 19th from 6:30pm.
6:30pm The Grinch
Raffle, drinks and mince pies
Many thanks to our fantastic sponsors, we couldn’t put on our free events without them!
Reel Cinemas Majestic Cinema
Alley Katz Toy Shop
Tiger 6 Developments
Mike and Sarah’s Butchers
Bridgnorth Town Council
Mike and Sara’s — £25 voucher to spend the shop
Saros — £15 off any meal, Sun to Thursday (minimum spend £30)
Tiger 6 — Half case of wine (6 x bottles)
Alley Katz — a sack of various toys for all ages
Majestic (Reel Cinema) — Free cinema tickets
We had such a fantastic response to our August screening of Grease “Sing-a-long” and Star Wars – The Force Awakens, that we’re back at the Quayside on Saturday October 29th with the Tim Burton classic Nightmare Before Christmas at 7:00pm.
As well as the film screening we also have some great competitions lined up on the evening.
Kids Halloween fancy dress will be judged by the Majestic Cinema to win a family of four ticket to a film of your choice.
Adult Halloween fancy dress will be judged by Bamboo Wine Bar to win a meal for two.
Kids Pumpkin competition (under 12) – bring along your pumpkin for Charlie’s at the Old Mill to choose a winner for a ticket to meet their Mad Hatter at Christmas.
Adult Pumpkin competition – more details TBC very soon!
Many thanks to them for their help and an especially big thank you to Bamboo for taking care of the film licence fee.