French Film Night – February 2020

On February 119th, we held one of our occasional film evenings at the Victoria Ground, home of Bromsgrove Sporting Football Club.

This time we showed the French film – Le Concert the story of a former conductor of a Russian orchestra who finds himself in Paris when they do a tour.

About 30 people attended and enjoyed a pre-film drink in the main Rouslers Bar. No further film evenings are planned at present but if that changes, all members will be notified

The problems of showing films is the high cost of buying a public viewing licence (~ £200 p.a.) and permission from the County Council (~ £25) for a public event. We are confounded by bureaucracy.

However, any suggestions welcome.

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