MVH Presents Swimming With Men (12A)
Fri 15th February 2019
Movies in the Village Hall
An hilarious comedy with some of our best known British actors.
Accountant Eric (Rob Brydon) is undergoing a mid-life crisis. Seeking to win back his wife Heather (Jane Horrocks) he decides to join an all-male, middle-aged, amateur synchronised swimming team: Men Who Swim. Eric finds companionship with this new "band of brothers" as they train for the world championships in Milan.
Also stars: Rupert Graves, Jim Carter, Daniel Mays, Adeel Akhtar & Nathaniel Parker.
Doors open at 7.00pm; show starts at 7.30pm in the village hall. Refreshments are on sale. Tickets £7 are available at the door.
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