In conjunction with The Royal British Legion, MVH presents: Churchill (PG) on Friday 17th November 2017
MVH is proud to present a special screening of "Churchill" (PG) with a donation from the event being given to The Royal British Legion.
The historical war drama recounts the story of the actions of Winston Churchill during the 96 hours leading up to D-Day. A huge army of Allied Forces is assembled on the south coast of Britain, ready to re-take Nazi-occupied Europe. But, wearied by war and haunted by depression, the great leader hesitates. Beneath the usually confident exterior lies an uncertain man, fearful of the results of possible failure.
Stars: Brian Cox, Miranda Richardson, John Slattery and Julian Wadham.
Doors open at 6.45pm; show starts at 7.45pm in the village hall offering the opportunity to chat with friends prior to the screening. Refreshments will be on sale.
Tickets are £10 for the evening to include the first drink (wine/beer/soft drink/tea/coffee) and are available at the door.
Royal British Legion members can also obtain tickets from Tony Potter on 01458 251280 from 27th October. A raffle will also be held. This is MVH's first charity event, open to both members and non-members of the RBL — do come and support this worthy cause.
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