Flying High Film Workshop – Four Weddings and a Funeral (15)

Flying High Film Workshop – Four Weddings and a Funeral (15)

Available dates

Tue 23 Jul, 10:30am

We would love you to join us for this once a month opportunity for adult members of the community to come together for fun, camaraderie, learning, sharing food and film.

Each month in the Bonington Theatre, we will meet at 10.30am for a 2-hour exploration workshop (discussions, exercises, some role play and improvisation for those brave enough!) examining the themes, context, characters, ideas and plot of a particular film. There will be a light buffet style lunch, teas and coffees before watching the film at 1.30pm. The event should finish 3.00pm – 3.30pm depending on the length of the film.

Tuesday 23rd July – Four Weddings and a Funeral (15)

It is 1993 at the wedding of Angus and Laura in Somerset, the perpetually late best man, Charles; his flatmate Scarlett; his aristocratic friend Fiona and her brother Tom; Gareth and his partner Matthew; and Charles’s deaf brother, all unmarried, hastily gather for the first of five social occasions over a fifteen-month period.

Charles is a bachelor and unable to express his feelings to a woman he is attracted to. Over the course of these social occasions, he begins to realise the truth about himself and his notions of love.

Four Weddings and a Funeral celebrates its 30th Anniversary this year and at the time broke box office records becoming the highest grossing British film in history at £1.4 million in its opening weekend and £2.7 million in its first week. It won BAFTA and Golden Globe awards and was nominated for two Oscars among others.

Directed by Mike Newell
Starring Hugh Grant, Kristin Scott Thomas, Charlotte Coleman, Simon Callow, John Hannah and Andie MacDowell

There is some strong language and scenes of moderate sexual activity
N.B. The film is 1hr 57 mins so will finish at 3.27pm

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