This is a list of local events, which all residents of Chedworth Place and Samford Court can enjoy! The Land And Shore events mentioned on our home page can be viewed at the bottom of this page.

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Thursday 7th March

Peninsular Pix presents Bohemian Rhapsody (12A)
On Thursday, March 7th, Peninsular Pix presents the Queen (No, not her, the other Queen). Bohemian Rhapsody is an acclaimed biopic of singer-songwriter Farrokh Bulsara's great band and follows his career with them, his breakaway into an attempt at going solo that failed and his final reuniting with the band prior to his death. Lots of terrific songs of course, including the title number which it was said took Freddie seven years to write. Or he took seven years to write it (there is a difference). Anyway one of the lyrics is 'Mamma Mia, Mamma Mia' and you know what a magic draw those words are for Pen Pix patrons! Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon were glitzy college lads who forsook the excitement of studying for a geology or macrame degree for the boring life of rock stars. Rami Malek, Ben Hardy, Joe Mazzello and Gwilym Lee play the parts and play them well. Farrokh Bulsara? Well, you've probably guessed, that's Freddie's real name. As my cockney actor friend would say, not many people know that.

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Tickets are £4.50 on the door, or £4.00 in advance from the Wheatsheaf, the White Horse, the Case Is Altered, Stutton Community Shop, Bentley Community Shop, Escape The Ordinary tea room or Marilyn (328876). Or try our text service - just text your name and number of tickets required to 07732 709656

Don't forget to check the Peninsular Pix website for latest news and the films we are thinking of showing in the future

Thursday 4th April

Peninsular Pix presents A Star Is Born (15)
Just when you thought they couldn't make another remake of A Star Is Born, along comes an exceptional exception. Bradley Cooper stars in a film he both co-wrote and directed . . . to say nothing of singing the songs, alongside renowned pop diva Lady Gaga.

But while Cooper's character Jack's stardom begins to fade, Gaga's Ally starts to enjoy the success she never believed she could achieve, with the inevitable strain on their personal relationship

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