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Nomad Cinema hits the brewery

After the success of last years Nomad pop up cinema screening in our yard, we’ve decided to do it all again for you… two times over! Take your pick of two classic films and snap up tickets fast – they’re selling like cold beer on a warm day. You’ll get a free beer with your ticket too and there will be food on offer in our Tasting Rooms. Pull up a rug and spread out in our brewery yard – who would’ve thought our forecourt could be so romantic?!

On Saturday 23rd July we’ll be screening Total Recall, an Arnie classic complete with aliens, and a touch of violence. It’s an iconic Sci-Fi thriller that hits the ground running and never stops – a classic Paul Verhoeven grime-fest that has generated a huge cult following over the last 26 years. Yet it is more than just your typical 80’s action film. Total Recall constantly keeps you wondering: is what Quaid (Arnie) is experiencing real or fantasy?

Total Recall for tickets 
Second in the running is the nostalgic cult classic The Breakfast Club, screening here on the 14th August. When five high school students are forced to spend an entire Saturday in detention together they pour their hearts out and discover how they have a lot more in common than they originally thought. Mandatory viewing for any teen who has felt lost and out of place (so every teen), The Breakfast Club shows that you can be more than the label your classmates, parents or teachers might pin on you. This classic Brat Pack cast includes Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy and Judd Nelson, who gives the film that iconic closing shot. Not half as cheesy as it sounds, and something we can all relate to. Sit back with a pint and reminisce on old school days with this one!

Breakfast Club for tickets

Oh and did we mention it is all for Charity? Bonus feel-good points on this one people. Get booking.


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