Bromsgrove Arts – the home of Fairfield Flicks

    • Capacity: 50
    • Screening Frequency: Once a week
    • Facilities: Bar, Food, Toilets, Accessible Toilets, Parking, Public Transport Nearby
    • Shared Equipment:
    • Films Screened: British, Children's, Classic, Family, Foreign, Independent, Mainstream
    • Ticket options: At the door, Online
  • Description

    Bromsgrove Arts - the home of Fairfield Flicks - is a voluntary run cinema & live entertainment experience, our aim is to bring people together and to reduce loneliness & social isolation. We screen top films and Event Cinema, plus host great music, giving a platform for existing & emerging artists.

    A partnership between Fairfield Village Hall and Fairfield Village Community Association, films are projected on to the Hall’s 4 metre wide screen using a HD projector. The sound system fills the Hall.

    Refreshments are on sale, including a licenced bar. There is free parking.

    For further details and to buy advance tickets visit

    • Address:

    • Fairfield Village Hall
    • Stourbridge Road
    • Fairfield
    • Bromsgrove
    • Worcestershire
    • B61 9LZ


The Greater Escaper
28-02-2024 At 14:30

Additional info

14:30 - 16:30
  • Synopsis

    Inspired by a true love story: In the summer of 2014 – the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings – octogenarian Bernie Jordan (Michael Caine) made global headlines. He’d staged a “great escape” from his care home to join fellow war veterans on a beach in Normandy, commemorating their fallen comrades. It was a story that captured the imagination of the world – Bernie seemed to embody the defiant, “can-do” spirit of a generation that was fast disappearing. But of course, it wasn’t the whole story. It was the story we all tell ourselves to make war and old age bearable. The bitter-sweet script explores the reality with wit and a very big heart. Bernie’s adventure, spanning a mere 48 hours, also marked the culmination of his 60-year marriage to Irene (Glenda Jackson) – the story celebrates their love without sentimentality and with an eye to the lessons we can all learn from the Greatest Generation.