Brighton’s Big Screen in association with Jose Cuervo announces its return for 2014 to show a great line-up of blockbuster and classic movies bought to you by Chandlers Brighton BMW & Mini plus the live coverage of the Football in Brazil from the 12th June – 13th July 2014
The FREE outdoor beach Cinema will showcase a mixture of movie classics and recent box office hits on the gigantic 40sqm screen including: Captain Phillips, The Hunger Games Catching Fire, The Lego Movie, Dirty Dancing and Jaws, plus top live sporting events including the Football in Brazil, Wimbledon & the British Grand Prix.
Situated on Brighton Beach next to the Wheel and the Volks Railway, Brighton’s Big Screen in association with Jose Cuervo will bring a taste of Latin to Brighton Beach this summer. There will be a fully licenced cantina style bar as well as frozen margarita machines, a seated grandstand, Skerritts VIP lounge, great Mexican food courtesy of Dead Good Burrito plus MEAT Liquor on the beach.
You will also be able to pre-book tickets to the exclusive Big Screen VIP area to ensure seating, high quality audio, usherette service and free popcorn. There will also be special themed weekends and evenings, including the BHAFC inter-company Foosball Tournament on the 12th June 2014. All tickets will be available soon at: www.brightonbigscreen.com.
This year Brighton’s Big Screen will also feature local filmmakers, working closely with The University of Brighton, and The Film Hub South East in a series of screenings under the auspices of ‘The Showcase’.
Keep posted for upcoming news and programme announcements by following us on twitter @brightonsscreen or find us on Facebook www.facebook.com/BrightonsBigScreen Brighton’s Big Screen would like to thanks its sponsors and partners: Jose Cuervo, Chandlers Brighton BMW & Mini, Skerritts Chartered Financial Planners, MEAT Liquor, Dead Good Burrito, BHCC, University of Brighton, BHAFC and 24 Hour Tickets. Media partners: Juice, and The Argus.
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11:15am Wednesday 11th June 2014
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