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The Bromley Boys

Dir: Steve Kelly
Cast: Martine McCutcheon, Alan Davies, Jack Allsobrook
106mins   2018   UK   PG   English   

It's 1969, and England are preparing to defend their World Cup crown as George Best delights crowds with his virtuoso skills at Old Trafford. Dave Roberts is 15 and in love ... with his local Non-League club, Bromley FC. 'The Lillywhites' was a team which had seen better days. Finding it hard to fit in at school, Dave longs to be accepted into the inner sanctum of Bromley FC’s most loyal fans. A chance meeting at a local cafe means Dave is welcomed into the fold, but there’s a catch ... he must lead the way in forcing current team manager Dick Ellis out. The awful season continues to be illuminated by brief moments of quality provided mainly by Dave’s hero, and Bromley’s star player, Alan Stonebridge. Dave stumbles in to the Chairman’s office and across a secret that will change Bromley Football Club forever. What follows is a catalogue of hilarious attempts by Dave and his new friends to find out what’s going on at their beloved - and astoundingly awful - Bromley FC.

Join us for a Q&A with the director Steve Kelly, writer Warren Dudley and a cast member after Wednesday's preview screening,



Showtimes


Wed 30 May

20:00