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Discussion in 'Stafford Chat' started by Feed The Goat, Aug 31, 2016.
We all need a bit of fanciful in our lives now and again.
The return would be enjoying the 'fanciful' and a bit of green and a few trees. I suspect worth far more in future times than a bundle of cash in a Cayman Island bank.
You'd think these people you refer to aren't actually human beings. I think I was a kid, the last time I called any of those names...……….then I grew up!
At least he's Englishing better...
Which is very much unlike him.
Perhaps Englishing well is a symptom of Garethian illness?
TBF I have been watching more than my fair share of House of late - Freeview 54 double bill 6-8 mon-fri
Seriously though, Gareth seems to be putting a bit more effort in of late, does he not?
And you say having an interest in classic cars is indicative of a sad life!
Oswestry? Were you there, too?
I think that pix is pasta it's sella buy date.
Did you notice the pink unicorn today?
No. But then again, I'm not a replicant.
just to let you know that Savoy systems is used by us independent cinema people for site information, so AJH cinema used them whilst operating Stafford cinema, by the way im now negotiating to re open this cinema for live musice and classic films along with current releases hopefully end of 2019
im negotiating to re open it, firstly 1 screen then a café up stairs then re open screens 2 & 3 with old movies, chidrens birthday parties, kids shows and screen 1 for regular films ALL SEATS £5 FAMILY TICKETS FOR 4 PEOPLE £15 AND LOW PRICED SWEETS / DRINKS / POPCORN
As a traditional low priced cinema I think it does have a future as a Community cinema run as a family business, not everyone can afford these new Brass & Glass Cinema, yes they a beautiful modern and bright, but also on the expensive side, theres room for both
im adraid this cinema only has 300 seats in the biggest screen
Sounds very good, well done
The Boulting Brothers, 'Brighton Rock' would be a reasonable choice for some of us ......
Such a good film...
... although now I'm thinking of 'Rita, Sue & Bob too'... Excellent British (Film4) films...
I do wonder if there's a market for showing old classics on the big screen. Not just British, but from around the world. Some classic American and Japanese films from times gone by, which even the TV ignores. Probably for film buffs only, I don't know. I'm a film buff and I'd go to watch some, but basing a market on my tastes probably wouldn't make it to a business plan.
Regardless I wish you luck in your venture.
Only needs munay