Film Night - 6th December
Published 12:00 on 24 Nov 2021
A low-budget, limited release 2002 independent film than won no awards but went on to be the highest-grossing romantic comedy of all time. Directed by an unknown TV man, Joel Zwick, written by and starring Nia Vardalos and based on her life, it tells the tale of Toula Portokalos, a frumpy Greek 30-year old who appals her large and loud extended family by dating a non-Greek, Ian Miller (John Corbett) and deciding to marry him. The portrait of the family and its preparation for the wedding is immensely funny.
BSC Film Night is on the first Monday of November to March at 6.30 for 7.00pm with hot dogs and ice cream in the interval; and the bar is open too!
The hot dogs comprise Treagust sausages in Westbourne Bakery rolls served with Lucinda's yummy Onion Marmalade and salad.
Film, interval hot dogs/ice cream - £8.
Last updated 17:15 on 24 November 2021