Barraba Playhouse Movies – HOLIDAY INN
17/12/2017

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2.30 SUNDAY 17th DECEMBER

HOLIDAY INN
(G, 100 mins)
In this 1942 classic Irving Berlin musical, Jim (Bing Crosby) and Lila are members of a performing trio who plan to quit and run a country hotel. When Lila says she has fallen in love with the dancer in the act, Ted (Fred Astaire), Jim leaves town with a broken heart. After turning the inn into a holidays-only live entertainment venue, Jim winds up booking — and falling for — Linda (Marjorie Reynolds). But when Ted shows up at the place after being dumped by Lila, he too sets his sights on beautiful Linda. This is the film which introduced the hit song ‘White Christmas’.


Upcoming Movies

3.00 SUNDAY 24th DEC

THE NUTCRACKER
(G, 110 mins)
Experience the wonder of New York City Ballet’s lavish production of this iconic Christmas classic on the big screen. With choreography by George Balanchine, Tchaikovsky’s beloved melodies transport the young and the young-at-heart to a magical world where mischievous mice besiege a battalion of toy soldiers, and an onstage blizzard leads to an enchanted Land of Sweets.
https://www.nycballet.com/Ballets/N/George-Balanchines-The-Nutcracker.aspx


3.00 SUNDAY 31st DEC

BERLIN PHILHARMONIC
NEW YEARS EVE CONCERT
(G, 84 mins)
Arguably the world’s finest orchestra warmly welcomes the New Year with their traditional NYE concert from the famous Philharmonie in Berlin. Sir Simon Rattle conducts the 2015 concert celebrating famous French composers, including Saint-Saens, Ravel, Chabrier, Massenet, Poulenc and Brahms. With star guest violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter.


3.00 SUNDAY 6th JAN

SILENCE
(MA 15+, 161 mins)
Two 17th-century Portuguese Christian missionaries embark on a perilous journey to Japan to find their missing mentor. While there, they risk death to minister to Christian villagers who must worship in secret. Critics have called this recent film by Martin Scorcese “a thoughtful, emotionally resonant look at spirituality and human nature that stands among the director’s finest works.”