The critics got it all wrong with the song "Bohemian Rhapsody" and they got it wrong again with the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody". July 13th 1985 the world stopped for Live Aid. The greatest music acts performed and tucked among the headliners were reformed band Queen. No one could anticipate the reaction when Freddie Mercury and Queen played. It was the concert of the century and Queen stole the show.
Stars: Rami Malik, Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee
Tickets £5. Tickets can be booked online (click below) or from the Community Centre office.
Bohemian Rhapsody is a celbration of Queen and it's extraordinary lead singer Freddy Mercury who became a rock icon with his personality and his on stage presence and the soul that he brought to rock music in the 70s and in the 80s. He has been brought back to life as the film shows the rise of the band and what leads them up to their famous performance at live Aid. Rami Malek portrays Freddy Mercury and he does a hell of a job bringing of the most beloved stage preformer back to life. The cast works so well at portraying the real people and they perfectly capture their personalities. While there are some quite funny moments and powerful concert scenes, there are quiet and sensitive moments as well and it is very moving particularly at the end.
This is a sing-a-long-a-live-aid presentation. The last 20 minutes of the film shows the Queen Live Aid set and cinema goers can optionally sign along
The New Royalty Cinema screenings are at the centreCinema in Bourne End Community Centre, Wakeman Road, Bourne End SL8 5SX
Tickets can be bought online (follow the link in the film summary on this page) or from the Community Centre office or on the door (subject to availability)
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The New Royalty Cinema is a community cinema run by volunteers as a fund-raising event for Bourne End (Bucks) Community Association, a charity registered in England and Wales No. 300236