Published: Saturday, May 12th 2018

Slough Town to screen The Bromley Boys at Arbour Park

Written by Slough Town Football Club

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Tickets are now available for the screening of The Bromley Boys on Friday 1 June.

On Friday 1 June, Slough Town Football Club will be showing ‘The Bromley Boys’ at Arbour Park in advance of its full cinema release - and tickets are now available.

Adapted from the comic novel by Dave Roberts, the film recounts the author’s highs and the lows supporting his beloved team Bromley FC through their worst ever season.

It’s about a boy who falls in love for the first time – with an underachieving football team as well as its Chairman’s daughter. It has become a favourite of Non-League fans everywhere, as well as earning praise from the likes of Peter Crouch and Henry Winter.

The Bromley Boys features a host of well-known faces, including Brenock O’Connor (Game of Thrones), Alan Davies (Jonathan Creek), Martine McCutcheon (Love Actually), Jamie Foreman (Layer Cake) and Adam Deacon (Annuvahood). Ewen Macintosh (The Office), Gareth Hale (Hale and Pace, Extras) also star. The cast is joined by several up and coming actors, including Ross Anderson, Anna Danshina, Savannah Baker and World Freestyle Footballer Sean Garnier.

Tickets for the screening at Arbour Park are £10 for adults and £7.50 for children and concessions and can be purchased via Eventbrite – click here to book.

Further information on the film can be found on its website – click here for information.

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