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Travelling Bug House

Stirchley Happenings is proud to bring cinema back to the local area in the form of the Travelling Bug House: so called because we move around Stirchley showing films in different spaces, and because the nick-name for the Empire Theatre, which used to operate in the building on the Pershore Road which is now occupied by Enterprise Rent-A-Car, was the “Bug House”.

We’d love to hear your suggestions of which genre of film you would like to see. If you have ideas for specific movies then feel free to share those too. And, of course, we’re always on the lookout for new venues, so if you can think of an unusual or underused space that would benefit from some motion picture magic, then let us know! You can leave a comment on this page or email us at stirchleyhappenings@yahoo.co.uk

Visit our Archive page to see which films we’ve shown already.

Stirchley Happenings gratefully acknowledges support from:

2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 6, 2010 8:44 pm

    Away we go and delicatessan are good films. I hear Micmacs is good too.

    Jane

  2. SellyPete permalink
    June 14, 2012 7:47 pm

    How about ‘Take Me High’ starring Birmingham and CLIFF! Although I’m not sure it’s the best of movies (never released on home DVD). 40th anniversary of it’s release will be 2013. Maybe you could persuade Cliff to come and talk about his mixed heritage too, it might strike a chord in today’s Birmingham (and I haven’t heard him talk about it much before ?).

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