Brief Encounter: a fundraising screening 16/12/20

A chance to see the classic film "Brief Encounter" in the Art Deco Regal Cinema, Evesham

Wednesday 16th December  7.30 p.m. – Brief Encounter 
Regal Cinema, 41 Port Street, Evesham WR11 3LD

Tickets £10

Help raise for funds for the museum and enjoy a great night out. Spread the news – tell your friends and family.  For one night only, a chance to see the classic movie “Brief Encounter” on the big screen in the glamorous surroundings of this beautifully restored art deco cinema.  The Regal has generously offered to donate 50% of the takings to the Museum.

Celia Johnson, star of the movie, was a pupil of Holst’s at St Paul’s Girls School. A silhouette picture showing her playing the clarinet and Holst conducting was one of the Objects of the Week on the Museum website

The cinema has tables downstairs for up to 4 people, single seats and 2 seater sofas, with side tables, upstairs. To book and find out more about Covid arrangements and precautions,  please see details on the cinema’s website  For single tickets, please email Eva on

The Regal Cinema has provided the following update as of December 2020:  “We can confirm that Evesham and the Regal are in TIER 2.  All our shows will proceed as advertised and will be fully compliant with safety measures.  If you already have tickets you need take no action. If you wish to purchase tickets for Brief Encounter on the 16th December they are available from the website.  Just a reminder that the maximum number for a single booking is 6 and we will require confirmation that everyone in your group is from the same household or bubble – we will be in touch with you directly about this.  If you have already booked a group from different households, we will be in touch to reallocate your seating. 

If you require further information please email us at the and we will endeavour to get back to you on the same day or following day if you contact us after 5pm.  Many thanks as ever for supporting your local independent cinema – we really do appreciate it and for supporting the Holst Museum”