Notice Board

Fri 24 Oct

Additional guests for MONSTERS: DARK CONTINENT

We're excited to announce cast members Sam Keeley, Johnny Harris and Joe Dempsie will be joining editor Richard Graham for our screening of MONSTERS: DARK CONTINENT as part of Mayhem Film Festival. Director Tom Green will no longer be attending the festival but the rest of the crew will take part in a post-screening Q&A. Tickets are still available here and going fast >>

Fri 24 Oct

BFI Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder comes to Film Hub Central East

Film Hub Central East, led by Broadway and Cambridge Film Trust, have revealed a collaborative programme of screenings and events to take place in the Central East region this autumn, as part of the BFI’s Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder.

Between September and December, audiences will have a chance to discover and take part in a spectacular one-of-a-kind season and celebration of Sci-Fi presented by the Hub in collaboration with Hub members across the region. Workshops, discussions, and screenings of titles exclusive to the BFI’s season will aim to engage dialogue and offer a unique perspective on the Sci-Fi genre.

In Milton Keynes, the Independent Cinema Milton Keynes at the MK Gallery will present Don’t Panic!, 12 consecutive weekly special events between October and December, exploring classic and modern Sci-Fi films, working with musicians, artists, workshop leaders and science lecturers.

Also in Milton Keynes, Bletchley Park will host Station X on 8 November – a full day of immersive screenings and themed workshops.

In Norfolk, Creative Arts East and their Village Screen network will reach out to six venues in the county’s rural community to present high quality screenings of Sci-Fi titles including A Trip to the Moon. The screenings will take place between October and December.

In Nottingham, Sci-Fact will take over the spectacular Keighton Auditorium at the University of Nottingham on 25 October with a screening of Gattaca, day of talks and live experiments intended to help audiences understand the science behind the fiction, de-bunk myths, and see how film has influences scientific thinking. Throughout the day, Sci-Fact will explore the themes of time travel, genetics and cloning, climate change, contagion, and many others.

Also in Nottingham, Mayhem Film Festival in partnership with Associate Programme Sarah Lutton, will explore the theme of The Created Woman over a three-day event, taking place at Broadway. Through screenings of classic and contemporary sci-fi titles, including Metropolis, The Stepford Wives and Solaris, and discussion panels, the event will approach the themes of creating the “perfect” woman, creation gone wrong and the “monstrous” woman, wives and daughters, and conjuring the woman.

Finally, working in partnership with Hollywood Cinemas, Abbeygate Cinema, and Broadway Letchworth, the Hub will be presenting over 40 high quality screenings of Sci-Fi titles in Norwich, Great Yarmouth, Fakenham, Letchworth, and Dereham.

Eleanor Thornley, Film Hub Central East Manager, says: “Film Hub Central East is excited to announce our involvement in Sci-Fi Days of Fear and Wonder, we are so happy to be giving local audiences the chance to engage in national moments such as this.“

For more information about Film Hub Central East and the full programme of Sci-Fi activities, please visit

Sat 18 Oct

Customer notice: Russell Brand event 23 October

We have had a few enquiries over the past few days and we just wanted to clarify that the Guardian Live event with Russell Brand on Thursday 23 October is a live by satellite broadcast of a conversation between Russell Brand and Owen Jones in London. The event appears under our Live by Satellite section in our brochure and we have also amended the copy on our website to make things clearer.

We are sorry if this has caused any inconvenience. If you need any more information please feel free to contact us.

Many thanks,

The team at Broadway.

Fri 17 Oct

Bobby Lockwood, Louisa Connolly-Burnham and Lis Steele to join Teen Mayhem Wolfblood panel

Mayhem Film Festival have confirmed three additional members of the cast and crew will join the Wolfblood panel taking place on Saturday 25 October at Broadway as part of Teen Mayhem.

Bobby Lockwood (Rhydian), fresh from winning BBC One’s Tumble, Louisa Connolly-Burnham (Shannon), and Executive Producer, Lis Steele, will be joining the CBBC-hit creator Debbie Moon, and co-star Kedar Williams-Stirling (Tom) for the exclusive event, which will include the screening of one episode from the show followed by an extensive Q&A.

The event is part of Teen Mayhem, a day of fantasy, horror and sci-fi dedicated to pre-teens and young teenagers. Including SFX make-up workshops, special screenings of Japanese anime Patema Inverted (U) and Joe Dante’s The Hole (12A) in 3D, as well as the Wolfblood panel, Teen Mayhem marks the start of Mayhem X, a one-of-a-kind ten-day celebration of genre TV and cinema, coinciding with Mayhem Film Festival’s 10th anniversary.

Chris Cooke, Mayhem Co-Director, says: "We all fell in love with horror, science fiction and fantasy when we were younger and Teen Mayhem is a chance for those younger fans to really indulge their passion. It allows them to learn more about the genre, have fun and meet fellow fans, as well as to meet the team responsible for one of CBBC's biggest hit series, Wolfblood, to learn the craft of horror make-up and to catch a couple of really stunning films."

Tickets and day passes for Teen Mayhem are now available at If considering the day pass please note The Hole is certificated 12A and therefore recommended for children aged 12 or above. Films classified 12A contain material that is not generally suitable for children aged under 12. No one younger than 12 may see a 12A film in a cinema unless accompanied by an adult. Adults planning to take a child under 12 to view a 12A film should consider whether the film is suitable for that child.

Mayhem X is made possible with the support of the BFI Film Festival Fund, awarding funds from The National Lottery. For more information about Mayhem please visit

Mon 13 Oct

Applications now open for BFI Film Academy at Broadway

Broadway is proud to be a Regional Delivery Partner for the BFI’s Film Academy Network for the third year running.

The BFI Film Academy gives talented young people with a passion for film, from all backgrounds across England, the opportunity to be part of the future film industry.

Broadway is looking for 18 young people aged 16-19 to take part in an intensive three-month “Experience Film” programme, taking place at Broadway in evenings and at weekends between 12 January and 5 March 2015. The programme will spread over about 75 hours of activity encompassing practical filmmaking and developing an understanding of film theory and the film industry, alongside the production of short films.

The BFI Film Academy delivered by Broadway is a fantastic opportunity to kickstart a career in the film industry.

Former BFI Film Academy participant Dan, 20, said: "I have benefited tremendously from the tutelage I received as part of the BFI Film Academy. The skills I gained have allowed me to work on a number of professional productions with confidence. This course has taken me a step closer to achieving my ambition of writing and directing feature films."

Sophie, 18, also enjoyed her experience at the Academy: I joined BFI Film Academy simply because I loved filmmaking, and working with a group of like-minded people on a project that was bigger than anything I’d done previously allowed me to develop technically and expand creatively; an experience I absolutely loved being part of”

Applications are now open until Friday 21 November at 5PM. For more information and to apply for the programme, please visit

Fri 03 Oct

Win goodies with LE JOUR SE LEVE and I.B. Tauris

To celebrate the re-release of Marcel Carné's Le Jour se Lève, now with new, previously censored scenes, the lovely folks at I.B. Tauris and the ICO have given us a few copies of Ben McCann's Le Jour se Lève: French Film Guide to give away.

Ben McCann's Le jour se lève: French Film Guide is an authoritative and entertaining exploration of one of French cinema's most important films, uncovering a work that deeply divided critics at a time of national crisis, while encapsulating very exact expressions of 1930s French film culture, ideology, and practice

To enter our competition and perhaps win one of the books, simply drop us an email at with your name and address.

You can read author Ben McCann talks about Le Jour se Lève here.

Deadline for entry is midnight on Thursday 9 October. Good luck!

Fri 03 Oct

Customer notice: Will & Testament Sun 5 Oct

The screening of Will & Testament + live by satellite Q&A on Sunday 5 October will take place at 4.45PM only. There will be no screening of the film at 8.15PM on that date, contrary to what is advertised in our brochure.

We are really sorry for the misprint and any inconvenience this may cause and hope you will be able to catch the film at another time.

Many thanks,

The team at Broadway.

Tue 30 Sep

Guest changes for Mayhem's screening of ABCs OF DEATH 2

Guest changes for Mayhem's screening of ABCs OF DEATH 2

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are sad to announce Director Julian Barratt will no longer be joining us on Sunday 2 November for our Mayhem screening of ABCs OF DEATH 2. Director Robert Morgan will still be attending the screening and taking part into a post-screening Q&A. To see the full schedule or book tickets for Mayhem Film Festival please go here

Tue 23 Sep

Win the entire Studio Ghibli collection with STUDIOCANAL

Following our extremely popular Studio Ghibli Forever season in August, and to celebrate the release of The Wind Rises on DVD, DVD + BD Doubleplay and Collector's Edition on 29th September, the lovely folks at STUDIOCANAL have given us a full set of Ghibli DVDs to give away to one very lucky winner. Imagine that!

For a chance to become the owner of the full Ghibli collection, simply drop us an email at with a picture of your own drawing of your favourite Ghibli character by midnight on Tuesday 30 September.

Keep up to date with Ghibli news on Facebook/Studioghibliuk

Tue 23 Sep

All tickets and passes now on sale for Mayhem X

It's alive! It's alive!

We're delighted to announce that individual tickets and day passes are now available for Mayhem Film Festival. And if you missed out on our Early Bird Passes, fear not as you are still able to purchase Full Festival Passes too. Whether you're into horror, canuxploitation, vampires, science-fiction, cult cinema or even silent cinema, Mayhem 2014 will have something for everybody. You can see our full line-up – including Astron-6's new feature The Editor, a 40th anniversary screening of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, preview screenings of ABCs of Death 2 and Monsters: Dark Continent with special guests, and a screening of Daughter of Horror with a new live score from 8MM Orchestra – and buy tickets here. Mayhem Film Festival takes place 30 October – 2 November.

Individual tickets are at regular Broadway ticket prices. Passes are available as below:

Full Festival Pass (all 4 days): £65

Thursday Day Pass: £15

Friday Day Pass: £13.50

Saturday Day Pass: £27

Sunday Day Pass: £24

And don't forget about Mayhem's two extra strands this year, as part of Mayhem X, to celebrate our 10th anniversary! Tickets are on sale for all titles of TEEN MAYHEM, a day of fantasy, sci-fi and horror for younger viewers, on 25 October, and for MAYHEM CERTIFICATE X, looking back at the history and context of the X certificate, from 25-30 October.

Mayhem X is made possible with the support of the BFI Film Festival Fund, awarding funds from The National Lottery.