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Tue 04 Sep

Win tickets to drive-in screenings

Win tickets to drive-in screenings

We have tickets to give away for Barton's drive-in screenings next weekend.

From 13th - 16th September they will be showing some revved-up classics on the big screen. The season starts with Asif Kapadia's incredible documentary Senna followed by the stylish Bullitt and cult classics Vanishing Point and American Graffiti.

We have 2 sets of car tickets to give away for each screening.

Simply email with your name, telephone number and which screening you'd like to attend to be in with a chance of winning

For more details about the screenings click HERE

CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES: Wednesday 12th September at 1pm

Tue 28 Aug

September brochure now online

September brochure now online

Find out about all the latest films, special screenings, events and more by browsing the Broadway September brochure online.

Just click HERE to enjoy a virtual flick through what's coming up this month

Fri 24 Aug

Party with Gilles Peterson at WEYA launch

Party with Gilles Peterson at WEYA launch

Excitement is building fast for World Event Young Artists (WEYA), the UK’s largest ever free festival of international arts,

The festival features over 1000 artists from all over the world coming together in Nottingham from 7th - 16th September. Broadway is one of the venues taking part with screenings, live music and artist installations around the building. For details see our September brochure or go to the WEYA website.

The whole festival kicks off with a launch party featuring amazing music talent headlined by DJ Gilles Peterson on Saturday 8th September.

The organisers are giving away tickets to the party and you could be in with a chance of winning some!

To enter, send an email to the festival organisers with your name, address and date of birth to . Winners will be drawn by the festival’s volunteer team on Monday,

For full details of the competition click HERE

Tue 21 Aug

Need a cash boost for your creative project?

Need a cash boost for your creative project?

The deadline is fast approaching for our Show & Tell DIY Funding event.

Spoonfed will allow organisations and individuals to pitch for cash to help give their creative projects a boost

The event takes place on 9th September as part of World Event Young Artists but in order to take part and pitch you need to tell us your idea before 27th August.

To propose a project idea for funding see

For details of the event itself check out the links below:

Mon 06 Aug

Autumn 2012 Film Courses now on sale

Autumn 2012 Film Courses now on sale

Our new courses for the Autumn include

Ten More Cinematic Partnerships (commencing Wednesday 19th September)

By popular request, we're examining another collection of creative partnerships, often where one party takes more of the credit by virtue of being the public face. The course includes the Coen Bros and Roger Deakin and Charles Crichton and TEB Clarke.

For more information about this course click here.

Lo-Fi Film Club (commencing Tuesday 2nd October)

For this unique course we ask you to bring in your own smartphone or digital camera and you can learn filmmaking techniques and apply them using your own equipment.

For more information about this course click here.

An Introduction to Film Studies (commencing Wednesday 3rd October)

Develop your love and appreciation of film by joining with others on our informal introductory course in film studies.

For more information about this course click here.

From Screen to Page - Creative Writing from Film (commencing Thursday 4th October)

We often hear of succesful books being adapted to screen, but how do you use your experience of watching great films to inspire your writing?

For more information about this course click here.

Talk Cinema Autumn 2012 (commencing Thursday 4th October)

Love watching and talking about films? Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from Broadway in weeks 1,3,5,7,9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8,10 for an indepth discussion of the previous week's movie. Our tutor will moderate and provide illustrative analysis.

For more information about our courses click here.

For a full list of the Autumn Film Courses click here.

Wed 01 Aug

The 2012-13 Met Opera Season is now on sale

The 2012-13 Met Opera Season is now on sale

The season begins with Donizetti's L'Elisir D'Amore on Saturday 13th October.

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members
Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members
Bundle Offer: Buy 6 & get 1 of those operas for free (available through the box office)

Click here for the full programme

Mon 16 Jul

Fast track your film career!

Fast track your film career!

Are you an emerging producer or director looking to fast track your career?

FilmWorks is a new professional development scheme offering you the opportunity to develop your film industry practice, profile, networks and knowledge.

Applicants must be aged 18 or over and not in full-time education. Call for applications closes on Monday 20 August 2012.

Check out the video below and for more information and application forms see

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FilmWorks is managed by Watershed co-produced with ShowroomWorkstation and Broadway. A Film Networks Fund project, supported by the National Lottery through the BFI and Creative England.

Thu 12 Jul

Broadway job opportunities - come and join our team!

We currently have a number of new job opportunities available.

Broadway are seeking applications for staff to join us and work in our bars, kitchen, Box Office and beyond.

To find out more about our Customer Service Assistant, Kitchen Assistant, Kitchen Supervisor or Operations Director roles see our Working Here page now.

Please note: CVs & agencies will not be considered

Tue 26 Jun

Watch Q&A with Joy Division director online now

Watch Q&A with Joy Division director online now

Exclusive Q&A with director Grant Gee - watch again

On 27th June New British Cinema Quarterly presented a very special Q&A to celebrate the DVD/VOD release of Grant Gee's PATIENCE (AFTER SEBALD)

The Q&A is available to watch again - for a limited time only - over on our Digital Q&As page


The film offers a unique exploration of the work of internationally acclaimed writer W.G. Max Sebald (1944 -2001) via a walk through East Anglia tracking his most influential book, The Rings of Saturn. It is a richly textured essay film on landscape, art, history, life and loss.


This pioneering showcase that highlights the rich and distinctive craft of filmmaking in the UK. To find out more visit

Wed 20 Jun

Teachers! Looking for an end of term treat for your students?

Teachers! Looking for an end of term treat for your students?

If you're thinking of giving your pupils an end of term treat, why not bring them to see the wonderful adventure comedy, A MONSTER IN PARIS (U) in glorious 3D? It costs only £3.50 per pupil and teachers get in for free. (You need a minimum 30 pupils to attend).

We'll be showing it for schools from the 5th July - please contact to book a screening.

A Monster in Paris an unforgettable family favourite set in Paris in 1910. Having unintentionally unleashed a mysterious monster from an eccentric scientist’s greenhouse, Emile the projectionist, Raoul the inventor and Lucille, an enchanting cabaret singer, embark on this laugh-out-loud 3D adventure.IN ENGLISH

(Run Time: 89m)