In terms of immersing our audience – extending the experience beyond the screen – this was our most ambitious show yet. This is what Billericay Community Cinema is all about. We want our shows to be more than just a film – we want them to be a truly local, community experience – and we hope you all really enjoyed Magnificent Seven.
We had horses, we had Sheriffs, we had a Saloon Bar – all of which created a wonderful atmosphere. The very talented Keira Nichole Robinson sang for us – she’s just got through Factor Essex Bootcamp and will be one to the live shows starting 2nd October. Good luck, Keira!
One of our regulars, Chris requested The Magnificent Seven and we’re really glad he did. Chris came dressed as … Chris (a.k.a Yul Brynner). One thing we’re sure of: Chris got home safely that night walking down the High Street decked out in his mean black cowboy hat and his revolver in its holster!
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