This year’s Barnabas Fringe Festival Film Night sees the screening of the thought-provoking comedy, The Intouchables (2011) telling the hilarious and deeply touching tale of Philippe who is a quadriplegic millionaire searching for a new carer.
On the evening of Monday 19th August from 7pm Barnabas will screen this marvelous bit of film-making directed by Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano. This award-winning French subtitled film tells the story of what happened when an aristocrat disabled in a paragliding accident hires a young man from the projects to be his caretaker. Based on a true story.
For a flat fee of £5 you will get ice-cream, popcorn and a soft drink. If your drinking habits are a little stronger, feel free to bring your own bottle! This is a drive-in experience without the car.
Please call 01633 673739 to book tickets!