Film Fest returns

Returning to screens this autumn, the Telford Film Festival will run for six weeks from Friday 6 September, with screenings and special events in venues all over town.

Joining the line-up are some family favourites including Mamma Mia, a singalong version of The Wizard of Oz, Mary Poppins Returns and Dumbo. Telford Steam Railway will also host two special events in its carriages: a Scooby Doo Halloween Ghost Train and one for the adults, Brief Encounter, which includes a prosecco afternoon tea.

Some of the venues include Telford Shopping Centre, Oakengates Theatre, a yurt at Dale End Park, RAF Cosford, Telford Cineworld, Dawley Town Hall, Coalbrookdale Community Centre, the Museum of Iron, Ketley Community Centre and Wellington Orbit.

The Festival will also be supporting Severn Hospices Sunset Cinema at their outdoor screenings of Bohemian Rhapsody and Greatest Showman.

Visit for details and to buy tickets, or call the box office on 01952 382 382.


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