Bromley Boys – The Movie

The film will be shown at Orpington Odeon at 7.30pm Friday 8th June, 7.30 pm on Sunday 10th June and 1.45pm and 7.30pm on Monday 11th June.

There are not many showings in the local area so make sure you get tickets from the Official Odeon store
here so you do not miss out!

The Bromley Boys

A funny yet touching coming of age football memoir played out to the sights and sounds of Britain in 1970. Adapted from the comic novel by Dave Roberts, it recounts the author’s highs and the lows supporting his beloved team Bromley FC through their worst ever season.

Release Date – 1st June 2018

The Story….

In 1969, with England preparing for the defence of their World Cup crown and George Best delighting crowds with his virtuoso skills at Old Trafford, 15 year old David Roberts fell in love… head over heels in love… with his local non-league club Bromley FC.

The Lillywhites were a team who had seen better days: crowds had dwindled to less than a hundred, players were turning up late, if at all, and the team were letting in so many goals that taunting opposition fans would lose count of the score.

David Roberts was a loner in love with football.

Finding it hard to fit in at school he longs to be ingratiated into the inner sanctum of Bromley FC’s most loyal fans. These fans include Derek, Roy and Peter, three misfits with less influence at the club than they imagine. A chance meeting at a local cafe means David is welcomed in to the fold but there’s a catch… he must lead the way in forcing current team manager Dick Ellis out. While enforcing a bungled one man protest David meets Ruby, the daughter of terrifying club Chairman Charlie McQueen.

The awful season continues being lit up by brief moments of quality provided mainly by David’s hero and Bromley’s star player, Alan Stonebridge. During a search to ask ‘Stoney’ some questions for his scrapbook David stumbles in to the Chairman’s office and across a secret that will change Bromley Football Club forever. But before David can investigate further he is interrupted by the Chairman’s daughter, and child genius, Ruby… a girl who appears to now have a twinkle in her eye for David.

What follows are a catalogue of hilarious attempts by David and his new friends to find out what’s going on at their beloved and astoundingly awful Bromley FC. To complicate matters David is sent to boarding school and subsequently expelled, battles with his world weary father, starts at a comprehensive school and embarks on a seemingly sham relationship with the Chairman’s daughter in order to infiltrate the club. A relationship that will lead him to a party at the Chairman’s house where David will learn the terrible truth…

The final act finds David and his new friends thrust deep in to the biggest story in non-league football history. With furious club Chairman Charlie McQueen on the war path David must choose between his undying love for Bromley FC, the wishes of his parents, and his growing feelings for Ruby. David’s life is unravelling fast. He just needs one thing to make it all better.

A Bromley win on the last day of the season…

For more from The Bromley Boys please visit the official website here

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