Cinema goers may brave the elements for a view

Ever fancied watching the film Titanic in a sinking ship, The Breakfast Club in a school hall, or Gladiator in a colosseum? What about catching Chariots of Fire at the Crystal Palace running track, My Beautiful Launderette at your local washeteria or One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest in an asylum?

Well, you may be able to one day, but until then you can catch The Shawshank Redemption at Oxford Prison, The Full Monty in Sheffield’s Shire Green Working Men’s Club or Braveheart in Stirling Castle, courtesy of Stella Screen.

We presume the screenings over the next months run on the masochistic philosophy that feeling a cold draught up your kilt, or being chained to a wall, heighten the pleasure of the film-going experience.

If that’s the case, count us in.

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