Portable pictures presents:
Deliverance at Beese's Riverside Bar
Portable Pictures present a special outdoor screening of John Boorman's 1972 thriller Deliverance at Beeses Riverside Bar on September 13th.
Come and join us in the secluded greenery by the river Avon for the ultimate Deliverance experience complete with a delicious Hog Roast!
Starring Jon Voight and Burt Reynolds, Deliverance is the story of four friends who take a break from the stress of city life to go on what they imagined would be an idyllic canoeing holiday in deepest Georgia.
Needless to say things don't quite go to plan and the trip turns into a terrifying and exhilarating battle for survival.
Tickets cost £20 and include either a hog roast or halloumi kebabs, both served with salad, roast potatoes and stuffing.
There will also be free popcorn available to have with the film.
Food will be served from 7pm, the film starts at 8pm and the bar will be open until 11pm.
Seating will be provided but you may want to bring a blanket to snuggle under. If rain is forecast on the night we will move the screening under the marquees. Deliverance is a visceral, hard hitting drama that contains scenes some viewers may find disturbing so this event is strictly for over 18's only.
Tickets available now from Portable Picture's website.
Ferry transport tickets to the event available at the bottom of this page!
Deliverance by boat!
If you want to arrive at the screening by boat Bristol Ferry are putting on a special service for the screening departing from Welsh Back at 6pm!
This is a one way trip so you will need to get back either by bus or taxi. Please note that the ferry ride is not included as part of the ticket price and if you want to catch the boat you will need to book in advance!
The ferry costs £12 per person.
Beeses will also be running the Conham ferry on the night to bring people over from the other side of the river. For more information about how to get to Beeses check their website here.
Wednesday13th September18:00 - 19:00