OWLS Presents ‘Marjaavaan‘
This is a story of love birds Raghu and Zoya enjoying their lives until a vertically challenged gang leader with harmful intentions turns their world upside down. Hindi language romantic/action.
Showing on Thursday 28th November, 11.30 at Hyde Park Picture House, tickets are £3.50 for adults and £2.50 for children under 12 (carers are free)
Due to the temporary closure of Hyde Park Picture House for refurbishment, there will be no Bollywood screenings for the next 3 months. We will keep you updated on any changes in the near future.
This year we held a lovely afternoon of live music from the fantastic Stevie Fields for the International Day of Older People. Thanks to everyone who came along and to our wonderful volunteers.
OWLS Presents ‘Lootcase‘
Story of a lower middle class man who finds a suitcase full of money. He believes that the suitcase is the divine answer to all his lower middle class problems. However, the dark past of the suitcase catches up with him and he now has to make a choice – does he fight or does he take flight for survival. Starring Kunal Khemu & Rasika Dugal.
Showing on Thursday 31st October, 11.30 at Hyde Park Picture House, tickets are £3.50 for adults and £2.50 for children under 12 (carers are free)
OWLS Presents ‘The Zoya Factor‘
Based on Anuja Chauhan’s novel, Zoya Factor is a rom-com about Zoya, an advertising agent and her relationship with the captain of team India, Nikhil Khoda.
Showing on Thursday 26th Septemebr, 11.30 at Hyde Park Picture House, tickets are £3.50 for adults and £2.50 for children under 12 (carers are free)
OWLS Presents ‘Thugs of Hindostan‘
A story about one man’s love for his nation and another’s love for power. An epic adventure filled with edge-of-the-seat thrills and war on the seas.
Showing on Thursday 25th July, 11.30 at Hyde Park Picture House, tickets are £3.50 for adults and £2.50 for children under 12 (carers are free)
The OWLS office will be closed Monday 27th May and will re-open Tuesday 28th May.
Have a lovely Bank Holiday!
OWLS Presents ‘Romea Akbar Walter‘
This is an espionage action thriller about an Indian banker who is recruited by RAW (Research and Analysis Wing) for a covert operation deep inside Pakistan, during the Indian-Pakistan war of 1971.
Showing on Thursday 30th May, 11.30 at Hyde Park Picture House, tickets are £3.50 for adults and £2.50 for children under 12 (carers are free)
Would you like to make a positive difference for the local community and older people?
Are you a flexible, community minded person with excellent people-skills and project management experience?
PAY: Scp 23, £26,999
HOURS: 37 hours per week
HOLIDAY: 28 days plus Bank Holidays (pro rata)
To deliver, monitor, evaluate and develop a project that aims to strengthen the local community by recruiting lonely / isolated older people, to volunteer and join local community organisations / activities (including OWLS). OWLS is managed by BEA.
To apply please read the job description and download the application pack.
Hard copies are available from OWLS based at HEART in Headingley, and from Bramley Elderly Action’s office (at Bramley Community Centre on Waterloo Lane). If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications: 5pm Monday 20 May.
Interviews: 24th May 2019
No CV’s. Please apply using the job pack above, or contact 0113 369 7077 for a hard copy.
We advertise all jobs for Bramley Elderly Action, OWLS and upBEAt here.
OWLS Presents ‘Kalank‘
This is a period drama set in 1945 in the pre-independence British era. Starring Madhuri Dixit, Sonakshi Sinha & Alia Bhatt.
Showing on Thursday 25th April, 11.30 at Hyde Park Picture House, tickets are £3.50 for adults and £1.50 for children (carers are free)
OWLS Presents ‘Total Dhamaal‘
This is the third instalment from the Dhamaal franchise about a group of people who learn of a hidden treasure where they must race to find it to claim it for themselves. Action comedy starring Ajay Devgn, Anil Kapoor & Madhuri Dixit.
Showing on Thursday 28th March, 11.30 at Hyde Park Picture House, tickets are £3.00 for adults and £1.00 for children (carers are free)