Free showing of Gregory Cooke’s film ‘Choc’late Soldiers, about Black American Soldiers in WW2, some of which was shot in Bamber Bridge.
This Emmy award winning film tells the story about some of the 140,000 black American soldiers who came as a part of the American involvement in world war two.
The film, some of which was shot in Bamber Bridge, includes interviews with former residents of Bamber Bridge.
The film will be introduced by its’ producer, Gregory Cooke, who will be joining us from America for the celebrations of the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Bamber Bridge. This is a free event. Doors open at 18.40hrs film starts at 19.00hrs.