Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

In Britain, slightly bumbling and always tardy Charles (Hugh Grant) and  his closest group of friends seem always to be attending weddings, but  are never the bride nor groom, and as such, each, with the exception of  gay couple Gareth (Simon Callow) and Matthew (John Hannah), is looking  for love. At the wedding of their friends, Angus (Timothy Walker) and  Laura (Sara Crowe), where Charles is acting as best man, Charles meets  an American woman named Carrie (Andie MacDowell). For him, it's love at  first sight. She too is attracted to him. Although they spend a  memorable evening together, that's all it ends up being. Over three more  successive weddings - some of the brides and grooms who are very near  and dear to Charles' heart - and one unfortunate funeral, Charles runs  into Carrie, but something always seems to prevent the two of them from  getting together. He also runs into a plethora of old girlfriends, one  of whom he may believe is really the one he was meant to end up with,  especially if Carrie seems to remain unobtainable. Will Charles settle  for who in his heart is second best, or will fate finally bring Charles  and Carrie together?

The programme starts 30 minutes after doors open and the main feature 60 minutes after doors open.
Doors open:
7pm on Saturday 9th April 2022
Mike Newell
Comedy, Drama, Romance
117 mins
Hugh Grant, Rowan Atkinson, Simon Callow, Andie MacDowell, James Fleet