The Phantom of the Open Monday, October 17, 2022 at 4:00 PM PDT
Monday, October 17, 2022 at 4:00 PM PDT
Phantom of the Open
at The Royal Theatre, 1597 Bay Avenue, Trail.
Monday, October 17th @ 4 pm
$12/person - No assigned seating. Only 143 seats available.
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPEN follows Maurice Flitcroft (Mark Rylance), a dreamer and unrelenting optimist who managed to gain entry to The British Open Golf Championship Qualifying in 1976 and subsequently shot the worst round in Open history, becoming a folk hero in the process.
What follows is a story about eternal optimism, pursuing your dreams, and the unflinching support families give to one another. Sally Hawkins gives a heartrending performance as Maurice’s wife and biggest supporter.
“Despite its light subject matter, [Phantom of the Open] is about something more than an obscure British folk hero … It’s a story about following your passion, not because of the heights this path will take you to, but because it makes you happy.” - Michael O’Sullivan, Washington Post
Director: Craig Roberts / Cast: Mark Rylance, Sally Hawkins, Rhys Ifans, Jake Davies / Country: UK / Length: 1h 46 mins / Language: English / Genre: Drama, Comedy, True Story / Rating: PG
Watch the trailer at https://youtu.be/LvKdAZr-v9U.
Tickets can be purchased through The Bailey Box Office at thebailey.ca or by calling or visiting our box office during regular box office hours Mon-Fri from 12-4 pm. No physical tickets are being issued for this show; Your name will be on our attendee list at the door. If the show is not sold out, tickets will be available at the door, cash only, 30 minutes before show time.
COVID Protocols - Show dates, times and conditions may be subject to change as mandated by Provincial Health Orders and subject to the COVID climate. At this time, masks are recommended but not required. We are not required to ask for proof of vaccination and shows can operate at 100% capacity. Patrons will be notified by email of any changes in our COVID protocols.
Upcoming Monday Cinema Films
Fire of Love: October 24 - A documentary featuring a procession of jaw-dropping images from the maw of erupting volcanos about French volcanologists Maurice and Katia Krafft – a married couple, who shared an ecstatic love of the beauty and death of the unpredictable natural phenomenon.
No Film October 31
The Worst Person in the World: November 7 - Julie is unhappy with the way her life has turned out. When she crashes a house party she flirts with a man, despite having a long-time boyfriend that she lives with. This leads her to leave her boyfriend, even though she knows that she bounces from one thing to another, never seeing anything through.
Peace by Chocolate: November 14 - Based on the inspirational true story of a family’s journey from Syria to Canada. The film follows the newly settled Hadhad family’s efforts to establish an artisanal chocolate shop in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, and how they rebuilt their chocolate business into a symbol for international peace and hope, as their son is caught between his dream to become a doctor and preserving his family's chocolate-making legacy.
No Film November 21
Run Woman Run: November 28 - Beck lives on the Six Nations reserve in Ontario. After falling into a diabetic coma, she is visited by the spirit of Indigenous running legend Tom Longboat, who helps her to change her lifestyle and becomes her wise-cracking new life coach and personal trainer. Funny and touching, Beck’s journey from grief to triumph sees her face her mother’s death, and reconnect with her heritage.
Scarborough: December 5 - Over the course of one school year three kids growing up in a low-income neighbourhood find friendship and community in an unlikely place as they experience institutional violence and inequality. An unflinching but hopeful drama that shows the capacity for great triumph and great tragedy in this adaptation of the breathtaking novel by Catherine Hernandez.
Ali & Ava: December 12 - Using great music and infused with humour, Ali & Ava is a compelling contemporary romance that explores the developing relationship between the good natured and eccentric Ali and Ava, an Irish-born teacher and single mother of five. Both lonely for different reasons, they bond through their love of music, and find warmth, kindness, and humour with each other.
1597 Bay Ave
Trail BC V1R 4A9
TDAC's Monday Cinema at The Royal Theatre
This is a general admission performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the theatre.
Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.