Vue Cinema Cancels ‘Brotherhood’ Screenings After Reports of Fighting

Fights reportedly broke out during two seperate screenings.




Noel Clarke’s Brotherhood has been pulled from the Vue cinema in Stratford after it was claimed that fights broke out during screenings.

The incidents occured during two separate screenings, which took place at the Vue cinema in Stratford’s Westfield shopping centre, and left the management with no choice but to cancel all further showings.

Brotherhood taken off listings at Vue Stratford because of too many customer 'incidents' before and during film! 😲😲😲

Naturally this left many cinema-goers disappointed that they couldn’t enjoy the concluding film in Noel Clarke’s trilogy and they took to twitter to voice their frustrations.

Stratford westfield banned Brotherhood from their cinema because 2 fights kicked off during two different screenings 😭

— randa (@randsldn_) September 2, 2016

Only in Stratford cinema would they stop showing brotherhood due to fights in earlier showings 🙃🙃

— mollie (@Mollier12) September 4, 2016

Can you imagine Brotherhood isnt showing in Westfield Vue cos of beef during the film 😭😂

— N5Y (@nayldn1) September 4, 2016

Brotherhood is no longer being shown at Vue Westfield Stratford. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause - Amber

— Vue Cinemas Help (@VueHelp) September 2, 2016

Last week, the Vue’s costumer service Twitter account all but confirmed that 'Brotherhood' had been pulled from their regular screening schedules. 

"We can confirm there were incidents at the Stratford site last week however whilst they are being investigated we can issue no additional comment."

A spokesperson for the cinema chain released a statement saying:

However, on a more positive note 'Brotherhood' has been enjoying a lot of success. As well as earning rave-reviews the film, which was written and directed by Clarke, grossed an estimated £1.98 million during its opening week.

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