Baseball Movies at the National Theatre

We know, we know, we’re late to the game. But would we be a proper DC fan if we didn’t show up late? This year’s Summer Cinema season at the National Theatre is well underway, having started in June with Field of Dreams, and continued on with other famous baseball movies. Coming up Monday is Soul of the Game with Delroy Lindon, Mykelti Williamson and Blair Underwood. On the 25th will be the movie that gave us the famous “There’s no crying in baseball!” and Tom Hanks at his most despicable: A League of Their Own. Followed up by Eight Men Out and Bull Durham, this is a great few weeks of baseball movies on a Monday night. If the Nats are out of town, or if you can’t get tickets, this might be the way to go. Tickets are free, and are distributed to the line outside the theatre half an hour before showtime (6:30pm).

See you at the movies!

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