Rallying the Browncoats in Raleigh

Founded by Jen Hilton in 2006, The Raleigh NC Browncoats have sold out their 200 capacity theatre in advance for 5 years running. They will be hoping to do the same again for this year’s event which will be on Sunday 24th July at Raleighwood Cinema Grill – doors open at 6pm and the movie starts at 8pm. 5 years ago Jim Shires took over as local coordinator along with his small but mighty crew of helpers and sponsors. Jim explains “At the very first Raleigh CSTS in 2006 I met then local coordinator and founder Jen Hilton. We had e-m

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The SRF Browncoats keep flyin’ in Florida

The SRF Browncoats are holding their tenth annual screening this weekend on Saturday 16th July. The event will include a screening of both Serenity and Dr. Horrible along with some great raffle prizes, and swag bags for sale with all kinds of goodies. Last year they made backpacks out of old Serenity T-shirts and loaded them up which sounds like a fantastic idea. They are also having a local game master host a Whedon themed game and a Whedon themed T-shirt contest. The audience will pick their favorite and there will be prizes for the

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To follow Independence Day we have ‘In’e’penece’ Day!

We have a big weekend of Browncoaty goodness coming up this weekend with 4 cities holding their CSTS events. The Albuquerque Browncoats have their event at the KiMo Theatre on Saturday, July 9th If you’re in the area you can get more information or buy tickets by following the links below:- KiMo Theatre CSTS 2016 Event and Ticket link: http://www.kimotickets.com/event/244147/ (Advance ticket buyers get an extra raffle ticket and other shiny swag!) Continue Reading...

Misbehavin’ in Albuquerque

MouldsThe Albuquerque Browncoats are very pleased to be hosting Can’t Stop the Serenity 2016 at the marvelous KiMo Theatre on Saturday, July 9th 2016. The KiMo is a New Mexico historic landmark built in 1927 in a “Pueblo Deco” (Art Deco + Pueblo Revival) style, which is very “Brownc

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Joss Whedon brings people together in Toronto

Toronto’s CSTS event will be on Saturday 9th July at the Royal Cinema in Toronto. They’re keeping it simple with a screening of the Big Damn movie followed by an auction and the money they raise will be split between Equality Now and the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape (TRCC/MWAR). TRCC/MWAR is a non-profit feminist organisation committed to fighting violence against women and children. They work both independently and together with other community organizations to provide support services for all survivo

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Shiny success in Salt Lake City

The Utah Browncoats have held CSTS events since the very beginning. Some large, some small, but all of them filled with great people who love to make a difference. Their most recent CSTS was no different in that respect, but they did do things a bit differently this year in that they split the event between two different venues. With 110 Browncoats in attendance, the event started at Brewvies Cinema Pub with musical singalongs of the Hero of Canton and the Firefly theme. They were also able to have a small Easter egg video from Done the I

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