A RHYL cinema will pull a British movie following a mass brawl involving machetes at a screening in Birmingham.

The Vue, on the West Parade, will join the chain's other venues across the UK - as well as Showcase Cinemas - in cancelling screenings of gang film Blue Story.

However, Cineworld Llandudno continues to advertise listings for the film.

A recorded message on Vue's box office phone line confirms: "We regret we will not be screening Blue Story at any of our venues."

Assistance is available through the box office in cancelling bookings already made for the film.

The cancellation comes after gangs of youths, some armed with machetes, clashed at the Star City cinema, which is operated by Vue, on the evening of Saturday, November 23 , with

During the incident, seven police officers were injured and six teenagers, including four 14-year-olds and a 13-year-old girl, were arrested in connection with the disorder. They have been bailed by police.

The film, which is written and directed by Andrew Onwubolu - a British rapper who performs as Rapman - and is developed by BBC Films, focuses on two friends from different south London postcodes, on rival sides of a street war.

Writing on Instagram on Sunday afternoon, he said: “Sending love to all those involved in yesterday’s violence at Star City in Birmingham.

“It’s truly unfortunate that a small group of people can ruin things for everybody. Blue Story is a film about love not violence."

The film’s distributor, Paramount Pictures, said it was “saddened” by events at Star City, but that it thinks Blue Story is “an important film” that has had “incredibly positive reaction and fantastic reviews”.