Update - April 2023

The World Cinema season has ended in March, but we will continue to screen the best foreign language, arthouse and independent films amongst our normal schedule of screening on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month.

Most of the film distributors increased their license fees in line with inflation or above, which we have absorbed to date, but from April we are having to increase the ticket prices slightly to cover these increased costs.  The cinema still remains good value at £7 for adults and £4 for children under 15.  We also have a season ticket for £35 which provides free entry to 6 films (and has no expiry date).

Register your interest in international films

If like many of us you love foreign language films, whether scandi-nour, dramas or comedy we would like to hear from you.  There are so many incredible foreign language films this year that we would like to be able to offer some additional screenings in addition to our normal calendar schedule.  Just a couple that have peaked our interest are:

PETITE MAMAN - Céline Sciamma continues to prove herself as one of the most accomplished and unpredictable contemporary…

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Black Box Theatre Company return to the Village Hall on Friday 8th July 2022 with their tour of John Godbers hillarious play 'Bouncers'.

Set in 1984, John Godber’s classic comic drama, Bouncers, tells the story of a typical northern nightclub and the colourful characters that inhabit its dancefloor.  It’s Friday night and the weekend’s here… so, put on your dancing shoes… it’s going to be a night to remember!  Maureen and the girls are having their hair done. Barry and the lads are ‘down the pub’ getting a few drinks in. And Ralph, Les, Judd and Lucky Eric are manning the doors at the town’s hottest nightspot… Mr Cinders.

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With thanks to the wonderful audience at the Cinema on Friday 4th March for their donations of £115 for Ukraine.  Using the Big Give Appeal https://donate.thebiggive.org.uk/ukraine-refugee-appeal the Government matched the donation and together with Gift Aid it meant that £258.75 went to DISASTERS EMERGENCY COMMITTEE (DEC).

We will continue to have our donations bucket at all future screenings until this crisis is over.  

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