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Updated August 20, 2019

Programme (click on the image to be taken to a short YouTube trailer)

Film showings take place on Wednesdays with the addition of Saturday Winter Warmers

Our Winter Warmers are shown on Saturday afternoons starting at 3pm (doors open 2.30pm). Tickets £5. There is an interval halfway through the film for tea and cake. A charge is made to cover costs.

Aug 28
Hotel Salvation
Indian drama

Hotel Salvation

Faced with his father's bizarre demand to go and die in the holy city of Varanasi and attain Salvation, a son is left with no choice but to embark on this journey. But there’s nothing maudlin about Dayanand Kumar’s odyssey, as he discovers life beside the Ganges to be very much to his liking. In Hindi.

Sept 25
Red Joan
Spy Drama
UK 2018, Cert 12A 101 min

Red Joan

In a picturesque village
in England, Joan Stanley
(Judi Dench), lives in
contented retirement.
Suddenly her tranquil
existence is shattered as
she's shockingly arrested
by MI5. For Joan has
been hiding an incredible
past; she is one of the most influential spies in living
history. It all started in Cambridge in the 1930s.

Sat Oct 19
Maltese Falcon
Bogart at his best in an exciting thriller

Oct 23
Mid-August Lunch
Comedy Italy 2008, Cert U 75 min

Mid August Lunch

Gianni, a broken man
with mounting debts, is
forced to entertain his 93
-year-old mother during
Italy’s biggest summer
holiday, Ferragosto. His
landlord and doctor will
forgive his debts in
exchange for a small
favour, which turns out to be more than he bargained for.
An hilarious & heartfelt film. In Italian with subtitles.

Sat Nov 9
The Greatest Showman
Musical with Hugh Jackman as Barnum

Nov 27
The Children  Act
Drama UK 2017, Cert 12A 105 min

The Children Act

Fiona May (Emma
Thompson) is a judge in the
Family Division of the High
Court of Justice. A case is
brought before her involving
a 17 year old boy, Adam
Henry, who is suffering from
leukaemia and needs a
blood transfusion. However,
Adam and his parents are
Jehovah’s Witnesses and refuse to give their consent.

Dec 11
The Green Book
Drama USA 2018, Cert 12A 130 min

The Green Book

A working-class
bouncer becomes
the driver of an
classical pianist on a
tour of venues
through the 1960s
American South.
Based on the true story of pianist Don Shirley, the film won 3 Oscars.

Sat Jan 11
Kind Hearts & Coronets
Alec Guinness classic film

Jan 22
Biography UK 2018, Cert 15 111 min


France,1893. Colette (Keira
Knightley) marries novelist
Willy (Dominic West). As their
respective affairs become
more involved and Colette’s
work becomes the toast of
Paris, their unconventional
relationship is tested.
Knightley’s performance is
brilliant as the amazing
Colette, who wrote 80 works including “Gigi”.

Sat Feb 8
Lerner & Lowe musical from 1958

Feb 26
Faces Places
Documentary France 2017, Cert 12A 104 min

Faces Places

The 90-year-old director,
Agnes Varda, goes on the
road with street artist JR to
create remarkable, moving
portraits of the people they
meet. There’s a wonderful
warmth and playfulness in
this essay/road movie,
conjuring a narrative in the
midst of what is ostensibly a
documentary. In French with subtitles.

Sat Mar 14
Toy Story 4
Latest and best of the series

Mar 25
The Bookshop
Drama UK 2017, PG 113 min

The Bookshop

England, 1959. Florence Green
(Emily Mortimer) risks
everything to open a bookshop
in an East Anglian coastal town.
While bringing about a
surprising cultural awakening
through works by Ray Bradbury
and Vladimir Nabokov, she
earns the polite but ruthless
opposition and the support and
affection of a reclusive book loving widower (Bill Nighy).

Apr 22
The Guilty
Crime Denmark 2018, Cert 15 85 min

The Guilty

A policeman Asger Holm
answers an emergency call
from a kidnapped woman.
When the call is suddenly
disconnected, the search for
the woman and her
kidnapper begins. With the
phone as his only tool, Asger
enters a race against time. A
gripping film even though it
has basically a cast of one and phone voices.

May 27
Sorry we missed you
Drama UK 2019, Cert tbc 100 min

Sorry we missed you

Ricky and his family have
been fighting an uphill
struggle against debt since
the 2008 financial crash. He
decides to get some
independence with a shiny
new van and the chance to
run a franchise as a self
employed delivery driver.
It's hard work, and his
wife's job as a carer is no easier. A new Ken Loach film.

June 24
The White Crow
Drama UK/France 2018, 12A 127 min

The White Crow

The true story of legendary dancer Rudolf Nureyev is brought vividly to life by director/actor Ralph Fiennes and screenwriter David Hare. From Nureyev’s poverty-stricken childhood in the Soviet city of Ufa, to his blossoming as a student dancer in Leningrad, to his nail-biting escape from the KGB and defection to the West at the height of the Cold War, The White Crow is a gripping film.

July 22
King of Thieves
Crime UK 2018, Cert 15 108 min

King of Thieves

Based on the Hatton Garden safe deposit burglary of 2015. For retired crooks, what starts off as their last criminal enterprise, quickly turns into a brutal nightmare due to greed. Based on infamous true events. Starring Michael Caine, Jim Broadbent, Ray Winstone, and Tom Courtenay.

Aug 26
The Post
Drama USA 2017, 12A 116 min

The Post

Steven Spielberg directs Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks in a thrilling drama about the unlikely partnership between The Washington Post's Katharine Graham, the first female publisher of a major American newspaper, and editor Ben Bradlee, as they race to catch up with The New York Times to expose a massive cover-up of government secrets.