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Back to all posts Fancy the tee shirt? Get donating!

Hey-ho we are still beating the Crowdfunder drum in our attempt to raise enough money to enable us to screen all our films for a fiver in January. We are also happy to take donations in the bar at the cinema if you would prefer to donate that way round. On evenings we are open you can buy a tee shirt or badge or just make a donation and we will funnel the funds through to the Crowdfunder total. Many thanks to all of you who have already contributed and for all the kind and encouraging comments which have been left on the site.

You can click on this link which will take you through to the Crowdfunder website

Two lifelong friends find themselves at an impasse when one abruptly ends their relationship, with alarming consequences for both of them. The matinee on Thurs 8th Dec will be an HOH screening with subtitles.

Thursday afternoon’s matinee is The Banshees of Inisherin which will be an HOH screening: given the broad accents involved this may prove a godsend for all. We will be serving our usual free tea/coffee and biscuits before the film.

During World War II, German ships are "safely" docked upriver at Bordeaux, but the British send a team of kayakers to attack them.

Our evening film on Thursdayis The Cockleshell Heroes which we are screening in partnership with The D.Day Museum. Will Heppa, curator of artefacts at the National Museum of the Royal Navy, will be giving a short talk before the film. It wasn’t just the Rogue Heroes that had its off-the-wall training methods.

We have no film on Friday.

Every time a bell rings, an angel gets its wings.

Our Saturday night film is one of the best loved Christmas films of all time: It's a Wonderful Life. Its enduring and uplifting message means we keep watching it year after year. Mulled wine and mince pies will be available in the bar for that extra festive feeling.

Coming Soon...

Little Women on Saturday 17th Dec at 7.00pm. This film has been selected by students at UoP. Not normally associated with Christmas necessarily, but it does have a Christmassy theme. Greta Gerwig’s version has an inspiring message for all young women.

Own your (Christmas) story.

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