Four films for Festivities...

Posted on -

Back to all posts All About My Mother is 20! Come and see it at No6 this Thursday

Thanks to all the people who have booked so far and a big thank you to all of you that are just about to book for our Lymphoma Charities and Rowan’s Hospice fundraiser on Sat June 29th, keep booking so we can keep planning which cakes we are going to bake. If once you have eaten all that cake you feel like running it off we are also planning to gather together a team of elite (not) fundraising athletes who are going to take part in The Great South Run in October, for us this will be a fun run. If you would like to join the No6 team and get a fabulous and rare as hens’ teeth tee shirt, then please let us know either by email or have a chat with us over the bar.

An Afghan-born woman explores the progressive, but now lost ideas of Afghanistan’s last Queen, Soraya.

This week we have four films for the Festivities. On Wednesday we are delighted to be screening Finding Soraya as part of Refugee Week celebrating the contribution that refugees make to the rich cultural life of the UK. All tickets are £5.00

Part of every woman is a mother/actress/saint/sinner. And part of every man is a woman.

Thursday night’s film was considered at the time to be as close to a masterpiece as Almodovar has ever produced. But that was twenty years ago, has he produced a better film than All About My Mother? Refresh your memory come and see it again.

I am Jack’s smirking revenge.

If you haven’t seen Fight Club on the big screen…now’s your chance, Friday night.

It came from outer space!

…” the most empathetic and exhilarating mainstream American animated feature ever made…” Well deserved hyperbole for The Iron Giant on Saturday night.

Share post