As some of you may have found out in the past occasionally we have sell out screenings, I am happy to give you the heads up on what is selling quickly at the moment so you can book online and don’t miss out on seeing some of the best films around at your favourite venue. Currently storming ahead are: Darkest Hour this Thursday at 4.15, The Shape of Water on Saturday night, I, Tonya on Fri 6th April, Finding Your Feet on Sat 7th April, Lady Bird on Sat 14th April and in the lead Nick Cave's Distant Sky on Thurs 12th April. Please note that we cannot accept bookings by phone.
This month’s matinee on Thursday afternoon at 4.15pm is Darkest Hour starring Oscar winning Gary Oldman as Churchill. Don’t forget that tickets for matinees are at our old prices £8.00 full, £6.50 concession and £5.00 for 25’s and under. There will be the usual free tea/coffee and biscuits for those leading the charge.
Thursday evening’s film at 7.00pm is There Will Be Blood. Daniel Day Lewis has decided to hang up his acting shoes and retire post Phantom Thread so this chance to see him in one of his most epic roles is a mighty fine treat.
Clint Eastwood has directed and starred is some fantastic films in his long life. Friday’s film is a tribute to the bravery of three real life heroes who took on a terrorist aboard …. you guessed it - The 15:17 to Paris.
The Shape of Water scooped the Oscar for best picture this year. See all that watery goodness on Saturday night on our fabulous big screen.