Gosh don’t the years roll by quickly? Here we are nearly at the end of of another cinema year and all of a sudden there is a realisation that we have been bashing away running No6 since 2012. It’s been a difficult year for all the volunteers, with the loss of our Chair John, hot competition from Vue selling cheap tickets and a lack of clarity over the future of Boathouse 6. However, on the upside our enthusiasm for screening such a horizon broadening range of amazing films has not been dampened, we are assured of at least another year in Boathouse 6 before any rebuilding works are scheduled to begin and Action Stations have now got a maintenance contract in place to have the toilets attended to every six months, yay! Long may they flush! If perchance you feel like testing the toilets we also have draught cider on tap at £1.00 pint….. till the end of the week or whenever it runs out.
Hallelujah…come and worship at the feet of one of the most soulful singers ever. Amazing Grace starring Aretha Franklin on Thursday night will uplift you and take you straight to heaven.
Bill Nighy fans will be very happy on Friday night when we screen Sometimes, Always, Never. Feels as good as a ‘z’ on a triple word score.
Saturday night and here’s one from the heart. Tickets are still available for our final film of the year and fundraiser in memory of John. All profits will go to Rowans Hospice, and Lymphoma charities.
Tickets for Moonrise Kingdom are a flat rate of £10 and include a cup of tea and a slice of cake, help us raise as much as we can for these worthwhile organisations.