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Back to all posts Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is showing at No6 on Friday 16th February.

The new programme for March and April is in the pipeline and as always at this time of year there is a plethora of great films out there, many of which are nominated for Academy Awards and many of which will be screened at No6.
They will be on the website and available to book very soon but if you are keen to see The Post keep Saturday 3rd March free, if you are keen to see Phantom Thread keep Saturday 17th March free, if you are keen to see The Shape of Water keep the Saturday 25th March free and if you like animated musicals keep Sat 31st March free for The Lion King winner of Oscar for best Original Score and best Original Song in 1995.

There's nothing orthodox about him, on Thursday 1st February

Curious about how other communities live there lives? Then Thursday’s film is for you. Menashe is an authentic look into the Yiddish speaking Hasidic community of New York, apart from being a moving portrait of a subculture, when it comes down to it it illustrates how everyone is capable of growth and change. Mazel tov.

Harry Caul is an invader of privacy. The best in the business. So far, three people are dead because of him, on Friday 2nd February.

Classic Coppola! Made in the few moments between the making of The Godfather 1 and 2, The Conversation stars Gene Hackman and has a sound scape by Walter Murch. This is a masterpiece of American Cinema, showing at No6 on Friday evening.

The next chapter in the Skywalker saga, on Saturday 3rd February.

Wonderful visuals and an abundance of action, that’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Book to assure your seat on Saturday night.

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