This year No6 in partnership with Ports Fest will be taking one giant leap from the wonderful Historic Dockyard to the other end of Portsea Island into the incredible courtyard space of The Portsmouth Distillery within the ramparts of Fort Cumberland for three screenings on Saturday July 2nd. Head over to our website for all the deets and timings for Encanto, The Greatest Showman and No Time To Die. Space is limited for this fabulous event so hesitate ye not.
On Thursday afternoon we will be celebrating 70 years of Singin' In The Rain and 10 years since the volunteer take over of No6 Cinema, we will be serving a glass of fizz and some tea time fancies in the bar before the screening. All tickets are £12 and we would appreciate it if you could book online in advance so Frederika and I know how many cakes to bake and how many bottles of fizz to buy! Bar will be open from 3.15pm.
Phantom Of The Open is our evening screening on Thursday. A whimsical comedy-drama which tells the true story of a daffy father of three who blags his way into the 1976 Open golf championships. Written by Simon Farnaby who wrote Paddington 2, this is a happy treat.
Friday evening’s film has been hailed as the best thing for the box office this year… The Worst Person In The World is a thoughtful and expressive take on young adulthood.
BFI has stepped up to distribute the Oscar winning film CODA on Saturday night. A classic story of intergenerational conflict spiced up with a cultural clash between the deaf and hearing community.
Circumnavigate: The Long Paddle is the story of Brendon Prince’s world record attempt to Stand Up Paddle Board around Britain. Circumnavigating round mainland Britain was a challenge but Brendon did it and will be at No6 to tell us all about it on May 5th.