Anyone who knew John Holland our former Chair and much respected founder member of No6 Cinema will know how much lovers of independent film owe him. He was the dedicated and dependable force behind No6 and devoted many hundreds of hours to the cinema, it wouldn’t have become the establishment it is today without him. Sadly we lost him at the beginning of the year from lymphoma, but to commemorate his contribution we are having a special tea and cake event at the cinema and a screening of one of his favourite films Moonrise Kingdom. In order to know how many Victoria sponges, chocolate, ginger and fruit cakes to prepare we are asking people to book online so no one goes without a celebratory slice. All profits will be split between The Lymphoma Research Trust and Rowans Hospice, so if you are intending to come please, please, please get booking so we can get baking!
Wednesday evening and we have our final, final screening of Our Club, the definitive story of the fall and rise of Pompey Football Club. It isn’t on the paper programme but it is on the website and available to book online.
It starts at 7.00pm, beers available at the bar. Kick back and enjoy, it’s really rather good.
Our monthly matinee this Thursday is Woman at War, starring the mother of all green goddesses, Halla the environmental warrior. With free tea and biscuits, subtitles and great value ticket prices, what’s not to like! Film starts at 4.15pm.
Thursday night’s film is High Life, Robert Pattinson heads to infinity and beyond but this is no toy story. From French director Claire Denis this is a stellar space drama with sex rooms, babies, and Juliette Binoche with amazing hair! What a piece of work!
Stop complaining about the polar vortex…and come and see Mads Mikkelsen in Arctic on Friday night.