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Back to all posts No6 is back in action from September 1st

Cinemas are not alone in having a turbulent couple of years and the future still doesn’t look like plain sailing, however, No6 is back in action from September 1st. With our usual eclectic mix of documentaries, classic movies, foreign language and quality mainstream films we hope to lure you away from the couch and back into the metaphorical warm embrace of our No6 volunteers who as always will be there to welcome you back as the weather begins to cool.

Don’t forget our two matinees every month: matinee prices, free tea/coffee and biscuits before the subtitled screening make them a popular choice for people who like to be home before dark.

As always our bar will be open from 6.15pm before evening screenings. If you are 25 and under that’s a beer and a film for under a tenner, great value and a great night out.

The owner of a manufacturing company is beset by workplace problems just as his business is about to be judged for a prestigious award. Subtitles.

In our Thursday September 1st film The Good Boss, Javier Bardem delivers a masterclass in reptilian repugnance. Nominated for 20 Goyas outstripping Parallel Mothers for the best Spanish film, this satire on corporate corruption has an entertainment value of 100%.

The story of the iconic WW2 bomber told through the words of crew members, re-mastered archive material and extraordinary aerial footage of the RAF’s last airworthy Lancaster.

Lancasteron Friday 2nd September delivers a sobering first person history of Bomber Command. 100 Lancasters lost in a single night, 672 empty chairs at breakfast, 25,000 lives lost in Dresden, a stain on the consciences of the young men who dropped the bombs.

A woman who raised herself in the marshes of the deep South becomes a suspect in the murder of a man she was once involved with.

With a thumbs up from audience reviews, Where The Crawdads Sing on Saturday night is a heartbreaking story of isolation and survival.

Next Week:

Sin City, Eric Ravilious: Drawn To War, Dr Who double bill.

An exploration of the dark and miserable Basin City and three of its residents, all of whom are caught up in violent corruption.

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