As we near the end of our first two months of screenings, we would like to thank everyone who has ventured out and down to the dockyard to support the cinema, and to give them a whopping great hug.
It has been an interesting couple of months, not without its hiccups but certainly it is fantastic to be back, meet a lot of new customers and see some of our old regulars back in the cinema where they belong.
We have an interesting and eclectic programme of films for Nov/Dec but what else would you expect from No6? From Bond to Gagarine, The Alpinist to The French Dispatch, the blockbuster crowd pleasers to the more thought provoking indie films, we hope there will be enough to catapult you from sofa to cinema seat via the bar.
Never mind a pack of wolves, Thursday night’s film is a pack of lies. Misha and the Wolves is really a dark fairy tale.
Rescheduled from the beginning of September we are now delighted to be screening American Utopia on Friday night.
Halloween…well not quite but near enough, our Saturday night film is a classic. The Thing is “a peerless masterpiece of relentless suspense, retina wrecking visual excess and outright nihilistic terror” so says Adam Smith of Empire Magazine. Who are we to disagree?
The Rescue on Thursday 18th November. Survival against the odds, a true story and perfect for our larger than average screen.