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This week’s films all have music at their heart so if you are missing the Victorious vibe and are catching up on all the music events that have been missing from our lives because of that horrid pandemic, then do come and tap your toes to these three great films. We have a selection of beers from Fallen Acorn Brewery, wines and soft drinks available from our bar to enjoy whilst watching the films.

In 1969, the same summer as Woodstock, another festival took place.

First up on Thursday night is Summer of Soul (… or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), I’ve seen it, it’s just as Mark Kermode says: possibly 'the best concert film ever made?’ It intertwines music and politics, Nina Simone’s charismatic performance will make your spine tingle and your jaw drop.

Your favourite band’s favourite band.

The Sparks Brothers on Friday night directed by Edgar Wright follows this absurdist duo and their inspirational antics. They refuse to play by anyone’s rules but their own.

A once in a lifetime concert celebrating the music of Peter Green and the early years of Fleetwood Mac.

Saturday night’s film Mick Fleetwood & Friends features a magnificent line up of superstars in a tribute to the music of Peter Green and the early years of Fleetwood Mac.

Coming Soon...

Annette on Sat 9th Oct is anti-La La Land with wild Sparks Brothers music.

Is nothing as sacred, as dangerous, as intense as love?

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