In 2018 the Village Hall was fitted with a fabulous drop down screen. With money left over from the pot generously raised with a 'Right Royal Teaparty' a film license was bought.
So Film Nights in the village hall began.
It has been a steep learning curve for the committee who run the nights, and their fabulous helpers.
Screenings this year (2018/19) ran from October to May on the third Saturday of each month.
The films were as followed:
October: Waking Ned Devine (1998)
November: War Horse (2011)
December: Love Actually (2003)
January: Amadeus (Director's Cut) (1984)
February: West Side Story (1961)
March: An Ideal Husband (1999)
April: April in Paris (1952)
May: God's Own Country (2017)
June: To Catch a Thief (1955)
We sell beer and cider produced locally (this was a conscious decision), as well as wine and a range of soft drinks. Seating is cafe style which gives our patrons a chance to chat, and enjoy a snack. Gathering together to enjoy a film has proved to be a wonderfully social occasion.
Film Nights will begin again in September, with a special opening event.
As we cannot advertise the films directly due to license restrictions we are going to show directly the best way to find out more is to join our mailing list by sending a message to: firstname.lastname@example.org