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What's On

Unless stated below, the cinema entrance fee is £6, or £5 for U14 / 60+.

Our LICENSED CAFE / BAR opens for business 30 minutes before the start time of evening events.

As well as the one-off events below there is a wide variety of regular gatherings by like-minded people, see our GROUPS & CLUBS page for more information.

Please book and pay for chargeable events in advance.

  ▼▼▼ JULY ▼▼▼

parallel mothers

July 1, Friday 6pm


Parallel Mothers   (15)

Penelope Cruz, Milena Smit; 2hrs 3m
Middle aged Janis and teenaged Ana are both new single mothers, one exultant, one scared. The close link which forms between the two develops but ultimately complicates both of their lives.

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the duke

July 8, Friday 6pm


The Duke   (12)

Jim Broadbent, Helen Mirren; 1hr 36m
After stealing Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery, Kempton Bunton sends ransom notes saying that he will return the painting on condition that the government invests more in care for the elderly.

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plant fair

July 9, Saturday 10am to 4pm


Plant Fayre   


A variety of wonderful plants for sale, all nurtured by our very own volunteer gardeners. Cafe open with tea, coffee and cake available. Raising funds for our New Studio Floor.

free solo

July 15, Friday 6pm


Free Solo   (12A)

Alex Honnold; 1hr 40m
This awe inspiring documentary recounts Alex Honnold’s attempt to achieve his lifelong ambition of completing the first free solo climb of El Capitan’s 3,000 foot vertical rock face in Yosemite National Park.

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prima facie

July 21, Thursday 7pm


Prima Facie   (15)


Starring Jodie Comer as a young, brilliant barrister who loves to win and comes face to face with unexpected forces when the patriarchal power of the law, burden of proof and morals diverge. Captured live from London's West End. Note that the theatre has included the following warning, "Includes sensitive subject matter including reference to sex, violence and rape".

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mrs miniver

July 22, Friday 6pm


Mrs Miniver (1942)   (U)

Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon; 2hrs 14m
Oscar-winning classic about the tensions faced by a family of hard working Brits in war torn England. Setting the scene for the 1940's entertainment on Saturday.

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Jayne Darling afternoon

July 23, Saturday 12 to 4pm


Jayne Darling & LADS   


An afternoon of free entertainment from the wonderful singer Jayne Darling and LADS performing their inimitable ‘Dad’s Army’ mini play. Bacon sarnies, cakes and drinks for sale from our Café/Bar during the day.

Jayne Darling

July 23, Saturday 7pm


Jayne Darling   

£12 (includes supper)

Come along and enjoy a two course supper and great entertainment with the superb Jayne Darling. Lots of opportunity to sing along.
1940's dress optional! Our fundraising prize Summer Draw will take place. Be sure to book early.

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road dance

July 29, Friday 6pm


The Road Dance   (15)

Hermione Corfield, Will Fletcher; 1hr 56m
A young woman living in a small island community dreams of the wider world and a life away from the harsh land and strict religion of her island home. But her life takes an unexpectedly dramatic and tragic turn.

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July 30, Saturday 1pm to 4pm



£25 (includes materials and tea/coffee)

Zentangle is a relaxing easy method of drawing. A sense of mindfulness and stress release is created by the drawing of beautiful repetitive shapes (tangles) using dots, curves and straight lines.

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  ▼▼▼ AUGUST ▼▼▼

lucy adlington - auschwitz

Aug 6, Saturday 2pm


Lucy Adlington - The Dressmakers of Auschwitz   

£12 (includes tea/coffee & homemade biscuits)

At the height of the Holocaust, 25 young Jewish inmates of Auschwitz-Birkenau were selected to create beautiful fashions for elite Nazi women. Join historian Lucy and find out more about their lives and fates as she discusses her bestselling new book.

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  ▼▼▼ SEPTEMBER ▼▼▼

Much Ado

Sept 8, Thursday 7pm


Much Ado About Nothing   (TBC)


Katherine Parkinson (The IT Crowd) and John Heffernan (Dracula) lead the cast in Shakespeare’s romcom of sun, sea and mistaken identity. This irresistible comedy will be broadcast live from the National Theatre stage.

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  ▼▼▼ OCTOBER ▼▼▼

Jack Absolute

Oct 6, Thursday 7pm


Jack Absolute Flies Again   (TBC)


A rollicking new comedy by Richard Bean (One Man, Two Guvnors) and Oliver Chris (Twelfth Night). This spectacularly entertaining new version of Sheridan’s The Rivals will be captured live at the National Theatre.

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