Whitchurch Films, the top quality cinema facility in Whitchurch, now has a new outlet for its ticket sales.
Visitors to the town’s Library can now purchase their tickets for the upcoming screenings.
Making bookings at the Library will make it easier to reserve those seats and Whitchurch Films are much appreciative of this new facility.
State of the art projection…
The popular film evenings, held in the Gill Nethercott Centre, use a state of the art projection system with full-surround sound. Regular films are shown, from special family matinée films during the school holidays to more general releases in the evenings.
Amongst recent top films to be shown have been True Grit, Rango and Brighton Rock, while there are two excellent films being shown very soon (see below).
Whitchurch Films is a true community cinema group where films are selected by local people. Please contact Sarah at the Gill Nethercott Centre for how you can help and how you can become involved in choosing the next blockbuster! Call 01256 896270.
FILMS BOOKING NOW:
Sunday October 16th, 8.00pm
Water for Elephants (12A)
On Sunday 16th October; an evening showing of Water for Elephants reaches the GNC cinema. In this romance veterinary school student Jacob falls in love with Marlena, a circus performer. They discover beauty in the world of the Big Top and come together through their compassion for a special elephant.
‘Against all odds they find lifelong love.’
Sunday October 23rd, 2.00pm
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole (PG)
The following film is on October 23rd, and is a Sunday afternoon showing of Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole. Aimed at older children and adults this stunning PG film has beautiful animation and features the voices of Helen Mirren and Geoffrey Rush.
‘When a young owl is abducted by an evil Owl army, he must escape with newfound friends to seek out the legendary Guardians to stop the menace.’
IN THE PIPELINE
Two further top films have been booked for showing, and dates will be announced when confirmed.
These are Larry Crowne, and Bridesmaids, both having been critically acclaimed.
Deatils are also on the.WHITCHURCH CINEMA WEBSITE