The early season’s films to be run at the Whitchurch Cinema in the Gill Nethercott Centre have now been announced following feedback from the audiences.

Film Thursday returns
Over the last year, films have been shown over a variety of nights at which film goers have been asked which night they prefer. Analysis has shown that a regular monthly day, that everyone can put in their diary and rely on, is the preference of most … so Film Thursday is back.

This does not mean one film a month as others may be added between – such as for holiday times, and special events.

Four films have presently been arranged, again selected from popular demand.
The first is One Day, a film based on the No.1 best seller and starring Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess. There is a Free Drinks Voucher too which can be downloaded from the film’s Diary entry

Full details of all will be placed in the Events diary when confirmed.

The Early Season Programme:

  • Thursday 26th January, 8.00pm
    ONE DAY (12a)
    Full details see: ONE DAY
  • Friday February 17th, 2.00pm – Family Matinee
    MR POPPER’S PENGUINS (PG)
  • Thursday February 23rd, 8.00pm
    TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY (15)
  • Thursday March 22nd, 8.00pm
    MY WEEK WITH MARILYN (15)

Tickets:
Tickets for the adult films are £5 in advance or £5.50 on the door.
Family Films are £12 for a Family Ticket and £4 for all others.

Tickets are available from both the Gill Nethercott Centre and the Library

Keep an eye on the Whitchurch Community Cinema website for other films.

WHITCHURCH CINEMA

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Comments (4)

  • Andrew Smith

    Why not show some classic films? Cinematic masterpieces such as Gandhi, Lawrence of Arabia, The Searchers, Citizen Kane, Casablanca, Cry Freedom, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Andrei Rublev, North by Northwest, Apocalypse Now, just to mention the first 10 that came to mind…

  • Keith Watts

    I see from the Parish Hall website that Moviola will be showing THE DEBT (15) on Wednesday 1st February at 7.30pm.

    Wouldn’t it be nice if the film programmes of both venues were shown on this Official Town Website? I shall suggest it to the Parish Hall Committee.

    (web team editors’ note: for avoidance of doubt, the Parish Hall trustees were offered, most recently at their AGM, the facility to add their own content to this website)

  • Andrew Smith

    …Oh, and I should of course have included Schindler’s List and The Shawshank Redemption to make a nice round 12! Comments, anyone?

  • Keith Watts

    I suggested to the secretary of the Parish Hall Committee that they should supply the programme for future films to be shown there for combination with the above list on this, the Official Town Website. He declined.

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