Don’t forget that our final film of 2018/19 is on Saturday June 22nd

Stan And Ollie (PG)

Saturday June 22nd at 8.00 pm.
Doors open at 7:30 pm.

Laurel & Hardy, one of the world’s great comedy teams, set out on a variety hall tour of Britain in 1953. Diminished by age and with their golden era as the kings of Hollywood comedy now behind them, they face an uncertain future. As the charm and beauty of their performances shines through, they re-connect with their adoring fans. The tour becomes a hit, but Stan & Ollie can’t quite shake the specter of Laurel and Hardy’s past; the long-buried ghosts, coupled with Oliver’s failing health, start to threaten their precious partnership. A portrait of the most tender and poignant of creative marriages, they are aware that they may be approaching their swan song, trying to rediscover just how much they mean to each other.

Free tea, coffee, hot chocolate and biscuits.
Cafe layout. BYOB.

Well that’s another fine film to end the 2018/19 season with . . .

Stan And Ollie (PG)

Saturday June 22nd at 8.00 pm.
Doors open at 7:30 pm.

Laurel & Hardy, one of the world’s great comedy teams, set out on a variety hall tour of Britain in 1953. Diminished by age and with their golden era as the kings of Hollywood comedy now behind them, they face an uncertain future. As the charm and beauty of their performances shines through, they re-connect with their adoring fans. The tour becomes a hit, but Stan & Ollie can’t quite shake the specter of Laurel and Hardy’s past; the long-buried ghosts, coupled with Oliver’s failing health, start to threaten their precious partnership. A portrait of the most tender and poignant of creative marriages, they are aware that they may be approaching their swan song, trying to rediscover just how much they mean to each other.

Free tea, coffee, hot chocolate and biscuits.
Cafe layout. BYOB.

An announcement regarding children’s afternoon films

The Little Big Screen Organising Group have sadly taken the decision to no longer screen afternoon children’s films. The audience numbers have been steadily declining over the past two years to the point where it is no longer viable to run them.

Note that, where possible, we will still support charities and other children’s organisations that wish to screen an afternoon film in the Village Hall as part of a fundraising event.