Film Friday in Lowdham
Exciting news from Lowdham Festivals is that film is back in Lowdham!
In partnership with Lowdham Village Hall Film Friday is a monthly community film show in Lowdham Village Hall.
Most films have a bookstall plus refreshments, including ice cream, popcorn, home made cakes, hot and cold drinks, and a licensed bar at the evening screenings.
An annual weekend Fim Festival also takes place each spring.
Tickets available from The Bookcase on the Box Office line: 0115 966 3219
Tickets £6 full & £5 concessions and children from The Bookcase: Box Office 0115 966 3219.
There is a licensed bar plus ice cream, popcorn, hot drinks and a delicious selection of home made cakes.
Friday 30 March at 7.30pm – Cabaret and film night with Matt Siveter
Topsy-Turvy (12, 2hrs 34 mins)
Matt is a North Notts born baritone. Having started theatre at the age of eight as a street kid in Oliver! He has quickly risen to playing lead roles in both musical theatre and opera - particularly focusing on the works of Gilbert and Sullivan in which he excels. Matt will entertain us with a short Gilbert and Sullivan performance before the screening of Topsy-Turvy (12, 2hrs 34 mins)
Set in the 1880s, the story of how, during a creative dry spell, the partnership of the legendary musical/theatrical writers Gilbert and Sullivan almost dissolves, before they turn it all around and write the Mikado. Written and directed by Mike Leigh and starring Jim Broadbent and Alan Corduner.
The Little Stranger
Friday 25 January, 7:30pm.
Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Will Poulter, Charlotte Rampling and Ruth Wilson.
Based on the bestselling novel by Sarah Waters, the story is set in a dusty post-war summer in rural Warwickshire, when a doctor is called to a patient at lonely Hundreds Hall.
Home to the Ayres family for over two centuries, the Georgian house, once grand and handsome, is now in decline, it's masonry crumbling, it's gardens choked with weeds.
But are the Ayres's haunted by something more sinister than a dying way of life?
The Projection House
Oxton Village Hall Committee run a very successful rural cinema scheme called The Projection House.
They hold regular community film nights at the village hall and more details about up and coming shows can be found at myoxton.org.
Film Events in Maplebeck
Regular film events are held in Maplebeck Village Hall, including special afternoon shows for children.
Elston Film Club
During the autumn and winter months Elston Film Club screen a monthly community film night in Elston Village Hall.
Contact Kit Sullivan for more information via email email@example.com