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Category Archives: Film Club
At the Bonington in Arnold next week are the following two films worthy of making the journey.
Lady Macbeth – A tale of passion, lust and murder set in rural northern England in 1865, Lady Macbeth shows the grim consequences of a young woman trapped in a loveless marriage when she starts an affair with a stable-hand.
Showing Monday 24th at 7.30 and Weds 26th at 2.30 and 7.30
A Man Called Ove – 59 year old Ove is a grumpy old man living alone. But when a family of immigrants move into the house opposite Ove turns a corner back to hope.
This is a comedy drama about unexpected friendship, love, and finding the glass half full. This life-enhancing film is a proper tonic. It has subtitles.
Showing Thursday 27th at 2.30 and 7.30
We have some wonderful films coming up at The West Hucknall Community Cinema. Remember its completely free and everyone is welcome.
24 Nov 1pm The Book Thief
3 Dec 6pm The Man from Uncle – Special screening and party night – bring and share food and drink with a 60’s theme and come in fancy dress to ensure a great time
10 Dec 2pm Finding Dory – Special Christmas screening with free party food during the interval and a ‘Dory’ themed Tombola
15 Dec 1pm Miracle on 34th Street – One of the loveliest Christmas movies
1st Jan 3pm The Martian – a great way to relax after New Years Eve and be inspired for the new year.
14 Jan 2pm The Jungle Book (2016) – this new adaptation is perhaps even better than the original
26 Jan 1pm Florence Foster Jenkins
Rev Jo Stephens
St Peter and St Paul’s Church
63 Ruffs Drive
Nottingham NG15 6JG
Tel: 0115 963 3640
At the Broadway Broad St, Silver Screen. Thursdays at 10.15 and 13.30 £4.80 with free refreshments
Thursday 28th July the film is “Race” – this is the life story of Jesse Owens
Thursday 4th August the film is “The BFG”
At the Bonington Cinema, High Street, Arnold, Asda Car Park. Films start at 7.30. There is a bar for early arrivals.
Friday 5th August the film is “Elvis and Nixon” starring Kevin Spacey at 7.30 also on Saturday 6th Aug at 7.30
Sunday 7th Aug the film is “Race” – the life story of Jesse Owens. at 7.30 also on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 11th
Friday 12th Aug the film is “Jason Bourne”
Friday 19th Aug the film is “The BFG”
Friday 26th Aug the film is “Absolutely Fabulous”
Sunday 28th Aug tghe film is “Ghostbusters”
Summer Hols Grand-children’s afternoon screenings at 2.30 p.m.
Saturday 6th Aug and Sunday 7th Aug the film is “Angry Birds” at 2.30 p.m.
Tuesday 9th Aug the film is “Alice through the Looking Glass” at 2.30.p.m.
Friday 12th Aug the film is “The Secret Life of Pets” at 2.30.p.m.
Further information from Alan Snape on the form below
To all of you who have read the calendar e mailed yesterday please note that the play at The Bonington “ The Hound of the Baskervilles” has been cancelled.
The films “ Florence Foster Jenkins” and ‘Bridge of Spies’ are being shown instead.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding being shown on Thursday 12th May at The Bonington, High Street. Arnold – free parking on Asda car park after 6.p.m. £4.50 film starts 7.30. U3A members meet in the bar at 7.15.
The long awaited sequel to the 2002 hit and highest-grossing romantic comedy of all time. Booking Office 0115 9013640 or email@example.com
Other films at The Bonington will be listed on the U3A website weekly also regular information by e mail subscription list – for this contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Thursday Silver Screen on show at The Broadway. Broad Street, Nottingham £4.80 including free tea/coffee and biscuits. Also at The Cineworld. The Lenton Multiflex, The Savoy Derby Road and the Odeon Mansfield.
The following films on Thursdays 12th May – “Son of Saul” – Hungarian Film with English subtitles about the gas chambers at the end of WW11 and the horrors of the holocaust
Thursday 19th May “Florence Foster Jenkins” starring Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant – A comedy Drama – 10.30 and 13.30
Thursday 26th May “Mustang” Turkish film with English sub titles. a playful look at five young womens rebellion against their strict upbringing soon becomes something far more stirring and emotional – 10.30 and 13.30
Always be early to arrive at The Broadway to guarantee getting a seat. Free refreshments can be taken either before the 10.30 showing or in between the two screenings.
Further information on films contact Alan Snape on 07940146542 or on the form below.
Broadway booking office 0115 9526 611 or email@example.com