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Category Archives: The Arts
Friday 17th and Saturday 18th November
Having enjoyed Victoria and Abdul recently I am now looking forward to watching Viceroy’s House with Hugh Bonneville playing Lord Mountbatten who has the task of exploring the ambitions of both the rulers and the ruled in this historical drama set in 1947 India. Gillian Anderson also stars.
Showing at 7.30 at the BONINGTON THEATRE in Arnold. Pensioners concessionary price of £4.50.
Tel booking number on Arts Calendar but not usually necessary as BONINGTON has 190 seats.
Alan Snape 07940146542
Information on current activity
Arnold Bonington Theatre – This Thur/Fri/Sat 19/20/21st- Bonington Players performing ” Move over Mrs Markham” at 7.30 each evening tickets £8 booking number 9013640
We are going Friday. A few tickets left.
Thursday 26th Oct – Silver Screen at The Broadway (Nottm) and Odeon (Mansfield) showing ” Death of Stalin” (sort of Farce I gather.) showing at 10.30 and 13.30 £5 with free refreshments
Thursday 2nd November – Silver Screen at The Broadway (Nottm) and Odeon (Mansfield) showing ” Call me by Your Name” showing at 10.15 and 13.30 £5 with Free refreshments
Thursday 9thNovember – Silver Screen at the Broadway (Nottm) and Odeon (Mansfield) showing “BREATHE” with Claire Foy and Andrew Garfield showing at 10.30 and 13.30 £5 with free refreshments.
Don’t forget for the Broadway to be there very early to guarantee getting a seat.
A special screening for all over 60
28 Sept Special screening Afternoon Tea 1pm for all over 60 ‘Jackie’ played by Natalie Portman nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress 2016
This is a free event supported by the ‘On Fire Fund’ of the Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service for the benefit of all older people.
2 Oct The Happiness Lab 7pm-8.30pm
2nd October – 6th November Are you happy enough? This is a relaxed course exploring happiness and how to get more of it in your life. This is not a church related course but one we are hosting for the benefit of the whole community.
Contact Jo to sign up or for more info 0115 963 3640
Follow this link to find out more.
7 Oct Brass Band Concert 7.30pm – Tickets only £5 available on the door or from St Peter and St Paul’s Church.
Rev Jo Stephens
St Peter and St Paul’s Church
63 Ruffs Drive
Nottingham NG15 6JG
Tel: 0115 963 3640
Here is a list of Silver Screen Films for the next 5 weeks mainly showing twice each Thursday at 10.30 and 13.30 The Broadway is £5.
All these films are on at the same times at The Broadway Nottm, Savoy Derby Road and Odeon Mansfield. Tea and Coffee plus biscuits are normally available and it is advisable to arrive early unless you want a seat on the front row. Collect your drink and take it into the film in good time for the start at 10.30 or 13.30
The Broadway booking office is 0115 9526611 should you wish to purchase your ticket in advance although this does not guarantee your seat for the performance you wish to attend.
Thursday 28th Sept ( This week) 10.30 and 13.30 start
“Hotel Salvation” – Warning – This film has sub titles
Thursday 5th Oct 10.30 and 13.30
“Goodbye Christopher Robin” – Film about the relationship of A A Milne with his son Christopher Robin.
Thursday 12th Oct 10.30 and 14.15
“The Blade Runner” – Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford . Warning – This film is very long 163 mins.
Thursday 19th Oct 10.30 and 13.30
“The Party” – Timothy Spall and Kristin Scott-Thomas. Political comedy
Thursday 26th Oct 10.30 and 13.30
“The Death of Stalin” – Steve Buscemi and Jeffrey Tomber
Hope that those of you who choose to attend fully enjoy at least one of these 5 films. Al films are on for 2-3 weeks at higher prices.
Happy film going
Silver Surfers at The Broadway, Odeon Mansfield, Savoy Derby Road and Nottm Cineworld
Same details apply although prices differ. The Broadway is now £5 incl free refreshment.
Thursday 10th August – Film is MAUDIE – with Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke at 10.30 and 13.30
Thursday 17th August – Film is HOWARDS END (1992) with Emma Thompson and Anthony Hopkins showing at 10.15 and 13.30
Thursday 24th August – Film is THE ODYSSEY with Pierre Niney and Lambert Wilson showing at 10.30 and 13.30
Thursday 31st August – Film is FINAL PORTRAIT with Geoffrey Rush and Armie Hammer showing at 10.30 and 13.30
Please remember that the Broadway is very popular and it is necessary to be there early for the 10.30 screening. Get your free coffee/tea and biscuits then take them to your seats to avoid being on the front row.
The Bonington at Arnold (Asda free car parking for evening performances) Concession admission prices £4.50
Tuesday 8th, Wednesday 9th, Thursday 10th – Film is HAMPSTEAD with Dianne Keeton and Brendan Gleeson
Friday 11th 2.30 and 7.30, Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th at 7.30 – Film is ALONE IN BERLIN with Emma Thompson and Brendan Gleeson
Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th both 7.30 – Film is WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES
Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th both 7.30 – Film is THE HANDMAIDEN
Thursday 24th at 2.30 and 7.30 Film is KING ARTHUR:LEGEND OF THE SWORD
Friday 25th, Sat 26th, Sun 27th, Wed 30th all at 7.30 with 2.30 also on 25th and 3oth
Film is DUNKIRK