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A CHANGE TO “FRIDAY NIGHT IS FAMILY NIGHT”.  As many of you are aware,   a couple of years ago we changed Friday nights to “Family night” (and anyone aged 18 or over) to guarantee that no unaccompanied children cause a disruption to anyone watching the movie. Unfortunately, it appears the novelty has worn off in that audience numbers have dropped dramatically. Therefore, we have decided that our best option is to allow anyone and everyone to come back to us on a Friday night – including unaccompanied children. We adhere to the strict film certification of each film, so children will be asked to prove their age on certain certifications.  For example, if a film is certified a ’15′ – any child under that age will not be allowed in. Also, having a “zero tolerance” policy in place, we have volunteers who are happy to marshal any situation that could potentially cause disruption to others and we will do everything in our power to make visits to the hall as pleasurable as possible. We do hope this does not inconvenience anyone but we do have to have the Hall’s interest at heart. Thank you.

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Cinema:  Friday 25th, Monday 28th & Tuesday 29th July

A company tries to shut down Mrs Brown’s fruit and veg stall. They can feck off.

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Doors open 6.30 pm          Film starts 7 pm

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Cinema:  Friday 1st, Monday 4th & Tuesday 5th August

Based on the bestselling novel by John Green, this is the  heart-warming love story of two teenagers who meet at a cancer support group.  Hazel and Gus share a similar sense of humour and a mutual boredom for everything ordinary, conventional and predictable  unforgettable journey together.

Doors open 6.30 pm          Film starts 7 pm

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