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The Flying Seagull Project spreads joy through the use of music, art, circus and dance. Our skilled team of  actors, artists and musicians  visits disadvantaged and vulnerable children, organising workshops and shows designed to help childhood development, improve emotional well-being and give support through laughter.

The Flying Seagulls are heading to Greece to bring happiness, if only for a fleeting moment, to thousands of child refugees. These kids have endured terrible hardship. What they need is some playtime, a chance to relax, laugh, sing and dance. The more we raise, the longer we can stay, so, please, give what you can. Remember, happiness matters.

The link is here for donations, however small: https://mydonate.bt.com/events/happinessmatters2016/348036

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Cinema: Friday 2nd, Monday 5th & Tuesday 6th December

Susan is an art gallery owner who left her husband 20 years ago. Still haunted by her memories, she receives a package from him – his new novel, ‘Nocturnal Animals’.
It’s a violent, sad story of a father’s family holiday turning deadly and terrible. As she gets further and further through the book, she begins to reminisce about her marriage and some dark truths begin to develop.

Doors open 6.30 pm          Film starts 7pm

 

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Cinema: Friday 9th (7.00pm), Saturday 10th (Matinee) & Sunday 11th (Matinee) December

No cinema on Monday & Tuesday evening due to a local school holding its school Christmas concert.

Starring the actual street cat named Bob, this film tells the story of James, a homeless and recovering drug addict ~ desperate to turn his life around. But he’s also alone and friendless – at least until he meets ‘A Street Cat Named Bob’.
A heart-warming true story based on the book by James Bowen, owner of the real-life Bob.

There will be matinees showing on Saturday & Sunday—Doors open 1.00pm/Film starts 1.30pm

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