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Recent Twitter and FB messages have implied that there is a complete ban on popcorn at the cinema. There is no such ban of any kind. We sell one of the best tasting (and cheapest) popcorns around. We simply ask, if people insist on bringing their own snacks, that they respect the fact that we do not like toffee popcorn brought in as it melts down and creates a very sticky residue on carpets and upholstery and also blocks hoover pipes.

We would be very grateful if people would respect our request.

Could we please add that our lovely little shop stocks sweets and drinks that are very reasonably priced and that we do a sweet popcorn that is one of the tastiest around!

Thank you – Tracy (Manager).

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A SPECIAL ONE OFF SCREENING OF ‘JACK TO A KING’ WILL BE SHOWING ON

SATURDAY 15TH NOVEMBER AT 7.00PM (Doors open 6.30pm). TICKETS: £5.00

This remarkable documentary-film recounts the tale of a rag-tag band of builders, housewives, teachers and travel agents who came together to save their beloved football team. Through archival footage and intimate interviews, this is Swansea City FC’s incredible journey from the sale of the club for just £1 to the £90 million promotion to the Premier League.  This is a film about belief,  obsession, loyalty; about people power, about love and about how some people like to put vodka on their Weetabix.

 

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Cinema:  Friday 24th, Monday 27th  & Tuesday 28th October

Following the events of a traumatic incident, Christine (played by Nicole Kidman), a writer in her forties, wakes up every day finding that she is unable to remember anything from her past.  Incapable of creating and maintaining new memories beyond a day at a time, Christine finds herself almost trapped inside her own life, unable to remember the past or go forward into her future.

Doors open 6.30 pm          Film starts 7 pm

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Cinema:  Friday 31st October, Monday 3rd  & Tuesday 4th November

It’s the summer of 1984, Margaret Thatcher is in power and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) is on strike. At the Gay Pride March in London, a group of gay and lesbian activists decide to raise money to support the families of the striking miners. But there is a problem. The Union seems embarrassed to receive their support.

Doors open 6.30 pm          Film starts 7 pm

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