ALL TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED FROM BARNWELLS NEWSAGENTS, MARKET PLACE, AYLSHAM. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR BUT SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY.

Doors open 6.30pm to enable patrons to meet with friends and other film lovers. Enjoy a drink at the bar, serving sparkling, red and white wines, beers, lagers as well as tea, coffee and soft drinks. We serve special cocktails during our themed film nights.


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Bring a cushion along for extra comfort.

ROCKETMAN (15)
FRI 27 MAR 2020

The epic musical story of Elton John from child piano prodigy, through the breakthrough years of the 1970’s to international superstardom. A no-holds-barred biopic of one of Britain’s most successful musicians.

Starring Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Richard Madden

Directed by: Dexter Fletcher 2019 UK, 121 minutes.

JELLYFISH (15)
FRI 24 APR 2020

In Margate, a troubled teenage girl with a great line in sarky put-downs is encouraged by her drama teacher to try to become a stand-up comedian. We are expecting one of the producers of the film to join us for a question and answer session. Cocktails.

Starring: Liv Hill, Sinead Matthews, Cyril Nri

Directed by: James Gardner 2018 UK, 100 minutes.

THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EPPING, MISSOURI (15)
FRI 22 MAY 2020

A feisty mid-west mother takes the law into her own hands after the police fail to detect the culprit who murdered her daughter, by advertising their shortcomings on three huge billboards. A bleakly comic study of small-town America.

Starring: Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell

Directed by: Martin McDonagh 2018 USA/UK, 115 minutes.

SHOPLIFTERS (15)
FRI 26 JUN 2020

An extended family of thieves and petty crooks live tenuously in a Tokyo suburb with a Fagin-like father, who one night rescues a small girl who is left freezing outside by her parents. Her arrival causes the family trouble and heartbreak.

Starring: Lily Franky and Sakura Ando

Directed by: Hirokazu Koreeda 2018 Japan, 121 minutes.

SUBTITLES

THE GO-BETWEEN (PG)
FRI 24 JUL 2020

A stylish Harold Pinter adaptation of L.P. Hartley’s novel, and shot in Norfolk, it is the story of a young boy hired as a messenger at a country house, between an engaged aristocratic and her tenant farmer lover. Told in flashback by the now elderly go-between.

Starring: Julie Christie, Alan Bates, Dominic Guard, Michael Redgrave

Directed by: Joseph Losey 1971 UK, 118 minutes.