We have launched our new season of films at Aylsham Picture House. You can see the full listings online but here’s a quick reminder of our screenings for February.
We are showing two films in February. The first to be screened on Friday 26 February at 7.30pm is the hit movie “WHAT WE DID ON OUR HOLIDAYS” while the second is screened the following day at 3pm on Saturday 27 February and is the hit animated film “UP” from Pixar Disney.
ALL TICKETS ON SALE AT BARNWELLS NEWSAGENTS, MARKET PLACE, AYLSHAM
HALF PRICE FOR CHILDREN
Tickets for UP are offered at a special price for Children at £2.50. Adults will pay £5 per ticket
Please note that we classify children as being under 12 years.
The doors to Aylsham Town Hall will open at 6pm on the Friday for the Bar and other entertainments, whilst the matinee on Saturday will see the doors open at 2.30pm. Child friendly refreshments will be available.
WHAT WE DID ON OUR HOLIDAYS
Starring Billy Connelly, David Tennant, Rosamund Pike and Ben Miller
From the creators of “Outnumbered”, this comedy, as you might expect, is centred around children and their interaction and manipulation of adults.
On a family holiday, warring parents Doug and Abbie, (Tennant and Pike), take their 3 slightly unusual children to stay with relatives, including their grandfather (Connolly) and pompous uncle (Miller). The middle child shares a fascination in the Vikings with Grandpa, which, on an outing to the beach, leads to unexpected and far reaching consequences.
Directed by Richard Curtis, 109 minutes.
Voices include Edward Asher, Christopher Plummer and Jordan Nagai.
This comedy adventure is about retired salesman Carl Frederickson finally fulfilling a lifelong dream of adventure and exploration. In a series of flashbacks, we learn of his childhood friendship with a tomboyish young girl, with whom he shares a love of exploration and derring-do in South America, and their admiration of adventurer Charles Muntz, who disappears on one of his journeys.
Carl marries his girl, and after her death, in old age, he sets off on his Great Adventure, by tying hundreds of balloons to his house; however, on take off, he discovers he has a stowaway, an 8 year old cub scout called Russell, on a mission to collect his “Assisting the Elderly” badge. The unlikely couple land in South America, and experience a series of almost surreal scrapes, including talking dogs and birds, and the long lost explorer, Muntz.