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Cinema evenings

Brundish Village Hall  provides a warm, comfortable, cinema-style experience in the heart of rural Suffolk.

Following the Summer break, we start again in October 2019:

Details of the films for the Winter season will be made available when the schedule is known

 

 

 

 

It really helps if you reserve your seat with Priscilla Williamson by email or phone:  priscillaawilliamson@gmail.com  or  01379-388034.

All films start at 7.30 pm in Brundish Village Hall with doors opening at 7 pm.

Ticket prices £5 adults ad £4.50 for under 18s.  Wine and juice on sale.

Don't forget that it you miss the film, you can hire the DVD to watch at home .

All our past film showings are listed below.  Some DVDs are available for sale.  More recent and popular films can be hired for a donation of £3.  Please contact Priscilla Williamson.

 

Our past  film showings have included Shrek 2, Aviator, Sea Biscuit, Ladies In Lavender, My House in Umbria, The Constant Gardener, Proof, The Queen, Little Miss Sunshine, Miss Potter, The History Boys, The Holiday, Atonement, The Kite Runner, Breaking and Entering, The Duchess, Easy Virtue, The Reader, A Bunch of Amateurs, The Boat That Rocked, State of Play, Julie & Julia, An Education, The Ghost Writer, Letters to Juliet, The Kids Are Alright, The King's Speech, Made in Dagenham, Tamara Drewe, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy,  One Day,  My Week with Marilyn,  Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, We Bought a Zoo, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,  Pirates! - An Adventure With Scientists,  Shadow Dancer, Anna Karenina,  Hope Springs,  Skyfall,  Arbitrage, Flight, The Great Gatsby,  About Time, Le Weekend,  Gravity and Philomena, The Book Thief,  The Two Faces of January,  Belle, A Most Wanted Man, What We Did On Our Holiday, Mr Turner,  The Imitation Game,  Woman in Gold,  Still Alice,  The Second Best Marigold Hotel, Everest, Suffragette, The Lady in the Van, Bridge of Spies, Love & Friendship, Our Kind of Traitor, Golden Years, Anthropoid, Bridget Jones's Baby, A United Kingdom, Sully, Viceroy's House, Alone in Berlin, Their Finest, My Cousin Rachael, Goodbye Christopher Robin, The Death of Stalin, Paddington2, 7 Days in Entebbe, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Pie Society and The Bookshop.