Picture Palace

A season of films to be shown in the Village Hall on the last Sunday of each month from Sept until May

Entrance to all films is now £2.50 per Ticket 

We are a “not-for-profit” group. The cost of each film screening is approximately £170.00, so we require a minimum attendance of 60 or so. Our Village Hall cafe helps subsidise our events.

Refreshments are available including a cash bar and ice creams.  We often provide a supper in the hall, prior to the showing, cooked and supplied by 'The Kings Arms'.
Please note our cancellation conditions, we require at least 48 hours notice if you are unable to attend and need to cancel your booking for supper, otherwise we will need to charge you for any food you have ordered.

Tickets £2.50
cash payment only, on entry, on the day please
BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN
to pre-book either email keith.brignell@sky.com
or call 01305 871925
Please give us at least 48 hours notice if you wish to cancel your meal otherwise the cost of food will still apply, unless in exceptional circumstances.







“Fishermans Friends”(12)

Sunday 29th September 2019


Doors open at 18.30 for lights down at 19.30




British comedy drama based on a true story.
While on a stag weekend in Cornwall, London music executive Danny (Daniel Mays) is tasked with signing a group of local fishermen who perform together as part-time sea shanty singers. Despite the uphill challenge of convincing all of the ten men, who want no part of fame or fortune, to sign with him, Danny embeds himself in the community and succeeds, only to find out from his boss that the idea to sign them was just a big joke. Unwilling to go back on his word, Danny attempts to convince another label to offer them a real contract. The cast also includes James Purefoy, Tuppence Middleton and David Hayman.

A cash bar is available along with Refreshments and Ice Creams.
Supper will be Fish Pie or vegetarian alternative @ £8.50  
served from 18.30

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“Green Book”(12)

Sunday 27th October 2019


Doors open at 18.30 for lights down at 19.30





An American biopic.
In 1962, Tony "Tony Lip" Vallelonga, a tough bouncer, is looking for work when his nightclub is closed for renovations. The most promising offer turns out to be the driver for the African-American classical pianist Don Shirley for a concert tour into the Deep South states. Although hardly enthused at working for a black man, Tony accepts the job and they begin their trek armed with The Negro Motorist Green Book, a travel guide for safe travel through America's racial segregation. Together, the snobbishly erudite pianist and the crudely practical bouncer can barely get along with their clashing attitudes to life and ideals. However, as the disparate pair witness and endure America's appalling injustices on the road, they find a newfound respect for each other's talents and start to face them together. In doing so, they would nurture a friendship and understanding that would change both their lives

A cash bar is available along with Refreshments and Ice Creams.
Supper will be ………………….. @ £8.50  
served from 18.30

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“Bohemian Rhapsody”(12)

Sunday 24th November 2019


Doors open at 18.30 for lights down at 19.30



Biographical drama following the life of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury (Rami Malek). 

When relatively unknown English band Smile discover young singer Freddie Mercury just at the time their frontman walks out, everyone's hopes lift as they finally find the sound they had been missing. Changing their name to Queen, the band becomes determined to get their music on the radio but find the task increasingly difficult. When they realise their ambitions of becoming a successful band, Freddie shocks everyone by expressing an interest in a solo career. As they are invited to perform at the charity Live Aid concert, will Freddie return to his roots and the band that made him famous or will his AIDS diagnosis stop him from performing? The cast also includes Ben Hardy as Roger Taylor, Gwilym Lee as Brian May and Tom Hollander as Queen manager Jim Beach.

A cash bar is available along with Refreshments and Ice Creams.
Supper will be ……………….. @ £8.50  

served from 18.30
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“TBA”(12)

Sunday 29th December 2019


Doors open at 18.30 for lights down at 19.30







A cash bar is available along with Refreshments and Ice Creams.
Supper will be ……………….. @ £8.50  
served from 18.30


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“Lion”(12)

Sunday 26th January 2020


Doors open at 18.30 for lights down at 19.30



Garth Davis directs this drama based on a true story.
The film follows the remarkable journey of Indian orphan Saroo Brierley (Sunny Pawar/Dev Patel) who, after becoming lost on the streets of Calcutta at five-years-old, is adopted by Australian couple John and Sue Brierley (David Wenham and Nicole Kidman). 25 years later in Australia, Saroo, with the help of his girlfriend Lucy (Rooney Mara), turns to the Internet and Google Earth to finally find and reconnect with his mother, Kamla Mushi (Priyanka Bose), and the rest of his true family. The film was nominated for four Golden Globe Awards including Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Performance By an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture (Patel), and Best Original Score - Motion Picture (Dustin O'Halloran/Volker Bertelmann) and six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor (Patel) and Best Supporting Actress (Kidman). The film was also nominated for five BAFTAs, winning for Best Supporting Actor (Patel) and Best Adapted Screenplay (Davies).
The film won a BAFTA for Best Animated Film and was nominated for Best Original Song at the Oscars.

A cash bar is available along with Refreshments and Ice Creams.
Supper will be ……………….. @ £8.50  
served from 18.30
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