Our films are on the second Saturday of each month. Doors open 6:45, the film starts 7:30, and there is a short interval half way through (we sometimes ask the audience before the start if they want this interval - the answer has always been yes). Refreshments are available.
Death on the Nile starring Kenneth Branagh as Hercule Poirot will be shown on Saturday 14th May at 7:30, with Joe Wright's romantic musical Cyrano (with the terrific Peter Dinklage) showing on 11th June, followed by The Duke, a heart-warming tale of a good man who is determined to change the world & save his marriage, on 9th July and West Side Story, a lovely remake by Stephen Spielberg of this musical classic with classic songs and stunning visuals, on 13th August. That's as far forward as our programme goes at the moment.
£5 entry for all. No need to book, nor any means to do so - we have never had to turn anyone away as we have 80 seats.
Please email the Hall Bookings Secretary, Laura Mott, on email@example.com. The bookings phone has been overwhelmed with calls about vaccines (even though it is the wrong number for vaccine enquiries, see text at top right); email is the safest way to contact us, and will be responded to within 48 hours.
There will be a Beare Green beacon as part of a chain of national beacons, to celebrate the queen's jubilee. It will be lit at 9:45pm sharp on the large playing field by the roundabout on the A24 facing the entrance to the Weald School - old Beare Green, on Thursday 2nd June. We have been assigned this time by the Queen's Pageant Master.
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