Spring Season 2022

18th May - 2nd July 2022

JOIN US THIS SPRING SEASON FOR OUR 20TH BIRTHDAY. WE HAVE A GREAT SELECTION OF FILMS OLD AND NEW FOR YOU TO ENJOY. TO BOOK PLEASE EMAIL boxoffice@southwoldcinema.co.uk IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY A MEMBER, ONE OF YOUR PARTY WILL NEED TO BECOME A TEMPORARY MEMBER FOR THE SEASON WHICH COSTS £3. IF YOU ARE EXPECTING AN EMAIL REPLY FROM US PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM AND JUNK MAIL.

SPECIAL 20TH BIRTHDAY SCREENING: A PRIVATE FUNCTION

Wednesday, 18 May, 2022

Alan Bennett's very funny tale of chiropody and pig theft with excellent cast including Michael Palin, Maggie Smith, Liz Smith, Denholm Elliot, Richard Griffiths and Pete Postlethwaite. All tickets £10 including bubbly and cake. Not black tie as such but it is optional.

Running Time:
92 minutes
Year of Release:
1984
Rated:
15

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WEST SIDE STORY - SPIELBERG

Friday, 20 May, 2022

Despite what Billy Wilder said about remakes, this is a very worthy one and the music is timeless. The issues are still current too. With Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler plus Rita Moreno, who was in the first one, and directed by Steven Spielberg.

Running Time:
156 minutes
Year of Release:
2021
Rated:
12A

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THE DIG

Saturday, 21 May, 2022

Based on John Preston's novel about the 1938 Sutton Hoo discovery in Suffolk and the amazing archaeological discoveries found there. With Ralph Fiennes, Carey Mulligan and Lily James

Running Time:
112 minutes
Year of Release:
2021
Rated:
12A

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A CHORUS OF DISAPPROVAL

Friday, 27 May, 2022

Comedy, drama and romance in Alan Ayckbourn's play set in an east coast seaside town and featuring a new recruit to an am dram group's production of The Beggar's Opera. With Jeremy Irons, Anthony Hopkins, Richard Briers, Prunella Scales, Jenny Seagrove and Lionel Jeffries.

Running Time:
105 minutes
Year of Release:
1989
Rated:
PG

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BELFAST

Saturday, 28 May, 2022

Kenneth Branagh's story of a working class family in Belfast in the late 1960s. With Judi Dench, Ciaran Hinds, Catriona Balfe, Jamie Dornan and Jude Hill. bw

Running Time:
98 minutes
Year of Release:
2021
Rated:
PG

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THE QUEEN'S CORGI

Friday, 3 June, 2022

For the Queen's Jubilee Weekend, two suitable films we hope. This one is a well animated doggy tale featuring canine rivalry.

Running Time:
85 minutes
Year of Release:
2019
Rated:
PG

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A QUEEN IS CROWNED

Saturday, 4 June, 2022

Narrated by Laurence Olivier, the award winning, lavish and colourful documentary of the coronation. With music by Malcolm Sargent.

Running Time:
82 minutes
Year of Release:
1953
Rated:
U

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THE IPCRESS FILE

Friday, 10 June, 2022

Michael Caine, Nigel Green and Guy Doleman in the atmospheric Len Deighton spy thriller.

Running Time:
109 minutes
Year of Release:
1965
Rated:
A

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MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS

Saturday, 11 June, 2022

Laura Henderson buys an old London theatre and opens "The Windmill". With Judi Dench, Bob Hoskins and some tasteful nudity. True story.

Running Time:
103 minutes
Year of Release:
2006
Rated:
12A

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THE ELECTRICAL LIFE OF LOUIS WAIN

Friday, 17 June, 2022

Benedict Cumberbatch, Claire Foy and Toby Jones in the true and entertaining tale of Louis Wain who was keen on drawing cats.

Running Time:
111 minutes
Year of Release:
2021
Rated:
12A

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BREAD AND TULIPS (PANE E TULIPANI)

Saturday, 18 June, 2022

Italian comedy in which a housewife becomes detached from her difficult family on a holiday bus tour, and finds a new life in Venice. With Lucia Maglietta and Bruno Ganz. Italian with subtitles.

Running Time:
114 minutes
Year of Release:
2000
Rated:
12A

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GOSFORD PARK

Friday, 24 June, 2022

Stellar cast including Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon and Kristin Scott Thomas featuring the rich and famous relaxing at a country retreat - until a murder occurs.

Running Time:
137 minutes
Year of Release:
2001
Rated:
15

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DEATH AT A FUNERAL

Saturday, 25 June, 2022

Matthew Macfadyen, Ewan Bremner, Kris Marshall, Keeley Hawes, Daisy Donovan, Peter Dinklage, Jane Asher, Peter Egan. A funeral at a country house does not go exactly to plan. Very funny black comedy. No apologies for showing it again.

Running Time:
90 minutes
Year of Release:
2007
Rated:
15

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ANNA KARENINA

Friday, 1 July, 2022

Keira Knightley, Jude Law and Matthew Macfadyen in evocative and atmospheric version of 19th century Tolstoy story of an aristocratic love affair. Screenplay by Tom Stoppard.

Running Time:
129 minutes
Year of Release:
2012
Rated:
12A

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THE HISTORY BOYS

Saturday, 2 July, 2022

Alan Bennett's entertaining story of of a group of talented schoolboys being prepared for Oxbridge by a talented schoolmaster. With Richard Griffiths, Frances de La Tour and James Corden. Directed by Nicholas Hytner.

Running Time:
119 minutes
Year of Release:
2006
Rated:
15

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2021 Season Dates

WINTER

N/A

SPRING

N/A

SUMMER

N/A

AUTUMN

15th October - 30th December

Seasons

The Society runs three ten week seasons a year, Autumn, Winter and Spring, with films on Friday and Saturday nights. Also a five week summer season showing films on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Friday and Saturdays. There is a break of about three weeks between seasons with entertaining tours of the building being organised during those periods. Occasionally we have a one day Film Festival, recent examples being “Ealing”, “Hitchcock”, and “Westfest”. In the summer we usually have a silent film accompanied by Tom Horton at the organ.

Ticket Prices

Stalls - Front Row = £6.00

Stalls - B-H = £7.00

Circle = £8.00

Royal Box = £15.00

Membership is required to book tickets.

Become a member

We run as a club, but there is no waiting list and anyone over 16 can join. Under 16s can attend as guests. The annual subscription is £10 but you can join for a season for £3.

Take the tour

Entertaining tours of the building are organised in our out of season periods . Click here to find out when the next one is.