A fantastic mix of films for all ages. Some modern, some classic and some local gems. Please note: No bookings will be taken by phone until Tuesday 19th July after 2pm. You can send a postal application with a cheque. These will be dealt with in the order they are received on Monday 18th July.
Special invitation to Life Members but some tickets available at £10. Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison and Stanley Holloway in the brilliant musical.
At about 6.30pm every Tuesday the Queen has a private conversation with the Prime Minister of the day, twelve of them to date, a procession from Churchill to Cameron. In this fascinating “encore” film of the celebrated National Theatre production, written by Stephen Daldry, discussions with several of them illuminate the relationship of monarchy and parliament and the character of the Queen, played by Helen Mirren. Edward Fox is Churchill. All tickets £10. Starts at 7pm. (No organ but an interval film about the costumes).
The wonderful Schultz characters - Snoopy, Charlie, Lucy, Linus etc in a new movie animation.
Alison Steadman and Roger Sloman in Mike Leigh’s comedy about a couple in a Morris Traveller on a Dorset camping trip. With Anthony O’Donnell as Ray. Very funny.
Romantic comedy, in the Love Actually tradition, set entirely in Suffolk. An exploration of love in most of its guises and compiled by local film-makers.
In 1950s Hollywood, a famous actor disappears during the filming of a Roman epic. George Clooney as the star plus Josh Brolin, Ralph Fiennes, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton and John Goodman in this funny Coen Brothers movie.
Emilia Fox, Emma Watson, Richard Griffiths and Victoria Wood in the Noel Streatfeild dancing story set in the 1930s and featuring three orphan girls adopted by an eccentric uncle.
Imelda Staunton, Russell Tovey and Omid Djalili as Spiro in Gerald Durrell’s idyllic story of family life and incidental wildlife on the island of Corfu in the 1930s.
An impoverished mathematical genius from India gains a place at Cambridge during WW1. With Jeremy Irons, Dev Patel, Stephen Fry and Toby Jones.
- Ben Wishaw and Brendan Gleeson in 19th century whaling story which inspired Herman Melville to write Moby Dick. Dramatic nautical stuff - thar she blows!
First rate stop-frame animation of the Kenneth Grahame book which led to the TV series. With the voices of David Jason, Richard Pearson, Michael Hordern and Peter Sallis.
The 1970 film of the Dickens classic partly filmed in Southwold. With Richard Attenborough, Susan Hampshire, Edith Evans and Laurence Olivier. Great family entertainment. 1970. 120m. U
Michael Craig and Billie Whitelaw in an exciting British drama with a dramatic finale filmed in Southwold Harbour and featuring a cameo performance by Wally Upcraft, the Harbourmaster and erstwhile Southwold Railway Station Master at Blythburgh. bw.
In 1920 an expert travels to a remote Yorkshire village to restore a medieval mural rather like the Doom at Wenhaston. With Colin Firth and Kenneth Branagh.
The great Jacques Tati in the timeless French but largely visual comedy featuring an accident prone bachelor on holiday at a beachside hotel in Brittany. . bw
A 1960s tale of a lively bunch of teenagers who start a rock band. Full of marvellous period detail and music. If you were around then you will remember all this. For others it is fascinating. With Ray Brooks, Annika Wills, Angela Douglas, David Hemmings, Kenneth More and Harry H. Corbett.
Jennifer Lawrence and Robert de Niro in the true story of Joy Mangano who invented a useful domestic appliance and then struggled to make a business out of it. 2015. 124m 12A
The story of Eddie Edwards, the notoriously tenacious British ski jumper who charmed the world at the 88 Winter Olympics. With Tom Costello, Tim McInnerney and Hugh Jackman.
JB’s latest architectural Town Tour. 6 pm at the Town Pump. Tickets £5.
A family en route to New Guinea are shipwrecked on a desert island. upon which they have to learn to survive. With John Mills and Dorothy McGuire in Ken Annakin film.
The Larkin family take the Roller to Brittany for a seaside holiday. David Jason, Pam Ferris, Catherine Zeta Jones, Philip Franks and Anna Massey in H.E.Bates story.
A seaside holiday in Walberswick for Isobel Hetherington and her three young daughters turns into something of a drama when their lives intertwine with that of the Edwardian artist Philip Wilson Steer. With Saskia Reeves, David O’Hara and Joss Ackland.
Michael Caine, Noel Coward, Benny Hill in the classic heist movie celebrating the British mini and the triumph of British crime over the Mafia.