Join us this summer for an eclectic season of films to delight and inspire. Booking by phone from 17th July 2pm
Robert Preston, Shirley Jones. A con man poses as a boys’ band leader. SPECIAL SCREENING FOR LIFE MEMBERS (RSVP please) BUT SOME TICKETS MAY BE AVAILABLE FOR £12. PIMMS AND CANAPÉS.
Excellent Nick Park animation featuring the comic adventures of Dug and Hognob and voices of Eddie Redmayne, Rob Brydon, Miriam Margolyes and Tom Hiddleston.
A dog looks to discover his canine raison d’etre over several lifetimes and owners. With Jon Gad and Dennis Quaid.
One of the funniest films we have ever shown, albeit not for the recently bereaved. With Matthew Macfadyen, Keeley Hawes, Kris Marshall and Jane Asher.
Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall, Celia Imrie and Joanna Lumley in comic tale of a middle class woman who goes to live with her impoverished sister.
The original Disney animation of the classic Lewis Carroll story capturing the dreamlike quality of the book in a very colourful and inventive way. Good songs too.
Very English comedy-drama from the play by Esther McCracken featuring the summer weekend goings-on at a thatched cottage visited by a large family and their guests. bw.
Very entertaining (non PC) comedy featuring two escaped chain-gang convicts who find themselves assuming the roles of a gay couple rehearsing a young girls’ pageant at a small town primary school. With Jeremy Northam, Steve Zahn and William H. Macy.
Incredible acting and drama in this film of the celebrated R.C.Sherriff play featuring WW1 trench action in 1918. With Toby Jones, Sam Claflin, Paul Bettany
A recently orphaned girl brought up in India is sent to England where she begins to explore.... From the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. With Maggie Smith.
The classic Monty Python film featuring the legendary medieval quest. “On second thoughts we won’t go to Camelot – it is a silly place”.
Our summer perennial, Michael Palin’s 1950s story of a family holiday in a place very like Southwold - where it was filmed.
A once famous but terminally ill screenwriter has two final missions to fulfill..
With Sofia Helin (from “The Bridge”) and John Hurt, sadly, in his last film.
Five children staying in their uncle’s mansion for safety during WW1 discover a sand fairy with magical powers. With Kenneth Branagh and Zoe Wanamaker.
Juliette Binoche as a divorced Parisian mother seeking true love. French with subtitles.
Tom Hanks, Geena Davis and Madonna in this very entertaining comedy featuring the true story of the WW2 ladies’ baseball teams.
After WW2 a writer forms an unexpected bond with the inhabitants of Guernsey. Lily James stars.
Terry-Thomas, Sarah Miles, Eric Sykes, Robert Morley and Tony Hancock in lively story of the 1910 flying race from London to Paris.
A repertory company, rehearsing a play, is faced with the arrival of the author – played by Margaret Rutherford. Including Robert Morley,the director, and Kay Kendall. bw
Join in the Rock and Roll musical with John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John and Stockard Channing. The 1950s high school love story.
An unconventional love story, set in Hollywood in 1958, about an actress, her driver and her boss, the eccentric Howard Hughes. With Annette Bening and Warren Beatty.
Recent and excellent version of the classic story (by Johanna Spyri) about a young orphan girl living with her grandfather in the Swiss Alps until events unfold. With Bruno Ganz and Annuk Steffen.
The Jacques Tati comedy classic. Timeless visual humour as a bachelor goes on a holiday in Normandy in the 1950s. bw. French with subtitles but not really needed.
True story of Molly Bloom, an Olympic class skier, who ran the world’s largest high stakes poker game and attracted the attention of the FBI. With Jessica Chastain and Idris Elba.
The lives of four lifelong friends change after they read the book Fifty Shades of Grey. With Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen.