This summer join us for a season of cinematographic delights both old and new
By Stefano Massini. 6.45pm. All tickets £10
With Doris Day and Howard Keel. 6.45pm for Pimms and canapés. Some tickets available for £12. Black tie.
Mike Leigh’s compelling and epic story of the 1819 Peterloo massacre, wherein the authorities over-reacted to a peaceful demonstration. With Maxine Peake and Rory Kinnear.
.Led by JB. 6pm. Meet at Town Pump £5
An engaging French animation delightfully set in a Victorian Paris and featuring the Opéra and a half-built Eiffel Tower. Felicie, a young orphan girl, has a passion to dance and Victor is a boy who wants to be an inventor.
Jacques Tati’s gentle comedy depicting a shy bachelor’s seaside holiday in France in the 1950s. bw
With Alec Guinness as Prof.Markus, Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom, Cecil Parker and Katie Johnson as Mrs Wilberforce. Directed by Alexander McKendrick.
Great British comedy featuring ten Cornish fishermen who achivee a top ten hit with a recording of sea shanties. With James Purefoy.
By JOHN BENNETT. 7.15pm, E.P.P £5
Charming story of the involvement of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with the girls who photographed fairies. With Peter O’Toole, Harvey Keitel and Paul McGann.
Michael Palin’s hilarious Edwardian story of a vicar ministering to fallen women in the East End. With Maggie Smith, Denholm Elliott, Trevor Howard & Michael Hordern.
Great film featuring a chronicle of the years leading up to Queen’s legendary appearance at the 1985 Live Aid concert. Rami Malek is Freddy Mercury.
Anna Massey, Denholm Elliott, Googie Withers, Julia Mackenzie and Irene Handl in an excellent film of the Anita Brookner novel about an authoress staying in a Swiss hotel.
A TALK by JOHN RIDGWAY. 7.15pm £5
Jack Black and Cate Blanchett in a magical adventure in which Lewis helps his uncle to locate a clock with strange and catastrophic powers.
Helena Bonham Carter and Ken Stott in the entertaining, and largely true, story of the young TV cook Nigel Slater and his journey toward becoming a chef.
Classic Noël Coward comedy with Penelope Keith, Paul Eddington, Joan Simms and Patricia Hodge. Unexpected weekend guests arrive at the Bliss residence in Cookham.
Ralph Fiennes with Oleg Ivenko as Rudolf Nureyev in the true story of his defection to the West from Paris in 1961. Occasional subtitles
Eighty years on, the Judy Garland story continues to captivate. Follow the yellow brick road.
Tornatore’s great classic featuring a Sicilian cinema and the young boy who helps in the projection box in the 1940s and becomes a director. With Philippe Noiret.
The first Abba Fest and an opportunity to join in with all the great songs. With Meryl Streep, Julie Walters, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth etc. Dress up if you like.
Mike Nicholls’ excellent film version of the great Joseph Heller novel and featuring Orson Welles, Martin Balsam, Art Garfunkel, Alan Arkin and Bob Newhart as Major Major.
A young girl comes to stay with her aunt and has a beneficial effect on an uptight community, enabling others to see the best in things. With Hayley Mills and Jane Wyman
Excellent film of the Stella Gibbons novel featuring a farmful of eccentrics, with great cast including Kate Beckinsale, Eileen Atkins and Stephen Fry.
An entertaining, heartwarming comedy featuring aome lovable canines in Los Angeles. and their owners. A sort of Dog Actually.
The fictional character of Joan Stanley is based on the real life exposure of Melita Norwood as a long-term British spy working for the KGB. With Judi Dench and Sophie Cookson.