A selection of varied films to excite and inspire during the long cold winter evenings
John McCarthy presents this marvellous documentary by Tim Curtis about the Suffolk river from Debenham via Wickham Market and Woodbridge to Felixstowe.
Christopher Nolan’s brilliant film of the desperate WW2 episode full of bravery and action. With Fionn Whitehead, Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy and Kenneth Branagh.
Rod Steiger, who reckoned this one of his best performances, in an exciting noir thriller based on a Graham Greene story featuring a businessman on the run and a nice dog called Dolores. Directed by Ken Annakin. From our Good Old British B &W Film Collection. bw.
Rachel Weisz stars in this new and beautifully shot version of the Daphne Du Maurier story about a young Englishman and his late cousin’s mysterious wife.
Very British comedy with Roger Allam, Fiona Shaw and Tim McInnerny in the film of Stephen Fry’s best selling novel set in a Norfolk country mansion.
With Judi Dench, Ali Fazal, Michael Gambon & Tim Pigott Smith. An interesting friendship ensues when the queen meets a visitor to the Golden Jubilee.
The great musical created by Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim and Jerome Robbins with continuously fine music and choreography from start to finish.A really entertaining and timeless show. With Natalie Wood, Russ Tamblyn, George Chakiris and Richard Beymer.
- The new secret service genre that outBonds Bond. With Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Colin Firth, Michael Gambon and Julianne Moore.
with Sienna Miller and Jack O’Connell. Doors open at 6.45pm. All tickets £10
In 1953 a young Estonian fencer flees from Russian secret police to return to his homeland where he teaches fencing in a rundown school. Really good, award-winning film.
Gerard Depardieu in the romantic, swashbuckling tale set in 17th century Paris – a brilliant film and a cinematographic delight. French with subtitles
Geoffrey Rush as Alberto Giacometti in this 1964 story of an artist and his subject, art-lover James Lord (Armie Hammer), which shines a light on the creative process.
In a story depicted in stunning oil-painted animation, a young man brings Van Gogh’s last letter to his final hometown and investigates his final days there.
– Domhnall Gleesson & Kelly MacDonald star in this true story of writer A.A.Milne - the invention of Winnie-the-Pooh and the effect on his son.
Comedy drama in Sally Potter’s sketch of modern life illuminated by a dinner party which does not go well. With Timothy Spall, Patricia Clarkson and Kristin Scott Thomas
True story drama/romance in which a polio victim strives to live at home with his wife against medical advice. With Claire Foy, Andrew Garfield and Hugh Bonneville.
Armando Iannucci’s satrical (but probably close to factual) account of events surrounding the comrades after the demise of the boss. With Michael Palin. 2017. 106m. 15
With Ben Whishaw, David Calder and David Morrissey. Doors open 6.45pm. All tickets £10
The famous Agatha Christie story featuring the legendary and, amazingly, still operational train. With Kenneth Branagh, Penelope Cruz.
With Deborah Kerr, Jean Simmons and Flora Robson in a colourful drama featuring five nuns and their struggle to adapt to a remote location in a Himalayan convent
Through the medium of dance, a melancholy poet reflects on the three women he has loved. With Moira Shearer, Robert Helpmann and Frederick Ashton
A bomb disposal officer fights alcohol and pills when asked to disarm German booby trap bombs. With David Farrar, Jack Hawkins, Michael Gough and Kathleen Byron. bw
A WW2 U-boat crew are stranded in Canada and need to make their way to the still neutral USA. With Leslie Howard, Laurence Olivier, Anton Walbrook and Raymond Massey
Led by British officers, partisans on Crete try to kidnap the German commander and smuggle him to Cairo. With Dirk Bogarde, Marius Goring and Cyril Cusack.
David Niven, Kim Hunter, Richard Attenborough, Bonar Colleano and Raymond Massey in a surreal love story featuring a pilot shot down during a WW2 bombing raid in 1945 and the uncertainties surrounding his death.
The 1948 classic with Fred Astaire, Judy Garland and Peter Lawford in which a night club dancer hires a chorus girl to be his partner.