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A Special Event from the Village Cinema

The village cinema has had its doors firmly closed since the March lock-down, but we are hoping to restart regular screening before too long. To start things off, we are holding a special film evening as part of the Dersingham Open Gardens weekend of the 5th and 6th September.

At 7.45pm on Saturday September 5th we will be showing the popular family film Doolittle (12), which will be screened in the main hall of the Village Centre.  This film is the latest remake of an ever popular tale, as Dr. John Dolittle shows that he really can talk to the animals!

It is important for everyone to know that because of the current health situation there are some extra measures that we have to put in place for the film screening.Numbers attending will be strictly limited, consequently pre-booking is necessary. You should also be aware that face-coverings must be worn when in the Village Centre (except children 11 years or under).

To reserve seats, please telephone 01485 540644. Tickets cost £5 or £3 for children under 16. Booking closes as soon as the permitted maximum number is reached or at the latest 4pm on the 5th September.

film poster 5th september

Downton Abbey comes to Dersingham, Tuesday 25th February

poster for downton abbey filmThis is the film of the hugely popular TV series and it promises to be a highly entertaining evening. Excitement is high at Downton Abbey when the Crawley family find out that King George V and Queen Mary are coming to visit!

The screening is our usual last Tuesday in the month Village Cinema event, but with the added bonus of a Downton style high tea, which will be served at 6.00pm. If you would like to partake of tea then the cost is £10 per head and you must book in advance. Phone Shirley on 01485 540644. You can watch the film without having the high tea, in which case it will be the usual £5 on the door. The film will be shown at 7.30pm.

Dersingham Village Cinema – Tuesday 26th November

Tuesday 26th November – our usual last Tuesday in the month film screening. The November film will be “Green Book”, the story of a black concert pianist making a tour of the Deep South, chauffeured by an Italian-American driver and bodyguard. There are moments of high comedy but this is also a poignant tale of life in the segregated society of 1960s America. Superbly acted and highly recommended.

Tickets £5 on the door, including refreshments. Doors open 7.00pm.

poster for the film green book