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Village Cinema gets into Wimbledon mood this Tuesday 28th June

Tuesday 28th June at 7.00pm, please note the earlier time.

The next film screening in the Village Centre will be just the ticket for Wimbledon fortnight! King Richard (12) tells the amazing story of how tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams got their start, thanks to the vision and brazen plan of their father Richard Williams. A film not only for tennis fans but for anyone who loves a film about overcoming all the odds!

As a special Wimbledon fortnight event, there will be strawberries and cream and Pimms available to purchase. You can pre-order these when buying your ticket and enjoy them in the film’s interval.

To allow for a longer than usual strawberry eating interval, the film will commence at the earlier than normal time of 7.00pm. Tickets are available on the door, priced at £6 with under 16s £3. Entry includes a cup of tea, coffee or squash. In addition to Pimms, a licensed bar is available.

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Latest Jubilee Update – Children’s film screening Thursday 2nd June

AS you may know, we were unable to arrange the planned childen’s concert on the evening of Thursday 2nd June. This event was due to precede the lighting of the Jubilee beacon at the Village Centre.

However, we have been able to secure a screening of a recent full length feature film which nobody who is either young or young at heart will want to miss – Tom and Jerry! 7.15pm in the Village Centre, to be followed by the lighting of the beacon.

Admission is free and there will be popcorn and other nibbles included. Don’t miss it!

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Village Cinema screening – Tuesday 31st May

The next film screening in the Village Centre will be on Tuesday 31st May. The film will be The Father (12A) a 2020 psychological drama with an all-star cast headed by Sir Anthony Hopkins who won an Academy Oscar for his performance. A man refuses all assistance from his daughter as he ages and begins to sink into dementia. As he tries to make sense of his changing circumstances, he begins to doubt his loved ones, his own mind and even the fabric of his reality.

The film will commence at 7.30pm and tickets are available on the door, priced at £6 with under 16s £3. Entry includes a cup of tea, coffee or squash. A licensed bar is available.

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Village Cinema – Tuesday 26th April

The next film screening in the Village Centre will be on Tuesday 26th April at 7.30pm. The film will be Love Sarah (12). A romantic comedy in which a young woman vows to fulfil her late mother’s dream of opening her own bakery in Notting Hill, London. To do this she enlists the help of an old friend and her grandma. These three generations of women will need to overcome grief, doubts and differences to honour the memory of their beloved Sarah, while embarking on a journey to establish a London bakery filled with love, hope and colourful pastries from all over the world.

The film will commence at 7.30pm and tickets are available on the door, priced at £6 with under 16s £3. Entry includes a cup of tea, coffee or squash. A licensed bar is available.

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Village Cinema – Tuesday 29th March

The next film screening in the Village Centre will be on Tuesday 29th March. The film will be In The Heights (PG-13), the musical story of a corner in a predominantly Dominican neighbourhood of New York City, where every member of the community pursues their sueñitos (little dreams) for a better life. A joyous celebration of heritage and community, fuelled by dazzling direction and singalong songs!

The film will commence at 7.30pm and tickets are available on the door, priced at £6 with under 16s £3. Entry includes a cup of tea, coffee or squash. A licensed bar is available.

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Village Cinema – our February film

The next film screening in the Village Centre will be on Tuesday 22nd February The film will be Dreamhorse (PG), the entertaining tale of a girl in a small Welsh village who is determined to breed a racehorse, even when she lacks the necessary experience or money. She persuades the people of her community to chip in a small amount each week to raise the foal.

The film will commence at 7.30pm and tickets are available on the door, priced at £6 with under 16s £3. Entry includes a cup of tea, coffee or squash. A licensed bar is available.

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Village Cinema – Our Next Presentation

The next film screening in the Village Centre will be on Tuesday 26th October. The film will be The Personal History of David Copperfield, which is of course based, rather loosely, on Dickens’s novel. Nonetheless it’s highly entertaining and has the added bonus of a number of location shots that were filmed in and around King’s Lynn. See how many you can spot!

The film will commence at 7.30pm and tickets are available on the door, priced at £6 with under 16s £3. Entry includes a cup of tea, coffee or squash.

 

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The Village Cinema reopens 28th September

After a lengthy break caused by the pandemic we are pleased to say that film screenings in the Village Centre will recommence on Tuesday 28th September. Our first film is The Keeper (15), the story of how a German prisoner of war and a young English woman overcame prejudice, personal tragedy and public hostility as Word War II came to an end.

The film will commence at 7.30pm and tickets are available on the door, priced at £6 with under 16s £3. Entry includes tea, coffee or squash and as a special reopening treat – a glass of fizz!

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Our next cinema screening – Tuesday 27th October

Our regular monthly film nights continue and the next of these will be Judy, which is a touching account of the final years of one of the movie world’s greatest stars, Judy Garland (12A). Renée Zellweger stars in this not to be missed biopic.

The film will be shown on our usual last Tuesday in the month, the 27th October. Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7.30pm start to the film. tickets are £5, under 16s £3.

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 highly advisable. You should also be aware that face-coverings must be worn when in the Village Centre (except children 11 years or under). Please sanitise your hands when entering and leaving.

Most seating will be in socially distanced groups, around tables, in a designated café area where patrons may sit in groups of up to six people. In this area ONLY, face coverings may be removed when you are seated at your table. If you leave your table, for any reason, you must replace your face covering.

There may be other seating available, outside the café area, where face coverings must be worn at all times unless eating or drinking.

Refreshments will be via table service only.  Patrons should use the toilet nearest their seat. If using the main toilets off the east corridor there is a one-way system in operation.

To reserve seats, please telephone 01485 540644. Booking closes as soon as the permitted maximum number is reached or at the latest 4pm on the 27th October. Track and Trace information will be required.

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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.

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