November 19th: Misbehaviour

Running time: 1 hour 46 minutes

Category: 12A

Date: November 19th

Time: 7.30 pm.  

Tickets: Until all restrictions are lifted, only 60 seats available at each showing, so please book your place, by phoning 01473 823045 or emailing Jan at janetmdicks@gmail.com

Cost: £4 at the door

Description:  In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by US comedy legend, Bob Hope. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women’s Liberation Movement achieved overnight fame by invading the stage. Starring Keira Knightley.

Please note, this will be our last film for 2021. We hope to start producing our film brochures with details of our next six films from January. One of these will be “The Father” starring Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins and proceeds from this film will go to support our Memories Cafe. We also hope that from January seats will no longer need to be booked and we will be able to serve teas and coffees as well as choc ices.

Details: Face masks are still advised, unless you have a valid exemption.

A set of measures will be in place to reduce risk of transmission of Covid 19: hand gel at entry and exit, socially distanced seating, enhanced cleaning regime, one-way entry and exit.  

Please wear something warm as we plan to open the windows to aid ventilation.

Our popular choc ices will be on sale during a short interval.

Toilets will be available.

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