We are very excited to announce the first (of hopefully many) Wardington Village Cinema evenings!
The inaugural event will take place on Saturday 9th November at the Memorial Hall and will screen “Quartet” – Certificate 12A. A hilarious comedy, set in a home for retired musicians; the annual concert to celebrate Verdi’s birthday is disrupted by the arrival of Jean (played by Dame Maggie Smith), an eternal diva and the former wife of one of the residents. Please follow this link for the trailer: http://youtu.be/xy7ayii0TFk
Please Contact Sam Young or Paul Bimson for tickets (£6 standard, £4 concessions) – all money taken will go towards the hire of equipment and future presentations. Complementary nibbles will be provided, but please bring your own drinks!
A great film, well acted, interesting characters. Patricia feels it is a little sad, but all ends relatively happily.
Read recently about a real retirement home for people from the performing arts. Watch the credits at the end. Sadly we will be out of the village in the afternoon and into the evening.
Good to see village cinema here in Wardington. How often might there be showings?
We have many more films to choose from including recent releases for future Wardington Village Cinema film nights. A questionaire will be circulated at the 9th November event to get feedback on what villagers would like to see at future screenings. We hope to run a film night every 6 weeks during the autumn and winter months.