Wardington Village Cinema is screening “A Street Cat Named Bob” this Friday, 17th March.  Doors open at 7.15pm for a start at 8pm.

Attendance of recent film nights have slowly declined and unfortunately, we are again this month, lacking attendance figures.  So please support this community social event by contacting Sam Young (750 871) or Paul Bimson (758 855) or wardingtoncinema@hotmail.com to book your ticket now!  All profits go towards the upkeep of the village memorial hall.

This highly acclaimed film is based on the true life story and international best-selling book, that is moving and uplifting.  The true story of James Bowen and Bob – a recovering drug addict trying to get by on the unforgiving streets of London whose life is changed when a ginger cat named Bob enters his life.

Recent reviews:

5 Stars – Big Issue
4 Stars – Sunday Express
4 Stars – Radio Times

Amazon.co.uk 115 reviews of which 106 are 5 star:
5 Stars – “Moving, utterly endearing and also surprisingly good – a fitting tribute to an adorable cat and a remarkable story!
5 Stars – “Powerful, moving and inspiring true story
5 Stars – “Magical”

A Wardignton village resident:  “It was so good the first time I saw it, I coming back to watch it again at Wardington Village Cinema!”