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Wardington Memorial Hall – volunteers required!!

Wardington Memorial Hall is a well used community asset.  To ensure that the Memorial Hall is well maintained and fully funded, a number of volunteers donate some their spare time to make this possible. A vacancy has arisen for the voluntary position of Chair and a new voluntary position of Vice Chair.  The current Chair will be moving from the village, hence the vacancy. Chair  The function of the Chair is to arrange and chair quarterly meetings of the Management Committee who act in a voluntary capacity to ensure the hall is well maintained and well used.  Participating committee members undertake a number of key roles and responsibilities to help with the running of the hall (e.g. Treasurer).  The Chair

Wardington Village Cinema – Friday 25th September

To kick off the new film night season to take place in the Memorial Hall, on Friday 25th September we will be screening the Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.  Doors open 7.15pm - film commences at 8pm.  The interval will include a raffle prize draw and a complimentary ice cream.

Friday night is film night!!!

This coming Friday (26th) will be our last film night for the current season and to add to the occasion we will be holding a BBQ on the new patio at the rear of the Memorial Hall.  BBQ is inclusive of the ticket cost (Standard £7.50/Concessions £5.50).  Please bring your own drinks and nibbles.  A complimentary choc ice is also included in the ticket price.  By popular demand we will also be running a raffle with proceeds (including surplus on ticket sales) goingtowards further improvements to the Memorial Hall's facilities. The final film for this current season (we will be back in September - dates to follow) is 'Chef' - a comedy starring Dustin Hoffman and Robert Downey Junior. BBQ

Wardington Village Cinema – Friday 15th May, ‘The Theory of Everything’

On Friday 15th May, Wardington Village Cinema will be screening 'The Theory of Everything'. The Theory of Everything is the story of the most brilliant physicist of our time, Stephen Hawking, and Jane Wilde the arts student he fell in love with whilst studying at Cambridge in the 1960s. Little was expected from Stephen Hawking, a bright but shiftless student of cosmology, given just two years to live following the diagnosis of a fatal illness at 21 years of age. He became galvanized, however, by the love of fellow Cambridge student, Jane Wilde, and he went on to be called the successor to Einstein, as well as a husband and father to their three children. Over the course of their

Friday night at the movies!!!

Wardington Village cinema are screening the '100 Foot Journey' this Friday evening in the Memorial Hall.  Doors open 7.30pm, film commences at 8pm. The Kadam family leaves India for France where they open a restaurant directly across the road from Madame Mallory's Michelin-starred eatery - comedy starring Helen Mirren, Om Puri and Manesh Dayal. Tickets can be purchased on the door.  Standard: £6.00/concessions £4:00 (price includes a complimentary ice cream).

The next film night is going to be thrilling!!!

For planning purposes (ordering ice creams etc), please do let us know if you wish to attend the next Wardington Cinema film night taking place in the Memorial Hall this coming Friday (20th). Please call Sam Young (01295) 750871 or Paul Bimson (01295) 758855 or email: wardingtoncinema@hotmail.com. The Imitation Game starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightly is a gripping and highly acclaimed thriller which is based on the true story of Alan Turing, the British maths genius responsible for cracking the German Enigma code during World War II. "A superb thriller and a worthy biopic for a real hero." Empire Magazine "So innately compelling is Turing's story - to say nothing of Benedict Cumberbatch's masterful performance - it's hard not to get caught

Friday night is film night at the Memorial Hall!!!

As published in the Warbler - the next film night is taking place this Friday (20th) in the memorial hall.  'What we did on our holiday' is a heart-warming, uplifting comedy for all the family written and directed by the creators of 'Outnumbered' and starring David Tennant, Rosamund Pike and Billy Connelly. "Very impressive and likeable stuff " - Guardian Doors open: 7.30pm/film commences: 8pm prompt Ticket prices: £6.00 standard/£4.00 concessions A raffle will take place to raise funds for improvements to the Memorial Hall.  Complimentary ice cream. To plan for firm numbers on the night - please confirm either via email: wardingtoncinema@hotmail.com or phone: Sam (01295 750871) or Paul (01295 758855) that you will be attending/numbers of tickets required.

Wardington Village Cinema – next screening Friday 20th February

For your diary!!  The next film night is to take place of Friday 20th February in the Memorial Hall where we will be screening the hilarious British comedy........... "What we did on our holiday" staring Rosamund Pike, David Tennant and Billy Connolly. Doors open 7.30pm with the film to commence promptly at 8.00pm.  Concessions £4.00/Standard £6.00.  The ticket price includes a complimentary ice cream in the interval.  We will also be holding a raffle.  All surplus will go towards improving the Memorial Hall facilities. At the last screening following the recent installation of the reverberation panels in the main hall, we were able to experience the much improved sound quality of the PA system.  During set-up we do ensure that a full sound check is

This Friday night is film night!!!

A gentle reminder that this Friday (16th)  is film night at the Memorial hall.  By popular demand - Wardington Village Cinema are screening 'The Odd Couple' starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Mathau. Doors open 7.30am - film commences at 8pm prompt. Please bring your own drinks and nibbles.  Complimentary ice creams will be distributed during the interval. Any surplus from the film nights is used to help with improvements to the village hall, however we do need at least 35 attendees to break even.  Many recent users of the hall may have noted the reverberation panels installed towards the end of November which have made a huge difference to the sound quality now experienced within the main hall. Tickets can be purchased on the door: Concessions -