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
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 -
Please note that the 2015 season for the film nights commences with the first screening to take place on Friday 16th January - not Friday the 23rd January as previously published. Paul and Sam
On Friday 14th - the next film night feature is'The Monuments Men' starring George Clooney and Matt Damon. UK Release February 2014. Please do tell your friends and neigbours!!! Doors open 7.30pm Film commences 8.00pm Tickets: standard: £6.00 - concessions:0ver 60's/under 16 - £4.00 So that we can plan for firm numbers on the night, please confirm either via email, the website or phone that you will be attending: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://wardington.net (add to comments page below this post) Sam Young - 01295 750871 Paul Bimson - 01295 758855 Complimentary ice cream in the half time interval! We are also holding a raffle - donations for prizes will be gratefully received!!
On the evening of Friday 14th November and by popular demand, Wardington Village Cinema will be screening the recently released the 'Momuments Men'. Starring a phenomenal ensemble cast led by Matt Damon and George Clooney and based on a true and untold story of World War II, The Monuments Men is suspensful ticking clock adventure-thriller about a ragtag team of unlikely, but charismatic heroes, embarking on the greatest treasure hunt in history, taking on the seemingly impossible highstakes mission to rescue the world's greatest works of art which the Nazis are hell-bent on destroying. Doors open 7.30pm Film commences 8.00pm Tickets: standard - £6.00/concessions (0ver 60's/under 16 - £4.00 So that we can plan for firm numbers on the night, please
A very warm welcome to all of our regulars and hopefully a few new faces too!!! For the screening this Friday we will be showing 'Waking Ned Devine'......................... Wardington Village Cinema – Friday 10th October The lucky winner of the national lottery is Ned Devine, so taken by his good fortune that he now can't be waked, because he died from the shock of it! News of the win spread quickly in the scenic little Irish village of Tully More, but not the secret news of Ned's demise. With lottery officials closing in to confirm the prize claimed by the deceased Devine, Ned's closest friends scheme to keep the prize money close to home, in memory of Ned of course!
Following an audience survey at the last screening, we are delighted to announce that the highly acclaimed comedy 'Waking Ned"scored the most votes and will be shown at the next film night - taking place in the Memorial Hall on the evening of Friday 10th October. When Ned Devine dies of shock after he discovers he has won the lottery, his life-long friends Michael (David Kelly) and Jackie (Ian Bannen) find the winning tcket and decide that their old mate would have wanted them to collect the money. They deduce that one of them must pass himself off as Ned. But they must convince the rest of the town to go along with their scheme, and they will need all the help
Tom is the star of Captain Phillips (12A), Wardington Village Cinema's next film night to take place on Friday 6th June - doors open 7.15pm with the screening to start promptly at 8pm. Usual format - please bring your own drinks and nibbles and we will supply a complimentary choc-ice during the interval. The film focuses on the relationship between the Alabama's commanding officer, Captain Richard Phillips, and the Somali pirate captain, Muse, who takes him hostage. Phillips and Muse are set on an unstoppable collision course when Muse and his crew target Phillips' unarmed ship; in the ensuing standoff, 145 miles off the Somali coast, both men will find themselves at the mercy of forces beyond their control. Captain Phillips
Wardington Village Cinema are screening 'Philomena' starring Dame Judy Dench, this Saturday (5th April) in the Memorial Hall. Doors open 7.15pm - film commences at 8pm. Remember to bring your own drinks and nibbles!! Complimentary choc-ice during the interval. Tickets can be purchased on the door (£6.00 standard and £4.00 concessions).
The next film night is taking place on Saturday 5th April in the Memorial Hall. This is a change from the date (Friday 21st March) advertised in the Warbler. We will be screening the BAFTA award winning Philomena. Based on a powerful true story and led by note-perfect performances from Judi Dench and Steve Coogan, Philomena offers a profoundly affecting drama for adult filmgoers of all ages. The Guardian "Its main focus is the sparky, shifting relationship between its two protagonists and its trump card the startling chemistry between its two main stars." The Telegraph "This is a heartbreaking story – how could it not be? But Frears’ film breaks your heart and then repairs it." Variety "It’s an undeniable