Thursday, 27 November 2014

Old Buckenham Village Hall Cinema

What's on at the pictures?
Three films have been booked to show during the late winter and spring. In addition the screenings are moving to Friday evenings.

So what's going to be on?
Friday 6 February, What we did on our Holiday. A comedy created by Andy Hamilton and starring David Tennant, Rosamund Pike and Billy Connelly. In a similar vein to the tv programme Outnumbered, it portrays stressed parents and over-clever kids taking the world and life at face value.
Friday 20 March, Mr Turner. Directed by Mike Leigh and with Timothy Spall portraying Britain's great artist JMW Turner through the last 25 years of his life. This was the period when he created many of his most admired paintings.
Friday 24 April, The Imitation Game. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley. Follows the story of Alan Turing as he battles to crack the Enigma code, while at the same time he has to endure the establishment turning on him due to his homosexuality despite the fact that he led the team that saved thousands of lives by decoding German forces' transmissions.
Programmes will start at 7.30pm as usual and tickets bought in advance tickets will be £4.
So now is the time to put these dates in your 2015 diaries to keep the evenings free.

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