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By Haddenham Webteam - 5th January 2017 4:00pm
Haddenham Screen, our local village cinema club, has announced its programme for the Spring season from January to April 2017.
The season starts with the comedy Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, based on the ever-popular TV series. This original story has Edina and Patsy accidently knocking Kate Moss into the Thames. Fearing her dead and pursued by both police and the paparazzi, there is only one thing to do — flee to the South of France. In addition to all the familiar characters, there are 60+ celebrity cameo roles to spot.
Take advantage of the close proximity of our community cinema and our cheap prices to see some great recent movies as well as the occasional classic and some you may not have come across.
The Haddenham Screen programme for the next few months looks like this:
- Tuesday 10 January Absolutely Fabulous (15)
- Tuesday 24 January Bullitt (15)
- Tuesday 14 February Bridget Jones's Baby (15)
- Tuesday 28 February I, Daniel Blake (15)
- Tuesday 14 March Anthropoid (15)
- Tuesday 28 March Coco Before Chanel (12)
- Saturday 1 April The Jungle Book (PG) — family film
- Tuesday 11 April The Girl on the Train (15)
Tickets may be purchased at the box office at Haddenham Community Library — £4 for members/children and £5 for non-members. The library is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friday all day and on Saturday mornings.
The films are shown at the Haddenham Youth & Community Centre. The usual show time is 8.00pm, with doors opening at 7.30pm, but do check your tickets for any variations. Refreshments are available at all shows. Go to the Haddenham Screen website for details of each film, including video trailers, and other information about the club and cinema. There are also facilities for purchasing tickets and memberships online.
The community cinema is non-profitmaking and proceeds after costs from Haddenham Screen go to support the Community Library.
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