Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 27th August 2017 9:30am
'Haddenham Screen' is taking a party of cinema fans to Blenheim Palace on Wednesday 20th September.
The highlight of the day will be a guided tour of the various locations in the Palace and the Grounds that have been used for films over the years. More recent ones include The BFG, Mission Impossible, Spectre, Cinderella and many others.
There will also be time to explore other parts of Blenheim.
You can find more details and how to book a place at the Haddenham Screen website
Haddenham Screen's programme for the coming season is as follows:
- 12 September Viceroy's House (12)
- 26 September The Salesman (12)
- 10 October Hidden Figures (PG)
- 24 October Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (15)
- 14 November Miss Sloane (PG)
- 28 November Baby Driver (15)
- 20 December Beauty and the Beast (PG) — film at 4.00pm
The films are shown at the Youth & Community Centre, next to the Junior School, at 8.00pm (doors 7.30pm), except where otherwise shown.
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