High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Haddenham Webteam - 19th May 2022 7:30am
Haddenham Screen is returning after the Covid break on Tuesday 24th May.
Organisers look forward to seeing all their supporters from pre-pandemic days and all other residents of Haddenham and the surrounding villages to their programme of some of the best movies released recently .
Tickets available online or at the door
The re-opening presentation will be Belfast (12A), starring: Jude Hill, Jamie Dornan, Caitriona Balfe, Ciaran Hinds, Judi Dench, and directed by Kenneth Branagh.
The film is set in Belfast in August 1969. Surrounded by sporadic violence and growing danger, nine year-old Buddy finds himself confronted with the ugly reality of sectarian conflict. And, as the suffocating stranglehold of increasing turmoil tightens around his once-peaceful working-class neighbourhood, Buddy tries his best to understand The Troubles--after all, someone must be responsible for forcing people to flee their homes. Now, Buddy's family must come face to face with a nearly impossible, life-altering decision: stay or start packing?
The presentation will take place in the Youth & Community Centre (adjoining the Junior School on Woodways) and starts at 8.00pm with doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets available here
Carwithen Music Festival: 30th June to 3rd July 2022
Haddenham Screen will host two films with scores written by Doreen Carwithen as part of the festival.
On Thursday evening 30th June Three Cases of Murder (PG) will be shown at St Mary's Church, starting at 7.30pm with doors opening 30 mins before.
On Saturday afternoon 2nd June Men of Sherwood Forest (U) will be shown at the Methodist Church in High Street, starting at 2.30pm with doors opening 30 mins before.
The full Haddenham Screen programme up to mid-July is available here
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