By Haddenham Webteam - 21st July 2017 4:30pm
On Tuesday 25th July, Haddenham Screen will be showing "Swallows and Amazons" (PG) — starring Kelly Macdonald, Andrew Scott and Rafe Spall.
A remake of the favourite children's story. Four children (the Swallows) on holiday in the Lake District sail on their own to an island and start a "war" with rival children (the Amazons). Meanwhile, they encounter a mysterious man on a houseboat and must now work together to determine who he is and why he is there. But have they got themselves involved in something much bigger?
This treat for all the family should help get the summer holiday season off to a flying start!
Doors open earlier than usual at 6.00pm for the film at 6.30pm.
Tickets: £5 (£4 for children and HS members) from box office at the Community Library, or online here.
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