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By Haddenham Webteam - 27th July 2019 2:30pm
The Village Picture House operates in Bernard Hall, opposite the church in Cuddington.
It presents many of the latest film releases as well as National Theatre Live productions — the latter providing local residents with an opportunity to watch theatrical performances of the very highest quality without all the hassle and expense of a trip into London. What's not to like?!
Timings and prices vary slightly, according to the specific presentation, but the schedule is published well ahead and it's easy to buy tickets from Cuddington Stores (cash only) or online using credit card or PayPal.
The Autumn 2019 schedule has recently been published — see graphic.
For the latest information and to purchase tickets please visit the Village Picture House website.
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