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Spring Summer 2019 starting May 2019


Parish Rooms 

Friday 10th May A Private War (15)

Friday 14th June Mary Queen of Scots (15)

Friday 12th July The Keeper (15)


Tickets at Daisy B's available from the Monday after the previous show





News and Reviews


Lion (PG)

Showed on Thursday, 1st June, 2017

A five-year-old Indian boy gets lost on the streets of Calcutta, thousands of miles from home. He survives many challenges before being adopted by a couple in Australia. 25 years later, he sets out to find his lost family. Davis, a first-time feature director with a background in television delivers a confident debut. This adaptation of the true story of Saroo Brierley – lost as a child and adopted by an Australian couple, he retraced his Indian family 25 years later using Google Earth.

"Has some pacing issues and an overbearing score, but nothing that isn’t erased by the swelling, tear-jerking crescendo of an ending". Wendy Ide for The Guardian.

Running time 118mins





Queen of Katwa (PG)

Directed by Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding), this inspiring drama manages to both capture the hardship of living in a Ugandan slum and work as a feel-good Disney movie. Living in the slum of Katwe in Kampala, Uganda, is a constant struggle for 10-year-old Phiona (Madina Nalwanga) and her family. Her world changes one day when she meets Robert Katende (David Oyelowo from Selma & United Kingdom), a missionary who teaches children how to play chess. Phiona becomes fascinated with the game and soon becomes a top player under Katende's guidance. Her success in local competitions and tournaments opens the door to a bright future and a golden chance to escape from a life of poverty


Run time 2hr 4 mins




A Street Cat named Bob (12A)

 Thursday April 6


Based on the international best selling book; a stray cat moves in with a homeless drug addict and helps to transform his life.


  A Street Cat Named Bob uses a fact-based feelgood tale as the inspiration for an unapologetically heartwarming movie that should move all but the most cynical of viewers (Rotten Tomatoes)


Run time 1hr 51 mins





United Kingdom (12A)

United Kingdom (12A)

Thursday, March 2


Directed by the talented Amma Asante, in 1948 Seretse Khama, heir to Botswana, marries Ruth Williams a white office worker from London. This film merges the personal & geo politics of the era.


"A United Kingdom is one of those true-life stories so poignant, you'll wonder why it took so long to become a movie. African tribal leader Seretse Khama and a British clerk called Ruth Williams fall in love in late 1940s London, but have to resist the British Empire at its nastiest to see things through. It’s the stuff of which great power ballads are made". Phil De Semlyen for Empire Magazine



Run time 1hr 51 mins




Captain Fantastic (15)

Ben Cash (Viggo Mortensen) is raising his six children off the grid in rural Washington. The alternative lifestyle is threatened when Ben has to take his family to visit his wife’s parents and everything starts to unravel as the children experience the outside world for the first time.


With its thrillingly life-affirming performances, it’s a shame that Captain Fantastic’s “strong language” has earned it a 15 certificate; there’s more here for adolescent audiences to enjoy and appreciate than in much 12-rated blockbuster fare. He may not be a superhero, but in terms of imagination, this captain really can fly. Mark Kermode of The Guardian



Run time 1hr 58mins