Film Night at Great Massingham
Film Night at Great Massingham shows a film every third Thursday of the month (except December) at the Village Hall Doors open at 7:00 pm for 7:30 pm. Details of the next film are below. Screenings are a very sociable occasion with members of the audience staying behind to chat and enjoy tea, coffee, and cake. All are welcome and tickets, which cost £4.00, are available at the door on the night.
If you wish, you may also join the 140 or so members of The Film Night. The cost is £5 for life membership. You don’t need to be a member to come to the monthly screenings at the Village Hall but members help choose the films we show each season and get advance notice of the programme. Members can also attend occasional Members’ Evenings at the Village Hall for supper and a film.
The Film Night was formed in the Autumn of 2011 by the Trustees of the Village Hall and the Great Massingham Area Community Cars Scheme.
For more information call Arthur Allen on 01485 520 628, email email@example.com or find us on Facebook.
Those who have difficulty getting to The Film Night can request assistance from the Community Car Scheme (tel:01485520823) and their driver gets in for free!
The Village Hall is on Station Road, the main road through the village, halfway between the Church and the Fire Station and on the same side. PE32 2HU.
Photo of the enthusiastic audience at ‘Bridge of Spies’, May 2106
When “Lady” Sandra Abbott discovers that her husband of 40 years is having an affair with her best friend, she seeks refuge in London with her estranged, older sister Bif. The two could not be more different – Sandra is a fish out of water next to her outspoken, serial dating, free-spirited sibling. But different is just what Sandra needs at the moment, and she reluctantly lets Bif drag her along to a community dance class, where she starts finding her feet.
Thursday 18 October 2018: Finding your Feet
“Here’s another gentle golden-years Britcom about feisty bus-pass recipients sticking two fingers up at pompous types of all ages…a starry cast (Celia Imrie, Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall)” Guardian
Thursday 15 November 2018: Edie
After her controlling husband dies, Edie embarks on a trip to fulfil a dream of climbing a Scottish mountain. “Charm and pathos…always engaging Sheila Hancock” Guardian
Members’ Evening Monday 26 November 2018 “The Breadwinner” with two course dinner.
“A courageous girl seeks to save her father from the Taliban in Nora Twomey’s magical adaptation of Deborah Ellis’s novel.” The Guardian