Arkendale Cinema


Cinema in Arkendale Film Club

See recent release films in high definition at Arkendale Community Hall. Films are usually shown on Friday evenings, 7.30pm, doors opening at 7pm.

Sound enhanced by Hearing Loop facility. Bar with drinks, refreshments and ices on sale during the evening.

Due to the continuing Covid-19 situation, we are currently restricting the audience to 30 people. As a result we are asking you to book your place at the showing in advance. If there are sufficient numbers beyond the first 30, for any showing, we will consider holding a second showing for that film.

BOOKING FOR FILMS

Please either email Gavin at gavin@ibew.co.uk, with subject "Arkendale Films" giving the name(s) of the attendees and the film night(s) required, or telephone 01423 341945 - if leaving a message, please give your name(s) and your phone number.
Please do not attend if you, or a member of your household, have any cold, flu or COVID type symptoms, and please let us know if you are not coming for any reason so that we can offer your place to someone else.

Do feel free to suggest titles for future films!


Previous showings

January 2022No Time To Die
December 2021Knives Out
March 2020Official Secrets
February 2020Downton Abbey
January 2020Rocketman
December 2019Collette
November 2019Yesterday
October 2019Wild Rose
September 2019Red Joan
July 2019Fisherman's Friends
June 2019Can You Ever Forgive Me
May 2019Bohemian Rhapsody
April 2019A Star is Born
March 2019Dirty Dancing
February 2019The Little Stranger
January 2019The Bookshop
December 2018Mamma Mia - Here We Go Again
November 2018Lady Bird
October 2018The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
September 2018Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
July 2018Phantom Thread
June 2018The Post
June 2018Darkest Hour
May 2018The Greatest Showman
April 2018Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool
March 2018Victoria & Abdul
February 2018Hidden Figures
December 2017My Cousin Rachel
November 2017Lion
October 2017Viceroy's House
September 2017Their Finest
July 2017La La Land
June 2017Doctor Strange
May 2017Allied
April 2017The Light Between Oceans
March 2017The Girl on the Train
February 2017Bridget Jones's Baby
January 2016Love and Friendship
December 2016The BFG
December 2016Jason Bourne
November 2016Casablanca
November 2016Eye in the Sky
October 2016Florence Foster Jenkins
September 2016Suffragette
September 2016The Jungle Book
July 2016Joy
June 2016Dad's Army
May 2016Bridge of Spies
April 2016The Lady in the Van
March 2016Spectre
March 2016Brooklyn
January 2016Mr Holmes
December 2015Inside Out
November 2015Suite Française
October 2015Far from the Madding Crowd
September 2015Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
June 2015Testament of Youth
May 2015Mr Turner
April 2015The 100 Foot Journey
April 2015Jesus Christ Superstar
March 2015Gone Girl
February 2015What We Did on Our Holiday
January 2015A Most Wanted Man
December 2014Frozen
November 2014The Book Thief
October 2014The Railway Man
October 2014The Grand Budapest Hotel
June 2014Celebrating le Tour de France - "A Day Out" and "Velorama"
May 2014Philomena
April 2014Captain Phillips
March 2014Le Weekend
February 2014About Time
January 2014The Great Gatsby
November 2013Summer in February
October 2013Life of Pi
September 2013Quartet
May 2013Les Miserables
April 2013Skyfall
March 2013Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
January 2013The Descendants
December 2012The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
October 2012The Iron Lady
September 2012The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
May 2012War Horse
March 2012Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
January 2012The Ghost
November 2011Made in Dagenham
October 2011True Grit
July 2011Calendar Girls
April 2011The King's Speech
January 2011Sherlock Holmes
December 2010Shrek Forever After
November 2010Mamma Mia

Future Programme

Due to the conditions of our umbrella licence we usually cannot display the film names here

Friday 11th February - Jo March reflects on her life, telling the story of the March sisters - four young women, each determined to live life on her own terms. Stars Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh.

Future cinema dates: TBA

Suggested future films

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