Contact Brian Norman for More information or Tickets email@example.com
Films Start at 7:00pm Doors open at 6:40pm.
With new Blackout blinds - we are now able to show afternoon films - these will start at 2pm.
Tickets usually available at the door - but please check with Brian to make sure.
We are very lucky in having Geldeston Village Hall, which was built some 80 years ago with films in mind - It has a screen as part of one of the walls - high up so everyone can see.
We have recently been successful, through Grant aid (Grassroots Grants and Chet Valley Community Development Ltd), in having our own multimedia projector, sound system, and new chairs. We also have a Hearing Loop installed for those with a hearing aid that can be turned to the T setting.
If you would like to eat before the show then the Wherry Inn is just accross the road - Why not join us for a pint after the show in the pub.
All films now showing at 2pm in the afternoon with tea coffee and Cake - Raising Money for A School In The Congo
Also showing at 7:00pm in aid of Geldeston Village Hall
25th Jan The Railway Children
22nd Feb Cafe Society
29th March The Light Between Oceans (This may change)
26th April A United Kingdom
The Railway Children (U) (Event Show)
The recorded stage show of this British classic,
filmed at the York Theatre Royal.
125 minutes in length with a 15 minute interval.
Café Society (12A)
96 mins (Some violence, a drug reference and suggestive material)
In the 1930s, a young Bronx native moves to Hollywood, where he falls in love with the secretary of his powerful uncle, an agent to the stars. After returning to New York, he is swept up in the vibrant world of high society nightclub life.
Directed by Woody Allen.
The Light Between Oceans (12A)
A lighthouse keeper and his wife living off the coast of Western Australia raise a baby they rescue from an adrift rowboat. Starring Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander, and based on the bestselling book
A United Kingdom (12A)- Available late Mar/April
Prince Seretse Khama of Botswana causes an international stir when he marries a white woman from London in the late 1940s.
Starring David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike.
* Part of the takings from these showing will go to “the School for Peace in Congo” details available at the film shows.