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Wed 18th September, 2019


Ad Astra; Where shall we start... !
We got an exclusive preview of this one a couple of weeks back and honestly, felt a little fatigued from all the space films that have been coming out this year! Brad Pitt in Space, drifting for a long time, something bad happens and they fix it and space does a space thing and they land and come back down.

It is NOT that.

I want to say if you like space films you'll like this. If you don't like space films, you're going to be so pleasantly surprised by this one. It is so worth a watch.

You're thrown into the action from the start, it does a lot of very interesting things and really makes some intelligent decisions. The filmmakers on this really cared and mapped out a fantastic journey for the audience, some really surprising story pivots as we get to the second and third acts.
Really impressed, this is one of Fox's swansong films, and I think they can be very proud of this and the upcoming Ready or Not.

Sneaking in in all it's quirky glory, BAIT, get's a couple of screenings across the week.

"It may look like it was made on a shoestring 50 years ago, but this abrasive seaside parable is a quietly thrilling piece of filmmaking."
Phil De Semlyen, Time Out

Queer Screens Presents... an evening of short films and panel discussions looking at queer identity and diverse connections through the female lens. After the film screening we will continue the evening so join us at the bar for a drink!
Thursday 19th September, 8PM

Download the flyer for next week here.

Continuing on are Downton AbbeyFor Sama The Souvenir

Babes in Arms, Tuesday at 12:30pm

Tuesday 25th September
Downton Abbey


Astronaut Roy McBride (Brad Pitt) travels to the outer edges of the solar system to find his missing father and unravel a mystery that threatens the survival of our planet. His journey will uncover secrets that challenge the nature of human existence and our place in the cosmos.

“A masterpeice.”
David Ehrlich, 

Martin Ward is a cove fisherman, without a boat. His brother Steven has re-purposed their father’s vessel as a tourist tripper, driving a wedge between the brothers. With their childhood home now a get away for London money, Martin is displaced to the estate above the picturesque harbour.

“A Heart-Wrenching and Essential Documentary About a Young Mother in Aleppo.”
Mark Kermode, 
The Guardian

Watercolour Workshops are back at the ArtHouse with Mark Entwisle!

This course will be based on drawing & painting from still life and photographs.
The workshops are on every Saturday morning from 11.30am to 13.30pm. You can book a block of classes or book individual drop-in sessions for £24 per person.

To find out more or book a space please contact Mark directly at markentwisle@btinternet.com
Cinema doesn't need to cost an arm and a leg, screenings before 6pm Mon-Fri are £7 for an adult and £5 for an over-60s ticket. 
These prices are all day on Monday. 
Upcoming events:

NT Live: Fleabag

Encore: 3rd October, 20th October, 14th November
1st & 19th December

Sunday 22 September - NT Encore - Small Island SOLD OUT

Saturday 28 September - NT Live - One Man, Two Guvnors

Thursday 17 October - NT Live - A Midsummer Night's Dream
See you in the screens!

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