The Invisible Woman – Wednesday 18th February 2015

The Invisible WomanThe Invisible Woman (2013). 7.30pm. UK. 1 hr. 51 mins.  Ralph Fiennes. Felicity Jones.  Director Ralph Fiennes.  A happily married Nelly is haunted by her past and this story takes us back in time and follows her relationship with Charles Dickens.

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The Railway Man – Tuesday 20th January 2015

The-Railway-ManThe Railway Man (2013) 7.30pm. UK/Australia. 1hr 56 mins.  Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman.  Director Jonathan Teplitzky.  A British Army officer, badly treated as a prisoner of war at a Japanese labour camp during WW11 recognises his tormentor years later.  He sets out to confront him.

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The African Queen – Wednesday 10th December 2014

The African QueenOur Classic Film – The African Queen (1952) – 7.30pm – US.1hr 45 mins.  Humphrey Bogart, Katherine Hepburn.  Director John Huston.  Humphrey Bogart is Charlie Allnut the slovenly, gin-swilling captain of a tramp steamer in Africa during WW1.  He meets the prim and proper daughter of a British missionary.  Guess what happens?

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The Wolf of Wall Street – Tuesday 18th November 2014

***Please note:  This film starts at the The Wolf of Wall Streetearlier time of 7pm***

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) 7.00pm. US.2hrs 59 mins.  Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill.  Director Martin Scorsese.  From the American dream to corruption and greed in the American Stock Market in the 1980’s.

Doors will be open from 6:15pm

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