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Big screen entertainment @ St John’s

We are really excited to announce the starting of a community cinema here at St John’s.

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We are raising money to fix the church spire 1 film at at time. All the money we make on the films goes back into the church absolutely nothing is siphoned off for any other use.

Thank you very much for your support.

All our films will be shown with subtitles, this is so we can include as many people as possible. Our pricing is low, just £5 a ticket or less, we will be offering sweets, hot dogs and even a licensed bar (evening screening only) for you to enjoy.

We are aiming to create a fun time for all the family without breaking the bank.

Tickets for all shows are available online and on the door, we are trying to avoid paper tickets to help the environment.

Cinema show times

Nativity!

Saturday 14th December doors open at 14:00, film starts at 14:30.

A primary school teacher, who was once a failed actor in a former career, is given the task of directing the school’s Nativity play, which doesn’t have a positive track record. Attitudes change however, when it transpires that a Hollywood producer is coming to film the play.

All films are shown with subtitles.

Phantom of the Opera

Saturday 14th December doors open at 19:00, film starts at 19:30.

A real treat for December. Phantom of the opera in our fantastic Grade ii listed buliding. A once in a lifetime showing.

From his hideout beneath a 19th century Paris opera house, the brooding Phantom (Gerard Butler) schemes to get closer to vocalist Christine Daae (Emmy Rossum). The Phantom, wearing a mask to hide a congenital disfigurement, strong-arms management into giving the budding starlet key roles, but Christine instead falls for arts benefactor Raoul (Patrick Wilson). Terrified at the notion of her absence, the Phantom enacts a plan to keep Christine by his side, while Raoul tries to foil the scheme

All films are shown with subtitles. This film will havce a 20 minute interval.

The Queen’s Corgi

Saturday 4th January doors open at 14:00, film starts at 14:30.

Our first film for 2020.

When the Queen’s favourite dog, Rex, becomes lost, he must make new friends and embrace new adventures in order to find his way back to the palace.

All films are shown with subtitles. .

Here are the cinema dates to get into your diaries.

  • November 16th 2019 – Toy Story 4 / Rocketman
  • December 14th 2019 – Nativity! / Phantom of the Opera
  • January 4th 2020 – The Queen’s Corgi / TBC
  • February 1st 2020 – TBC / Downton Abbey
  • March 7th 2020 – TBC
  • April 4th 2020 – TBC
  • May 2nd 2020 – TBC

Our films are all licensed for public viewing through filmbankmedia.com