Cawley Hall, Eye

Near Leominster, HR6 0DS

Toilet access Yes Toilet access
Toilet space limited No Toilet space limited
Wheelchair access level Yes Wheelchair access level
Standard WC Yes Standard WC
Rear wheelchair access Yes Rear wheelchair access
Ramped wheelchair access Yes Ramped wheelchair access
Ramped down wheelchair access Yes Ramped down wheelchair access
Level entrance No Level entrance
Designated parking No Designated parking
Reservable parking Yes Reservable parking
Internal lift No Internal lift
Induction loop Yes Induction loop
Guide dogs Yes Guide dogs

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Upcoming Films


Saturday28May

Amy (15)

A very, very powerful biography indeed from Asif Kapadia, the maker of “Senna”. The formidable talent of Amy Winehouse is laid out for us to see – because in the cool light of retrospect she was a great performer. The film uses a huge amount of footage to tell her story, from the early home video stuff from her difficult childhood through to the glory days. But it is the fragile and self-deprecating personality of the girl that shines through. The final scenes are overwhelming, reducing many of its Cannes premiere audience to tears. And the strength of this great film is to make clear to us the role played in her downfall by a frenzied and ever hungry media which kept on wanting more. This is a tragedy and the film shows us exactly what the world lost when her life ended.

Tickets
Adult: £5.00 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
123

Enquiries
01568 615836

Extra Event Information
Pre-film suppers are sometimes available. Enquiries 01568 615836

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Saturday11Jun

Ricki and the Flash (12a)

Watch Meryl Streep rock out in Jonathan Demme’s (Rachel Getting Married, Philadelphia) rambunctious, fantastically enjoyable and unexpectedly moving comedy-drama, scripted by Diablo Cody (Juno). She’s Ricki, the star of a bar-blues covers band whose peripatetic existence ended her marriage and estranged her from her children. Then: her ex-husband (Kevin Kline) calls to let her know their daughter Julie (played by Streep’s daughter Mamie Gummer) is in trouble; and, reunited with Julie and her other wary children, she starts to mend fences. In another director’s hands it could be formulaic – in Demme’s it’s an emotive, insightful, musical treat - and Streep is a joy.

Tickets
Adult: £5.00 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
101

Enquiries
01568 615836

Extra Event Information
:Pre-film suppers are sometimes available. Enquiries 01568 615836

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Sunday19Jun

Dad's Army (PG)

The film is set during 1944, when World War II was about to reach its end. In Walmington-on-Sea, Captain Mainwaring's Home Guard suffers from low morale. This is until a glamorous journalist arrives, to report on the platoon's exploits. Meanwhile, MI5 have discovered a radio signal transmitted from Walmington-on-Sea towards Berlin, apparently the work of a spy, giving the Home Guard a chance to make a real difference in the war.

Tickets
Adult: £7.00  Child: £3.00  Family: £16.00

Time
3.00pm

Running Time
100

Enquiries
01568 615836

Extra Event Information
This is a Sunday afternoon screening at 3.00pm. The price of £7 includes the film and tea and cakes. Please ring 01568 615836 to book.

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Saturday25Jun

Sunset Song (15)

Ravishing, tremulous and deeply felt, Sunset Song is the latest film from British screenwriter, novelist and director Terence Davies (Of Time and the City, The Deep Blue Sea). Adapted from Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s classic novel, it’s set in coastal Aberdeenshire on the eve of World War I. Agyness Deyn (Electricity) gives an excellent performance as Chris Guthrie, the teenage daughter in a farming family ruled by an oppressive, violent father (Peter Mullan); and when tragedy strikes, she finds a curious liberty in the dissolution of their dysfunctionally tight-knit family. Beautifully, dreamily filmed by cinematographer Michael McDonagh, it has plenty of Davies’ usual nostalgia and impressionistic grace, but also depicts the grim realities of life and nature in this historical rural world with clarity; making this a uniquely powerful picture that's already garnering strong festival press after its Toronto screenings.

Tickets
Adult: £5.00 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
136

Enquiries
01568 615836

Extra Event Information
Pre-film suppers are sometimes available. Enquiries 01568 615836

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Saturday17Sep

West Side Story (PG)

Based on a smash Broadway play updating Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet to the 1950s era of juvenile delinquency, West Side Story stars Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer as the star-crossed lovers from different neighbourhoods--and ethnicities. The film's real selling points, however, are the highly charged and inventive song-and-dance numbers, the passionate ballads, the moody sets, colourful support from Rita Moreno, and the sheer accomplishment of Hollywood talent and technology producing a film so stirring. Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim wrote the score.

Tickets
Adult: £5.00 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
145

Enquiries
01568 615836

Extra Event Information
Part of BFI presents Shakespeare on Film bfi.org.uk/shakespeare Puerto Rican

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