Cawley Hall, Eye

Near Leominster, HR6 0DS

Toilet access Yes Toilet access
Toilet space limited No Toilet space limited
Wheelchair access level No Wheelchair access level
Standard WC No Standard WC
Rear wheelchair access Yes Rear wheelchair access
Ramped wheelchair access Yes Ramped wheelchair access
Ramped down wheelchair access No 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 Live Shows


Friday10Apr

The Harmonettes
Dorothy's War

Spring 1919: the War is over, it’s an important day for the village, a day of celebration - a bright, hopeful day. But for Annie and Elizabeth this is also the day when a woman arrives in the village who will change their lives forever. Who is she? What has she to do with them? And who is the man that connects them all? Based on the extraordinary, true story of a woman’s amazing journey into the heart of a man’s war. “Dorothy’s War” is told through songs of the period ranging from much-loved favourites to forgotten gems all sung live in close-harmony. A welcome return from the Harmonettes - sell out favourites with Arts Alive.

Age range
age 12+

Tickets Adult: £10.00  Child: £5.00  Family: £25.00

Time
19:30

Enquiries
01568 615836

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Upcoming Films


Sunday8Mar

The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (15)

The cheerful, charming, story of sprightly Allan who disappears from the old people’s home on his 100th birthday and soon has the police and a gang of Nazis on his tail. Through Allan’s picaresque journey we learn the story of his life and his impact on world events. The great pleasure he gets from blowing things up leads via mental hospital, the Spanish Civil War, the Manhattan Project, and the Gulag, to ridiculous encounters with Franco, Stalin, Reagan, and finally to a career as a double agent. A wonderfully entertaining shaggy dog story that neatly balances dark humour and playful storytelling.

Tickets
Adult: £5.50 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
114

Enquiries
01568 615836

Extra Event Information
Screening as part of Borderlines Film Festival Click here for Borderlines Website and box office numbers

Tickets unavailable online via Arts Alive


Sunday15Mar

Mr. Turner (12a)

Mr. Turner explores the last quarter century of the great if eccentric British painter J.M.W. Turner (1775-1851). Profoundly affected by the death of his father, loved by a housekeeper he takes for granted and occasionally exploits sexually, he forms a close relationship with a seaside landlady with whom he eventually lives incognito in Chelsea, where he dies. Throughout this, he travels, paints, stays with the country aristocracy, visits brothels, is a popular if anarchic member of the Royal Academy of Arts, has himself strapped to the mast of a ship so that he can paint a snowstorm, and is both celebrated and reviled by the public and by royalty.

Tickets
Adult: £5.50 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
150

Enquiries
01568 615836

Extra Event Information
Screening as part of Borderlines Film Festival Click here for Borderlines Website and box office numbers

Tickets unavailable online via Arts Alive


Friday20Mar

The Imitation Game (12a)

Based on the real life story of legendary code-breaker Alan Turing, this portrays the nail-biting race against time by his brilliant top-secret team to break the Enigma Code, during the darkest days of World War II. A truly original mathematician, Turing was crucial to Britain’s war efforts and later helped to develop the first computers, but died in disgrace after being prosecuted for his homosexuality. Strong, stirring, triumphant and tragic, Cumberbatch is in his element playing the prickly genius in this rousing tribute to those who think differently from the rest.

Tickets
Adult: £5.00 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
114

Enquiries
01568 615836

Extra Event Information
A pre-film supper (£6) is available at 6.15pm. Please ring 01568 615836 to book.

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Saturday18Apr

The Hundred-Foot Journey (PG)

The family of talented cook, Hassan Kadam, has a life filled with both culinary delights and profound loss. Drifting through Europe after fleeing political violence in India that killed the family restaurant business and their mother, the Kadams arrive in France. Once there, a chance auto accident and the kindness of a young woman, Marguerite, in the village of Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val inspires Papa Kadam to set up a Indian restaurant there. Unfortunately, this puts the Kadams in direct competition with the snobbish Madame Mallory's acclaimed haute cuisine establishment across the street where Marguerite also works as a sous-chef. The resulting rivalry eventually escalates in personal intensity until it goes too far.

Tickets
Adult: £5.00 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
122

Enquiries
01568 615836

Extra Event Information
Pre-film supper (£6) available at 6.15pm. Please book ahead (01568 615836)

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Saturday2May

What We Did On Our Holiday (12a)

David Tennant, Rosamund Pike and Billy Connolly star in this feature film adaptation of the winning formula behind BBC smash-hit sitcom Outnumbered, centred on separated couple Doug and Abi, and the antics of their precocious, wisecracking three children. On a trip to Scotland to celebrate Doug's father Geordie's 75th birthday, Doug and Abi try to put aside their differences and have an enjoyable weekend. A charming and offbeat comedy with a wide family-friendly appeal, able to connect with audience members as age-diverse as its characters.

Tickets
Adult: £5.00 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
95

Enquiries
01568 615836

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Saturday16May

The Theory of Everything (2014) (12a)

Based on Jane Hawking’s memoir, this is the sweet, love-filled story of her life with the extraordinary Stephen Hawking. Together they defy impossible odds and achieve more than they could ever have dreamed. A healthy, active young man, at 21, Hawking received an earth-shattering diagnosis. With Jane fighting tirelessly by his side, Stephen embarks on his most ambitious scientific work, studying the very thing he now has precious little of - time. Two brilliant lead performances make for a tremendously moving and inspirational experience. Certainly Redmayne’s astonishing turn merits comparison with Daniel Day-Lewis in My Left Foot.

Tickets
Adult: £5.00 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
123

Enquiries
01568 615836

Extra Event Information
A pre-film meal (£6) may be available

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