St Edmund's Hall, Goldbrook, Hoxne, IP21 5AN
Film nights are held every month in St Edmund's Hall and we aim to offer a wide range of films appealing to as many people as possible. Generally the evenings are on the second Friday in every month.
We normally have a few films scheduled at a time and choose them by the recommendations collected from our audiences.
Doors open about 7:00pm with films starting at 7:30pm. We always have a short interval halfway through so that our audiences can have a break. The bar facilities are open both before the film and during the interval serving drinks, popcorn and ice cream. Tickets are £4.00.
Call 01379 668060 to book your tickets
or use the contact form.
If you have suggestions of films you would like included in our next programme please contact us using the contact form.
A writer (Lily James) forms a bond with the residents of Guernsey in the aftermath of World War II. She writes a book about their wartime experiences. Having the courage to reach for what you want is the essence of this engaging film. (12A)
Friday 12th October 2018
A drama set in 1950s London; Dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) and his sister Cyril (Lesley Manville) are at the centre of British fashion. Women come and go through Woodcock's life, until he comes across a young, strong-willed woman, Alma (Vicky Krieps), who soon becomes a fixture in his life as his muse and lover. The film was chosen by the National Board of Review as one of the top ten films of 2017. At the 90th Academy Awards it earned six nominations including Best Picture and Best Actor. It also earned four nominations at the 71st British Academy Film Awards, winning for Best Costume Design, and received two Golden Globe nominations. (15)
Friday 9th November 2018
Friday 14th December 2018
The incredible story of Donald Crowhurst (Colin Firth), an amateur sailor who competed in the 1968 Sunday Times Golden Globe Race in the hope of becoming the first person in history to single-handedly circumnavigate the globe without stopping. With an unfinished boat and his business and house on the line, Donald leaves his wife, Clare (Rachel Weisz) and their children behind, hesitantly embarking on an adventure on his boat the Teignmouth Electron. The story of Crowhurst's dangerous solo voyage and the struggles he confronted on the epic journey while his family awaited his return is one of the most enduring mysteries of recent times. (12A)
“A boy, a girl, and the worst football team in Britain. You can’t choose who you’re going to fall in love with.” The Bromley Boys, tells the story of David Roberts (Brenock O’Connor) and his love affair with his local football team Bromley F.C. We start in 1966 with England winning the World Cup and young Dave falling madly in love with the sport right afterwards. His passion for the game manifests in his desire to attend some live matches at one of the big teams, his parents, more specifically his Dad, Donald (Alan Davies) is against the idea. His Mum, Gertie (Martine McCutcheon) comes up with the idea of attending local small, very small in comparison, Bromley F.C. Reluctant at first, Dave decides to take his mum up on the offer and that’s where his passion flourishes. During his time attending the matches, he meets Ruby McQueen the daughter of the owner of the football club who he begins to fall for. (PG)