Heyford Picturedrome opened its doors for the first time on Thursday 20th January 2011, in Nether Heyford Village Hall. The idea for starting a film night in the village hall emerged from a survey conducted by the Village Hall Committee and was taken up by a small group of people also keen to see another community focused event in the village, and one which maybe would serve people who would otherwise not be able to attend film screenings.
On the third Thursday of each month, there will be a film screening at 7:45pm. Prior to the screening, tea and coffee is served (included in the ticket price), doors open at 7pm, and then at the end of the performance there will be an opportunity to discuss the film and enjoy refreshment. There will be a licensed bar for the purchase of wine and soft drinks.
On a regular basis the audience are asked to choose their favourite film or film genre so that future screenings will reflect their choice as far as possible.
Since the first event in January 2011, the film nights have been very successful, attracting audiences of about 60 and we expect to continue this success into the future. The intention is that this is not just a film night but also an opportunity for a social evening.
Film nights are advertised on posters distributed in Nether Heyford, Bugbrooke and Weedon and in The Prattler magazine.
No joining fee. Admission – £4 for adults and £2 for children under 16. Pay on door
Tony Clewett 01327 341533
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