Bidford Rural Cinema
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Friday 28 November 2014, 7.00pm at Crawford Memorial Hall.
Bidford Rural Cinema is a partnership between the Crawford Memorial Hall Committee and Bidford Parish Council and its aim is to offer entertainment to the local community at an affordable price.
Tickets are £2.50 and refreshments, sponsored by Warner's Budgens, are reasonably priced - you can have a great evening out with your friends for well under a fiver!
Screenings are on two Fridays each month, and we try to offer a film that is suitable for youngsters every month.
Please note that availability of films is dependent on each film distributor releasing the Theatrical Rights - some do it earlier than others. But rest assured that we work tirelessly to ensure we can offer you the film as soon as the Theatrical Rights are released - so keep your eyes open!
We welcome suggestions to improve this very popular service - please email the clerk with any you may have.
If you wish to be kept updated regarding the rural cinema or any other event and wish to be added to the information email list, please email the clerk and ask to be added to the list - your details will not be distributed to any other party.
BIDFORD RURAL CINEMA WISHES ITS PATRONS A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR
There is no film planned for December 2014, so we will be back on 9 January 2015 at the start of what we hope will be an exciting year for films.
Keep abreast of upcoming films by visiting our events page, where you will also find details of other local events.
In 2015, ticket prices will remain unchanged at £2.50
These may be subject to change should there be another local event taking place on the same day.
- January 9 and 30
- February 6 and 27
- March 6 and 27
- April 10 and 24
- May 1 and 22
- June 5 and 26
- July 3
- August (closed)
- September 4 and 25
- October 2 and 23
- November 6 and 27
- December (tbc)
There are usually no screenings programmed for August due to summer holidays, or late December due to Christmas holidays.
However, should a good film become available during either of those months, or there is sufficient support for a screening, this will be taken into consideration.