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Walsingham Parish Hall, High Street, Walsingham NR22 6AA
Doors open at 7pm for refreshments and ticket sales (more…)
Join us at Walsingham Picture Palace at Walsingham Parish Hall, for our September show on Tuesday 25th at 7.30pm, when we screen ‘The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society’ (12).
On Tuesday August 28th at 7.30
at Walsingham Picture Palace, Walsingham Parish Hall, 14 High Street, Walsingham NR22 6AA
Tickets on the door, £4 adult, £2 under 25. Doors open at 7pm for tickets sales and refreshments. (more…)
The Post 12A 116 mins
Oscar winners Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep, and Tom Hanks team up for the first time in this thrilling film based on a true story. Determined to uphold the nation’s civil liberties, Katharine Graham (Streep), publisher of The Washington Post, and hard-nosed editor Ben Bradlee (Hanks) join forces to expose a decades-long cover-up. But the two must risk their careers – and their freedom – to bring truth to light in this powerful film with a celebrated cast.
Two interesting Walsingham and District History Society talks coming up in November and December.
Thursday 2nd November 2017 at 7.30 pm.
Mutiny on the Bounty – the Norfolk Connection by Alan Leventhall
Thursday 7th December 2017 at 7.30 pm.
400 years of Holkham Hall by Christine Hiskey
Members £1. Non members £3. Non members very welcome. Refreshments.
Walsingham Village Hall, Wells Road, NR22 6DJ
Join us for our half term screening! On Tuesday 24th October at 7.30pm.
We screen the animated film MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE (PG) + short (originally voiced in French, we are screening the English language version).
With Erick Abbate, Romy Beckman, Ness Krell, Amy Sedaris. Director Claude Barras. 66mins
Nominated in the 2017 Oscars Best Animation category, an animated film which defies categorisation. A film for half term week, this is not a purely children’s film. Claude Barras’ stop-motion animated feature is a poignant and well observed story about the darker side of childhood. It touches on bereavement, bullying and the desperate plight of young orphans but does so in a way that is humorous and ultimately redemptive.