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Festival Events

Over the weekend of 12-13-14th september,

To coincide with the Heritage festival we will be providing vast swathes of cultural events kicking off with:


Friday 12th September 7:30pm 

The first of the 


Ardman Animations Films Introduced by Director Andy Symanowski.

These are family films with a few extras thrown in.

£4 on the door (kids on Carpet £1) 


Saturday from 10am Animation Workshops 

Click here for more details (external Facebook page).

 Saturday 13th September 7:30pm FREE.


A local premier of a film art installation inspired by real life

accounts of the first world war.

Followed by 

Gerry Lyseight DJ set of ‘Mango Landing’ fame. 


Sunday 14th September 7:30pm £12.50 in advance £9 concs.




A stirling salute to our courageous lads and lasses off to  fall-in and follow the call to victory.



Bar serves snacks locally brewed beer(draft and bottled), wine

and soft drinks


‘The Devil Rides Out’ Free Screening Event

NEWS UPDATE: Having had a practice screening of the film we can confirm this will be a full Cinema experience, our 16 foot purpose built high quality screen is in place. We will screen the ORIGINAL film , not the touched up blu-ray. This of course means the soundtrack is also original, which in our opinion is no bad thing. It’s going to be quite a show.

Our first screening of the year will be on the 2nd of May, the Friday before the second Feast of this year. The film will be the 1968 Hammer classic ‘The Devil Rides Out’. Set in 1929 and featuring Christopher Lee playing a good guy for a change, and Charles Gray (Blofeld from ‘Diamonds Are Forever’), this brilliant slice of British cinema is darkly fantastical and brimming with 60’s style scares.

As this our first film screening event of the year it will be free entry (aren’t we good to you). However, do bring lots of money to spend at our bar as we will have plenty of popcorn and hot dogs!

Viewer discretion is advised as the film is classed as a 15.

There will be a talk beforehand from renowned Horror film critic Dr Karen Oughton  who knows way more about this film than a sane person should!

As well as this there will be a licensed bar and further guests to be announced.

Now, having looked into the sunset times, we are thinking: doors open 7pm, talks start about 8pm, the film itself is one and a half hours long, exact times will be posted here closer to the day.

Come along and get spooked by this brilliant  cult gem!