In October of 2015 Blunham Village Hall received a Lottery Grant to provide a cinema. The first film was screened in February 2016 and films are now shown monthly on the last Friday of the month.
Doors open at 6 45. Doors close at 7 20. Films start at 7 30. Snacks and ice creams will be on sale. Adults, £4. Children under 16, £2. Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children), £10
For tickets please email the Village Hall, email@example.com
Upcoming Regular Friday Night Features:
27th July — Paddington 2
31st August — The Butler
28th September — Captain Phillips
26th October — The Post
30th November — Darkest Hour
Blunham Community Cinema is proud to show Darkest Hour in conjunction with the Village’s WAR CENTENARY EXHIBITION which will be presented at Blunham Church on the 10th and 11th of November.
Like many churches across the country, we are staging an exhibition to
commemorate the end of World War I with a stunning installation of
hundreds of knitted poppies, and memorabilia. We will also have a World
War I expert present on the Saturday who will be happy to talk about his
collection of fascinating artefacts. Refreshments will include ‘Trench Cake’
from an authentic recipe – this was made by wives and mothers and sent
to the troops in the trenches.
A central part of the exhibition will focus on the men listed on Blunham’s Roll of
Honour and we are trying to trace descendants of these men so that we
can put together a tribute for each of them, with photographs if possible.
Thanks to the generosity of sponsors from the village, we are purchasing
21 acrylic ‘There But Not There’ silhouettes to sit in the pews facing the
roll of honour in the George Chapel; one for each man whose name is
of these in a church setting. We also hope to purchase the name blocks to
accompany each silhouette; these cost £10 each, and so far we have
sponsors for 9 of these. For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
28th December — Englishman Who Went Up a Hill and Came Down a Mountain