We would like to wish a Happy New Year to all our members. The season starts again on 7 January. After that there will be a further eight films, including one that is yet to be selected.
Dean Close School tells us it is going to install a bicycle shed. Good news for cycling members. More information as soon as we have it.
Our first new film, unannounced at the beginning of the season, will be Apollo 11. We will be showing it on Tuesday 3 December at 19:45. Apollo 11 is a remarkable documentary about the first mission to the moon, directed by Todd Douglas Miller and constructed from archive footage, photographs and audio recordings made on the ground and by the astronauts during their trip. The story is told with no [cont'd.]
We’re pleased to say our autumn event, Musicals!, was a great success. We drew at least 125 people across the three films, far ahead of the target of 95 laid down for us by the BFI. The after-show party was well-attended and people seemed to have a good time. Thanks to the excellent band and to the staff and volunteers at Cheltenham Playhouse. If anyone has a completed feedback form, [cont'd.]
To brighten up Autumn, we have organised a special day of musical films at Cheltenham Playhouse. It will take place on Saturday 26 October and features Sing Street, The Boy Friend and Cabaret. The films start at 11.00am and will be followed by an after-show party in the Playhouse’s cabaret bar. The event is open to members and the general public, so bring your friends. Tickets for members will be £5 per film. Full details are [cont'd.]