“Sadly we have had to CANCEL this Friday’s film show at the hall in view of the current situation regarding the pandemic.”
Due to the current Pandemic and ensuing restrictions the Preston Community Hall have decided to cancel their Autumn film programme scheduled until the end of the year. The Committee hopes to restart films early in the New Year.
“Judy” – Come ‘Somewhere over the Rainbow’ to Preston Community Hall’s night at the ‘pictures’ on Friday 17th April 2020 at 7.15 pm. Doors Open 6:45pm. £4. Refreshments are available.
The next Film Night at Preston Community Hall, film nights is “Downton Abbey” based on the successful and popular TV series. This is a period drama in which an aristocratic family and their staff have to prepare for an unexpected visit from The King and Queen.
Hedon Methodist Church hosts its first Film Night of 2020 “A Street Cat Named Bob” on Thursday 23 January. Doors open at 6.30pm to buy refreshments and popcorn, and the film starts at 7.15pm. No entrance fee but donations welcome.
The next film show (the first of 2020) at Preston Community Hall, is “The Aftermath” starring Keira Knightley showing Friday 24th January at 7.15 pm. Admission £ 4.00. Doors open at 6.45 pm.
The Hedon Methodist Church on Church Lane/New Road corner promises a warm welcome to all those who want to get involved in its Christmas programme of activities…
“Fisherman’s Friends” is the next big film offering at the Preston Community Hall. “A heartwarming tale, a film with a real heart!” Showing Friday, 6 December 2019 at Preston Community Hall at 7.15 pm.
What is Joan Stanley hiding? Come along to Preston Community Hall on Friday 22nd November at 7.15 to find out. Doors open at 6.45 pm. Admission £4.
A community Film Night takes place on Thursday 24 October 2019 at the Hedon Methodist Church. The church is screening “Darkest Hour” with a sensational multi-award-winning performance from Gary Oldman. Doors open 6:30pm, film starts at 7:15pm. Tea, coffee, hot chocolate and popcorn available before the film.
“Stan and Ollie” – The true and untold story of Hollywood’s greatest comedy double act. Film showing on Friday 1st November at the Preston Community Hall at 7.15 pm. Doors open at 6.45 pm. Admission £4.
A NEW SEASON of Film Nights – and new to Hedon – is being hosted by the Hedon Methodist Church. The Greatest Showman – Thursday 26 September 2019, The Darkest Hour – Thursday 24 October 2019, Paddington 2 – Thursday 28 November 2019, Home Alone – Thursday 19 September 2019. Doors open 6:30pm each evening. The film starts at 7:00pm.