Tuesday, 26 January 2010

Ashton Keynes Rural Cinema


 If you're local to Ashton Keynes, I've just found out about their delightful village cinema!

Ashton Keynes Rural Cinema runs on the 1st Wednesday of the month - with the exception of August. They have a 4m x 3m screen and full Dolby 7.1 surround sound system (with the only limitation being that they can only pump out the audio that the DVD provides). They can play BluRay DVDs as well as the standard format.

They aim to show a wide variety of films including mainstream ones, often before they get to DVD release, but also cult films that may have been missed at the bigger local cinemas.

The current ticket price is only £3.50. Doors & Bar open at 7pm and the film commences at 7.30pm. It is possible to continue with your drink whilst the film is running, they just ask for people to do it quietly, so no milkshakes then!

Films scheduled at the moment are:  February - Last Chance Harvey; March - Amelia; April - An Education.

Try something new and let me know what you think!

2 comments:

Jessica Harper said...

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Jennifer Purcell said...

Hey Jessica! I had it flagged up to reply to you today... I'll send you an email. Thanks for the lovely comments :O)