East Meon Cinema at the Village Hall
All are welcome to
EAST MEON CINEMA
The big screen in your village
Due to Covid-19, we regret that East Meon Cinema screenings are postponed to 2021. More details and dates will be posted as soon as possible.
With best wishes
The East Meon Cinema Team
All films are shown in East Meon Village Hall at 7.30pm.
Tickets are £6 each and can be bought at East Meon Village Shop, or on the door on the night or email Lucy Hollis at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve.
The doors and the bar open at 7pm.
See you there!
Recently released movies are screened in the Village Hall at 7.30pm on the last Friday of every month from September to April. The films are sourced by Moviola, which provides over 200 villages and towns in the UK with a selection of recent releases. Most popular are British movies, especially those which star senior actors such as Dames Judi Dench or Maggie Smith, Tom Wilkinson or Colin Firth. The King’s Speech, The Imitation Game and Best Exotic Marigold Hotel are among the films which have been screened to capacity audiences.
Thanks to a grant from the BFI, the Village Hall now has its own high quality projector and full-size screen, which allows us to screen more adventurous films, such as Kajaki, a much acclaimed but harrowing account of British soldiers defending a reservoir in Afghanistan, whose producer lives in East Meon. We also organized a ‘festival’ of Great War movies, and hope to arrange further specialist screenings.
Wine and ice creams are served on films evenings, and pre-cinema meals are available at both village pubs.
If you would like to be informed about future screenings, contact email@example.com.