Our Community Film Nights have been a huge success at the Kennet Valley Hall, and we are now into our seventh season. The films for 2013 are sure to g...

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Our Community Film Nights have been a huge success at the Kennet Valley Hall, and we are now into our seventh season. The films for 2013 are sure to give you an enjoyable night out in really comfortable chairs.


There is a bar and snacks available before the film, so why not come along, especially if you have not been before, and see why it is so popular.

Doors open 7-00pm

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Licensed Bar and soft drinks Performance starts 7-30pm

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To reserve tickets phone Carolyn Stimpson on 01672 861373

what better way to spend an autumn Sunday evening?

Kennet Valley Hall Community events Organised and run by a volunteers from the Kennet Valley Hall Lockeridge management committee

Box Office number 01672 861373



January 20th

February 10th




Famous writer-directors Ethan and Joel Coen adapt the 60s Michael Caine film with a smashing UK cast headed by Colin Firth, Tom Courtenay and Alan Rickman. “If Colin Firth's downtrodden art curator is to get the better of his unpleasant millionaire employer (Alan Rickman) he must enlist the help of a master forger (Tom Courtenay) and a Texas cowgirl (Cameron Diaz). Ming vases, lions, broken noses and missing trousers all feature in this glorious crime comedy. All extremely silly but very very funny.”

Keenly awaited screen adaptation of the hugely popular musical by Tom Hooper, director of The King’s Speech. Hugh Jackman as Valjean, Ann Hathaway as Fantine, Russell Crowe as Javert, Amanda Seyfried as Cosette. No reviews are available at time of writing but it is unlikely that the film will be anything other than a big hit.

Joe Wright (Pride and Prejudice, Atonement) directs the classic Tolstoy story of marital infidelity in an adaptation by Tom Stoppard. Keira Knightley is Anna, Jude Law her husband Count Karenin and Aaron Johnson is Vronsky. Visually spectacular and with the exciting idea from Stoppard of setting the whole story in a theatre, this is classic filmmaking at its most lush.

Sunday April 7th

Sunday, March 10th


Dustin Hoffman’s first turn at directing a film and with a dream cast: Maggie Smith, Tom Courtenay, Pauline Collins, Michael Gambon, Billy Connolly, Andrew Sachs and Trevor Peacock. This is a version of Roland Harwood’s much loved play, set in a retirement home for ageing musicians where preparations for the annual gala are thrown into chaos by the arrival of Opera Diva Jean (Maggie Smith). Pauline Collins steals the film from everyone - a lovely, fragile performance – but there are so many memorably sweet and poignant moments. A shed load of fun.

We have been showing films at the Kennet Valley Hall for over five years now and the support from the local community has been fantastic. You can prebook for any of the films and we can reserve seats if you prefer a particular place in the Hall. Doors open at 7 o'clock and films start at 7.30, there is a bar, soft drinks, snacks and tea and coffee before the film, so please do come along and have an enjoyable evening.