With Meavy Cinema now added to the list of occasional venues around Dartmoor, Plymouth and Exeter are no longer the only places to look if you want to catch a film.
The Horrabridge Times has compiled a list of possibles and will be trying to keep up with their schedules. Still looking for a cinema correspondent, by the way: email firstname.lastname@example.org/
Yelverton Cinema is third Saturday of the month at St Paul’s Church Hall. Next up: kids’ matinee at 11.15 am on Nov 18, followed by Viceroy’s House, with Hugh Bonneville playing Lord Mountbatten, at 8 pm. Check:
Meavy Cinema, first Friday of the month, has Churchill, starring Brian Cox as the PM on the eve of D Day, lined up for 7.30 on December 1. Check:
The Wharf in Tavistock has a film or two on several days of most weeks. Check:
Calstock Arts film nights are similarly regular:
Okehampton has the full-time New Carlton Cinema:
Ivybridge has regular film nights at The Watermark:
Buckfastleigh has occasional film days at the town hall, open to visitors from anywhere. Next one is Sat Dec 16 – BFG for kids, then the James Stewart classic It’s A Wonderful Life in the evening from 8.30.
South Brent also has a film club which welcomes visitors. Next up, on Sun Nov 26, The Light Between Oceans, starring Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander as a lighthouse keeper and his wife.
Moretonhampstead has a film club in a pub, The Globe. Checking on that and will add in details later. Meanwhile, tell us if we have missed one – email@example.com/