CINEMA ROUND YER

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 newsdesk@horrabridgetimes.net/

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:

https://www.yelvertoncinema.co.uk/

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:

www.cinema.meavy.org.uk/

The Wharf in Tavistock has a film or two on several days of most weeks. Check:

https://www.tavistockwharf.com/whats_on/cinema/

Calstock Arts film nights are similarly regular:

http://calstockarts.org/

Okehampton has the full-time New Carlton Cinema:

http://okehampton.merlincinemas.co.uk/

Ivybridge has regular film nights at The Watermark:

http://www.ivybridgewatermark.co.uk/cinema/

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.

Check:

https://www.facebook.com/bflscreen/

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.

Check:

http://www.southbrentvillagehall.co.uk/page2.html/

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 – newsdesk@horrabridgetimes.net/

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