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Come and celebrate the Mexican Day of the Dead festival with the whole family at this FREE event! 2.00pm-5.00pm. We will be watching the Disney film “Coco” and enjoying refreshments and activities. “Coco” is a PG rated film, which means that children under 8 should watch at a parent’s discretion. There will be gentle discussion


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In association with Friends of The Earth we are screening the new documentary “Plastic Oceans”. Doors open 6.30pm – Film starts 7pm  There will be a discssion after the film until 9.30pm. Scientists Solving a Jigsaw Puzzle…Gyre by Gyre If it was happening in one gyre, they suspected it was happening in all of them.


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Sunday 29th April – Doors open 6.30pm – Film starts 7pm – all tickets £5 “Baby Driver” (2017) certificate 18 – running time 1hr 53mins – Director Edgar Wright After being coerced into working for a crime boss, a young getaway driver finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail. Storyline Baby is


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Sunday 15th April – Doors open 6.30pm – Film starts 7pm – all tickets £5  “The Getaway” (1972) certificate 18 running time 2hrs 3mins Carter “Doc” McCoy is a career robber, currently in his fourth year of a ten year prison sentence at the Texas State Penitentiary. After his request for parole is denied despite


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Sunday 1st April – Doors open 6.30pm – Film Starts 7pm – All tickets £5   “Drive” (2011) certificate 18 – running time 1hr 40mins A mysterious man who has multiple jobs as a garage mechanic, a Hollywood stuntman and a getaway driver seems to be trying to escape his shady past as he falls


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Friday Nov 17th. The Noise Eating Monsters plus John Cooke and kek-w Doors open 7.30  – Tickets £9/8 concession (unwaged/under 18) The Noise Eating Monsters play rants, roars and grooves, creating an improvised music inspired by rock, dub and funk. Making a deliriously rhythmic racket the band’s collective credits range from Squarepusher through Derek Bailey