Community Film Nights

at Tullynessle Hall

Over the past few years the Hall has presented a series of current and  popular mainstream films for the benefit of the community during the Autumn - Spring period. We are pleased to say that there will be another series this coming 2018-2019 season. For details the films we plan to show please see below once they have been selected.

Doors open at 7:00pm. Tickets are £5 on the door. Refreshments (Tea, Coffee, Juice, Popcorn) will be available, but feel free to BYOB and make a night of it!

(If you would like to enjoy a more diverse film-going experience then consider going along to the Film Club which also explores British Independent films, Foreign films, Documentaries, Animations etc. See information on the Film Club page here )


The dates and films to be shown next season can be seen below. The season continues on Friday 26th April with a presentation of:





Supported by:








Friday 21st September
Friday 21st September
FINDING YOUR FEET (2017) (Cert 12) (102 mins)

Director: Richard Loncraine; Starring Joanna Lumley, Celia Imrie, Imelda Staunton

A posh woman on the eve of retirement discovers her husband of 40 years is having an affair and has to take refuge with her bohemian older sister
Friday 16th November
Friday 16th November
PADDINGTON – 2 (2017) (Cert PG) (102 mins)

Director: Paul King; Starring Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters

A sequel in which Paddington gets in to a spot of bother over his birthday present for Aunt Lucy
Friday 15th February
Friday 15th February

(To be confirmed)THE GREATEST SHOWMAN (2017) (Cert PG) (102 mins)

Director: Michael Gracey; Starring Zac Efron, Rebecca Ferguson, Hugh Jackman

A musical drama recreating the story of showman P T Barnum in the 1800s leading to the birth of show business
Friday 26th April
Friday 26th April

(To be confirmed) GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (2017) (Cert PG) (103 mins)

Director: Simon Curtis; Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Kelly Macdonald, Margot Robbie

A biopic covering the relationship between the author A A Milne and his son Christopher Robin – the inspiration behind Winnie-the-Pooh.

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