Fly Me To The Moon ~ Tuesday 26th November

A sharp, stylish romantic comedy set against the high-stakes backdrop of NASA’s historic Apollo 11 moon landing. Brought in to fix NASA’s public image, sparks fly in all directions as a marketing maven wreaks havoc on the launch directors already difficult task. When the White House deems the mission too important to fail, the countdown truly begins.

Doors open at 7pm, film starts at 7.30pm

Tickets £7.00, pop into the Library or Peephole

Refreshments available, including ice cream!

Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, Woody Harrelson

Running time: Two hours, 12 minutes

Wicked Little Letters ~ Tuesday 24th September

A 1920s English seaside town bears witness to a dark, absurd scandal based on a stranger-than-fiction true story. When Edith and fellow residents start to receive wicked letters full of unintentionally hilarious profanities, foul-mouthed Rose is charged with the crime. The anonymous letters prompt a national uproar, and a trial ensues. However, as the town’s women, begin to investigate the crime themselves, they suspect that something is amiss and Rose might not be the culprit after all.

Doors open at 7pm, film starts at 7.30pm

Tickets £7.00, pop into the Library or Peephole

Refreshments available, including ice cream!

Starring: Jessie Buckley, Olivia Colman, Timothy Spall

Running Time: 1 hour, 40 minutes

LIVING

In 1950s London, a humorless bureaucrat decides to take time off work to experience life after receiving a grim diagnosis. Influenced by a local decadent and vibrant woman, he continues to search for meaning until a simple revelation gives him a purpose to create a legacy for the next generation.

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A Man Called Otto ~ 24th October

Our October film brings the US adaptation of the wonderful book by Fredrik Backman and a remake of Sweden’s “A Man Called Ove”. Otto is a grump who’s given up on life following the loss of his wife and wants to end it all. Doors open at 7pm, film starts at 7.30pm.

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CANCELLED – FOOD & FICTION ~ Chaucer to Dickens

Unfortunately the following event will no longer be taking place due to insufficient numbers. We hope the WEA will return at a later date.

What did Chaucer’s cook prepare in his medieval kitchen? Did Shakespeare live on ‘cakes and ale’? Why did the much-maligned wife of Charles Dickens publish a menu book under the name of ‘Lady Maria Clutterbuck’? Food has always been an important way of showing in literature how people lived, or revealing something about their characters.

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Looking for something new for Spring?

Why not come along to our next WEA event? We are hosting a Multi Media Collage demo on March 23rd…… this will be an interactive event with the tutor online. To BOOK please see below and please make sure you quote the code C2349097 to book.