Pembridge Film Nights
Non-profit community cinema
About Pembridge Film Nights
About us: We are the only Flicks in the Sticks community cinema to run in a pub - and probably the smallest Flicks venue too! The New Inn in Pembridge, in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside, is a lovely old pub on the famous Black and White Trail. The function room transforms into a mini-cinema on occasional evenings during the season.
Tickets and times: Normal admission is pegged at just £5 plus a very small online booking fee. The New Inn opens at 6.00pm (7pm on Sundays and closed all day on Tuesdays), and presentations (usually on Thursday evenings) normally start at 7.00pm. You can sometimes buy tickets on the door, but recent shows have sold out, so check this website or phone (01544 388427 ) before travelling just to be sure.
Our 2022-2023 presentations
15th October: Belfast (SOLD OUT)
10th November: The Duke (SOLD OUT)
24th November: Fisherman's Friends 2 (SOLD OUT)
Thursday 15th December at 7pm
Phantom of the Open (12)
"This comedy had our audience laughing out loud and got a round of applause at the end. For those who remember the 70s - the fashion, music and TV style of the time - it will certainly be a hit." Flicks in the Sticks feedback
This is a real feel-good comedy that will have you laughing out loud a lot of the time! It tells the remarkable true story of Maurice Flitcroft, a crane operator and optimistic dreamer from Barrow-in-Furness who, with the support of his family and friends, managed to gain entry to the 1976 British Open, despite never playing a round of golf before. With pluckiness and unwavering self-belief, Maurice pulls off a series of stunning, hilarious and heartwarming attempts to compete at the highest level of professional golf, drawing the ire of the golfing elite but becoming a British folk hero in the process.
Thursday 12th January at 7pm
Mrs Harris goes to Paris (PG)
The most timely film of the year so far is a featherlight feelgood comedy about the zany Parisian adventures of a loveable self-described London charwoman. The film stars Lesley Manville, in another gasp-inducingly great performance as Ada Harris, a cleaning lady and war widow who in 1957 embarks on a trip to Paris to buy a £500 Christian Dior dress. The movie is, however, embedded with the issues of the day, and features strikes, poverty, social upheaval, income disparity, fiscal mismanagement and even a throwaway bit about the British appreciation of a queue. (Sunday Times)
If you reserve seats by email or phone us, we may record your name, phone number and email address. This information will only be used to contact you in connection with your specific enquiry or booking, and/or (if you have so requested) to send you information regarding future Pembridge Film Nights and related events. We will not disclose any personal information to any outside person or organisation and we will do our best to respect your privacy. Should any concern arise, please contact us (contact details below). Thank you.
You can contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If emailing please make sure you give us your name, contact phone number and your email address If you don't get a response within a few days, please try again! You can also try phoning the venue - Noon to 2pm and 7pm to 9pm (except Tuesday when closed).
Join our mailing list
Simply email us at email@example.com and put "join mailing list" in the subject line or in the main text, and you'll get a regular (but not intrusive) reminder about our forthcoming films. To unsubscribe, email us and put "unsubscribe" in the subject line.
How to find us
There is parking in the New Inn car park (please do not block garages or gates). There is also a free public car park behind the King's House Restaurant, which is about 2 minutes walk from the New Inn.