Fulbourn Arts

Arts events in Fulbourn Cambridgeshire

Cinema

FulbournCinema big screen is back!

The planned next showing on Friday 6th Nov 2020 has had to be cancelled due to lockdown. However, our next showing was planned for Friday 11th Dec 2020 at 7:30pm for 7:45pm start and is still going ahead. The film is:

‘The Greatest Showman’ – the acclaimed Oscar nominated 2017 ‘feel-good’ movie-musical by Michael Gracey starring Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams and Zac Efron. Please note this film is certificate PG.

Tickets £5 in cash on the door.

IMPORTANT – ALL SEATS MUST BE RESERVED IN ADVANCE BY SENDING AN EMAIL TO:
fulbourncinema@btinternet.com
NO ADMITTANCE ON THE DOOR WITHOUT A RESERVATION.
This is to ensure we don’t over-fill the available space from a social distancing requirements perspective.

The critics were scornful but audiences ignored them and went to see it in their droves, some going several times, making it the third-highest-grossing musical ever. Oscar nominated (Best Picture), it won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song and a Grammy for Best Compilation Soundtrack.

‘It’s as if Baz Luhrmann went back in time and made a musical for MGM in the late ’40s.’ (Variety)

‘It isn’t hard to see how the film’s feelgood factor can give audiences a much-needed sense of escape or respite… an old-time musical built on classical lines, but it also pays lip service in its music to current trends.’ (The Guardian)

‘[Hugh Jackman] truly gets to unleash his inner trouper, and he barely stops singing, dancing and flicking around a top hat from beginning to end.’ (BBC.com)

‘P.T. Barnum is famous for saying there’s a sucker born every minute and he’s still right. For 105 minutes I’m a sucker for his movie, that may not be the greatest show on Earth but close enough.’ (Tampa Bay Times)


Please bring your facemask. There is a new socially distanced cinema layout which provides seating around small tables and with extra seating available further back. Your contact details will be taken from your email for Track & Trace purposes. We hope to be able to serve refreshments in the Hall. To be confirmed nearer the time.

Confirmation about further screenings will be published here, and also on the Fulbourn Arts Facebook page HERE, the Fulbourn Community Noticeboard facebook page HERE, and the Fulbourn Group Information Facebook page HERE.

Keep an eye on these pages and if you’re not on Facebook then just drop a line to Fulbourn Cinema email at fulbourncinema@btinternet.com and we’ll let you know about the next screening.

The Cinema organising group reserve the Townley Memorial Hall for regular film nights. Doors open at 7.30 pm and shows commence at 7.45 pm.

Certifications are shown where we have been able to establish them. Please take them into account when deciding whether or not to bring young children with you.

Hope to see you there!

Here are a few of the films we’ve shown in the past.

  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s (12) / One Day in June…
  • Man on Wire (12)
  • The Queen (PG 13)
  • Il Postino (U)
  • Kind Hearts and Coronets (U)

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Fulbourn Arts is a group set up to organise and promote arts events in the village of Fulbourn, Cambridge, UK. New members of the group are always welcome, as well as additional volunteers we can call on to help manage events.

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