St Mary and St Gabriel
Sharing the love of God
You may already know that we’re back! We start the season again on Thursday October 14th – as before it will be the second Thursday in each month from now until the spring (Covid restrictions permitting). There will have to be some Covid measures in place, as below, to make it as safe as possible for everyone attending and consequently there will be a limit on the number of tickets for sale.
So please buy your ticket in advance at Harting Stores or order via email@example.com and pay for them on the door, so as to avoid disappointment by arriving and finding that it is sold out. The price of tickets is £6 as before and the doors will be open at 7pm, and the bar will be open until the film starts at 7.30pm. There will be one interval when the bar will also be open, and ice creams will be available too.
Some basic Covid measures will be in place: we ask you to sanitise your hands on arrival, and wear a face covering out of consideration for others around you. Seats will be well-spaced in the hall, although family units can sit together.
The First Film of the New Season
SOMETIMES ALWAYS NEVER is a delightful off-beat comedy drama with lots of dry British humour, starring Bill Nighy in the lead role together with Jenny Agutter, Sam Riley and Alice Lowe. It should particularly appeal to Scrabble fans as the family in the film is blessed with exceptional vocabulary while playing Scrabble. However, they cannot put these words to use on an everyday basis and hence, they struggle to communicate with each other
Alan is a stylish tailor with moves as sharp as his suits. But he's spent years searching tirelessly for his missing son, Michael, who stormed out over a game of Scrabble. With a body to identify and his family torn apart, Alan must repair the relationship with his youngest son and identify an online player who he thinks could be Michael, so he can finally move on and reunite his family.
Variously described as “Hilarious” – “A distinct, articulate pleasure. Bill Nighy is spellbinding” – “Full of heart and compassion” – “It really gets Scrabble”
Come and join us to enjoy the film and socialise with friends and neighbours.