Flix@Loudoun are hosting a film day during half term on Wednesday 29th May.
We will be screening Hugo (U), set in 1930s Paris, with the story following a young orphan who lives in the walls of a train station and becomes wrapped up in the mystery surrounding his late father and a robot-like automaton. This film starts at 10.00am.
Also showing is 2012 blockbuster The Hobbit (12A). A younger and more reluctant Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins, sets out on an unexpected journey to the Lonely Mountain with a spirited group of Dwarves to reclaim their stolen mountain home from a dragon named Smaug. This gets underway at 12.45pm.
The cost is £1.50 per person, which includes both films, popcorn and a drink. You don’t need to reserve a place, so why not visit us and check out the facilities in the @Loudoun building.
Please click HERE for a map showing how to get to the Culture & Media Centre (@Loudoun) on the corner of Bute Street and Plas Iona (CF10 5HW).
In addition to showing films every week, we often have guests from the film industry including directors, editors and make-up artists who come along and give talks about their work. Contact us if you would like to sign up for the Open Cinema club.
Click the banner below for details of the films on show in association with Open Cinema.