Friday: Wild Rose

On Friday 7th June, Chilworth Moviola is showing Wild Rose (cert. 15), a young Glaswegian with dreams of going to the US. Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley) is a big character, with talent. All she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Rose’s mother, Marion (Julie Walters), doesn’t approve and would rather see her stick to a cleaning job. But Rose finds unexpected encouragement from the middle-class lady of the house in which she works. Continue reading

Moviola – Mary Poppins

On Sunday, 30th June, Chilworth Moviola is putting on its first Children’s Matinee, Mary Poppins Returns.  Tickets only £5 each, and the price includes popcorn and a cup of juice.

Tea/coffee and other refreshments will be available. This will be a relaxed performance – all welcome.  Doors 3.30pm for 4.00 start.

Age guide: 5+  (Children – please bring an adult!)

For full details, including trailer and a link to ticket sales go to the Chilworth Moviola Programme page.

Friday: The Keeper

On Friday, Chilworth Moviola is showing The Keeper, a biographical, romantic drama telling the story of Bert Trautmann, a German paratrooper who after being released from his PoW camp at the end of WWII became Manchester City’s goalkeeper.  For those who aren’t football fans, fear not – this is more a romantic biopic than a footie film. Continue reading

A Star Is Born

On Thursday evening Chilworth Moviola is showing A Star Is Born with Lady Gaga in the role that was originally played by Barbra Streisand.  Tickets are just £5, exclusively from Eventbrite.  It’s important to reserve a ticket, but you may elect to pay at the door. Simply select ‘Pay at the door’ when the system asks for your credit card number. Continue reading

Moviola: next movies on sale!

Tickets are now on sale for the next two Moviola evenings.  The third and fourth movies in our second season are The Levelling and Viceroy’s House, to be shown on Sunday, 26th November and Sunday, 10th December respectively.  Find out more here on the programme page, where there are trailers and a button you click to buy or reserve your tickets.  If you prefer, just e-mail the organisers saying how many tickets you would like to reserve for each movie, and they’ll do the rest.  You may pay on the door so long as you have reserved a ticket.