The next three Chilworth Moviola showings have been scheduled. They are:
|The Post||Thu, 21st June
|Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri||Thu, 12th July
For more information, including trailers and how to obtain tickets, please go to the Moviola Programme page.
The dates of the next four Moviola evenings are now set. The organisers would like to thank all those who expressed preferences in the recent poll. The four movies are Dunkirk, Victoria & Abdul, The Mountain Between Us, and Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool. Tickets are now on sale!. Continue reading
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.
Tickets are selling well for our second season’s second movie, The Sense of an Ending, based on Julian Barnes’s novel, to be shown on Thursday, 12th October. Go here for more information, including a trailer and a link to ticket sales (only £5). Pre-booking essential. Numbers limited for comfort. Nibbles and non-alcoholic refreshments on sale but BYOB welcome. Doors at 7pm (please don’t be earlier as we’ll be setting up), programme starts promptly at 7.30pm.
The new Moviola season is nearly upon us. Dates for your diary are:
- Saturday, September 9th – Another Mother’s Son
- Thursday, October 12th – The Sense of an Ending
- Sunday, November 26th – The Levelling
- Sunday, December 10th – Viceroy’s House
Look out for further details in separate posts about each showing.
There’s now less than a week to go before we show A United Kingdom, a romantic true story, on Sunday, 23rd April. This is the last movie of our successful first season. Go here for more information, including a trailer and a link to ticket sales. Pre-booking essential. Numbers limited for comfort. Nibbles and non-alcoholic refreshments on sale but BYOB welcome. Doors at 7pm, programme starts promptly at 7.30pm.
Tickets are now available for the April movie A United Kingdom, a romantic true story, to be shown on Sunday, 23rd April. Go here for more information, including a trailer and a link to ticket sales. Pre-booking essential. Numbers limited for comfort. Nibbles and non-alcoholic refreshments on sale but BYOB welcome. Doors at 7pm, programme starts promptly at 7.30pm.
Tickets for Bridget Jones’s Baby on Thursday, 9th February are selling well. Tickets are now also available for the March movie, The Girl on the Train, which will be shown on Sunday, 12th March. Go here for more information, including a trailer and a link to ticket sales.
Chilworth Moviola is showing Woody Allen’s Cafe Society at the Hall on the evening of Sunday, 15th January. It was originally planned to show Bridget Jones’s Baby but distribution problems forced the postponement of that until Thursday, 9th February. Attendance at Chilworth Moviola shows is ticket-only, but pre-reserved tickets may be paid for on the door if you don’t like buying online. Even more conveniently, you may reserve your tickets simply by sending an e-mail and the organisers will do the rest. Full details of both films, including trailers, may be found on this page. Non-alcoholic refreshments are available (and popcorn) and you’re welcome to BYOB.
Based on the results from our earlier survey of preferences, Chilworth Moviola is kicking off with its first two dates, one on a weekend and the other a weeknight. On Saturday, 1st October, our inaugural movie is “Our Kind of Traitor”, a John Le Carre novel brought the screen by Susanna White and starring Damian Lewis.
Find further details on the Chilworth Moviola Programme page, including how to buy or reserve tickets at just £5 each. The idea is to make this a comfortable evening out and so, while you may elect not to pay online, payment at the door will only be possible with a reserved ticket.