San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Dad’s Army (PG)
Friday 29th July @ 7:30pm
The Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon deal with a visiting female journalist and a German spy as World War II draws to its conclusion. Featuring an all-star cast including Katherine Zeta-Jones, Bill Nighy and Toby Jones as Captain Mainwaring.
For our screening of Dad’s Army we would like to encourage any of our audience who wish to come in costume from the 1940’s/Second World War to do so - our team will be in costume on the night!
Doors will be open at the earlier time of 6.30pm to allow you to have a look at photographs of York and the local area during World War Two which will be on display in the hall. We would also love to see any of your photographs and memorabilia from the time - so bring them along to share with the team and fellow audience members!
Director: Oliver Parker
Running time approx 100 mins
(Contains mild bad language, violence, innuendo)
Film at the Folk Hall aims to show a wide variety of films, generally on the first Friday of the month, in a very informal setting with the extras you would expect at a mainstream cinema incoluding cinema spec screen and projector as well as ice cream, refreshments from the Café and an evening bar. Please note that the venue is fully accessible with wheelchair access through out and accessible toilets.
When & Where
Film at The Folk Hall
Film at the Folk Hall is a community cinema based in the Folk Hall, New Earswick. It is run entirely by volunteers and prides itself on giving a high quality cinematic experience right at the heart of the community at an affordable price. It aims to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere at every screening so that everyone can enjoy friendly and accessible film shows with old friends or have the opportunity to get to know new ones.