Moviola brings the best in cinema to your community, wherever you live in the UK – in the last year nearly 2,000 film shows for 125,000 people.
Kilmington shows the films on a wide screen in the village hall with seating for 100. The first showing in Kilmington was in March 2005 with the film “Vanity Fair”. Since it started until December 2019 we have shown 112 films selling 7,785 tickets and raising £19,218 for the Village Hall funds.
Tickets booked in advance (£5.00) or on the door (£5.50). Advance booking by phoning 01297 639758, please leave contact details and the booking will be confirmed or email: email@example.com.
Downton Abbey (PG)
Wednesday 5th February 2020
The setting now is 1927, and lawks-a-mercy, the grand house of Downton is all
of a flutter and a fluster upstairs and down with news that King George V night and make a military inspection of local troops: “There’s to be a parade of
hussars in the village!” yelps someone excitedly. But oh dear, the downstairs
staff are enraged when the monarch brings in his own royal servants who pull
rank on them, while the formidable Countess of Grantham (Smith) is nettled to
see that the Queen has brought her lady-in-waiting Lady Bagshaw (Staunton), a
distant cousin with whom she has a serious beef. Also, some little silver knick-
knacks around the house are going missing, and there’s a mysterious military
fellow who seems to have taken a room in a pub with a view overlooking where
His Majesty will be standing on the village green.
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