Gartmore Community Cinema

Gartmore Community Cinema

In 1936 the two churches in Gartmore were united and the old Free Church building became the Village Hall.

Since the first Community Action Plan in 2002, the re-development of the Village Hall was continually voted top of the list of potential projects in every community consultation. The old Village Hall was a cold, unwelcoming, dilapidated building and not fit for purpose. The Hall Development Group was formed in 2007 and after many days, weeks, months and years of meetings and grant application form filling, they were fortunate to receive grant funding from the Big Lottery, Forth Valley and Lomond LEADER, the People and Communities Fund, the Climate Challenge Fund, The Robertson Trust, Scottish Power Green Energy Trust and the Gordon Fraser Trust.

Gartmore Community Cinema FILM TIMES

http://www.gartmorevillagehall.co.uk/whats-on/4579655767




2017/2018 Gartmore cinema film Season of cinema

6th October 2017 8pm
“The Third Man” (PG)

11th November 2017 8pm
Mike Nolan Silent film night
Live accompaniment to Harold Lloyd’s
“Safety First” (U)

12th December 2017 8pm
“Saturday Night Fever” (18)

23rd December 2017 8pm
“It’s A Wonderful Life” (U)

29th December 2017 8pm
“The Magnificent Seven” (PG)

6th January 2018 8pm
“Crash” (15)

3rd February 2018 8pm
Il Postino (U)

10th March 2018 8pm
“A Street Car Named Desire” (12A)

31st March 2018 8pm
“Out of Africa” (PG)

Evening Screenings: (Door & Bar opens 7.30pm)

Ticket Costs: Adults £4.00
Children £2.00 (Under 16)

Season Ticket: £20.00 and free entry to ALL films.

Tickets available on the door
Season tickets also available in the Gartmore Village shop.