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Film Nights


At the 

Community Hall

Film Night tickets are  £5.00. Either you can buy them in advance  from Stutton Community or on the door.


Films start at 7.30

There will be an intermission when drinks will be available  

We have installed a super new projector, a new screen and speakers. This will deliver a  cinema experience without having to leave the village! To bring this about, we have had fantastic financial support from the Parish Council, Councillors Mary McLaren and Simon Harley.

Mercy Film
Chesil Film

Friday 26 January


In post-World War II Venice, Hercule Poirot (Branagh), now retired and living in self-imposed exile, reluctantly attends a séance. But when one of the guests is
murdered, the former detective must put his little grey cells to work one more
time to uncover the killer.


Friday 23 Februaary


In 2014, near-nonagenarian Bernie Jordan (Michael Caine) is sad to miss out on an official group outing to the D-Day anniversary in France. Encouraged by wife Rene (Glenda Jackson), he sneaks out from his care home and goes on one last big adventure to cross the Channel, while reminiscing about his wartime experiences. 

It was Glenda Jackson’s last film, and who doesn’t love Michael Caine?

Friday 22 March

The Old Oak

The Old Oak is set in a small town near Durham, whose focal centre is the titular pub.
Landlord TJ Bannatyne (Dave Turner) is struggling to stay afloat during economic uncertainty. As the film begins, the town, previously a mining community that has now plunged into poverty, faces rising tension when Syrian refugees are placed in local homes. While this is met with hostility by the locals, Bannatyne forges a relationship with Yara (Ebla Mari), one of the refugees, and her family, as they organize a food
initiative to help the town community

Friday 26 April


It’s 1967 in Ballygar, a hard-knocks community in outer Dublin. For the womenfolk
who dream of throwing off the shackles of domestic life for a short moment of
freedom, there’s just one chance: to win a pilgrimage to the sacred French town
of Lourdes. And with a little benevolent interference from their cheeky and
rebellious priest, close friends Lily, Eileen, Dolly and Sheila are the 'lucky' few to
win this ticket of a lifetime at their riotous local raffle night.

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