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Yelverton Cinema

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You will find a relaxing setting where you and your friends can bring your own drinks and nibbles and sit back and enjoy a great range of quality film programming including the best of the recent releases. Whether you come as individuals or in a group, we have a set-up to suit everyone. The normal standards of viewing will continue, with lights down and surround sound without distractions, but in a totally relaxed environment.

cheese drinkYelverton Cinema is an arm of the Yelverton Community Projects Charity, run entirely by volunteers and dedicated members of the local community. The aim of the project is to bring the cinema experience to people of all ages living in Yelverton and the surrounding area. The cinema has already proved to be a valuable resource for local residents, helping to reinforce a sense of community. We offer something different and more personal than the regular cinema experience.
    
hallThere is a warm welcome, reasonably priced admission at £4.00, comfortable seating, homemade refreshments available and a chance to get involved in any aspect of our community cinema.

Situated at St Paul's Church hall, the cinema is a minute's walk from the roundabout at Yelverton, making it accessible to people travelling by public transport and car. The hall has been fully equipped with the latest cinema technology, including surround sound and blu-ray projection in order to offer the best possible cinema experience.

Outside of the summer holidays and Christmas we have three film screenings a month on selected Saturdays. The Children's and alt. cinema take a summer break. The Children's films alternate between mornings and afternoons.

 

Café Style Cinema Performances - Saturday Evenings

Doors open at 7:15pm
Please feel free to bring-your-own drinks and nibbles. Alternatively, light refreshments will be available for purchase (tea, coffee, homemade biscuits). The hall will be set out predominately with tables, but a few rows of chairs will be available as well.

Film starts at 8:00pm
Admission £4.00, pay on the door.
We don't do advance ticket sales or reservations, our advice would be to arrive as early as possible.

 

Yelverton Children's Cinema

We have an afternoon screening of films aimed at slightly older children who might have outgrown what we show on a Saturday morning. Morning and afternoon screenings will alternate.

All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Refreshments will be available for adults and children in the form of Langage Farm ice cream, pop corn, juices, tea, coffee and homemade cakes.

The full film programme is also available in the local magazines Moor Links, Around and About and Outreach, or please use the Contact Form for any enquires.

The Children’s Cinema takes a summer break in June, July and August and returns in September. In December we will be having a special family screening.

Feedback please!

We'd really appreciate any ideas or feedback on film choices, time of screening etc, etc, etc...

 

alt. cinema

A monthly film screening for discerning cinema lovers! Building on the success of the Café Cinema at St Paul’s we want to broaden our appeal with an alternative programme that moves away from the mainstream.

We’ve created an exciting schedule of contemporary and classic films to challenge and provoke discussion. We want to celebrate the wealth of great film-making and bring you films that fall outside of the mainstream to surprise and stimulate.

alt. cinema intends to bring together film enthusiasts and give you an opportunity to stick around post-screening rather than rush home. Why not stay on after the screening and discuss ideas with your fellow cinema-goers, prompted by discussion points prepared by our resident film buffs.

Admission is a suggested donation of £4. Refreshments will be available but, as with Café Cinema, you are welcome to BYO.

We are also offering a membership scheme – for £20, you can attend six of our screenings and access our lending library without additional charge. Non-members are also welcome to borrow up to 2 blu-ray DVDs per month at £2 each. As with Café Cinema and Yelverton Children’s Cinema, alt. cinema is run entirely by volunteers and all monies raised go to charity. We do hope that you will come and enjoy alt. cinema.

 

Committee

Sophie Sweeting, Sarah Dean, Greg Hattan, Brian Medhurst, Keith Parriss, Sam Whitehead and James Watt.

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