The Committee of Greystoke Swimming Pool is delighted to announce a series of five film Nights to be held at the village hall throughout this autumn and winter. We are supported by Eden Arts who are providing the equipment and films. The ticket price includes a one pot supper and an icecream. There will be a licensed bar to purchase wine, beer and soft drinks. Tickets are £10.00 each and must be bought in advance. They are available at the post office or from Judith Aris (telephone 017684 83669) or members of the committee. 7.00pm start.

The programme is as follows:

Saturday October 14th:

Hidden Figures

(2016 USA) cert PG Drama/ History.

Based on unbelievably true stories. As the US raced against Russia to put man into space, NASA found untapped talent in a group of African/American female mathematicians that served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in US history. 

Saturday 24th November:

The Last Laugh

(2017 UK) cert 12A Comedy

You will be rolling in the aisles. Written by and co-starring BAFTA and Olivier award winning writer John Godber, a comic family drama about real people and real life based in and around Hull. 

Saturday January 20th:

The Graduate

(1967 UK) cert 15 Comedy/ Drama

A cinema classic. Ben (Dustin Hoffman) has recently graduated from college amidst great parental expectations At his homecoming party, he meets Mrs. Robinson, the wife of one of his father’s business associates. The affair that ensues between them comes back to haunt him.

Saturday March 3rd:

A United Kingdom

(2016 Czech Republic/ UK/ US) cert 12 Biography/ Drama.

Based on extraordinary true events. In 1947 Seretse Kham the king of Botswana met Ruth Williams a London office worker. Their perfect match was challenged by their families and the British and South African governments. 

Saturday April 21st:

Lion

(2016 Australia/ UK/USA) cert PG biography/ Drama.

A truely moving film. Saroo, is born to a poor rural family in India and through a series of events finds himself separated from them and becomes a street child, eventually going into an orphanage. He is adopted by a prosperous loving family in Tasmania but is plagued by his memories of his lost family and tries to search for them.