Tuesday 8th June at 20.00

Presentation of Boris Barnet's silent masterpiece

Following last week’s presentation of Ken Loach’s SPIRIT OF 45’ join us this week for a brilliant film full of the spirit and enthusiasm of the late 20’s Russia. This film is beautifully crafted, very funny and highly enjoyable to watch or watch again.

The online presentation is a live broadcast from our cinema in presence of a small audience.

this presentation will be delivered live from our screening room in the presence of a small audience.

Preview for June and July

Friday 11th June LIVESTREAM :
this concert will be delivered live from our stage in the presence of a small audience. This is not to be missed: Join them online or in person

Little Weaver Bird is a contemporary take on the unique music and poetry of Molly Drake. Overshadowed by her son Nick Drake whom for many has become a cult figure; Molly's rich sound-world poignantly reflects a bygone era of song writing. Fronted by award winning Irish vocalist Lauren Kinsella (Snow Poet), this new quintet features some of the U.K's most in demand musicians; James Kitchman, (g) Riley Stone Lonergan, (s) Andrea Di Biase, (b) and Phelan Burgoyne (d) each brining their unique sensitivities to explore and expand on the music of Molly Drake.

Thursday 17th June

Wissam Boustany’s passionate musicality has helped him forge a unique reputation as an international flute soloist. His charismatic stage presence brings tremendous power and subtlety to a wide range of musical genres ranging from baroque, classical, romantic, contemporary and jazz settings.

Mali Llywelyn is a professional harpist, pianist, and multi-instrumentalist. She is currently touring and recording with Aldous Harding, whilst maintaining a busy teaching schedule in London. She has also toured with Villagers and Race Horses, and recorded and worked with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, The Boxer Rebellion, Andrew Mayling, Cynefin, Ynys, Phaedra Ensemble, amongst others.

Thursday 8th & Friday 9th July


By Neil Gore from a poem by Abe Gibson

Farewell Leicester Square’ tells the story of Bedford’s own Joe Clough, Britain’s first black bus driver.

Directed by Louise Townsend with original artwork by Scarlett Rickard and new music by Tayo Akinbode

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