Want to know what's showing near you? Take a look at our list of unique community venues to see what's on.
Click on the film name to see full details, including how to book tickets and address of the venue.
Some venues are small community spaces, so pre-booking and advance payment are not possible. Thank you for understanding.
Hexham, Forum Cinema
The Forum Cinema occupies a central position in the heart of Hexham, overlooking the historic Market Place. It first opened its doors to the public on 23rd August 1937, a splendid Art Deco venue to replace the old Gem Palace cinema which had occupied the same site since 1910.
Prudhoe, Fuse Cinema
Fuse Cinema was launched in March 2014 to provide a wide range of films, and the best of the latest cinema releases, all at an affordable price. They screens films on two or three Saturdays each month. The cinema is managed by Fuse Community Cinema CIC volunteers. www.fusecinema.co.uk
Ryton, Ye Olde Cross
RCCS Community Cinema is a newly established film club which takes place in the function room at Ye Olde Cross, a community pub in Ryton. Please note: there is no lift to the first floor and the function room is not yet accessible for people with significant mobility issues. www.yeoldecross.co.uk
Allendale, Village Hall
Hexham, The Vault
Hexham, Hexham Abbey
21st March, 19:30
Hexham, Queen's Hall
Wylam, Wylam Institute
Haydon Bridge, General Havelock pub
South Tyne Cinema Circuit screens mainly at The General Havelock pub in Haydon Bridge, but also in other locations – castles, remote churches and more. Haltwhistle Film Project, a film production company, has run STCC for over 20 years and sometimes screens its own productions as part of the show. www.haltwhistlefp.co.uk/cinema
Tarset, Village Hall
Corbridge, Forum Books
Hexham, Community Centre
Hexham Community Centre is a friendly community hub that offers hall spaces, meeting rooms and offices to rent. They are home to Northumberland Citizen's Advice, Hexham Youth Initiative and Hexham Community Centre Playgroup and many other groups. www.hexhamcommunitycentre.org
Hexham, Hexham Abbey, The Great Hall
Having recently been restored from its use as a Magistrates Court, Hexham Abbey’s Great Hall is now a splendid venue for events and banqueting, boasting a beautiful high ceiling, candelabra and plenty of wall space for the projection of films! www.hexhamabbey.org.uk
28th March, 15:00
Haltwhistle, Old Booking Hall
23 March, 15:00