Venues

Want to know what's showing near you? Take a look at our list of unique community venues to see what's on.  

TICKETS

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. Showing: Chasing Ice 19th March, 18:30 Citizen Kane 20 March, 19:30 QEHS A Level Short Films 21 March, 14:00 Free Solo 21 March, 16:30 Spirited Away 22 March, 13:30 Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blache 22 March, 16:45 Short films by Alice Guy-Blache 22 March, 19:00 System Crasher 23 March, 19:30 Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans 24 March, 19:30 Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters 25 March, 19:30 Woman at War 26 March, 19:30 Big (Dementia Friendly) 27 March, 13:30 Searching for Light 27 March, 19:30 T Dan Smith 28 March, 16:30 Miles Davis: The Birth of Cool 28 March, 19:00 Portrait of a Lady on Fire 29 March, 19:00




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

Showing: The Breakfast Club 23rd March, 20:00 Everything: The Real Thing Story 26 March, 20:00




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 Showing: Red Joan 19th March, 19:30




Allendale, Village Hall


Beginning life in 2005, Allendale Film Club’s twin aims are to bring cinema to the village and raise funds for the Village Hall. They show 11 films a year and are supported by Queen’s Hall, Hexham. Showing: The Motorcycle Diaries 19th March, 19.45




Hexham, The Vault


The Vault is a recently restored stone medieval malting cellar now refurbished as a quality art and music theatre. www.tynedalefineartproducts.co.uk/the-vault-1 Showing: Tommy 25th March, 19:30




Hexham, Hexham Abbey


Hexham Abbey has been a place of solace and refuge for over 1,300 years, and welcomes people of all faiths and none to enjoy its beautiful architecture and atmosphere and to explore its fascinating history.

Showing:

Phantom of the Opera

21st March, 19:30




Hexham, Queen's Hall


Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham provides an art service to a large part of rural Northumberland. It has established itself as a strong base for an extensive range of artistic activity, attracting the best international and national artists from music, drama, dance and national touring comedy to non-professional shows put on by local community groups. www.queenshall.co.uk Showing: 2040 24 March, 19:30




Wylam, Wylam Institute


Wylam Film Club has monthly Saturday evening screenings throughout the year with a licensed bar, comfortable cafe style seating, a large screen, and a warm welcome. Showing: Black Cat, White Cat 21st March, 19:30




Haydon Bridge, General Havelock pub


The General Havelock pub in Haydon Bridge is a regular host for South Tyne Cinema Circuit.

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

Showing: Bait 24th March, 19:00




Tarset, Village Hall


First Thursday Films is a popular North Tyne cultural event that has been running for 16 years at Tarset Village Hall on the first Thursday of the month. Their season typically runs from September to May, taking a break in the summer. Showing: South 25 March 19:00




Corbridge, Forum Books


Forum Books is an award-winning independent bookshop situated in the heart of Northumberland. http://forumbooksandkids.com Showing: Millions 27 March, 18:30




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

Showing: Aristocats 29th March, 11:00




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

Showing:

Breakfast at Tiffany's

28th March, 15:00




Haltwhistle, Old Booking Hall


Tyne Valley Community Rail Partnership is a not for profit company which aims to promote the Tyne Valley Railway Line and the communities between Newcastle and Carlisle. The Old Booking Hall at Haltwhistle Station, dating from 1855, is used by the Partnership as their education room, and is available for use by other community groups. Showing: Oh, Mr Porter!
23 March, 15:00





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Tyne Valley Film Festival is supported by Forum Cinema Hexham and Northumberland County Council, and is part of Great Northumberland’s Winter Festival 2020.

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