Children of Men
Forum Cinema Hexham | Thursday 28th March | 20:00
Sponsored by Hexham Book Festival
Adapted from the dystopian novel of P.D James, this vision of the future sees a chaotic world in which humanity has mysteriously become infertile.
A former activist agrees to help transport a refugee that is miraculously pregnant across a broken Britain, to a hopeful sanctuary at sea.
£9 - £3
This screening will be preceded by the short film, Hjem by Jamie Sinclair.
Book via The Forum Cinema's website, in their cafe/bar or by telephone on 01434 601144
About Hexham Book Festival
Hexham Book Festival is a Not for Profit CIC delivering an annual festival that takes place in and around Hexham in Spring each year. It has grown significantly since the first Festival in 2006 becoming an important and valued part of the regional arts calendar. Led by Susie Troup and Gil Pugh the Festival works closely with volunteers and freelance specialists to deliver a dynamic and varied programme of events.
Venue Accessibility Information:
Accessible and gender neutral toilets available
The venue is accessed by 29 steps. A chair lift is available, in order to use this, any customers in a wheelchair must be able to transfer from their wheelchair to the chair lift. The auditorium is accessed by a small set of stairs with a full wheelchair lift available.
A changing space is available.
Hearing and visual impaired headsets available depending on the film.