Friday 8th July 2022

Steeple Ashton Village Hall
7.30pm (doors open at 7pm for refreshments)

Starring Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren, this comedy/drama is based on the true story of a 60 year old taxi driver who stole a famous painting in the 1960’s and holds it for ransom until the government invests in more care for the elderly!


Raffle tickets will be on sale at £1 per ticket and the prize is TWO FREE TICKETS FOR ANY FUTURE FILM SHOW!


  • If you can, please purchase your tickets from the Village Shop in advance.
  • If you are purchasing tickets on the night, we would be grateful if you could bring the exact money. Tickets are still £6.
  • We can take card payments for refreshments from the bar.
  • We are maintaining our one way system and encourage use of masks. As before, on arrival, please enter through the side entrance leading to kitchen/skittle alley area. You will find the entrance at the end of the pathway to the left of the building.
  • Hand sanitiser will be available in suitable locations.
  • Chairs will be organised in pairs but can be adjusted into groups of four.
  • Doors and windows will be open for good ventilation. You may choose to bring some additional clothing or a blanket if you wish.

The film will be starting at 7.30 promptly.

Tickets £6 available at the Steeple Ashton Village Shop or can be reserved by ringing Alison Wilson on 01380 871345 or e-mail – you can also join the mailing list by emailing this address.

For your personal comfort, you may like to a bring a cushion!

We have been asked to remind our audience that we are required to ensure that the film we are showing is suitable for all members of our audience. We, therefore, ask that our audience check the film’s certification before bringing any younger members to our showings. Thank you.

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