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Lamberhurst Community Cinema



As many of you will know, it is our ambition to be able to show filmed performances from theatres and stages in London and elsewhere. We have joined with a BFI/NTLive!/Arts Council initiative called Cinegi that will enable us to offer such performances as ocasional alternatives to conventional movies.

We had always planned to do this in April 2018 but, due to technical issues (down to Microsoft not us or Cinegi!), it looked like we were not going to able to do so until the problems had been resolved by MIcrosoft and nobody could say when that would happen. We had, therefore, shelved the idea.

However the good people at Cinegi have come up with a solution which will work for us, in the interim, which means we can, after all, bring you a theatre production in April,

This will be the acclaimed NTLive! production of 'The Audience' starring Helen Mirren.

We are looking forward to this new venture and hope very much that you will come along to try it out with us. Remember, this is London Theatre at Lamberhurst prices!


This season offers a varied programme of films, with something for all tastes, plus some special events and collaborations with other village groups. There will be 13 screenings this season. Annual membership costs £10 and allows members to view each film for £3. Non-members pay £5. Membership can be bought on the door. Contact Chris Hamilton or Nick Hepher on 01892 890593 or email for further information.


Thanks are due to Nick Rogers for his time and specialist help in reviewing our sound system. He has made many suggestions and we have modified the system and bought some additional speakers. We are pleased to confirm that we now have as good a sound quality as it is possible to achieve within the constraints of our hall.


Our next screening this season will be the film ‘THE AUDIENCE’. We look forward to seeing to you there.



This is your invitation to a party you really don’t want to miss!
This 2017 film, by British writer-director Sally Potter, takes place in the home of a London politician named Janet (Kristin Scott Thomas), who has just been appointed shadow minister for health of an undisclosed opposition party. The celebratory mood, however, swiftly turns toxic as the soiree descends into farce and each of its guests is ruthlessly exposed. The star-studded line-up comprises Kristin Scott-Thomas, Timothy Spall, Cillian Murphy, Patricia Clarkson, Bruno Ganz, Cherry Jones and Emily Mortimer.

‘A star-laden satire, a sharply observed study of love and politics’
‘Potter's comic dissection of the London intelligentsia's personal and political angst is completely of the moment.’
‘The dialogue is sharp, the acting is top notch and the plots twists and turns like a Rube Goldberg machine.’
‘Is it a snapshot of Brexit-era instability or a barbed, hopeful ode to female ascendancy?’

Please note that the May film takes place on Thursday rather than Saturday!