Commencing Sunday 20 January, a series of three FREE films will be screened at Beccles Public Hall celebrating East Anglia.
They are all set in and starring people from our wonderful region and they are all free admission. There’s no tickets for these, so please arrive nice and early from 2pm when doors open. There will be refreshments available to purchase. Donations welcome!
Bendy Caravans & Everlasting Pens – Sunday 20 Jan will commence at 2.30pm
This quirky and fascinating animated film is back by popular demand. Nick Murray Brown’s film is about unsung pioneer of radio, inventor and visionary, Evered Wigg who built and managed Kessingland’s own cinema, the Kinnodrome. What’s great, is that Nick will be in attendance to answer questions and chat further about his film at the end of the screening.
The next film of the series will be on Sunday 27 Jan at 2.30pm and is the lovely “With Love from…Suffolk” which is a celebration of love and a love letter to our county.
The third and final film of the series is set for Sunday 3 February at 2.30pm and is all about Rodney Bullock – Compulsive Poacher & Church Organist – plenty of hilarious stories but beware, contains bawdy adult language.
Beccles Public Hall Movies
Collect your copy of the latest What’s On Programme of Events so you can discover more films and other events coming to the Hall soon, or click image link below:
Mixed age CLASSES
Peewee 5-11, Junior 12-16, Adult 17-39
& ‘Old Tigers’ 40+:
on Monday and Thursday evenings
7 to 8.30pm