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It's cinema but social

Cine North is about bringing the community together in rural areas through cinema events. But, it's not just about watching a film. It's much, much more. In addition to watching great films together with your family, friends, and neighbours, you'll be part of creating fun, social gatherings that could include dressing up, food, music, games and other activities, perhaps even inspired by the film’s themes.

We offer a tailored package of training, technical advice, screening equipment, programming and promotional support to community venues and individuals in Yorkshire, Cumbria, Lancashire, and Tees Valley, enabling them to screen a diverse cinema programme, chosen by and presented in partnership with local audiences.

From village halls to stately homes, festivals and arts centres, we work with partners and venues to screen a rich programme of cinema, from the latest homegrown independent films to silver screen classics, art-house favourites, Hollywood hits, world cinema gems, and films for younger audiences.

Click here for an interactive map showing all of the Cine North venues. You'll also find contact details, venue addresses, and other useful information there, too.

Please contact your desired venue for more information including film screening times, ticket prices, etc. Contact details for each venue can be found on the interactive map located under the 'venues' link.

Click here to see the Cine North Film Menu Spring 2024.


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Are you interested in hosting film nights in your local village or community halls?

We are always pleased to hear from potential new venues. Participating venues will receive a comprehensive package of support from Eden Arts and Cine North, including technical training, marketing assistance, programming advice, film licence booking and administrative support. A high definition cinema kit, including a large screen and high quality sound system is provided along with access to a rich and diverse programme of film titles for venues to choose from.

Interested? Get in touch

Email or call us on 01768 899444

May 2024

04/05/2024 Burton in Lonsdale Village Hall Indiana Jones – the Dial of Destiny

04/05/2024 Kettlewell Village Hall The Great Escaper

10/05/2024 Newholm Wonka

10/05/2024 Ireby Marcel The Shell With Shoes On

10/05/2024 Temple Sowerby Victory Hall The Duchess

11/05/2024 Appleby Remote Cinema The Old Oak

12/05/2024 Cononley Village Institute A Man Called Otto

16/05/2024 Warcop Parish Hall The Great Escaper

17/05/2024 Crosby Ravensworth Village Hall Oppenheimer

17/05/2024 Kirkby Stephen Sports & Social Club The Old Oak

17/05/2024 Great Asby Village Hall Wild Rose

18/05/2024 Carnforth Civic Hall One Life

18/05/2024 Staithes Memorial Hall The Old Oak

18/05/2024 Great Asby Village Hall Wild Rose

18/05/2024 Swanland Village Hall The Great Escaper

19/05/2024 Victoria Hall, Grange-Over-Sands One Life

24/05/2024 Gargrave Village Hall Salmon Fishing in the Yemen

25/05/2024 Kirksanton Village Hall Lion

26/05/2024 Brough Memorial Hall The Full Monty

29/05/2024 Hornsea Floral Hall Scrapper

29/05/2024 Croglin Village Hall Wicked Little Letters

June 2024

01/06/2024 Burton in Lonsdale Village Hall Oppenheimer

07/06/2024 Newholm North by Northwest

09/06/2024 Victoria Hall, Grange-Over-Sands Barbie

15/06/2024 Carnforth Civic Hall The Great Escaper

15/06/2024 Great Asby Village Hall Operation Mincemeat

20/06/2024 Warcop Parish Hall Scrapper

21/06/2024 Kirkby Stephen Sports & Social Club Lion

22/06/2024 Appleby Remote Cinema Oppenheimer

Take a look at our facebook page for news, upcoming screenings and stories from across the Cine North network

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