The first film of the season is “Jimmy’s Hall”. It will be shown on Tuesday 7th October at Capel Village Memorial Hall. Tickets, sold at the door, are still £4 each. Doors open at 7:30 and the film begins at 8. Jimmy’s Hall is based on a true story: it takes place in rural Ireland in the 1920s. Jimmy Gralton builds a community hall but the Church and the local landowners see this as something dangerous and subversize. The film is directed by Ken Loach and stars Barry Ward, Simone Kirby and Jim Norton.
On Saturday 18th October the Village Hall are having a fund-raising event and we can have been allocated a stall where we are planning to sell CD’s, DVD’s and even VHS tapes. Please can you look through all your old stock, perhaps ‘freebies’ you hae collected from daily newspapers in the past, and either bring them to the first film on October th for collection – or on the day. Any offers to help sell stuff on the day (10 am to midday) would be most welcome, please let Chris Coke or Mandy Shryver know if you can help in this way.