Film programme starts spring programme at The Ropewalk
An exciting new programme of films is being screened at Barton upon Humber’s Ropery Hall this spring.
The programme, which begins on Thursday, January 20, has been put together by the Barton Film Group and according to its chairman Pete Mitchell it epitomises all that is best in the modern film world as well as a nod to past film greats.
“The programme includes such popular films as Made in Dagenham which is being screened in early February to one of the all-time classics, Duck Soup, with the Marx Brothers in mid-March,” he said.
“I think that once again the Film Group has managed to put together a range of Thursday night films which will appeal to all film-lovers,” he said.
The current season starts on Thursday, January 20, with the 2010 film, Inception (12A).
“I’ve already watched Inception and its theme is fascinating. Although there are lots of twists and turns in the early stages as if you are on a roller coaster ride it is well worth it in the end,” he said.
This year the Film Group have raised their weekly seat price to just £4.
“It is still incredible value for money, especially if you don’t like visiting the huge multi-screen cinemas in neighbouring towns and cities,” Pete said.
“And this season we have introduced a Barton Film Group pre-payment membership card where for just £25 in advance you can see all of the spring season’s films which equates to just over £2 a film,” he continued.
For more details on all the films being screened between January and the end of March at Ropery Hall, as well as other live events, go to www.roperyhall.co.uk or pick up a free copy of the first issue of the Ropewalk Magazine.