Community Film Nights

at Tullynessle Hall

Over the past few years the Hall has presented a series of current and  popular mainstream films for the benefit of the community during the Autumn - Spring period. We are pleased to say that there will be another series this coming 2020-2021 season. However under the current situation concerning the COVID pandemic we will need to alter our normal procedures for putting on a film screening in order to meet a number of restrictions. Currently our COVID-specific operating procedures are as follows:


FACEMASKS: Everyone is asked to wear facemasks while at a film screening.

ADMISSION AND CONTACT DETAILS: We are required to take contact details (Name and telephone number) for everyone attending. These will be kept for 21 days only. Details will be taken at the same time as ticket payment – PLEASE BRING CORRECT CASH AMMOUNT IF YOU CAN.

If you are planning to attend a Film Night it would be very helpful if you could e-mail us in advance (tullynesslehallfilmclub@gmail.com) with your name, number attending and a contact telephone number. This will help speed up the admission process and help to reduce any queuing. If you do not manage to attend your details will be deleted immediately. Unplanned/last minute attendance is still welcome!

SOCIAL DISTANCING: Everyone is asked to maintain the required social distancing. In particular when queuing for admission and when moving around the Hall. People should take to their seats as quickly as possible. Seating will be arranged to maintain appropriate distancing whilst allowing family/support groups to sit together. Sad to say it will mean that we will not be able to enjoy the usual group discussions and/or drinks at the end of the film.

HYGIENE: Please make use of hand sanitisers as appropriate and discard any tissues etc. in the specific bins provided.

REFRESHMENTS: We will not have access to the kitchen so the usual Tea, Coffee etc., will not be available. However, you are still welcome to BYOB!

TOILET FACILITIES: Hall restrictions mean that access to the toilets is limited (Gents, 1 at a time and Ladies 2 at a time). Please observe this restriction and if queuing is necessary observe social distancing.

CLEAR-UP: Tables and chairs will need to be cleaned before stacking. Whilst we have always appreciated your help in clearing away in the past, for the foreseeable future please leave chairs for the organisers to clean and put away

Doors open at 7:00pm. Tickets are £5 on the door (Please bring exact cash if you can). Unfortunately the usual refreshments will not be available, but feel free to BYOB!

(If you would like to enjoy a more diverse film-going experience then consider going along to the Film Club which also explores British Independent films, Foreign films, Documentaries, Animations etc. See information on the Film Club page here )


Due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions the next Community film due to be screened  on:

Friday 12th February  (7:30pm)


and which was to be:


HAS BEEN POSTPONED -hopefully we shall show this film at a later date






Friday 28th September
Friday 28th September

(2019; 15; 101 mins.)

Director: Tom Harper; Starring Jessie Buckley, Julie Walters and Sophie Okenedo

A comedy, musical drama about a single mother from Glasgow, recently released from prison trying to become a country music star in Nashville
Friday 13th November
Friday 13th November

2019 (Cert 12A) 130 mins.

Director: Rian Johnson; Starring Daniel Craig, Jamie Curtis & Chris Evans

When renowned crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) is found dead at his estate just after his 85th birthday, the inquisitive and debonair Detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) is mysteriously enlisted to investigate.
Friday 12th February, 2021 -POSTPONED
Friday 12th February, 2021 -POSTPONED

2020 (Cert PG) 124 mins.

Director: Autumn Wilde; Starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn, Callum Turner, & Bill Nighy

Jane Austen's beloved comedy about finding your equal and earning your happy ending is reimagined in this delicious new film adaptation of 'Emma'. Handsome, clever, and rich, Emma Woodhouse is a restless queen bee without rivals in her sleepy little town.
16th April 2021 -POSTPONED
16th April 2021 -POSTPONED

2020 (Cert 12A) 150 mins

Director: Christopher Nolan; Starring John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Kenneth Branagh

A time-bending action/spy thriller where an un-named CIA agent is recruited by a mysterious organisation to try to prevent World War III
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