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.


The new season of Community Film Nights  continues....however, with the ongoing uncertainty with COVID  infection rates, we will still need to alter our normal procedures for putting on a film screening in order to meet a number of restrictions. These are likely to vary from time to time. Please bear with us!

Currently our COVID-specific operating procedures are as follows:


FACEMASKS: Everyone is asked to wear facemasks when in the Hall.

ADMISSION AND CONTACT DETAILS: The Hall has set up Test and Protect QR code to record your attendance at the film. A number of scanning stations will be available but to help with a speedy admission process:   PLEASE BRING CORRECT CASH AMMOUNT IF YOU CAN.

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

REFRESHMENTS: We will have access to the kitchen so the usual Tea, Coffee etc., will now be available. However, in the interests of safety during clear-up we shall be using disposable, recyclable/biodegradable cups. You are still welcome to BYOB!

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). Refreshments will 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 )


The next Community Film of the  season will now be screened  on:

Friday 4th March (7:30pm)


and will be:







Friday 24th September, 2021
Friday 24th September, 2021

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.
Friday 19th November
Friday 19th November
THE FATHER (Cert 12)

(2020; UK; 97 mins)

Directed by Florian Zeller; Starring Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Coleman and Mark Gatiss

An aging father, suffering increasingly with dementia, refuses to accept the carers and help his daughter tries to arrange for him. As he tries to cope he begins to doubt his family, his own mind and even reality.
Friday 18th February
Friday 18th February
AMMONITE (Cert 15)

(2020; UK; 118 mins)

Directed by Francis Lee; Starring Kate Winslet, Saoirse Ronan, and Fiona Shaw

A romantic drama in which a young woman is sent to stay with acclaimed palaeontologist, Mary Anning, developing an intense relationship that is life-altering for both women.
Friday 22nd April
Friday 22nd April

2020; UK; 158 mins)
Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and starring Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Léa Seydoux, and Naomie Harris

James Bond comes out of retirement when a villain threatens global chaos with an advanced biochemical weapon.
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