A partnership of Fairfield Village Hall and Fairfield Village Community Association have launched Fairfield Flicks, a voluntary run cinema experience showing top films for the community to enjoy.
During August, at a cost of over £7000, a high-quality High Definition projector, media player and sound system has been installed at Fairfield Village Hall; funded by the village Hall and Belbroughton & Fairfield Village Parish Council. Films will be shown on the Hall’s existing 5 metre wide screen.
To mark the Village Hall’s 40th Anniversary, Fairfield Flicks was launched on the 18th September with a special screening of Fisherman’s Friends.
The schedule for October and November:
23rd October 2.00pm The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (12A)
30th October 11.00am Harvey and the Magic Museum (U)
30th October 7.30pm Five Feet Apart (12A)
20th November 7.30pm The Hustle (12A)
27th November 2.00pm Hidden Figures (PG)
Ticket prices are affordable, all daytime tickets are £3.00 each and for evening shows the price is £5.00 each. Refreshments will be available, at for a nominal charge. Doors open 30 minutes before each film showing.
Spokesperson for Fairfield Flicks, Conrad Palmer, said “This collaborative venture to bring the big screen to the village hall will enhance community cohesiveness and reduce social isolation amongst people living within our local and wider community. We are all excited and we hope the people of Bromsgrove and the surrounding area enjoy our cinema experience.”
Fairfield Village Hall is located on Stourbridge Road, Fairfield, postcode B61 9LZ. There is free parking behind the Village Hall and at the village Recreation Ground. Further details can be found on the Community association’s website, www.fvca.org.uk/fairfield-flicks