Join us at a summer cinema screening this month and enjoy the unique, immersive film experience that only cinemas can provide. All will take place with social distancing between groups and at reduced capacity. Be sure to pre-book tickets in plenty of time.
We begin July with a heart-warming British movie that celebrates community. Dream Horse (PG), on Friday 2nd July at 7.30pm, is the inspiring true story of Dream Alliance, an unlikely racehorse bred by small-town Welsh bartender.
Anthony Hopkins gives a raw, vulnerable, Oscar-winning performance as an elderly man suffering from dementia in The Father (12A) Fri 16th July 7.30pm which also stars Olivia Colman as his long-suffering daughter.
Our Nostalgic Cinema screenings return on Thu 22nd July 2pm with Doris Day & Howard Keel in Calamity Jane (U) subtitled. Then, it’s time to find out how the fashionable Cruella de Vil came to be one of Disney’s most notorious villains. She’s brilliant, bad, and a little bit mad. Cruella (12A), with fantastic performances from Emma Stone and Emma Thompson, is an end of term treat on Fri 23rd July 7.30pm.
We welcome back Honiton Community Theatre company with an Inspector Pratt Comedy Murdered to Death on 28th-30th July.
Our summer cinema season continues in August and includes Lin-Manuel Miranda’s latest musical film In the Heights, After Love, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Andre Rieu: Together Again Summer Concert. In early September, NT Live screenings will recommence with Stephen Sondheim’s musical ‘Follies’.
Many thanks for supporting The Beehive. We look forward to seeing you soon.