Film Nights

We have been showing films at the hall regularly for several years. Initially we hired equipment from Stratford District Council, and we are grateful for their assistance.

We have now invested in our own equipment, and are continuing to show films at the Village Hall, running this as a cinema club. Everyone is welcome, and it costs nothing to join. All you need to do is let Louise Redfern ( have your email address, so we can send you details of the films each month. Membership of the club will include all people living in households where at least one person has provided an email address.

We hope that this system will allow us to bring you more up-to-the-minute films, as soon as they are released on DVD. We aim to notify choices in advance, so club members will be able plan ahead.

On entry to a film screening, we sell a raffle ticket to each person (at £2.50) and after the film, the person with the winning ticket number gets to keep the DVD!

We aim to show around 18 films during the year (two per month in winter and one per month in the summer). The film nights will normally be on the second Friday of each month (and, where there is a second film, the fourth Friday).

Details of films can be found on the Broom Village Hall Notice Board and members of the Cinema Club will be notified of all films by email.

See above to sign up to the cinema club.

We are pleased to announce that we are fully licenced for all events held by the Broom Village Hall Committee and as before, refreshments (beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks, ice creams and chocolate) will be available both before the film, and during an interval.


Friday 28th June - We will be showing a certificate 15 film.

England is at war with the French . The story of a queen and her new companion, friendship, ambitions & politics.

Friday 13th September - We will be showing a certificate PG film.

A portrait of one of the worlds great comedy teams and how much they mean to each other.

Please note that  unless specifically stated in the information above, film showings start at 7.30pm, regardless of the film’s classification.  Where children are permitted they should be accompanied by a responsible adult.