ArtsLink Flicks 

Download a Spring 2019 ArtsLink Flicks leaflet here

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Date

Film

9 January

THE CHILDREN ACT   Emma Thompson plays a high court judge facing a marital crisis whilst deciding a case with a moral quandary that could save a life.  Adapted from the novel by Ian McEwan.
12a, 105 minutes DRAMA

13 February

LEAVE NO TRACE  A father and his thirteen year-old daughter are living an ideal existence in a vast urban park in Portland, Oregon, when a small mistake derails their lives forever.  Adapted from a novel by Peter Rock. 
PG, 109 minutes   DRAMA

13 March

A STAR IS BORN  Updated version of this classic. A musician helps a young singer find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career into a downward spiral.  Starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.
15, 136 minutes  MUSIC/ROMANCE   

10 April

THE WIFE   As a supportive wife of 40 years to her acclaimed writer husband, Joan questions the shared compromises, secrets and betrayals involved.   Starring Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce
15, 100 minutes  DRAMA   

Please note

If you picked up an early Flicks Flyer you will see that the films were in a different order - we have swaped the February and April films over for reasons beyond our control - the above order is correct.

The ArtsLink Flicks are shown on the second Wednesday of each month except August. The Flicks are presented in association with Moviola - see our page on the their website.

The venue is the Digby Church Hall on Digby Road, Sherborne DT9 3NL - between the Abbey and the railway station.  Films start at 7.30 pm and doors open at 7.00 pm.

Tickets are £6 and available in advance from the Sherborne Tourist Information Centre on Digby Road, 01935 815341.  Tickets may also be purchased on the door if we have not sold out!

The Pre-Film Suppers at the Raleigh Hall (next door to our showing venue!) are proving very popular.  ArtsLink has teamed up with Sherborne Lunch Club to offer you a chance to enjoy a supper, served at 6 pm, before the film.  For £12 per person you will receive two quality courses, timed so you can then amble next door and take your seats for the film. Tickets must be purchased in advance by 1 pm on the day prior to the film, again from Sherborne Tourist Information Centre. Typical menu is Cider-baked pork with apple and fennel with fig,cherry and white chocolate mascarpone trifle, plus a vegetarian option.