The New Royalty Cinema

C4A 2019 Certificate 750pxCinema returned to Bourne End with the opening of The New Royalty Cinema in 2018. This Community Cinema project has monthly screenings in the May Woollerton Hall at Bourne End Community Centre. Everyone is welcome and tickets can be purchased online or in advance at the Community Centre Office or on the door if seats are available.

The New Royalty received commendation in the Cinema For All Film Society of the Year Awards 2018 and again in 2019 for Best New Society. As we are no longer "new" we cannot be commended again!

The New Royalty Cinema is a Community Cinema run by volunteers from Bourne End Community Association. The New Royalty Cinema is a member of Cinema For All and is a fund raising event for Bourne End Community Association.

2021 season

Jan - May - cancelled
Sunday 13th June - 42nd Street (PG)
Sunday 27th June - 42nd Street (PG)
Sunday 18th Jul - Emma. (PG)
Sunday 15th Aug - Philomena (12)
Sunday 19th Sept - to be confirmed
Sunday 17th Oct - to be confirmed
Sunday 21st Oct - to be confirmed
Thursday 30th Dec - to be confirmed







20201115 Emma

The screening of Emma. has been rescheduled. Jane Austen's beloved comedy about finding your equal and earning your happy ending is reimagined. Handsome, clever, and rich, Emma Woodhouse is a restless queen bee without rivals in her sleepy little town. Screening is on 18th July at 14:30.

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It's back, the great historical time piece that never fails to amuse anyone, it's perfect in every way same as before, the dialogues the intriguing stories overlapping each other and most importantly tying loose ends of all plots and storylines bringing it to a new level.

20200221 Argo 100px

Based loosely on Tony Mendez's account of the historical rescue of six U.S. diplomats from Tehran, Iran during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, Ben Affleck's 'Argo' is a movie marvel. A gripping, nail-biting cinematic interpretation of a true story that took place decades back.

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The critics got it all wrong with the song "Bohemian Rhapsody" and they got it wrong again with the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody". July 13th 1985 the world stopped for Live Aid. The greatest music acts performed and tucked among the headliners were reformed band Queen. No one could anticipate the reaction when Freddie Mercury and Queen played. It was the concert of the century and Queen stole the show.

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Sunday 29th December. Every year some British gem pops up in the cinema, a film guaranteed to lift the spirits for years to come. This is 2019's feel good film.

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