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Palairet Productions

A community group putting on monthly films, plays, social and community events.

Please follow Palairet Productions on Facebook for up-to-date info on what's on.

All welcome! Contact: 07432 602068

Our next film:

Friday Dec 15th: Barbie

“Barbie is a triumph. A pitch-perfect script backed by great performances – particularly from Ryan Gosling – turns what could be a simple studio comedy into a sharp commentary on our society that makes its nuance palatable for those that may not take it at face value.” This Week Media. Come and make up your own mind!

Coming up in 2024:

Friday Jan 26th: The Miracle Club

It’s 1967 in Ballygar, a hard-knocks community in Dublin. For the women who dream of throwing off the shackles of domestic life for a short moment of freedom, there’s a chance to win a pilgrimage to the French town of Lourdes. With a little interference from their cheeky and rebellious priest, the 'lucky' few win this ticket of a lifetime at their riotous local raffle night. Starring Maggie Smith, Kathy Bates, Laura Linney.

Friday Feb 23rd: The Great Escaper

In 2014, near-nonagenarian Bernie Jordan (Michael Caine) is sad to miss out on an official group outing to the D-Day anniversary in France. Encouraged by wife Rene (Glenda Jackson), he sneaks out from his care home and goes on one last big adventure to cross the Channel, while reminiscing about his wartime experiences.

Friday March 29th: The Old Oak

“A lot could be said about The Old Oak’s beautiful cinematography, excellent acting, and marvellous directing, all of which make this story come to life, but what really stands out the most in the film is the humanity that shines throughout. It is a beautiful reminder of what a community is and can be, regardless of country of origin, religion, or skin colour.” Loud and Clear Reviews. Director Ken Loach’s last film.

Friday April 26th: A Haunting in Venice

In post-World War II Venice, Hercule Poirot (Branagh), now retired and living in self-imposed exile, reluctantly attends a séance. But when one of the guests is murdered, the former detective must put his little grey cells to work one more time to uncover the killer.

Palairet Hall. Doors open 7.45 £5 Bar

Advance ticket sales: (booking fee applies)

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