Upcoming Events at the Village Hall

The Village Cinema and NT Live are back!

Events are listed in the drop-down menu beside this menu option (Village Hall Events and Tickets). Please select the event you wish to book and you can order tickets and pay securely through our PayPal gateway. Please note, you do NOT need to have a PayPal account to pay for tickets: you can use any debit or credit card.

We are taking many precautions to provide for your safety, including the online booking system which will limit the maximum number of people in the Village Hall. You may wish to wear masks at these events.

NT Live:


23 October

Doors open 19:30, performance at 20:00.

Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet risk everything to be together. In defiance of their feuding families, they chase a future of joy and passion as violence erupts around them.

This bold new film brings to life the remarkable backstage spaces of the National Theatre in which desire, dreams and destiny collide to make Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy sing in an entirely new way.

Jessie Buckley (Wild RoseJudy) and Josh O’Connor (The Crown, God’s Own Country) play Juliet and Romeo. The award-winning cast includes Tamsin GreigFisayo AkinadeAdrian LesterLucian MsamatiDeborah Findlay.  

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Sheepscombe Fringe Cinema

Fringe cinema

Date – 28/09/2021
Doors open: 19:30 for screening at 20.00


Lebanon 2018; Arabic with English subtitles; Director Nadine Labaki

12 year old Zain lives with his neglectful parents in Beirut; they can barely afford to feed themselves, trapped by their circumstances. Zain is more of a fighter and he runs away from home. On the street, he battles the hazards of shantytowns, souks, prisons and betrayals with wily, angry energy, living by his wits, but with an inner moral decency. He befriends a mother and becomes a surrogate brother to her 2 year old – in what must be one of the greatest infant performances in cinema. The storytelling has a lyricism and a humour that contrasts with the grimness of the circumstances; it is one of the best depictions of how street kids learn to survive, despite deprivation and neglect. It is angry, but with enough humour and tenderness to catch your heart.

We would still be pleased if you booked here, although you are also welcome just to turn up. The usual donation applies; masks are still requested and we will seat you gently socially distanced!

More information is available in the Sheepscombe News

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