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Lamberhurst Community Cinema


Our new season begins on Saturday October 28th and offers a varied programme of films, with something for all tastes, plus some special events and collaborations with other village groups. There are plans for 13 screenings this season and a new membership system in place from October 1st. Annual membership costs £10 and allows members to view each film for £3. Non-members pay £5. Membership will be available to buy on the door. If you wish to do this before the first screening please contact Chris Hamilton on 01892 890593 or email


Thanks are due to Nick Rogers for his time and specialist help in reviewing our sound system. He has made many suggestions and we have modified the system and bought some additional speakers. We are now confident that we have as good a sound quality as it is possible to achieve within the constraints of our hall.


This is fixed only until March, which enables more recent films to be considered later in the season. Any suggestions that you might wish to make will also be considered, so do let us know on the above number or email address.

Our first screening this season will be the film ‘Lion’. Starring Nicole Kidman and Dev Patel, this film won 2 BAFTAS in the 2017 awards. It is based on the true story of a five year old Indian boy ‘who gets lost on a train which takes him thousands of miles across India, away from home and family. After learning to survive alone in Kolkata he is ultimately adopted by an Australian couple. Twenty-five years later, armed with only a handful of memories, his unwavering determination, and a revolutionary technology known as Google Earth, he sets out to find his lost family and finally return to his first home’.
Put the date in your diary! We look forward to seeing to you there.

Some reviews for the film ‘Lion’:
‘Lion is an astounding, all-encompassing story of hope, determination and dumb luck that will leave you both crying like a baby and clapping like a seal once the credits roll.’

‘A deeply empathetic performance from Dev Patel and an unflinching view of child poverty on the streets of Calcutta provide a winning edge to Lion.’