Screen Film Nights

At Wendover Community Library, High Street, Wendover HP22 6DU 
On the third Friday of the month at 7:30pm. Tickets are £5 and are available from the library.
On Screen Film nights have been made possible thanks to subscriptions and donations by the Friends of Wendover Library, enabling us to install a 65 inch screen, Dolby 5.1 surround sound system and black-out blinds in the Library meeting room, all of which provide a close to cinema experience.
It is run purely by volunteers. Join us for  pre-film refreshments and enjoy a great film in our cosy venue. Soft drinks & snacks are available on the night.
There is no membership fee - 'pay as you go' by booking at the library counter. We aim to provide screenings for a wide range of tastes of new and classic films and feel free to tell us what you want, after all it's your community!
We pay a licence in accordance with rules for public screenings and require a minimum number of attendees to enable us to justify this cost so please support us wherever you can.
Enquiries should be made to
We have made a change to our advertised programme for March and we will now be showing 'The Girl on the Train' followed in April by 'A United Kingdom'
All tickets £5.00 to cover the License fee, payable in advance at the library counter please. We regret we are unable to take Credit/Debit Cards - Cash only please.
·         Cost: Free
·         No booking required, just turn up on the day
·         Suitable for: Adults
           ·         Hearing loop available
·         Wheelchair access
·         Parking nearby
For more information please call 0845 2303232

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