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Cinema Nairn 2020 Programme_2.pdf


Stangers on a Train

Strangers on a Train

Monday Matinee

20th Jan


Looks what’s to come in 2020!  

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Cinema Nairn is a small group of cinema enthusiasts who banded together to bring the cinema back to Nairn.

We show up to 16 films a year in the Nairn Community and Arts Centre.

Click here for our 2019 programme of films

Cinema Nairn  show three matinees a year on selected Mondays at 2:00pm.

Admission is £2.50 paid at the door, and why not stay after the film for free home made bakes and tea / coffee, and a chat about the film.

Andy May and the 2019 Nairn Book & Arts Festival.

Each year, renowned local pianist Andy May keeps a Saturday in September free in his busy diary to join Cinema Nairn  in our presentation of a fantastic silent movie as part of our contribution to the NB&A festival.

Andy performs his own fantastic improvised score on the keyboard.

This year’s film is Buster Keaton’s The General 15th September 2019 at 10:00am at The Little Theatre in King Street Nairn.

Cinema Nairn  presents films once a month on Friday evenings, at 7:30pm at the Nairn Community and Arts Centre.

Admission is £5 on Fridays (£3 for under 16) paid at the door

2019 will be the 10th year of presenting films from Cinema Nairn  in Nairn, showing over 120 films in that time ranging from silent films, old classic and musicals, to contemporary films, some with a Scottish connection, and often unearthing hidden gems.

Cinema Nairn 2020 Programme_2.pdf

A Bar before the film.

The Community Centre provide a bar with refreshments, including wine and beer, half an hour before the film starts.

Contact us at enquiries@cinema-nairn.co.uk   with questions, suggestions or any feedback you want to tell us about.

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