What’s On & Booking

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The Roxy is a non-profit community cinema and everyone is welcome. Film admission charges are £4 for members, £3.50 for concessions, £6:50 for guests and £4.50 for guest concessions. Membership is £12 per year, running from Sept-Sept. To keep going we rely on our members, friends and volunteers, and always welcome more. Doors and bar are open half an hour before the published film time. It’s a good idea to book. Just go to “What’s on and booking” on our website. Payment is still at the box office when you come to the film. Alternatively, call the box office on 07725 051523. The Roxy (and the whole house: see www.number36andtheroxy.co.uk) can be hired for events, meetings and private screenings. For these, please call Juliet on 07808 806573. For anything else, contact juliet@julietmaclay.com. NB: Some films and events start earlier than others!


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Friday, June 14th 8:30pm
Sorry to Bother you (15) USA 2018 111 mins.
Dir: Boots Riley. LaKeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson
Funny, offbeat drama, Boots Riley’s race satire almost spins off into science fiction. Very provocative.

Friday, June 21st 8:30pm
American Animals (15) USA 2018 116 mins.
Dir: Bart Layton. Spencer Reinhard, Warren Lipka
Extraordinary, true-life story of a mind-bogglingly audacious and incompetent attempt at the theft of rare manuscripts from an American library.


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Friday, June 28th 8:30pm
The Wife (15) USA 2018 99 mins.
Dir: Björn Runge. Glenn Close, Jonathan Pryce
Close gives a great performance as the apparently-perfect wife of a Nobel prize-winning writer in this dark comedy.

Tuesday, 2nd July 7.30pm
The Workshop
(12) France 2018 113 mins.
Dir.: Laurent Cantet. Marina Fois, Matthieu Lucci
La Ciotat, the South of France. Antoine attends a summer writing workshop in which a few young people have been selected to write a crime thriller with the help of Olivia, a famous novelist. The creative process will recall the town’s industrial past. The young man soon clashes with the group and Olivia.

Thursday, July 4th 8:30pm
The Bookshop (12) UK 2017 113 mins.
Dir: Isabel Coixet. Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy
Charming adaptation of the Penelope FitzGerald novel. It is 1959, and a young woman fights local opposition to open a bookshop in East Anglia.


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Friday, July 5th 8:30pm
A Quiet Place Dir: John Krasinski. Emily Blunt, John Krasinski
In a post-apocalyptic world, a family is forced to live in silence while hiding from monsters with ultra-sensitive hearing. Brilliant and scary!

Thursday, 11th and Friday 12th July 8:30pm
The Favourite (15) UK 2018 119 mins.
Dir: Yorgos Lanthimos. Olivia Colman, Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz
This sumptuous and brilliantly-acted film depicts the later years of Queen Anne’s reign.

Friday, July 19th 8:30pm
Colette (15) UK 2018 111 mins.
Dir: Wash Westmoreland. Keira Knightley, Dominic West
The life of French writer Colette makes for fascinating drama in a nuanced and inspiring film with a luminous central performance from Knightley.


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Thursday, 25th and Friday 26th July 8:30pm
A Star is Born (12) USA 2018 136 mins
Dir: Bradley Cooper. Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper
Recent and award-winning remake of the Barbara Streisand film.

Wednesday, 31st July and Thursday, 1st August
Julie and Julia £20 for meal and film 7pm. Meal starts at 7:10
Dir: Nora Ephron. Meryl Streep, Amy Adams
Come and share some French cuisine with us under the Roxy canopy. We’ll deliver a 3- course meal before the film. The Julie and Julia of the title are real-life women who never met. Julia Child, a major figure in introducing French cuisine to the USA, after a period living in post war France. 50 years later, Julie introduces a blog tracking her progress cooking all of Julie’s recipes. Charming and heart-warming. Note earlier start time. Tickets available from the Axbridge Chemist and Post Office from May 1st. Tickets must be paid for in advance. A waiting list for returns will be kept at 07725 051523.

Monday, 5th August Doors open 7pm for 7:30pm
Bruce Barthol has cancelled his UK tour due to a family crisis, so his former bandmate is stepping in!
Barry “The Fish” Melton and Stephane Missri (Formerly of Country Joe and the Fish)
Home-made snacks available. Please book as for films: from the website or call 07725 051523.
Barry “The Fish” Melton is the co-founder of the psychedelic rock band Country Joe and The Fish, one of the most influential groups in the San Francisco music scene during the mid to late 1960s. . Barry was the lead guitarist throughout their career, and wrote many of their songs. . .

Barry befriended future band mate Bruce Barthol in his high school’s folk music club in 1964 and soon after met up with Joe McDonald in Berkeley, California, with whom he performed as a duo, Country Joe and The Fish. By 1966 the duo had evolved into a full band, with Bruce Barthol soon in the fold as bass player.

Through a combination of psychedelia and electronic music, the band’s sound was marked by innovative guitar melodies and distorted organ-driven instrumentals which were significant to the development of acid rock. bands.
Barry’s lead guitar playing is utterly distinctive – stinging triplet runs up and down the scale, jarring sustained notes, and runaway frenzied solos – pure unplanned inspiration.

Country Joe & The Fish appeared at the two greatest U.S festivals of the sixties, “Monterey Pop” (1967) and “Woodstock” (1969), and feature in the films and albums. August 17th 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the band’s appearance at the Woodstock Festival.

Country Joe & The Fish broke up in 1970, but although relatively short-lived, they proved to have a major influence on a whole generation of singer-songwriters and bands, notably due to their insistence on mixing music with politics, satire, and irreverence in an unprecedented way.

Since 1970 Barry has performed in Italy, England, Ireland, France, Thailand and Russia – and of course all over the U.S.A. He often appears with his own Barry Melton Band, and tours Europe in the summer with the noted French musician Stephane Missri, both as a duo and with their band Jamasutra. Stephane will be accompanying Barry on his U.K tour.

This is a great opportunity to see a living legend!

Friday 9th August 8:30pm
Bohemian Rhapsody (12A) UK 2018 134 mins.
Dir: Bryan Singer. Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton
Nostalgic, funny and finely-performed biopic of Freddie Mercury and Queen.


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