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. We have a special, free screening of the Disaster Artist for all prospective volunteers on Thursday, September 20th. For further information please visit our website or call us. Doors and bar are open half an hour before the published film time. It’s a good idea to book. You can book online here or 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) 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 START EARLIER THAN USUAL!!

European Film Club
We are continuing with our European films this season. NB: see the earlier start times. We try to speak the language of the film both in the box office and bar (it’s not strict! Don’t be put off if you can’t remember your school French). We screen in the original language with English subtitles.

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7–23 November
Into Film Festival
The Into Film Festival is the world’s largest free film festival – a celebration of film & education for 5-19 year olds and their teachers. It aims to put film at the heart of children and young people’s learning, contributing to their cultural, creative and personal development. The Festival provides thousands of free film screenings, activities, workshops and cinema experiences designed to complement the curriculum and provide valuable educational opportunities. For more information please visit www.intofilm.org/festival. The Roxy’s festival screenings will also be on our website.

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Thursday, November 8th and Thursday, November 15th. 8:30pm
The Roxy presents: Wildlife Shorts
Last season’s wildlife screenings were so well received that we have been asked to screen another selection. So, by popular request, Roxy member, Axbridge resident, conservationist and filmmaker Alice Owen returns to present a collection of work from students of UWE Bristol’s MA in Wildlife Filmmaking, in cooperation with the BBC’s Natural History Unit. Some films may be repeated for those who missed them the first time around, and some will be new. The films tackle some of today’s most compelling conservation issues. Bristol is a centre of excellence for natural history programming, so come and see these lovely films, some of which will be introduced by Alice and her fellow filmmakers in person.
Read full details of films to be screened


Friday, November 23rd 8:30pm
Crowhurst (12A) UK 2017 103 mins.
Dir: Simon Rumley. Justin Salinger, Amy Loughton
The extraordinary true story of the amateur yachtsman who entered a round-the-world sailing race, became overwhelmed, and tried to fake his co-ordinates to ‘complete’ the race.

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Wednesday, 28th November.
Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm show
Richard Crowe: One man stand-up show in aid of Arts & Health SW. £10.
“Here is a special announcement of a one off opportunity

  • To get a preview of a seriously funny new one man show
  • To help Arts and Health South West raise guaranteed matched funding from The Big Give

Richard Crowe, local writer, performer and creative producer has made a one man show, Over the Wall picking Apples about his response to admission into the mental health service, a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, medication (the highs…. the lows) and making sense of a lifetime over the wall picking apples. He will be touring the show through the South West next year.
For one night only and in aid of Arts and Health South West, Richard will talk about the genesis of the show – this is what happened, how we developed the ideas, the safeguarding we put in place, the reactions/responses we’ve had to date, what happens next – all illustrated with a preview of some of the scenes and stories from the show and with Q&A after.
It will make you laugh, it will make you cry. Don’t miss this terrific opportunity to learn more about making art out of lived experience.

So friends, please contact me if you would like tickets which cost £10 each – remember for every £10 you spend Arts and Health SW will earn another £10 from The Big Give.
Date and time 28 Nov 7pm for 7.30pm ,venue The Roxy,  High Street, Axbridge, BA26 2AF.
Usual wine and nibbles!

I f you’d like to learn more about what Arts and Health does then visit our website – www.ahsw.org.uk
We’re also on Facebook and other social media.”


Thursday, November 29th, and Friday, November 30th 8:30pm
3 Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (15) USA 2018 115 mins.
Dir: Martin McDonagh. Frances McDormand
In this hugely successful tragicomedy, a vigilante confronts both the police and the tragedy of her daughter’s death by erecting roadside monuments to her grief and rage. Magnificently acted.

European Film Club
Tuesday, December 4th 7:30pm
La Lengua de las Mariposas (Butterfly’s tongue – Spanish)
(15) ESP 1999 96 mins.
Dir: José Luis Cuerda. Manuel Lozano, Fernando Fernán Gómez,
This tender coming-of-age film with a political edge examines the relationship between a teacher and a student in 1936 during the Civil War.

Friday, December 7th 8:30pm
The Happy Prince (15) UK 2018 105 mins.
Dir: Rupert Everett. Rupert Everett, Colin Firth
Directed by and starring Everett, this poignant dramatisation of Wilde’s final years in exile is a powerful parable of passion and redemption. Beautifully designed.

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Friday, December 14th 8:30pm
Early Man (PG) UK 2018 89 mins.
Dir: Nick Park. Eddie Redmayne, Tom Hiddleston
Aardman’s latest stop-motion epic is a timely story about a stone age English tribe playing football against sophisticated continentals. Lovably, colloquially English -this is a story concerned with Britain’s sense of history and identity. By accident or design, Aardman have made a Brexit film!


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