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Featured Event

Thursday May 16th - Saturday 18th - 7.30pm - Village Hall

Curtain up on Murder - A thriller.

Hepworth Players present: a play by Bettine Manktelow. Tickets 7 from Ruth Brook (686557)

WHAT'S ON: May/June 2019

 

Monday May 13th - 7.30pm - Village Hall

Community Association meeting

Thursday May 16th - 7.30pm - Village Hall

Curtain up on Murder - A thriller.

Hepworth Players present: a play by Bettine Manktelow. Tickets 7 from Ruth Brook (686557)

Friday May 17th - 7.30pm - Village Hall

Curtain up on Murder - A thriller.

Hepworth Players present: a play by Bettine Manktelow. Tickets 7 from Ruth Brook (686557)

Saturday May 18th - 10.00am - Village Hall

Playgroup Spring Fair

Saturday May 18th - 7.30pm - Village Hall

Curtain up on Murder - A thriller.

Hepworth Players present: a play by Bettine Manktelow. Tickets 7 from Ruth Brook (686557)

Friday June 7th - 7.30pm - Village Hall

Holmfirth Film Festival: - Under the Tree 

Dir. Hafstein Gunnar Sigurdsson (Iceland 2017 88mins 15)

From the same team that produced "RAMS", last year's highlight about two brothers and sheep, this absolute gem was Iceland's entry to the Oscars. A near perfect Fargo-like social drama with great acting is a complex, tender and ironic tale of neighbourly disputes that is also tragic.   

Doors and bar open from 7.00pm. 5. Tickets for films to be shown at Hepworth are available from the Oxfam Bookshop Holmfirth, online or reserve from Ruth Brook 686557 www.holmfirthfilmfestival.com/  

Saturday June 8th - 2.00pm - Village Hall

Holmfirth Film Festival - A Month in the Country. 

Dir. Pat O'Connor (UK 1987 96mins PG)

Starring Colin Firth and Kenneth Branagh in their first film, this is a captivating adaption of J. L. Carr's novel set in Yorkshire in 1920 about former soldiers scarred by their experiences. Excellent English romanticism rarely seen but now re-released and remastered after the original print was feared lost.    

Doors and bar open from 1.30pm. 5. See "Films Nights" above for tickets

Saturday June 8th - 7.30pm - Village Hall

Holmfirth Film Festival - The Guilty 

Dir. Gustave Moller (Denmark 2018 85mins 15)

Denmark's entry to the Oscars is an absolutely gripping abduction thriller done in real time. The Guardian said it was 'a masterclass in wringing breathless tension from just a few key ingredients' - man in a room, a female and a gun. A superb central performance by Jakob Cedergren and great direction. 

Doors and bar open from 7.00pm. 5. See "Films Nights" above for tickets  

Sunday June 9th - 2.00pm - Village Hall

Holmfirth Film Festival: - An afternoon of delights...

Alice in Wonderland and the best short films

Dir. Jonathan Miller  (UK 1966 70mins PG) 

An extraordinary, unsettling and starkly imaginative version of the Lewis Carroll tale. Not only different to the others but also the best. First aired on the BBC on 28 December 1966 and starring a whole host of 60s British actors, it challenges the notion that we are living in a golden age of television.

Along with a selection of the very best short films screened by the Festival over the past decade.

Doors and bar open from 1.30pm.  FREE.

Sunday June 9th - 7.30pm - Village Hall

Holmfirth Film Festival:- The Mexican Suitcase

Dir. Trisha Ziff (Mexico 2011 86mins 12) 

This proved to be one of the most popular documentaries screened by the Festival - and deservedly so. The story of three lost boxes recovered in Mexico in 2007. The boxes, misplaced in the chaos of WWII, contained 4,400 negatives of the war photographers of the Spanish Civil War, including those of Robert Capra. Beautiful score by Michael Nyman. 

Doors and bar open from 7.00pm. 5. See "Films Nights" above for tickets     

Monday June 10th - 7.30pm - Village Hall

Community Association meeting 

Wednesday June 12th - 10.00am - Village Hall

Charity Coffee morning - Lamplighters. 

Friday June 14th - 7.30pm - Village Hall

Film Night - "I Tonya".

 4. Doors and bar open 7.00pm and afterwards.

Sunday June 23rd - 8.00pm - Village Hall

Eve of Feast music night

Monday June 24th

Hepworth Feast

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