Community cinema launches season in King’s Lynn

May 9, 2018 by  

King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club (KLCCC) has planned to screen eight movies.

The KLCCC will start its film season with a showing of ‘The Party’. This comedy will be the first movie in a series of films that will last until the autumn. Poster printing from King’s Lynn can be useful for groups which want to host events. Ian Barton, the club chair, told the Eastern Daily Press:

“It’s important to emphasise that we are a very friendly group and run several organised social events as well as meeting for a drink after every screening. We are really keen to attract new members to the Club, but are also happy for people to attend on a one-off basis, and have introduced £5 day membership so that people can come along to see any film or to see if they want to join.”

Barton clarified that the club embraces a wide range of genres. He stated that classics and foreign films are employed to add something a bit different to every movie season. Three specific films might get some enthusiasts excited. Movie buffs may welcome the opportunity to see ‘Lady Bird’, ‘The Big Sick’ and ‘All About Eve’. The pulling power of ‘Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool’ shall be tested in the summer.

Membership of the club is reserved to those over 18. However, people who do sign up with the non-profit can bring guests with them.