Moviola nights come to Honeystreet and the Altons
Honeystreet’s Coronation Hall is to get its own Moviola Club - kicking off on January 17 with the Brian Cox-Miranda Richardson film Churchill. That will be followed on Valentine’s Day with My Cousin Rachel and Murder on the Orient Express on March 14.
Honeystreet and the Altons will join Pewsey, Devizes, Enford, Box, Bradford on Avon, and Kennet Valley where film clubs or Moviolas are already established.
The brainchild behind the Honeystreet venture is Robert Carpenter-Turner. Bee-keeper, opera singer and photographer, Robert moved to Honeystreet from London ten years ago.
The Moviola movement is a growing trend with small and rural villages with villagers able to see the nearly-latest films for a fraction of the price of seats in large cinema chains and major cities. Moviola works with not-for-profit groups to bring films to new audiences.
The Coronation Hall is already a top venue in Honeystreet for pantomimes, flower shows, coffee mornings, Yoga, art classes and many other events. As the name suggest built in 1953 and was recently refurbished.
For more in-village entertainment watch marlborough.news' What's On calendar.
Moviola is looking for people in South Wiltshire to become part-time Moviola presenters.