Kick off the start of every month at Gala, as we screen classic films in our revamped Studio space. It’s a relaxed environment to watch your favourite flicks, with our bar open throughout for you to buy alcoholic tipples and snacks. Each ticket includes a free tea, coffee or soft drink to reinvigorate you for going back to work on Monday.
Tickets cost £5.
Sunday 5 May, 6.00pm
Devil-may-care navy pilot Pete Mitchell is sent to Miramar Naval Air Station for advanced training. Here he vies with Tom Kasansky for the coveted ‘Top Gun’ award. When not so occupied, Mitchell carries on a romance with civilian consultant Charlotte Blackwood. Shaken up by the death of a friend, Mitchell loses the Top Gun honour to Kasansky. Worried that he may have lost his nerve, Mitchell is given a chance to redeem himself during a tense international crisis involving a crippled US vessel and a flight of predatory enemy planes.
American Werewolf in London
Sunday 2 June, 6.00pm
While wandering the English moors on vacation, college yanks David and Jack happen upon a quaint pub with a mysterious group of patrons who warn them not to leave the road when walking after dark. Irreverent of such advice, as characters in horror films always are, the two decide to find a short cut…. David wakes up in hospital with a nasty bite wound to his shoulder. The freshly deceased, and rapidly decomposing, Jack arrives soon after to deliver the grim news that, unless he commits suicide, David will become a werewolf when the moon is full.
Sunday 7 July, 6.00pm
A wealthy San Francisco socialite pursues a potential boyfriend to a small Northern California town that slowly takes a turn for the bizarre when birds of all kinds suddenly begin to attack people.
Monty Python’s The Life of Brian
Sunday 4 August, 6.00pm
Born on the original Christmas in the stable next door to Jesus, Brian of Nazareth spends his life being mistaken for a messiah.
Sunday 1 September, 6.00pm
A screenwriter is hired to rework a faded silent film star’s script, only to find himself developing a dangerous relationship.