Flicks in the Sticks

For over twenty years Flicks in the Sticks has been bringing world class cinema to the small village of Garway.  From World Cinema to art-house independent films and blockbusters, Flicks in the Sticks brings big screen entertainment to your doorstep in a monthly community event. Our regular films are shown on the second Tuesday of every month from September to May.  Garway also hosts two films in the Borderlines Film Festival which comes to the county every year in February/March.  

If you haven’t yet experienced the unique atmosphere of a Garway Flicks night, do come along.

We also offer a spectacular array of cakes, teas and coffees (now renowned far and wide!)  www.facebook.com/GarwayFlicks

Admission is £5.00         Start time 7.30pm

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Forthcoming films

January 8th– DANGAL  (PG). A compelling true story of family, ambition, and breaking through traditional prejudices. A father pushes his two daughters towards international success in the most unlikely of arenas – amateur wrestling.  A compelling film from India.

February 12th– UNDER THE TREE (15) When Baldwin and Inge’s neighbours complain that a tree in their garden is casting a shadow on their sun-deck, a suburban spat quickly spirals out of control. A darkly hilarious tragi-comedy from Iceland as ordinary folk go from unglued to unhinged. 

March 12th– BOHEMIAN RHAPSHODY (tbc) Traces the meteoric rise of the band, Queen, and their iconic singer, Freddie Mercury.  A foot-stomping celebration of the band and the man who lead them to one of the greatest live performances of all time at Live Aid.

April 8th– THE WIFE (15) In a performance which is being tipped for this year’s Oscar, Glenn Close plays Joan, the self-effacing wife of Joe who delights in his very public role of great American Novelist.  Joe is about to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. Joan is about to drop a bombshell…

May 14th– STAN AND OLLIE (12A) Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly star as Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy as they make a farewell tour of British seaside resorts in the 1950s. A lacklustre tour is saved by a series of TV appearances which bring the famous duo into public consciousness again but soon simmering tensions re-appear.  

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