This spring our films celebrate gastronomy and the way food and drink enrich the human experience. There is plenty to whet the appetite and, as ever, a licensed bar on hand serving drinks and snacks to satisfy at our relaxed and friendly venue. Doors and bar open at 7.30pm, films start at 8pm and there’s a short interval unless otherwise stated below. Admission: £3 for members, £4 non-members, £3 under-18s when accompanied by an adult (please check film certification). Membership (Jan-Dec): £5.

22 March
Back to Burgundy
(Ce qui nous lie)

(2017 Cédric Klapisch) 113 mins


The charms and realities of that most quintessential of French industries – wine-making – are beautifully evoked in this recent film. When their father becomes ill, three siblings return to the family vineyard and have to find ways to come together for the good of the farm. Capturing the picturesque Burgundian scenery alongside well-judged performances, director Cédric Klapisch once again shows his sure touch for droll dramas of family life which has earned him acclaim and success at the French box-office and beyond.


Saturday 30 March Phantom Thread 15
Daniel Day-Lewis’s last film and partly shot in Robin Hood’s Bay. With an introduction about the true cost of fast fashion. Pop up Fair Trade shop and information stall. Doors open 7pm, film starts at 7.30pm. Tickets £5 or £4 for members.

Additional screening with York Fair Trade Forum