This autumn our choice of films reflects the many ways in which music runs through our lives both on and off the screen. From pop, rock and jazz by way of Bollywood, Michel Legrand and G&S, there’s something for all tastes. But the film’s the thing so, whatever the musical genre, we hope you’ll enjoy the picture. As ever, we’re a relaxed and friendly venue with licensed bar. Doors and bar open at 7.30pm, films start at 8pm and there’s a short interval. Admission: £3 for members, £4 non-members, £3 under-18s when accompanied by an adult (please check film certification). Membership (Jan-Dec): £5.

21 December
Buena Vista Social Club U (1999 Wim Wenders) 105 mins
We finish the season by casting off the gloom of midwinter with a trip to Havana. Wim Wenders documents the life and work of a group of aging Cuban musicians, rediscovered in the 1990s. Coming out of retirement, they record a hit album which brings them to worldwide prominence. The picture’s heart-warming exploration of the vitality both of a collection of individuals and Cuba’s musical history is the perfect note on which to conclude this year’s films.