Bolton’s Cinema at the Crescent showing free films

No cost movies will be shown in the New Calendar year as section of the Heat Spaces Initiative.

Cinema at the Crescent has been running for many decades, providing no cost film screenings in the Lecture Theatre at Bolton Central Library.

A loved ones favourite is demonstrated at 1pm on the second Saturday of each individual thirty day period and basic movies are proven on the 2nd Wednesday each thirty day period in the course of Silver Screenings.

And starting in the new year, films will be demonstrated each and every Wednesday at 2pm as component of Bolton Libraries Heat Areas initiative.

Weekly screenings will start on January 4 with far more listings to be verified.

Bolton Council Deputy Leader, Cllr Hilary Fairclough explained the council is delighted to offer a heat area to get pleasure from a film completely free of demand to the local community.

She stated: “For many several years, Cinema at the Crescent has offered family members and movie enthusiasts in Bolton the prospect to appreciate totally free screenings each and every month.

“This provide is now staying amplified as element of our Warm Spaces initiative to support people who may well be battling by the mounting price tag of heating their properties.

“It is a hard time for a lot of of our people and I am delighted we are ready to present the possibility to hold warm and delight in a film fully free of charge.”

A schedule of the films to be demonstrated:

  • 4 January – No Time To Die (3pm)
  • 11 January (subtitles) – Unchartered
  • 18 January – Yesterday (3pm)
  • 25 January – Initial Man
  • 1 February – Often Constantly Under no circumstances
  • 8 February – The Lost Town
  • 8 March (subtitles) – Operation Mincemeat
  • 12 April – Elvis
  • 10 May (subtitles) – Emma
  • 14 June – Summerland

 

Free of charge refreshments are also readily available throughout the heat areas screening.

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