29th Oct, 2020

Film fans in for a treat at the Fairfield Flicks

CINEMA-GOERS who have missed their films on the big screen can go to the new Fairfield Flicks programme which starts next week.

Knives Out will be screened at 7.30pm on Wednesday, September 23, followed by Mrs Lowry and Son at 2.15pm a week later on September 23.

And on October 26 there will be a special autism-friendly screening of the movie Onward.

All films are shown at Fairfield Community Hall, Stourbridge Road, where Covid-safe measures have been put in place.

Audience sizes have been reduced and face masks are compulsory, except for those exempt on medical grounds.

Fairfield Flicks spokesperson Conrad Palmer said all volunteers were looking forward to welcoming people back and people’s safety and well-being was the top priority.

“We would like to assure our customers we have done everything we can to bring cinemas back into people’s lives as we adjust to the new normal.”

Visit fairfieldflicks.org.uk for more information and to book tickets.

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