4th December
On the 5th Anniversary of our community cinema we present .....


42nd Street

U 89 mins (Lloyd Bacon 1933)

A real treat to see on the big screen one of the classic and most influential of the great film musicals. It was the first major film of Busby Berkeley with his extravagant and surrealistic choreography and it also introduced such young stars such as Ginger Rogers, Ruby Keeler and Dick Powell.

Might even be a few special treats on the night to celebrate our anniversary !!
Tickets in advance from Cycle Heaven or from the Hall

The South Bank Community Cinema is a grassroots film society set up by film lovers seeking a more relaxed,intimate and social venue than that offered by commercial cinemas. Presenting a selection of popular, classic, art house and foreign language films, screened in the beautifully restored Clement’s Hall on Nunthorpe Road. We provide screenings with ‘cabaret’ style seating around candlelit tables with a fully licensed bar. Annual Membership £5.00
Tickets £3.00 members £4.00 guests
Tickets can be bought in advance from Cycle Heaven in Bishopthorpe Road, from the Hall or on the night. Please note some of our films are very full and tickets on the door are often limited.  

Doors and Bar open 7.30pm Film starts 8.00pm Films usually finish around 10.30 depending upon the length of film .
Clements Hall is in Nunthorpe Road ( opposite the main entrance to Scarcroft School off Moss Street) Nearest parking in Nunnery Lane or Bishy Road car Park

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