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Cinema Listings

We have been presenting films at the Village Hall since September 2016 and in 2017 BLF funded a high-quality 7-speaker, audio-visual system and an installed 3.5m screen. There are no membership requirements and we invite people from Ravensthorpe and surrounding villages to enjoy our varied screenings. Capacity is in excess of 70, but we often fill the room and therefore advise booking tickets in advance.

There are two or more screenings a month from September to June – one mainstream film, one ‘cinephile’ screening and occasional classics. You will find details of how to book – along with a link – on each film page.


We choose the best of the best across diverse genres – typically these showings will be very well received recent films that people may have missed or smash hit older films that people would enjoy seeing again on ‘the big screen’.


These showings are typically foreign language films, documentaries or are of particular cinematographic merit. Often attended by a more committed cinema-goer and film lover, we would recommend you come along as we promise diverse ideas, styles and perspectives with insights into different cultures or ways of life.


Who doesn’t love a classic? We occasionally arrange classic film matinees. Whether you like black and whites, musicals or a good old fashioned western, join us one afternoon.

The Banshees of Inisherin

Ravensthorpe Village Hall Northampton

Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson return in this 2022 flawless tragicomedy of male friendship gone sour from the writer/director of Three Billboards and In Bruges which has received rave reviews and multiple Oscar nominations. Already a winner of three Golden Globes, this film is tipped for BAFTA and Oscar success.
Click on the image for details including synopsis and reviews.


Cinephile Screening – Official Competition

Ravensthorpe Village Hall Northampton

Penélope Cruz is outstanding as she co-stars with Antonio Banderas in this funny satire on movie making. For details click on the image.


Mainstream Cinema – The Outfit

Ravensthorpe Village Hall Northampton

Mark Rylance (Wolf Hall, Bridge of Spies) shines in classy mobster thriller - If you think you know what’s coming, right up until the final seconds, you’re probably wrong. For details click on the image.


Cinephile Screening “Court”

Ravensthorpe Village Hall Northampton

An acclaimed and enlightening debut by writer-director Chaitanya Tamhane that takes a droll look at the antiquated Indian legal system and how caste and class impact daily life and provides a complex social mosaic and overview of Indian society. Click on the image for details including synopsis and reviews.
“If you want to learn something new and meet characters who will stay with you, seek out this completely engrossing multiple award winning film” (The Spectator)


The Village Hall has access and facilities for the disabled and an audio loop is available for hearing aid users. We offer a licensed bar with complimentary tea and coffee. Ravensthorpe Village Cinema is run on behalf of the RVH by Mo Cobbe (Film Selection) and Mike Cobbe (General Manager and Bookings) who are assisted by volunteers in film selection, bar and screenings. We are a member of the BFI Film Hub Midlands (BFI ID BFINC009918) and Cinema for All.

How to book

Advance booking and payment to reserve places is politely requested.

Online booking and payment can be made by clicking below.


    Cash payment can be made by depositing cash at 6 Teeton Road, Ravensthorpe, NN6 8EJ in an envelope marked with your name and the film. To confirm that you will be paying by cash please:

    • email cinema@rvhall.online  
    • or telephone Mike & Mo Cobbe on 01604 328822
    • or telephone Bob Pike on 01604 771277

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