Visitors to the island are charmed by the ‘step back in time’ feel of watching a film whilst on holiday in Alderney. The small cinema seats only ninety people and until recently still broke for half-time while the projectionist changed the film reel. It is run by enthusiastic volunteers and usually opens on a Monday and Thursday evening.
Tickets can be bought from Movies and Music shop a few doors up, or purchased at the Box Office half an hour before a showing.
Adults £7 for non-members aged 15 and over, £5 for under 15s.
Cancelled until further notice.
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