News update: Monday 27th April, 2020.
In accordance with the Government’s recmmendations Hythe Community Cinema is cancelling the screening of our films until further notice.
For those who have purchased tickets for our April film, Lucky, we hope you will find it acceptable for us to refund the price of your ticket when we’re next up and running (so please hang on to your tickets!).
The committee will be reviewing the situation on a month by month basis and will re-open only when it’s in line with Government’s recommendations.
For advice on the Coronavirus, Covid-19 visit the NHS website at www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19
Click here for more about our April film, Lucky.
For information about the current season’s films, please click here.
Hythe Community Cinema
Our aim is to screen films from around the world and to promote enjoyment of the artistic medium of film.
We have a reputation for being friendly and welcoming. Our audiences have steadily grown since we started in 2011 as The Hythe Film Society, and we now generally have audiences of over 100 for our screenings.
As well as showing a main film each month, we sometimes also have a talk by a visiting speaker, some extra short films or a get-together over a drink after the film.
Wine and soft drinks are for sale before the films, as well as in the interval of longer films, when tea and coffee are also offered.
New members (there is no charge for membership) are always welcome – more details below.
The Hythe Community Cinema is at the Tin Tabernacle, Portland Road, Hythe, Kent, CT21 6FL. Full disabled access, but please let us know if you have particular requirements.
7.30 on the first Tuesday of the month, from October to July. Doors open at 7.00.
We are a film society and so, to come to a film, you need to join the Hythe Community Cinema. Membership is free and can be arranged quickly on the door. If you don’t want to wait until a film night to join, please email us your details (firstname.lastname@example.org). Every member will receive a membership card. The minimum age is 16.
When you join, we will need your name. We will also ask for contact details (address, email, phone number) which are useful both for you and us (for instance in the unlikely event of a change of date), but giving these these is optional. We will never pass on your details to a third party without your permission.
Tickets are £4 (on the door or in advance) and £5 for members’ guests. Please arrive in good time to avoid disappointment as we often sell out, or ideally buy your tickets in advance.
Members can buy tickets in advance from Temptations Card Shop in the High Street during the three weeks up to and including the Saturday before the film, and also at the preceding film night.
We regret we are unable to refund the cost of unused tickets.
As we are a society, we expect the great majority of people who come to our films to be members. However, there will be occasions when, for instance, members have someone staying with them from elsewhere who will only ever be coming to a single film. In such cases guests will be welcomed, but will need to be signed in by a member.
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The photograph at the top of this page incorporates the Hythe Crest. The crest is reproduced courtesy of Hythe Civic Society and designed by ARC Creative.