The Regal Theatre is home to the Regal Film Society. The programme of films for its 22nd season, which runs from September 2016 to July 2017 is available from a number of outlets in Minehead, including the Regal, Toucan Wholefoods and the Library.
Membership for the season costs £16.50 for an individual and £27 for a couple, with a concessionary price of £11 per person. Admission to films costs £3.00 for members and £5.00 for guests. Tickets are only available from the Regal box office.
Contact Victoria on 01643 831343 for more information.
Membership of the Friends of the Regal is separate and does not include Film Society membership.
WELCOME to the film society’s 22nd season – Spring / Summer 2017
Besides the programme for members and their guests, there will be monthly public films the titles of which will be confirmed nearer the time.
Based at the Regal Theatre in Minehead, The Regal Film Society is the largest film society in the south west and one of the largest in the UK with more than 400 members. We have recently installed a digital cinema package.
Registered charity no 1162286
This season two film society programmes will be published: one Autumn/Winter edition for the period September 2016 to January 2017 and a second Spring/Summer edition for the period February to July 2017.
Rather than mailing out copies of the second edition, we will let you know when they are available to pick up from the Regal.
Please note: Tickets may only be purchased via the box office, NOT on-line.
Tuesday June 27 7.30pm
End-of-season gala OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (Cert 15)
Dir Ritesh Batra UK 2017 108 mins
Jim Broadbent gives an engaging and sympathetic performance in this British film adaptation of Julian Barnes’s novel from the director of The Lunchbox Ritesh Batra.
Broadbent plays grumpy retiree Tony whose past catches up with him when he receives a mysterious legacy from the mother of his girlfriend from university days Veronica. The legacy is the diary of a friend who became Veronica’s lover after she and Tom broke up acrimoniously.
When Tom reconnects with Veronica he is forced to confront a number of painful memories from his past as she sheds new light on the events surrounding their failed relationship. The film also stars Charlotte Rampling, Emily Mortimer and Harriet Walter.