One Friday most months from 7pm
Meet at 7pm for dinner (we'll provide jacket potatoes, you bring fillings to share). Film starts at 8pm.
Friday 25 October: Awakening the Sleeping Goddess (2012)
Documentary - The quest for recognition and better education of the Tibetan nuns in exile.
Friday 29 November: Rivers and Tides: Andy Goldsworthy Working with Time (2001)
Documentary - Artist Andy Goldsworthy fuses art and nature to reveal magic in the seemingly mundane, to challenger perceptions of nature and time.
Friday 27 December: Little Buddha (1993)
After the death of Lama Dorje, Tibetan Buddhist monks find three children - one American and two Nepalese - who may be the rebirth of their great teacher.
Frequently Asked Questions
What food should I bring?
We'll provide jacket potatoes, so bring anything which would work as a filling. If you're not a very good cook, basics like salad and hummus always go down well - or you could bring sweets and popcorn for the movie!
All food brought into the centre must be vegetarian, but as many of those attending will be vegan, we suggest vegan only food.
Do I need to book?
No - just turn up!
Do I need to be a regular at the centre?
No - movie nights are for anyone who comes to the centre to get to know each other, whether you've only come a few times or you've been coming for years!
I can't make it for the meal - can I come just for the movie?
Of course! The screening starts at 8pm so try to arrive a little before that.
How much does it cost?
All of our events are run on a donation basis. There is no set charge, we just ask you to give what you can to support the event.