The Village Screen Quarantine Cinema – Take 2

Ben Williams, Managing Editor
The Village Screen

5 April 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

The Village Screen Quarantine Cinema is back for the second week running for more films, feasting and feel-good tunes from the comfort of your own homes.

On Sunday, snuggling down with seminal 80’s rom-com,  When Harry Met Sally.  Ahead of the film, The Village Screen team will share food recipes from local street food legend Mama Sues, plus delicious cocktail recipes to enjoy (responsibly) at home. Matt Hydes will be spinning the decks in a live DJ set, and viewers can take part in challenges for the chance to win prizes.

The evening will kick-start at 7pm, with the film starting at 8pm. Head over to the Facebook event in the link below for more information.

5 April 2020 Entrance is free Visit now

Where to go near The Village Screen Quarantine Cinema – Take 2

Fairfield Social Club

Launching in spring 2024, Fairfield Social Club is a multi-purpose site next to Angel Meadows Park in the Green Quarter.

The Coro

Nestled in the heart of Ulverston, a rural market town on the fringes of the Lake District, stands The Coro —an esteemed historic hub for arts, culture, and entertainment

Sam Read Bookseller

Award-winning small bookshop in the Lake District. Est. by Sam Read in 1887. Run by Will Smith and Polly Atkin.


Capri serves up homely, family-style Italian food in North Yorkshire.

Manchester Wine Tours

Manchester Wine Tours is a relaxed, fun wine tour, taking in four or five venues across three hours, plus six high-quality glasses of wine.

Juno Books

Friendly local queer and intersectional feminist bookshop in Sheffield. Visit for interesting fiction and non fiction books.

The Dusty Miller

Family friendly pub situated in the beautiful village of Mytholmroyd.

Winckley Square
Winckley Square

Hosting a variety of year-round events, from guided walks to jazz evenings, Winckley Square is a Georgian square packed with history in Preston city centre.

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