Chester Film Society – 50th Anniversary Season 22/23

Celebrating with the best of contemporary and independent world cinema Running from
Next event: Thursday 6 October at 7.30pm
  • £7 pay on the door
  • Garret Theatre

Chester Film Society offers the people of Chester and surrounding areas the chance to see some of the finer films of world cinema in a relaxing and appreciative atmosphere.

Our programme provides a selection of new releases and classics, with varying themes and genres, many of which have bypassed the North West of England, but always chosen to interest, intrigue and entertain. ·

15 September 2022 – Sound of Metal
22 September 2022 – Petite Maman
6 October 2022 – Quo Vadis, Aida?
13 October – Swan Song 
3 November 2022 – Lamb
24 November 2022 – Master Cheng
1 December 2022 – Belle
12 January 2023 – Nae Pasaran!
26 January 2023 – Dear Tenant
9 February 2023 – Here We Are
16 March 2023 – Who You Think I Am
30 March 2023 – Hope

Non-members are welcome to attend any film. Tickets on the door will be available at £7 per film or £4 for Under 25s. Card payment only, please. There is no need to book tickets in advance, but we give priority to seating Chester Film Society Members, then subject to available seats will start admitting Guests. We’ve always had capacity in the past. For more details on membership, see our website.

Upcoming events

Thursday 6 October 7.30pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 13 October 7.30pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 3 November 7.30pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 24 November 7.30pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 1 December 7.30pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 12 January 2023 7.30pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 26 January 2023 7.30pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 9 February 2023 7.30pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 16 March 2023 7.30pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 30 March 2023 7.30pm Garret Theatre

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