Marnhull Entertains arranges a film every month apart from August and December on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 19.30 in the Village Hall.  Doors open at 19.00.  Tickets are £5 and can be obtained from Robin Hill Stores or Marnhull Stores.

Next film is Yesterday 12A on 26th November (116 minutes).

Jack Malik is a struggling singer-songwriter from Lowestoft. His manager and childhood friend Ellie Appleton encourages him not to give up on his dreams. After Jack is hit by a bus during a global blackout, he sings “Yesterday” for his friends, and discovers they have never heard of the Beatles. After realising the world no longer remembers the band, Jack begins performing their songs, passing them off as his own.

Starring Himish Patel, Lily James and Sofia di Martino.

Directed by Danny Boyle.


St. Gregory’s Church Concerts


Marnhull Entertains in association with Dorset Artsreach

BSO Symphonic Brass

23rd November 19.30 at St Gregory’s Church, Marnhull

BSO Brass present an evening of musical delights, taking you on a journey through exquisite pieces of classical music by Bach and Byrd, to jazz classics such as Oh When the Saints and Just a Closer Walk. The quintet of Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra musicians will herald in the autumn season with stunning majesty and groove. Touring Dorset with Artsreach, the counties touring arts charity. |

See the Village Diary for list of upcoming events