By Audlem Webteam - 14th January 2007 12:03pm
Last night's turnout at the Public Hall once again proved that cinema can be successful in Audlem, as more than a hundred people went along to watch Alan Bennett's entertaining The History Boys. This follows November's successful showing of BAFTA-nominated The Queen by Reels on Wheels. So why travel to Crewe or Hanley when you can just pop down into the village to watch one of the latest films?
The date for the next film showing at the Public Hall is Saturday, March 24th. We don't know what it will be yet, but can assure you that it should be well worth watching. Keep an eye on the Online calendar for further details.
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