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Pix In the Stix Community Cinema

Charity Night For The heart Foundation 17th November 2018

Our next charity event will be a Country and Western Evening with a professional line dance instructor and Calamity Jane, Nachos, and a bar.

This will be a great evenin, aimed at film fans and people who have never line danced before but fancy a bit of a go. There will be prizes for the best dressed and a raffle.

 

tickets from Barney’s £5.00

 

 

 

 

As well as our usual film schedule, on the 17th November we will be holding a Country and Western Line DancePix in the Stix is a volunteer run community cinema for East Linton, Tyninghame and surrounding area. The idea of Pix in the Stix is to bring cinema into an area which is predominantly rural. We aim to show a broad range of films from U rated to18 rated. We show children’s films, family films, animations, classic, world cinema, horror and ser dramas. We are trying to provide something each season for everyone and are always prepSince we set up in 2009 we have shown well over 300 films and have gone from strength to strength. Most of our film nights are busy, and always result in discussion.  We don’t always play it safe or go for blockbusters, sometimes we see little known movies with great reviews from around the world. Some are loved by everyone, some are loved by some and not liked by others, but it is always a fun night out.We set up the tables with nibbles and candles for the adult evening movie and have a bar supplied by East Linton Wines. All in all it is a good night out.


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