Cinema on your Doorstep

We are community cinema in action at Carshalton Methodist Church. We show films you missed the first time round: cinema classics, musicals, dramas, and comedies.

Our large screen, powerful projector, surround sound and blackout blinds create an attractive cinema environment. We show most films with subtitles to assist people with hearing difficulties.

Cinema - Walking the CaminoOur monthly programmes provide a community experience with coffee, tea, ice creams, popcorn and sweets on sale. We also share thought-provoking film notes with our audiences.

Admission is free; donations are appreciated to help cover our licence fees, equipment, films and other expenses.

We also visit several homes for older people and clubs for people with dementia.

Cinema reel (animated)Forthcoming cinema presentations

We do not expect to be able to resume film shows in any form before January at the earliest.

All our film shows are in the Ruskin Hall with screenings at 3.00 pm and 7.30 pm unless otherwise stated. Doors open half an hour before show times.

Contact us for film titles and further details

Under the terms of our video licence we are not permitted to advertise our films publicly. To receive regular updates about the dates and times of our shows, along with full details of the films being shown, please sign up to our email mailing list. In normal times we send a newsletter about once a month, and usually a reminder shortly before each show.

We use Mailchimp to operate our mailing list. The sign-up link opens a Mailchimp form in a new browser tab. Sign up now to ensure you hear about our plans for re-opening as soon as we have any news.

You can also get details of our film shows by contacting the church office.

uploaded_images/437.gifCinema on your Doorstep at Carshalton Methodist Church is a member of Damaris Film Clubs. These bring together friends, families, clubs and communities to share, explore, reflect and discuss movies, their themes and the ideas they raise. Cinema on your Doorstep is also supported by the Sutton Community Fund.

Page last updated: 9th November 2020 1:54 PM