Thursday 2nd August
Tickets £8.00 / Under 18s or Non drinkers £5.00, includes a pint of Yorkshire beer or a nostalgic soft drink with a slice of Yorkshire Parkin!
Run Time: 1 hour 50 mins. Film finish aprox 9:20pm
Seating Set Up: Raked seating in use for all cinema events. All seats are unreserved.
Acclaimed drama from director Ken Loach following a young boy from a working-class Northern town who begins training a falcon to find relief from his problems.
Billy (David Bradley) appears to have little hope in his life. He is bullied by his brother and neglected by his mother, while his inability to pay attention at school suggests he is destined for a future spent working in the harsh conditions of the local mine.
The discovery of a young kestrel falcon is an important event in his life. Caring for and training Kes becomes a positive way for him to express himself and, with the help of his English teacher, Mr Farthing (Colin Welland), Billy even begins reading books on falconry so he can take better care of his pet. However, as the problems at home continue, will Billy be allowed to develop his natural affinity with Kes?
Tickets available to buy online through the 'Book Tickets' link above.
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