The South Bank Community Cinema is a grassroots film society set up by film lovers seeking a more relaxed, intimate and social venue than that offered by commercial cinema. Presenting a selection of popular, classic, art house and foreign language films, screened in the beautifully restored Clement's Hall on Nunthorpe Road, it aims to provide screenings with 'cabaret' style seating around tables with a licenced bar.
You are encouraged to join the cinema and get involved. The SBCC welcomes volunteers who have the enthusiasm, time and skills to offer - whether specialist film knowledge, technical ability or a willingness to lug the furniture around. Membership (which lasts a calendar year) can be purchased on the door, or guest price applies.
Next Screening: Of Gods and Men Friday 4th November 2011, Bar 7.30, Film 8pm.
Prices: £3.00 members; £4.00 guests.
Annual membership: £5.00.
Tickets can be bought on the night on a first come / first served basis, or in advance from Cycle Heaven on Bishopthorpe Road.
Fridays or Saturdays, twice monthly at 8pm. Doors open at 7.30pm.
Clements Hall, Nunthorpe Road (opposite the main entrance to Scarcoft School off Moss St).
The South Bank Community Cinema Society.
How to get there?
If you live locally - walk or cycle. Otherwise, the nearest parking is in Nunnery Lane or Bishopthorpe Road shopper's car park (residents should display York sticker for free parking).