Seven years ago four newly single-again women living in Llangennith started a Cinema Club as a part of their "new lives". We were not aiming to make a profit - just to enjoy watching good films with our friends and neighbours in this village and the other villages nearby.

We show an up to date quality film on the second or third Saturday of each month (except August). We choose the film and the Community Cinema Group do the technical bits and show it for us. In fact the projectionist is the very calm and patient Wayne John, who used to run the wonderful little cinema in a railway carriage "La Charette" in Gorseinon.

We have over 500 members now and had our largest audiences - over 100 - for The Calendar Girls, Motorcycle Diaries, Mamma Mia and Touching the Void.

Entry is open to all - just pay £1 for life long membership at the door and then £4 entry fee.
Liquid refreshments are available in the kitchen, where much chat goes on before the performance.

Upcoming films

Saturday September 28th  @ 19.30

(Doors and bar open at 18.45)

One of World Cinema's award winning films

Halidora Geirharosdottir, Davio por Jonsson


 'Woman at War' (12A)

Independent, feisty Halla is not just the life and soul of the local choir but also leads a double life as an undercover environmental activist, but this threatens a long-held hope of hers A hugely enjoyable call to arms that delivers laughs hand-in-hand with an urgent environmental and human message. Filmed in Iceland and challenges both personal and human responsibilities.

Offbeat, poignant and visually exquisite...both quirky and timely!

Saturday October 26th    @ 19.30

(Doors and bar open at 18.45)

An amazing and inspirational Documentary

Tracy Edwards, Jo Gooding and the crew as themselves


 'Maiden' (12A)

They were told NO because they were women.

This is the true story that proved everyone WRONG 24yr old Tracey Edwards, once resident of College Mill  Llangennith became skipper of the first ever all-female crew to enter the 'Whitbread Round the World Race'

 in 1989. The crew included another local Jo Gooding as cook and on board photographer. The original footage makes it totally authentic. There is excitement, humour and pathos, the film grips you from start to finish!

'Inspirational, moving, emotional! Women of all ages should see this film and believe they can accomplish anything!

More excitement!! Jo Gooding will be introducing the film and hosting a Q&A session afterwards.

Saturday November 16th    @ 19.30

(Doors and bar open at 18.45)


Telephone: 01792 386 685
Email: info(at)
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Llangennith Hall,
Llangennith, Swansea,
West Glamorgan, SA3 1HU

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