Film at Camberley Theatre this May

Camberley Theatre has launched an exciting new cinema season – with a difference. The season encompasses a vast array of films both old and new including some traditional Hollywood classics and foreign language films.

In May Camberley Theatre are screening two films starring the magnificent Dame Judi Dench. With an Academy Award, 2 Golden Globe’s, 6 OlivierAwards and a staggering 10 BAFTA’s, it is fair to say she is not only one of Britain’s best loved actresses but one of the world’s most well-respected actresses. ‘Mrs Brown’ will be screened on 3 May and ‘Mrs Henderson Presents’ on 24 May, both at 7:30pm.

On 17 May, there is a screening of classic French film ‘Les Choristes’. The correctional school for orphans and problematic boys us run with iron fists by the cruel director Rachin – until the arrival of former music teacher Clément Mathieu, who sees the opportunity to transform the lives of the boys and everyone around them through the power of music. This film shows at 2:30pm and 7:30pm

International film 'A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night' will be shown on 31 May. In the Iranian ghost-town Bad City, the townspeople are unaware they are being stalked by a lonesome vampire. A cool, stylish and darkly comic flip of the traditional Vampire myth, shot in monochrome by first-time feature director and British-born Iranian Ana Lily Amirpour. An Iranian Vampire Western with a killer soundtrack. ‘Twilight’ this is not! This film screens at 7:30pm.

Tickets for all films are £6 full price and £5 for Theatre Club Members. They can be purchased in person, online at or by calling the Box Office on 01276 707600

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