Thursday May 23rd 2024

Doors, & Well Stocked Chilled Bar by Zena, open from 7:00PM

Film Starts at 7:30PM

Henley Memorial Hall, Station Rd. Henley-In-Arden, B95 5JP



An original and very watchable film set in Edinburgh and Leicester about the dedication of one woman – Philippa Langley, to find the remains of King Richard III – a true story which resulted in his high-profile re-internment in 2015

The battle for the unheard to be heard and for those whose history has been stolen , re-written or silenced by those in power to push back and speak out : We know now how the working class and women’s history has been pushed into the shadows to the glorification of a tiny minority – this film shows how that is done – so politely , so relentlessly . Anyone who has watched barristers, politicians or journalists cherry-picking evidence to prove a lie will be cheering through tears at this film. Sally Hawkins is brilliant: portraying a personal struggle against having her own reality denied (as an ME sufferer) alongside the struggle to get history re-written for someone who has had their reality denied for 500 years, it speaks out for all those who have had our histories denied or rewritten and all groups who have been dehumanised, portrayed as monsters to feed a political narrative of those in power.

Rural Cinema tickets are available from Nina & Julie in The Henley Boutique.

Pop in and get your tickets whilst checking out their exciting range of fashion & accessories.

Pre paid tickets £4 (Last sale 1pm on the day of Film) or pay on the door £5

If you are a resident of Beaudesert & Henley in Arden & want to protect where we live you need to vote in the NDP Referendum.

MAY 30th at the Memorial Hall.

Cast your Vote on the Public Referendum of the Beaudesert & Henley in Arden Neighbourhood Development Plan 

The Beaudesert and Henley Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) passed Examination in February 2024. It needs a high turnout of Residents to vote in order for it to be accepted.

Don’t forget to take your ID which includes your PHOTO.

Accepted forms of photo ID

You can use any of the following accepted forms of photo ID when voting at a polling station.


  • Passport issued by the UK, any of the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man, a British Overseas Territory, an EEA state or a Commonwealth country (including an Irish Passport Card)

Driving, Parking & Travel

  • Driving licence issued by the UK, (this includes a provisional driving licence)
  • A Blue Badge
  • Older Person’s Bus Pass funded by the UK Government
  • Disabled Person’s Bus Pass funded by the UK Government