Chorley Empire Community Cinema (formerly Chorley Film Society) have announced the remaining film of the current season - and added an extra one!
The already-announced date of Sunday 17th April will see a showing of rural comedy Tamara Drewe, starring Gemma Arterton and Dominic Cooper.
On Sunday 8th May a bonus film is added to the season - The King's Speech. This drama won Best Actor, Best Director, Best Film, and Best Screenplay at the recent Oscar ceremony and has been a big hit around the world.
As a bonus, Committee member Paul Tate will be doing his own speech as he recreates Rob Wilton's famous "The Day War Broke Out" monologue to introduce the film!
Tickets for both films are £4. CECC Season Ticket holders get in free, and a limited number will be available in advance from Malcolm's Musicland (from Tuesday 5th April).