Cinema Nairn celebrates its 100th screening on Friday 22nd April with Indian film ‘The Lunch Box’ (PG) .
To mark the occasion, the film will be preceded by free Indian nibbles from 7pm.
Set up by a group of enthusiasts in 2009, Cinema Nairn’s aim was to use the
facilities of the new community centre to return regular local cinema to the town.
Programmes concentrate on quality films past and present with the emphasis on lesser known gems which may have slipped beneath the radar. This approach has won a loyal following with evening audiences of up to 110 people, and the four matinees held each year with tea and bakes included are equally popular. It’s a lovely afternoon out especially for those who can’t make evening showings.
‘The Lunch Box’ tells the story of an unlikely romance conducted through messages popped into the lunch box of a lonely widower, and was BAFTA nominated as well as winning many Asian film awards.