Cinema on your Doorstep

Cinema on your Doorstep

Cinema on your Doorstep is community cinema in action at Carshalton Methodist Church.  We offer film-based programmes to church friends and members of our community most months – popular films you missed the first time around; movie classics; comedies; and musicals. We charge no admission fees but invite donations to cover our licence fees and purchase of equipment and films.

We will send you email details of our forthcoming programmes and events if you let us have your email address. Please email your details to

Reel Life - Let's talk about the Movies says Rev Julie Underwood

Films contain messages and film directors deal with issues, just like the writers of good books and sermons. Rev Julie Underwood, a keen movie fan herself, discusses films shown at our afternoon matinees and we share thought-provoking film notes with our audiences. Come and explore the world of the movies with us.

Coming to our Community Cinema screen soon

Lawrence of Arabia

Saturday 10th May at 3.00pm - our doors open at 2.30pm. Film rated 12.  Admission free - donations appreciated. Sub titles for people with hearing difficulties

Our film with Peter O'Toole and Omar Sharif is regularly in the list of the ten best films ever made. Released in 1962 by British director David Lean, it is the story of Thomas Edward Lawrence, an amazingly complex man who blazed his way to glory in Arabia during the First World War and then sought anonymity as a common aircraftman under an assumed name.  We are offering a single performance having regard to the length of the film which is a little under four hours.

Community Cinema at Carshalton Methodist Church is a member of Damaris Film Clubs. These bring together friends, families, clubs and communities to share, explore, reflect and discuss movies, their themes and the ideas they raise. We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Sutton Community Fund

Our community cinema is supported by the Sutton Community Fund





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