Cinema Nairn are proud to support the The Scottish Waterways Trust in their hosting of the only Highland screening for an inspirational new ‘Supersize-me’ style film documentary tackling the increasingly fragile connection between children and nature, at Nairn Community Centre at 7pm on Friday 6th December. See the latest post below for full details.
Determined to show interesting films in Nairn as suggested by those who want to watch them i.e. not the regular "blockbusters", but classics and lesser-known gems from around the world.
Films are screened in the Nairn Community & Arts Centre on King Street (just off the A96) and occasionally in The Little Theatre (also in King Street but in Fishertown).
Screenings may sometimes be cancelled or films substituted (for reasons beyond our control such as licencing and/or distribution rights) please check for latest information and before travelling any distance.
Cinema Nairn Programme (subject to change)
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George Mallory was obsessed with becoming the first person to conquer the untouched Mount Everest. He was last seen 800 feet below the summit in 1924, before the clouds rolled in and he disappeared into legend. His death stunned the world.
75 years later, climber Conrad Anker’s life became intertwined with Mallory’s after finding his frozen body with all his belongings intact. The only thing missing was a photograph of his wife, Ruth, which Mallory had promised to place on the summit. Haunted by Mallory’s story, Conrad Anker returns to Everest with British climbing prodigy Leo Houlding to unravel the mysteries surrounding his disappearance.
Friday 25th November at 7.30pm Nairn Community and Arts Centre.
Insanity runs in the family? It gallops! Cinema Nairn's latest Monday Matinee. "Arsenic & Old Lace"
Mortimer Brewster is a newspaperman and author known for his diatribes against marriage. We watch him being married at city hall in the opening scene. Now all that is required is a quick trip home to tell Mortimer's two maiden aunts. While trying to break the news, he finds out his aunts' hobby; killing lonely old men and burying them in the cellar. It gets worse...
Tickets only £2.00 plus teas and home-baking! (Arsenic not included, you'll be pleased to hear!)
Nairn Community & Arts Centre, Monday 14th November at 2.00 pm