Showing at La Charrette Cinema


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Wales Smallest Cinema!

La Charrette was built in the 1950s by Gwyn Phillips as a village cinema for Gorseinon near Swansea. Constructed from a 1920s GWR railway carriage the Cinema can accommodate 23 people and was a popular venue for over 50 years until it became beyond economic repair. However in 2008 the Heritage Centre worked with Mark Kermode from the BBC’s The Culture show to rescue the building and bring it to the Centre for restoration and reuse as a private party venue. see La Charrette – Wikipedia

We have recently carried out further repairs to the interior and will be re-opening in September 2023. Bring your own DVD (Standard or Blu Ray) or USB Stick and enjoy a party for up to 20 people at our private cinema. The red carpet will be rolled out and you can also bring your own food & drinks.

For more information or any questions, contact Sami below:

[email protected]

Twin Town 25th Anniversary showings with Q&A with co-writer and director Kevin Allen

Sat 9th March 2024

First Showing: 1:00pm
Director Q&A: 3:00pm
Second Showing: 4:00pm

Sat 16th March 2024 Cardiff Animation Festival on Tour: Welsh Work

The Cardiff Animation Festival (CAF) team will be traveling across Wales with a brand new touring programme featuring ten award-winning animated short films. Made by Welsh and Wales based filmmakers! The screenings are followed by recorded Q+As with the filmmakers.

95mins, adv 15+

Sat 17th February 2024 - Fruits of the Spirit: A Gathering Film (Q&A with Director Georgia Day)
- Free event

La Charrette Cinema is excited to host The Gathering, an inclusive church based in Cardiff, for a screening of their short film Fruits of the Spirit, with a Q&A with director and screenwriter Georgia Day!

“While Fruits of the Spirit is not a biographical story, it is a very personal one for many of us. Most of us [at the Gathering] have felt the sting of rejection from various churches, and, having found loving community now, wanted to show that it was possible. This film celebrates queerness as a beautiful, tender, and holy thing something that still needs to be said to whoever will listen.”

Made by in partnership with Iris Outreach – the community engagement arm of Iris Prize Film Festival, a prestigious and global LGBTQ+ film festival.

‘Fruits of the Spirit: A Gathering Film’ Screening Tickets, Sat 17 Feb 2024 at 13:00 | Eventbrite

Past Showings

Premier of Smoke Sauna Sisterhood (2023) Rated 15+ on 13th & 18th December 

Sat 17th February 2024 - Fruits of the Spirit: A Gathering Film (Q&A with Director Georgia Day) - Free event

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