We are pleased to welcome you back to the Morton Majestic but are aware that, even though the Government has removed virtually all restrictions, there remains a real risk of infection.

Everyone has been given the opportunity to receive a vaccination against Covid and our expectation is that everyone who attends will be double vaccinated with the exception of under 18s and medical exemptions.

We will also take steps to protect everyone who attends our films, including restricting capacity to 60, setting out the seating to ensure a measure of social distancing and our preference is for advance booking and payment for tickets.

It is also important that you help us to ensure everyone’s safety and we have therefore decided that, to protect all of our volunteer staff and fellow cinema goers, a number of measures will remain in place when visiting us.

  • Please do not attend if you are displaying any of the symptoms associated with Covid-19.
  • Check in using the QR code at the main entrance. If you do not have the app on your phone please let us have your contact details.
  • Use the hand sanitiser at the main entrance.
  • Contact us if you test positive for Covid-19 within 7 days of attending a film.
  • Please wear a face covering when entering the parish hall and at all times when moving around the hall. Face coverings may be removed when seated.

Thursday 18th November – 7.15 for 7.30pm start



Dream Horse is shamelessly predictable and thoroughly feel-good, miss seeing it and you’ll lose more than your shirt.

Six years ago the Morton Majestic was filled to the rafters for the overwhelmingly likeable documentary Dark Horse. For once the film-makers have got it right and turned the story into a cracking feature film.

“£300? Could’ve gone to Benidorm for that,” scoffs Brian (Owen Teale).His overworked and underappreciated wife, Jan (Toni Collette ), has spent 300 quid on a mare with a syndicate of locals, including the racing wise Howard ( Damian Lewis ), hoping to breed a racehorse to compete with the best. It’s a wise investment, as Dream Alliance turns out to be a winner and a symbol of hope in Cefn Fforest, an economically depressed former mining village in Wales. But they’re not doing it for the money – it’s for the “hwyl”.


Tuesday 28th December -2.30 for 3.00pm start




Thursday 20th January – 7.15 for 7.30pm start



Ian McKellen plays a conman who meets a wealthy widow (played by Helen Mirren) on a dating website.  However, his intention to trick her out of her savings doesn’t go as planned.  An old-fashioned drama that is an irresistible and outrageous thriller.  Directed by Bill Condon.

Thursday 17th February – 7.15 for 7.30pm start



A witty, atmospheric and stirring drama set on a remote Scottish island.  The refugee experience is poignantly observed as a group of new arrivals await the results of their asylum claims.  Underlining their boring and bleak existence is a gentle humour and empathy for their dreams and hopes.  Directed by Ben Sharrock.

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