Corrie Film Club in March

The next film showing in Corrie Village Hall on Sunday March 10th at 8 pm, is Paterson (Director Jim Jarmusch USA 2007 118 mins Cert PG ). A gentle drama starring Adam Driver as a bus driver and poet, and his wife Golshifteh Farahani who runs a cup-cake business and dreams of being a country …

Corrie Film Club in January

The film showing on Sunday 13th January at 8pm in Corrie Hall is Leave No Trace (Director Debra Granik USA 2017 109 mins Cert PG). Debra Granik’s follow-up to her acclaimed ‘Winter’s Bone’ follows the story of troubled US veteran Will (Ben Foster) who has opted out to live a life in the wild with …

Corrie Film Club in December

Corrie Film Club Christmas Programme On Sunday 9th December, the programme will begin at 7.00pm. Dinner for One (Director Heinz Dunkhause 1963. Germany. 18 mins Cert U) Dinner for One is a traditional Christmas short comedy (and will be served with mulled wine). At Miss Sophie’s 90th birthday dinner, her butler James must fill in …

Corrie Food Festival

The first ever Corrie Food Festival was held in the Village hall last Saturday, 27th October, and by the large numbers filling the hall (people were apparently queuing to get in before the event opened at 12), it got off to a thriving start. By 2.30pm the hall was so crowded it was hard to …

Corrie Film Club

The film showing at Corrie film club on Sunday November 11th is Oh! What a Lovely War ( Richard Attenborough UK 1969 138 minutes Cert PG). Based on a celebrated anti-war stage piece produced by Joan Littlewood’s Theatre Workshop, the film chronicles the various madnesses of the First World War. Along with vignettes involving the members …

Corrie Film Club

Insyriated (Belgium/France. 2017. Directed by Philppe Van Leeuw. 85 min. Cert 15.) will be showing at Corrie film club on Sunday 16th September at 8 pm. A brutally tough drama from writer-director Philippe Van Leeuw. The scene is a crowded apartment in the Syrian capital Damascus, in which a family is barricaded, effectively imprisoned by …

Mara Restaurant and Delicatessen

A review of Mara, contributed by Heather Gough Recently opened in Corrie, to the delight of locals and visitors alike, Mara is a seafood restaurant and delicatessen with a difference. Run by Kirsty and Gordon Decaestecker, assisted by Sophia Perry, it offers delicious and unusual seafood as a coffee and lunchtime spot. Local girl, Kirsty …