The Long Tradition + Rural Life @ Tarset Village HallPG

The Long Tradition + Rural Life @ Tarset Village Hall

Book Tickets

Click a time to book tickets


Share This Page

Info

Please be aware that there are no trailers before the performance.

Synopsis

In collaboration with Tarset First Thursday Films and supported by Tarset 2050 CIC, showing at Tarset Village Hall - as part of Tyne Valley Film Festival.


Book tickets HERE or on the night at the venue.

Tarset Village Hall, Lanehead, NE48 1NT


The Long Tradition (1987)

Provided by North East Film Archive


The Long Tradition chronicles the musical development and background of Northumbrian musician Kathryn Tickell, who played the Northumbrian pipes with classical ensembles, jazz trios – and rock star Sting.


Britain on Film: Rural Life (2016)


Followed by Britain on Film: Rural Life, a selection of short films drawn from the BFI archives which explore the countryside of the UK.


Tarset First Thursdays has been running for 14 years at Tarset Village Hall on the first Thursday of the month - the season typically runs from September to May, taking a break in the summer.


The idea is to present films from different periods and cultures that will have popular appeal, whilst still being slightly unusual and perhaps not ones that have had a wider showing in cinemas. However, this is not sacrosanct, some of the classics that have been shown in the past suggest that these are very popular too. Films start at 7.30pm and admission is £4. A licensed bar is usually available.


Led by Forum Cinema Hexham, Tyne Valley Film Festival will bring together communities in and around the Tyne Valley for a celebration of the history of film.