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Thursday night films – reserve your seat

Syndetics book cover From 5th March, on Thursday evenings we are trialling screening feature films from the library’s collection at the Central Library. Sessions begin at 6pm on the Ground Floor. These screenings are free to attend. The first few will feature films based on books.
To avoid disappointment reserve your seat by telephoning 801-4068 during library opening hours.
Note : reservations not taken up by the starting time at 6pm may be reallocated to customers waiting, as numbers are limited.

EDIT: Thank you all for you interest in these events. We have special permission to screen these films for free in public libraries as long as we don’t advertise the film name online. Please call the Information desk (801-4068) to get more details about the film screenings.

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1. Frances - March 20, 2015

Will you be posting a schedule? I can see you have it in your events area but not what film will be screening.

2. Maggie - March 20, 2015

Which films are you going to show?

3. Rajender Lather (Raj) - March 20, 2015

Hi,

I want to reserve my seat for thursday films.

pls reply what is next i need to do?

Thanks
Raj

4. Tulua - March 20, 2015

Hi can you reserve me a seat please.
Thanks

5. Linda Sissons - March 20, 2015

So, which movies will be shown on which dates?

6. Liz Roberts - March 20, 2015

What a marvellous idea. I look forward to coming regularly.

7. Peta - March 20, 2015

Great idea, but where do you find information on what is showing each week?

8. Stuart Hudson - March 20, 2015

Great idea, but what is the programme? And I received this on 20 March – “From 5th March”…..so what have I missed?
Stuart

9. peter barker - March 20, 2015

Great idea and I am keen to go but I would like to find a page telling me of the upcoming films please.

10. Pinky Agnew - March 20, 2015

This sounds great. Is there somewhere on the website where the film titles are listed? I couldn’t find it…

11. pierre - March 20, 2015

This is an awesome idea!

12. Monica Franklin - March 20, 2015

Splendid innovation – will you email the name of the film each week?

13. Beverley - March 20, 2015

Will you be advertising the name of the film to be screened?

14. Amanda - March 20, 2015

Hi
Is there a list of the films that are to be shown on Thursday nights?

15. Teresa Parai - March 20, 2015

Need to know what films are showing on thursday nights before i book. Where can i find this information please.

16. Brian O'Brien - March 20, 2015

A schedule would be appreciated.

17. Evelyn Welsh - March 20, 2015

Need list of films and dates please.

18. Pat Reesby - March 20, 2015

I too would like to know what films will be showing before I commit myself to coming along. I don’t want to see just any old film, I want to know beforehand that it’s going to be a film I want to see!

19. Dinah Priestley - March 20, 2015

Sounds a lovely idea.
Will you be showing some old classics as well.
Where do we see the list of coming attractions?

20. Dinah Priestley - March 20, 2015

Sounds a great idea

Where is the list of coming attractions?

21. Pat Reesby - March 20, 2015

And yes, like others above I have just today received this email, so obviously missed out on whatever films were showing on previous Thursdays. But I wonder what they were, and what next Thursday’s film will be …?

22. Sandip - March 20, 2015

Hi,
It would be great if you can declare name of movie in advance.
Thanks

23. rachel - March 20, 2015

Hi everyone, thank you all for you interest in these events! We have special permission to screen these films for free in public libraries as long as we don’t advertise the film name online. Please call the Information desk (801-4068) to get more details about the film screenings.

24. anita - March 20, 2015

would like to know what firm at what date

25. rachel - March 20, 2015

Re: 8. Stuart Hudson, in accordance with the contract we have allowing us to show these films, we also cannot list what movies have already been shown. Please call the Information desk (801-4068) for more details about the film screenings.

26. Valerie - March 20, 2015

This is a really great idea. Will definitely be interested when we come back from a holiday on 17th April.
I hope that bookings will be taken each week and that it won’t be possible for people to book ahead for a whole month or even longer.

27. patrick charpentier - March 20, 2015

Hi, like other guys, I’d like to know which films, you’re gonna play and when ??? thanks to answer. cheers. Patrick

28. misael - March 20, 2015

count me in, please! very keen on thursday! :)

29. des - March 22, 2015

Showing movies from the Library collection for free is an excellent idea but seems doomed to be a bit of a damp squid if you can’t advertise the films and people have to phone up. Good luck :-)

30. Annabel Shackleton - March 23, 2015

How do we know what film will be on?

31. Annabel Shackleton - March 23, 2015

Hi please let me know what is on

32. Yenith Alexandra Salcedo Guevara - March 23, 2015

Hi
I would like to reserve a seat.

33. Lizzie - March 24, 2015

Hi, can I reserve two seats please?

34. rachel - March 25, 2015

Please call the Information desk on 801-4068 to book your seat as they have the most up-to-date information about how many seats are still available :-)

35. Jo - March 25, 2015

Congratulations – this is a great idea! I hope it goes well. Understand completely why you cannot advertise given that these are free screenings. Thank you :-)

36. janice - April 22, 2015

you still haven’t said where we can find the list of whats on…PLEASE

37. Romie - May 21, 2015

I understand you can’t advertise the name of the film, but how about a description, e.g. “a classic from 1952″ or “a comedy from 2007″? Would that breach your contract?

38. rachel - May 22, 2015

Janice – as stated above, we cannot publicise the titles of the movies online. You can phone 801-4068 for more details on the upcoming films.

Romie – we do in fact post clues week by week over on our Facebook and Twitter accounts. Keep an eye out over there for clues!


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