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The Projection House present: Rob Roy

The Projection House present: Rob Roy

THE PROJECTION HOUSE PRESENT “BURNS NIGHT” OXTON VILLAGE HALL. SATURDAY 25TH JANUARY Doors open 6.00 pm. Oxton Hand Bell Ringers from 6.00 pm until 6.30 pm. Film ROB ROY (15) 6.30 pm. A meal of haggis, neaps and tatties (veggie option as well) will be served at about 8.00 pm. Disco of Scottish music from … Continue reading

The Projection House present: Skyfall

The Projection House present: Skyfall

The next film night in Oxton will be Saturday 23rd November. The Projection House will be showing SKYFALL (12A), the latest film from the ever popular Bond franchise. Starring Daniel Craig and Judi Dench, Bond’s loyalty to M is tested when her past comes back to haunt her. Whilst MI6 comes under attack, 007 must … Continue reading

Another sell out!

Another sell out!

Another Projection House sell out! All 80 tickets for the showing of QUARTET on Saturday 28th September were sold showing that there is a great appetite for good films being shown in HD with a new state of the art sound system in the comfortable surroundings of Oxton Village Hall. Those present agreed that the new … Continue reading

The Projection House present: Hugo and Quartet

The Projection House present: Hugo and Quartet

On Saturday 28th September 2013 the Oxton Film Club, The Projection House, will be inaugurating the new sound system in Oxton village hall which will allow films to be shown both in HD and with cinema quality surround sound as well. Thanks to the village hall committee for installing this fantastic equipment, which will of … Continue reading

Another craicing film night in Oxton

Another craicing film night in Oxton

Despite the awful weather, for the second year running the Projection House “Irish Night” on Friday 22nd March was an outstanding success. Over 60 people enjoyed the feature film, IN BRUGES, a meal of Irish Stew and soda bread followed by dancing to midnight to the acclaimed band WHOLESOME FISH, all of course accompanied by … Continue reading