The Armstrong Arts Group (AAG) was created in 2019 and is committed to raising funds for the redevelopment of the Armstrong Hall in Thornbury. It continues the fund-raising effort started in 2011 by Joan Hawkins, Daphne Ashton and Barbara Ray.
Its aims are to promote and maintain entertainment opportunities in Thornbury for all ages and interests and to contribute to the provision of an exciting new venue for the benefit of Thornbury and the surrounding area in which individuals will be able to enjoy and appreciate various cultural and entertainment events.
The programme organised by the AAG includes musical performances, drama productions and talks all held in an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere while raising funds for the development of the Hall.
Tel: 07773 894631
Thornbury Picture House have been unable to start the 2020/21 season. The Cossham Hall is unfortunately closed for the foreseeable future. We will keep the situation under review and resume screenings as soon as it is possible and safe to do so. Any further news will be published on our website below and in the local press. We miss seeing you all and hope you are continuing to stay safe.
We are a bunch of local film enthusiasts, supported by a 140-strong membership, who promote the world of cinema in Thornbury, using state-of-the-art equipment to enhance the filmgoer’s experience.
We offer a lively mix of animated, natural world and foreign films, comedy, political drama and even the odd blockbuster.
Films are screened in the Cossham Hall on Fridays at 7.30pm. Click below for more information.
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