TOM’s Film Club

Experience the cult classics of cinema
in our beautiful venue 



TOM’s Film Club

We’re film buffs here at The Old Market, so earlier this year we decided to start our very own film club. It’s been a great start to the club so far, from January’s David Bowie mini-season, followed by a special Valentines day screening of Some Like it Hot, and more recently, a David Lynch series.

To soothe our January blues, we’ll be presenting a mini-season of Luc Besson’s greatest movies, including The Big Blue (1988), Leon (1994) and the kitsch sci-fi gem, The Fifth Element (1997).

And with the release of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread marking what will apparently be Daniel Day-Lewis’ final acting role before retirement, we’ll be screening some of the master of method acting’s finest performances in a DDL triple bill.

Plus we’ll be screening the Prince Of Nothingwood, a fascinatingly funny documentary celebrating creativity against all odds. This brand new doc gives us a behind-the-scenes look at actor-director-producer, Salim Shaheen, who for the last thirty years, has been tirelessly making movies in Afghanistan, despite the country’s ongoing war.

We’re always keen to take recommendations for future films, drop us a line if you have any.

We’ve introduced a bundle offer where you can buy tickets for two films for £10, or a season pass for all films for just £24. To purchase the pass, you can either pop into the box office (Mon-Fri, 1pm-5pm) or call us on 01273 201 801. Alternatively, you can get your pass online:

1) Go to the TOM’s Season Pass page by clicking here.
Sign in to your account or create a new one by clicking ‘Create Account/Log In’ at the side of the page (please note, each pass is attached to a name so if you wish to purchase multiple passes, each person must log in separately). 
2) Choose the correct pass for the season of your choice and click, ‘add to basket’.
3) Return to the TOM’s Film Club event page (this page that you’re currently reading) and then select the screenings you would like to attend.
4) Once you’re done choosing the films, you can then pay for your pass.

Individual tickets are still priced at £6 each.