I KNOW a few of you may have attended the special screening we did for Peterloo (12a) back in October.

I know a few of you were unable to attend so we will be showing this again. So if you missed this British period drama the first time for our special screening then don’t worry, you can see this great film based on the 1819 massacre. The film shows how British forces attacked peaceful protesters in Manchester, and it will be screened from November 9 at the Picture House.

To keep the little ones entertained we have the first of several great animated films to hit the screens, The Grinch (U), which is due for release on November 9.

The Grinch and his loyal dog, Max, live a solitary existence inside a cave on Mount Crumpet. His main source of aggravation comes during Christmas time when his neighbours in Whoville celebrate the holidays with a bang!

When the Whos decide to make Christmas bigger and brighter, the disgruntled Grinch realises there is one way to gain peace and quiet. With help from Max, the green grump hatches a scheme to pose as Santa Claus, steal Christmas and silence the Whos’ holiday cheer once and for all.

With Benedict Cumberbatch voicing the much-loved (or hated) Christmas character, it will be interesting to see how this animated version holds up compared to the 2000 version I know a lot of you love!

La Bayadere (12a) is our next Royal Opera House Ballet, which we will be screening on November 13 at 7.15pm. This iconic 19th-century ballet is captures the beautiful story of a temple dancer named Nikiya who is in love with a warrior named Solor.

However, the High Brahmin is keen to win the affections of Nikiya, but when she rejects him he seeks out his revenge on Solor. There are many more live events on our list, so please feel free to call in to the cinema to take a leaflet.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald (12a), which begins on November 16, is the latest film from the world of Harry Potter. In an effort to thwart Grindelwald’s plans of raising pure-blood wizards to rule over all non-magical beings, Albus Dumbledore enlists his former student Newt Scamander, who agrees to help, unaware of the dangers that lie ahead. Lines are drawn as love and loyalty are tested, even among the truest friends and family, in an increasingly divided world.

Our next Keighley Film Club screening will be The More You Ignore Me (15) which is due to be shown on November 18 at 5.35pm. Starring the likes of Sheridan Smith, Sheila Hancock and Jo Brand, this British comedy tells the story of a woman’s family and how they attempt to cope with her mental illness.

Keighley Film Club screenings are welcome to members and non-members alike, so clear your diaries for November 18!