BIG-screen cinema returns to a South Craven venue this week.

Glusburn Institute Community and Arts Centre shows its first film of the year on Friday (June 11).

Set during the Second World War, Summerland – starring Gemma Arterton – sees an Englishwoman open her heart to an evacuee after initially resolving to be rid of him, in a journey of womanhood, love and friendship.

Tickets for the 6.30pm for 7pm screening are £5 and due to limited capacity at the Colne Road venue, booking is essential.

Following its success last month, the pop-up cafe will once again be opening in The Studio on Saturday, June 19, from 10.30am to 1pm. People are welcome to call in for a chat over a drink and snack.

On Sunday, July 4, there will be a 50th-anniversary screening of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Falling Stars Theatre returns on July 10 with Meet Jack, a fun and interactive performance exploring a boy's emotions during a difficult week. The production is aimed at primary-school-aged children.

And on Sunday, July 18, the centre is planning to throw open its grounds for the Glusburn Get Together, to celebrate the lifting of restrictions. There will be live performances from Sutton’s Got Brass, Nikki Barrett and Sweetpea Music, family rides, other entertainment and food and drink. Tickets cost £3, including a first drink. Afternoon teas can be booked from The Hideaway Cafe.

For further information about the events and other activities at the centre, plus tickets, visit or call 01535 630223.