Haddenham Screen is based at
Haddenham Youth and Community Centre,
Haddenham HP17 8DS
which is within walking distance for most village residents. It is located in the centre of the village a short walk from the shopping parade and library and adjacent to Haddenham Community Junior School. If you need to drive, there is ample parking available at the venue within the school playground (other than school hours, when you may park opposite in the playing fields car park).
To see a map, click this link Youth & Community Centre
Doors normally open at 7.30 pm for an 8.00 pm screening unless there is a guest speaker when doors will open at 6.45 pm.
Seating is unreserved and we can accommodate an audience of up to 100. In 2016, the Youth & Community Centre acquired 100 new chairs with padded seats and backs. Ten of the chairs also have arms.
The Centre has also had a Hearing Loop installed for the use of those who are hard of hearing and have a hearing aid with a "T" switch. We will endeavour to activate the hearing loop at all our screenings, but please indicate if you think it is not operating.
Early arrival gives you a greater selection of seats and the time to purchase refreshments at the bar, where there is a choice of mainly locally sourced beers, including those from the XT Brewery in Long Crendon, together with wines and a range of soft drinks. We also offer a selection of delicious ice cream together with pop corn and other confectionary at very reasonable prices.
Carwithen Music Festival 2022 will be showing two films with music scores by Doreen Carwithen. They will be at:
- St Mary's Church, Church End, Haddenham, Aylesbury HP17 8AH will show Three Cases of Murder at 7.30pm on Thursday 30 June 2022
To see a map, click this link St Mary's Church, Haddenham
- Haddenham Methodist Church, 23a High St, Haddenham, Aylesbury HP17 8RW will show Men of sherwood Forest at 2.30pm on Saturday 2 July 2022
To see a map, click this link Haddenham Methodist Church