What's On?

Films are screened at The Harlington in Fleet every fortnight on Mondays. Everyone is welcome.


Entrance is free for members. Join
Guest tickets cost just £6.

Doors open 7:30pm, film at 8:00pm.
Bar open from 7:30pm.


Dance couple Merab and Mary have trained for years to gain a coveted place in the National Georgian Ensemble. When Merab encounters rival Irakli, long-held relationships are threatened. A controversial depiction of male romance with superb dancing that is a joy to behold.


And Then We Danced

12th September 2022

Sandra struggles against a broken housing system when she escapes an abusive husband with her two children. Dreaming of a home with her daughters, she is offered land where she can build her own house. A powerful story with roller coaster emotions.



26th September 2022

Two strangers, a Finnish woman and a Russian miner, share a sleeping compartment on a train to Murmansk. Over the long journey, the stark differences between the pair evaporate exposing their longing for connection and allowing a deep bond to form, despite their differences.


Compartment Number 6

10th October 2022

Multi-award-winning documentary telling the long-held secret of how Amin arrived in Denmark. An immersive and intimate portrait of an Afghan refugee in Denmark, mixing animation and archive footage. Incredibly touching and thought provoking. A triumph of the human spirit.



24th October 2022

Middle-aged Janis and adolescent Ana are brought together by chance when they both give birth after unplanned pregnancies. Their shared experience creates a strong bond between them which changes their lives. Warm and heart wrenching, with a dark historical backdrop and a superbly emotional Penelope Cruz!


Parallel Mothers

14th November 2022

Exploring how Venus and Serena grew to be tennis stars through the single-mindedness of their father Richard Williams. Richard follows a meticulous plan that turns the establishment on its head to propel his daughters to the heights of achievement. A career highlight for Will Smith.


King Richard

28th November 2022

Left by her husband for long periods, Molly raises her children in a remote mountain hut. When fugitive Yadaka arrives, she starts to learn the truth about her lineage. Depicting harsh realities of indigenous people in Australia, this is a powerhouse performance from Leah Purcell.


The Drover’s Wife

9th January 2023

Blanco’s factory is selected for a prestigious award, subject to a successful inspection by a group of local business leaders. Can the seemingly benevolent Blanco bring balance to his workforce and prevent a disgruntled former employee from ruining his plans?


The Good Boss

23rd January 2023

Lone yachtswoman Rike is thrown from her contented life of sailing when she stumbles across a sinking refugee boat. When the coast guard refuses to help despite her pleas, she is forced to face her own impotence and the cruelties of life. Breathless, unsentimental, and told with the intensity of a ticking clock.



13th February 2023