A modern cinema with an old fashioned ethic, that’s how the Guardian describe The Barn cinema at Dartington.
As he says: “One of the reasons The Barn invites such loyalty is its friendly and enthusiastic team of employees and volunteers -managed by Jim Whittle.
“If the industry’s change to digital projection has killed the art form of film projection, then Jim and his team are enthusiastically trying to ensure that the magic of cinema lives on, by creating a near-perfect cinema experience.”
The programme includes everything from Roman Holiday and Pacific Rim.
And what could be better that sitting in a real 16th century Grade I listed barn that was converted into a theatre by Walter Gropius and Robert Henning? Even if it is without the popcorn.
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