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Certificate 12. Running time: 1 hr 34 mins.  Comedy.  Drama.

Doors and Bar open 7.00pm – The Film will start at 7.30pm

Tickets: £7.00 (plus booking fee)

A headstrong solicitor’s plan to offload her new born baby to her sister, is derailed when a vulnerable but opinionated teenager steals their taxi.

JOYRIDE follows 12-year-old Mully (Charlie Reid), who, after fleeing his father, steals a taxi and is shocked to find a woman, Joy (Olivia Colman), in the back seat with a baby. Joy has decided to give her child away to a friend, and Mully needs some distance from his debt-ridden dad, who’s after the cash Mully has with him.

And so two lovable rogues — a complicated middle-aged mother and a troubled adolescent — go on a journey across Ireland, gradually finding in each other the friendship, love and learning they never knew they needed.


It is a heart warming Irish movie. Like most Irish film, it is some cute, some sad but in this case mostly happy. That is refreshing today! And really nice to see Olivia Coleman in a new role.

It might not break any plot moulds, and it doesn’t quite come together as neatly as you’d hope by the end, but thanks to Colman’s shining presence, it’s a pleasant journey all the same.

Olivia Colman’s Irish road movie offers outsize charm.

Joyride also has enough heart and humour to navigate its mature themes and potentially controversial take on motherhood through the occasional bumps in the road.


Watch the trailer

Tickets: £7.00 (plus booking fee)

Hearing Loop

The Shed has a hearing loop for all who appreciate a little help hearing the audio systems.

We simply that ask you to bring your own headphones, to use with one of our receivers. You can reserve one by calling the office on 01666 505496.


Please note:  Identification may be asked for to prove eligibility for any concessions.

A 12A certificate means… Films classified 12A and video works classified 12 contain material that is not generally suitable for children aged under 12. No one younger than 12 may see a 12A film in a cinema unless accompanied by an adult. Adults planning to take a child under 12 to view a 12A film should consider whether the film is suitable for that child. To help them decide, we recommend that they check the Ratings Info for that film in advance. ” British Board of Film Classification

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