Film night at Glossop theatre

Glossop's Partington Theatre switches from plays to pictures on Saturday.

The Peak Film Society takes over the Henry Street playhouse for its latest night at the cinema.

This time it’s Fishermen’s Friends starring Tuppence Middleton. 

It’s loosely inspired by the real life story of an all-male group of folk singers who sign a £1m record deal.

Doors open at 7pm, show time is 7.30pm.

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