Duthchas

Duthchas Universal

89 minutes

For many of us there are two places we can call home - where we were born, where we still feel we belong, and where we now live. This film is about the yearning for their birth home felt by those who have left the Isle of Berneray in the Outer Hebrides, and the remembrance of the ever-living past for those who have stayed or returned, when the home in their heart is also where they live.

Show times

Calendar Date & Time

Tue 02 April 2024, 8.00pm

Runtime

89 min

Pin Location

All Stretton Village Hall
SY6 6JR

South Shropshire

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07812 583113; [email protected]

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Part of our mini film season: From the Western Edges

Ticket Tickets

Adult: £6.00

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