The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill but Came Down a Mountain

The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill but Came Down a Mountain Parental Guidance

Two English cartographers visit a small South Wales village to measure what is claimed to be a mountain. When the cartographers classify the mound as a hill, the villagers set out to make their hill a mountain…

North Herefordshire

Date & time:

Sun 24 October 7.30pm


Pembridge Film Nights HR6 9DT


01544 387571


There will be an interval during this film

Additional information:

Additional information icon

This is a small venue, so full social distancing is not always possible. Book your seats and find out more at


Adult: £5.00

Please obtain tickets by phoning the enquiries number.

Date & time:

Fri 21 January 7.30pm


Conquest Theatre, Bromyard HR7 4LL


01885 488575;

Additional information:

Additional information icon

Members concession £7


Adult: £7.50

Please obtain tickets by phoning the enquiries number.

Keep up-to-date with all events from Arts Alive and Flicks in the sticks.

What's on email

Dropdown Please select...

We'll never sell or share your data

I am a wheelchair user and find it difficult to go to the theatre to enjoy a good film or take in a 'bit of Culture' now and again.Flicks in The Sticks brings a lot of joy to so many people who otherwise would miss out.

Sue Macdonald

Totally loved 'The boy who bit Picasso' It was so heartwarming, funny and made me nearly cry at the end! Totally inspired me and makes me want to make theatre!

Kate Johnston

I heard the Ensemble Sakhioba and want to say what an extraordinary experience it was. A really remarkable performance - thank you for bringing them to Shropshire and I'm glad you achieved a very full audience for them.


We are regular flicks goers and we would be lost without your service. I can't tell you how much your screenings mean to people like us


Living in 'the sticks' limits access to the larger cinemas, consequently Flicks is a lovely way of seeing fairly recent films, without the hassle of planning a journey beforehand. Long may it last.

Lesley and Chris Pimm-Jones

A really enjoyable experience. Friendly atomosphere and heart warming film (Salmon Fishing in the Yemen) Would love the chance to do it again. What a good idea for community spirit.

J L-Lakelin

Looking forward to showing films again this season. Like putting on a favourite winter coat!


I am 86 and I am a big fan of flicks. In the villages its lovely, the proper way to do it, have a glass of wine and a chat, its so much more than just a film


Flicks is the lynch pin for most of what goes on in our village


The Film shows give me a reason to leave the house

J Jones