For more information please see the Q&A section.

About Pavilion Pictures 
Pavilion Pictures is a community-run cinema based at the Pavilion in Hemingford Grey, near St Ives in Huntingdonshire.

Pavilion Pictures began following the success of screenings of From Time to Time, a film based on a book called The Chimneys of Green Knowe by Lucy M Boston (1892–1990) who lived in, and was inspired by, The Manor in Hemingford Grey for nearly half a century.

The manor was built in the 1130s and is one of the oldest continuously occupied houses in Britain. You can find out more about its history, as well as events and tours here.

Pavilion Pictures launched in November 2011. The first 'general release' film was screened on 9 December. Films are shown on the second Friday evening of every month.

Who runs Pavilion Pictures?

The cinema is run by residents of Hemingford Grey and Hemingford Abbots for the enjoyment of families in both villages and the surrounding area.

How is it funded?

The organisers are grateful to the National Lottery and more recently funding from AmeyCespa, which has enabled us to provide superb HD-quality equipment, Dolby 7.1 surround sound (with hearing loop), comfortable chairs and air conditioning. Our aim is to provide a near-multiplex quality experience.

Get involved

Pavilion Pictures is run as part of the Pavilion Social Club and is run by a committee of volunteers and friends. There are lots of different roles, so if you would like to get involved, please do contact a member of the team at one of our films.


For more information, please contact George Jackson, Chairman, or via the Hemingford Pavilion.

For more information about shows, tickets, etc, please see the Q&A section.