The FeckenOdeon Cinema Society

Tickets for all shows cost just £5* -  if you become a member this show will cost only £3.50


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* Online bookings through links from this site to TicketSource incur a 10% booking fee.  You can also book in person at The Village Shop and The Rose & Crown in Feckenham. There is no fee for personal bookings

Old fashioned “manual” booking opens four weeks before  the screening date .

You can apply in person only at The Rose & Crown and The Village Shop in Feckenham.

You can also book by phone using credit or debit cards - call Ticketsource on 0333 666 3366 (Normal call rates - NOT a premium line)

Click to BUY TICKETS* Saturday, 24th March at 7.30pm


2007 - Dir.: Frank Oz - HD Digital presentation

“Frank Oz's "Death at a Funeral" finds its comedy in the peculiar human trait of being most tempted to laugh when we're absolutely not supposed to. The movie is part farce (unplanned entrances and exits), part slapstick (misbehaviour of corpses) and part just plain wacky eccentricity. I think the ideal way to see it would be to gather your most dour and disapproving relatives and treat them to a night at the cinema.” Roger Ebert (Chicago Sun)

This delightfully wicked farce is in the expert hands of Muppet creator Frank Oz and it’s beautifully set up - if there was a funeral destined to go wrong this is it. The train is on the tracks and the tracks are well-greased. All we have to do is watch the whole enterprise go off the rails, which it does. There’s a knocking from the coffin. A strange little man has blackmail on the brain. The most straight laced relative has a little accident with his medication… Every little rift between family members becomes a crevasse. We’ve all been to funerals with the potential to be like this - and sometimes it’s great to see what could have happened!


ONLINE TICKETS SOLD OUT Call at The Rose & Crown or Village Shop for remaining tickets