The FeckenOdeon Cinema Society


Feckenham is a tiny, picturesque village consisting of just under two hundred houses, two pubs, two churches, one garage and one FeckenOdeon. We're on the B4090 between Hanbury and Cookhill. If you have a map to hand look for Redditch - you'll find us about three miles to the south-west. Once you're in the village the FeckenOdeon is simple to locate - we're handily positioned on the High Street about half way between the Rose & Crown and The Forest at Feckenham (formerly The Lygon Arms).

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Not a lot! - which is just the way we like it! Having said that it's quite a lively place with a  a busy social calendar. The Square is actually the village green and a happy half hour can be spent just meandering around in the chocolate box prettiness of it all. There are lots of well marked public footpaths if you want a more extensive ramble - there's a (slightly faded) map in the village hall car park to get you started.

The following is a list (with links if available) of some of the things to be enjoyed in Feckenham....

The Rose & Crown, High Street. Tel.: 01527 892188 : Classic country pub with a warm welcome from the Clarke family. Bar, lounge, separate restaurant and large beer garden. Real ale, excellent home cooked British food, inglenook fireplace. Lively public bar full of local character(s). Pre show suppers - reservations advised. You can buy FeckenOdeon tickets here. Their website has details:

The Forest at Feckenham (formerly The Lygon Arms), Alcester/Droitwich Road: Now transformed into a “gastropub” serving sophisticated food in a designer abience.

Church of St John the Baptist, The Square : Beautiful village church with a wealth of history involving the Culpepper family and mysterious secret passages. The eight bells ring out most Sundays and the churchyard is a green and leafy haven of peace.


J.W. & A.J Barrett, Metal Fabricators : "You name it, we'll make it" is the proud boast of James Barrett and son Adam - and it's true! Anything in metal - sculptures, gates, cupolas, weather vanes, dining tables.... the list is endless. Visit the Barrett web site at and be prepared to be amazed. James even found time to make and install much of the FeckenOdeon's stage machinery - now that's creative!

Winfields Megastore, Astwood Lane. Tel.: 01527 892935 : Everything for the outdoor life. Formerly the famous Barrett’s of Feckenham - now run by another family firm.  Take a look at their website:

The Steps Guest House, High Street: Want to come to the FeckenOdeon and make a real night of it? Why not stay at The Steps - almost opposite. Distinctive rooms in a lovely Georgian house. Take a look at for details or call 01527 892678.

Feckenham Wylde Moor Nature Reserve, Moors Lane : This is the place to see Ragged Robins, Spotted Orchids, Little Grebes and no less than sixteen species of dragonfly. Check or call 0121 445 4310 for details.

Feckenham Art Society: A group of local artists - they meet weekly and new members are always welcome.

Annual exhibition coincides with Feckenham Wake each year.

Ian Ridley, Watercolour Artist: Landscapes and other great pictures from a talented Feckenham artist. Online gallery at

For further FeckenInformation take a look at

Feckenham Village Hall - Home of the FeckenOdeon Cinema. When it's not being a cinema it's a multi-use building with two public halls - and it's a vital part of Feckenham's community. It's one of the busiest Village Halls in Worcestershire and has recently enjoyed a £180,000 refit courtesy of the National Lottery. It's available for public hire - all enquiries to The Booking Secretary - CLICK HERE

Honeysuckle House B&B: On High Street right next door to the FeckenOdeon. Top class accommodation in a lovely village house with period furniture and a beautiful garden. Gourmet breakfasts and all home comforts at a very reasonable price. Call 01527 892140

 A programme of live professional shows in Feckenham

Click HERE for details of forthcoming shows

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The Village Shop, Droitwich Road: Feckenham’s community shop. Open every day. Run by volunteers - stocks an excellent range of food and essentials. Also has a high quality deli, sells fresh bread, newspapers - and it has a coffee shop.

You can buy FeckenOdeon tickets here.

FeckenPhoto: Pictures of Feckenham and lots more besides. Online Gallery and shop displaying the work of a Feckenham photographer (who also happens to be the FeckenOdeon's Chairman) - view samples at