The Theory of Everything (2014)

27 08 2015


Sept 11th “The Theory of Everything” 7.30 @ Colinsburgh Town Hall
UK 2014

Director: James Marsh
Cert: 12

Runtime: 123 Mins
Starring: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones, Tom Prior, Emily Watson

This docu-drama follows the relationship between Stephen Hawking and his first wife Jane as they fall in love while studying at Cambridge during the 1960s. With Jane’s support, Stephen is able to overcome his diagnosis of ALS. However, with the deterioration of his health comes a deterioration of their marriage, putting further strain on the now world-renowned scientist.




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Welcome back to Season Eight! Hope you all had a good break!

During the Summer break we made our usual film for Colinsburgh Primary School’s P7 leavers (and implemented a secure streaming service for films featuring young people so they can be easily and  securely shared with family and friends).

We ran another two film-making courses for young people at Milton of Balgonie and Anstruther, and helped start up another two community cinemas at Ceres and Dreel Halls (AIA) in Anstruther, both of which will be starting to show films this year.

For our own Cinema, we were successful in obtaining funding to provide some additional chairs with arms for the use of members who have difficulty with sitting down and getting up. If these would be helpful to you, simply ask when you come in and we’ll get them put where you want to sit.


When we ran the Audio tests last Summer (Showing of “Sunshine on Leith”) we were surprised to see that quite a large percentage of members used hearing aids. You will be pleased to know that we are in the process of installing an induction loop system in the Town hall for both the Cinema and other events so that users can switch to the “T”elecoil setting for a much clearer audio experience.

The system will be active from our first film on September the 11th, and we would like your assistance. Before the loop is permanently installed we’ll be trying it in various positions, and would be grateful for your comments on what are the most effective positioning/volume levels etc We’ve tried it out and it makes a huge difference – if you haven’t used the “T” setting before, check your manual to find out how.




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