THE Coliseum in Whitby is screening a Dickens classic on Thursday 27 September.
The 2011 film of Jane Eyre follows life of Emily Bronte’s character from her deprived upbringing to a job as a nanny and seemingly successful relationship.
It is beautifully filmed and conveys the moodiness and foreboding of the Yorkshire moors associated with the story.
As well as an engrossing story, it provides a glimpse of 19th Century English society and how people looked and acted at that time.
Films are shown at The Coliseum, Victoria Place, on Thursdays at 7.45pm.
All welcome, admission £5.
There is also a membership scheme which enables people to see 18 films for £65. Membership available at the door or call The Coliseum on (01947) 825000 for more details.