The FeckenOdeon Cinema Society WHAT IS A FECKENODEON? The first show in November 1999. The screen was an old backdrop hastily covered in white emulsion, the curtains were suspended on an improvised domestic track and operated by a motor called Bob. The present day FeckenOdeon - comfy chairs, licensed bar, motorised tabs, footlights - everything a PROPER cinema should have!

The FeckenOdeon opened on September 29th, 2001 with a gala showing to a packed house of "The Smallest Show on Earth" and "Duck Soup".

The Society can accommodate 120 Full Members and welcomes additional Guests to each show.

Our EIGHTEENTH season of classic films is now booking  - click HERE for the programme.

Click HERE for a list of past sceenings


A warm welcome from our glamorous, uniformed staff awaits you. Join us for the season or just pop in for the occasional show. Use the links above to find out how. We can promise you a real “night out at the pictures” with all the trimmings.

There’s a licensed bar at every show, our usherettes serve ices in the interval (and yes, they do have those old fashioned trays with lights on), there’s always a supporting programme (in FeckenOdeon 1) and there are free programme notes for every film.


Take a look at this video. It shows the entire process of creating the FeckenOdeon. from bare hall to sumptuous cinema - condensed down to 45 seconds.

The actual transformation takes us about an hour...but we’ve had years of practice.

This has to be a first for a film society!

We have a second auditorium!

There are a lot of films out there that don’t fit into our main season. We created FeckenOdeon 2 to show some slightly off mainstream movies in a smaller cinema in the same building.


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If you're interested in what happens in the projection room visit:

The Mad Cornish Projectionist

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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