Bringing Film to Selby

Selby Globe Box Office:
Selby Town Hall,
York Street, YO8 4AJ
Tel: 01757 708449 or pay on the door.
General admission £4.00 . Holiday Cinema £2.00
See Full Listings for contact details & prices at other venues

Monday 9th September - 2.30pm
Venue: Eggborough Methodist Chapel

Fisherman's Friends
(2019, 12A)

Friday 13th September - 7.30pm
Venue: Old Girls School, Sherburn

(2019, 12A)

Monday 16th September - 7.30pm
: Selby Town Hall

The Keeper
(2019, PG)

Thursday 19th September - 10.30am
: Selby Town Hall

The Titfield Thunderbolt
(1953, U)

Monday 21st October - 7.30pm
: Selby Town Hall

(2019, 15)

Doors open 30 minutes before screening time.

Special Selby 950th Anniversary
Film Screening

Tuesday 22nd October 7.30pm
Thursday 24th October 10.30am

To celebrate 950 years since the founding of Selby we are screening two locally produced films first seen in 1969.

The Vision of Benedict was directed by local film maker Bill Davison. The film tells the story of Benedict, a monk from Auxerre in France, who followed a vision to travel to England and ended up at the bend of the river Ouse which became Selby.

Festival 69 is a film record, made by Selby Cine Club, of the various events and celebrations commemorating the 900th anniversary 50 years ago.  This included a very special event, the Royal visit of Queen Elizabeth II.

Cochranes of Selby
DVD now available.

Selby Globe present this new documentary remembering a century of shipbuilding in Selby. The production covers the history of Cochrane Shipbuilders and features archive film and interviews with former employees who helped build the Selby ships.

DVD's are now on sale at Carol's Hairstylist on Denison Road, Selby and at the Selby Town Hall box office.

John Leyton at Selby Globe

Selby Globe were delighted to welcome John Leyton to Selby Globe recently.  John delivered an entertaining talk about some of his adventures in the world of Hollywood movies and his singing career,

John has starred alongside many Hollywood legends including Steve Mcqueen, Richard Attenborough and Frank Sinatra!

Thanks John for sharing some fantastic memories with us.

About Us..

Selby Globe Community Cinema presents a series of contemporary and classic films, shown as they should be, on the big screen. Films are shown at the Selby Town Hall venue, currently running four monthly projects: Monday Night Cinema, Silver Screen Matinee with lunch included, film for families during school holidays and Outreach cinema, taking film into rural locations throughout the Selby District.

In 2011 Selby Globe Community Cinema won a highly prestigious Duke of York Community Initiative Award for the development of community spirit, individual leadership and recognition of excellence.

Selby Globe Community Cinema was born from a love of film and lack of cinema in the Selby area that spanned over 30 years. Run entirely by volunteers on a mission to extend the provision of film in Selby and surrounding villages, the group has welcomed over 12,000 people through the doors since their grand opening sell out event: a sing-along screening of Mamma Mia at the Town Hall in September 2009.

It’s an exciting time for film and the Selby Globe Community Cinema!  We are all volunteers with one simple mission – to extend the provision of big screen film presentations in Selby and surrounding villages.

Selby Globe Featured in
New Community Cinema Promotional Video

Selby Globe Community Cinema is featured in Cine Yorkshire’s video promoting rural cinema projects throughout North Yorkshire.

Rural towns and villages are unlikely to get major cinema chains opening a venue locally, so the choices are to either travel a long distance – usually by car or bus (if a service fits in with the screening time) – or wait for the DVD or Blu-ray.

But now, with the growth of volunteer led rural cinemas, film fans can enjoy big screen entertainment closer to home.

To see the full video click here


Thank you to everyone for your continuing support of Selby Globe Community Cinema.