Cinema-goers have the chance to see two films in New Deer Public Hall this Sunday (February 22) - one of which will stir memories for local people.
They are What We Did On Our Holiday and an archive film, 1962 Holiday at New Deer.
They will be shown at 4pm.
The archive is silent and only lasts about five minutes but will show New Deer more than fifty years ago and should be of interest to everyone.
The main film is an engaging British comedy starring David Tennant, Rosamund Pike and Billy Connolly and is one for all the family.
Sue Robertson, voluntary promoter, said the screenings are a good mix.
She added: “A lovely family movie and a bit of nostalgia for a Sunday afternoon.
“Ice cream, popcorn and soft drinks will be on sale.”
Tickets are £5 each and can be bought from the Pharmacy and Food for Thought 01771 644217/644366, or on the door.
New Deer Public Hall is a NEAT (North East Arts Touring) Flicks venue.