Wednesday 26 February, 11am

The morning screening is dementia and older person friendly, with cabaret seating, soft lighting and limited to 50 places. Admission is free -please book by phoning Lesley Cherry on 02870831400 or email

7.30pm, Public Screening. Admission: £5

Based on a true story, this heart-warming, comic film tells the tale of the tiny Scottish Island of Todday, which suffers from a wartime whisky shortage. When a ship full of the precious liquid is wrecked on a reef, the islanders conspire to smuggle the whisky off the ship right under the noses of the pesky British revenue officials. Numerous clever comic complications occur before the happy ending – which, we are told by the narrator, was not so happy once all the whisky was consumed! This event is supported by Film Hub NI (BFI Film Audience Network), awarding funds from the National lottery Good Causes.

Running time: 1 hr 20 mins, 1949.