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Fringe Events

September 17, 2017

Blues Brother at The Vue Charity Screening

Vue Cinemas, Festival Place, Festival Way, Basingstoke RG21 7BB

If it’s been a while since you’ve seen it, or you’d be seeing it for the first time, what better way to Jake and Elwood in action than on the big screen, in a freshly refurbished screen with brand new electric reclining seats? Not only that, but instead of 30-minutes of ads and trailers before the film starts, you’ll be treated to the 11-minute delight that is APPARITION – our Best Film winner at last year’s Exit 6 Film Festival. By joining us for this special screening you’ll also be giving to a great cause! All profits from the evening will be going to the Ark Cancer Centre Charity, which is the Exit 6 charity partner for 2017.

September 18, 2017

Exit 6: Reminisce

Basingstoke Discovery Centre, Potters Walk, Basingstoke RG21 7LS

Short Film Screenings

The team at Exit 6 Film Festival bring you their highlights from the 2016 festival in Basingstoke, including 6 internationally successful short films from a host of genres and countries – something for everyone!

The Discovery Centre, 2pm–4.30pm

Tickets are free and should be booked in advance to avoid disappointment on the day

September 18, 2017

Movie Pub Quiz at The Bounty Inn

The Bounty, 81 Bounty Rd, Basingstoke RG21 3BZ

As part of the 2017 Exit 6 Film Festival, we invite you to a traditional pub quiz with a movie twist. Film scores, a picture round and the all important Exit 6 Oscar for the winner awaits. Enter your team! (on a first-come first-served basis)

Entry is £1 per person on the night - all proceeds go to charity

Quiz starts promptly at 8.30pm

September 19, 2017

Get Real: Basingstoke’s Feature Film Screening at The Discovery Centre

Basingstoke Discovery Centre, Potters Walk, Basingstoke RG21 7LS

Get transported back to 90s Basingstoke with the classic British Drama, Get Real. Filmed largely in and around Basingstoke, the film deals with the taboo of homosexuality in a secondary school. Appearances from The Vyne school, The War Memorial and Town Centre will be a nostalgic treat for those who knew it at the time.



Tickets are free and should be booked in advance to avoid disappointment

September 19, 2017

EXIT 6 and PRIDE245 present a Q&A Screening of ‘GET REAL’ at The Forge (The Anvil)

The Forge (The Anvil), Churchill Way E, Basingstoke RG21 7QR

The feature film that was shot largely in Basingstoke during the 1990s. Director Simon Shore and Writer Patrick Wilde, plus local star of the film Stacy Hart, will take questions from the audience about the making of Get Real.

Doors 7pm

Tickets are £7 and available from or call The Anvil Box Office on 01256 844244.

September 20, 2017

Live Music from the Movies at The White Hart

The White Hart, Basingstoke

Local bands and musicians, including Sugarman Sam & The Voodoo Men, Wherewithal and more will be performing their favourite, specially-rehearsed tracks from the movies as well as their original material. Free entry.

Doors 7.30pm

September 20, 2017

BIG Charity Film Quiz at Tonic Bar

Tonic, 20-22 London St, Basingstoke RG21 7NY

Do you have a great work team. Are you and your friends a fountain of film knowledge? Enter a team into Exit 6 Film Festival’s Charity Film Quiz at Tonic. An evening of brain-busting film trivia to test your cinematic prowess, all while raising money for a hugely deserving charity. 

£5 per person to enter to be collected on the night, all proceeds to be donated to Ark Cancer Centre Charity, Basingstoke.

6pm - late

September 21, 2017


Basingstoke Discovery Centre, Potters Walk, Basingstoke RG21 7LS

Six films were selected from the submissions of 2016 and were in contest to win the Best Film of the Festival. The selected six films of 2016 will be shown at The Discovery Centre, ending with the Festival Winner.



Tickets are free and should be booked in advance to avoid disappointment

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