Dunlop Village Hall
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Welcome to the Dunlop Village Hall Website.


The hall is situated in the village’s Main Street, acting as a focal point for village life.  It is managed by the community, for the community, and plays host to a wide variety of educational, recreational and leisure activities, as well as concerts and private functions.




The Conservatory Cafe

The cafe is open for lunch, teas, coffee and home-made cakes on Thursday, Friday and the first Saturday of the month from 11am till 2pm.
Picture gallery
Past events
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What’s On
Click here for calendar
Useful Contacts
Activities in the Hall
Hold your Children’s Party in the Hall.
Dunlop Guide
Children's Party
Caretaker Rota
Week Beginning:
in the gallery....
Dunlop Community cinema

2nd May

Alan Young   01560 484887

9th May

Alan MacEwan   01560 480472

16th May

Roy Wyllie   01560 486608

23rd May

Steven Sinclair   01560 483745 `

30th May

Alan Young   01560 484887



Week 220502

Our next exhibition will be showing the work of the Stewarton Colourists.  Always a popular event, it will be a chance to view the excellent work of this group of Stewarton artists.  The opening will be on Friday, 6th May from 7pm till 9pm, where you can have a brouse around and a chat with that free glass of wine!  After that you will be able to see the show when the Conservatory Cafe is open, and enjoy one of their delicious lunches, or cofee and cake.  Or maybe just do both!

The Playing Field

Playing Field
Photography Competition
Our summer photography competition is fast approaching, with the deadline for entriedbeing 24th June.  Our theme this year is “Local Colour”, so that gives plenty of scope for fabulous Dunlop photos!  As always, along with the competition, your photo will perhaps end up in the Dunlop calendar for 2023!  So make sure you have your camera, or phone, with you when you go out for that next walk.  We’re looking forward to you colourful pictures.  Any questions - phone Eleanor (07811 045600), or Shiona (07506 951620)
Belfast is a 2021 coming-of-age drama written and directed by Kenneth Branagh, starring Caitríona Balfe, Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciarán Hinds, Colin Morgan, and newcomer Jude Hill.

Branagh has described it as his "most personal film", semi-autobiographical, it follows a young boy's childhood in Belfast, Northern Ireland, at the beginning of The Troubles in 1969.

Kevin Maher of The Times gave it 5/5 stars: "It's a film of formal beauty, letter-perfect performances, complex and textured writing (also from Branagh) and enough comedic one-lines and Van Morrison musical montages to make you forget that you are watching a drama about seething sectarian hatreds".

Belfast (12A) - Friday 20th May - 7:30pm