Colonnade House & the Worthing Honey Collective present a screening of HONEYLAND.

The New York Times picked HONEYLAND as their film of the year 2019, writing:

“…this documentary is nothing less than a found epic, a real-life environmental allegory and, not least, a stinging comedy about the age-old problem of inconsiderate neighbours.”

Watch the trailer here.


The perfect film to play in collaboration with the Worthing Honey Collective who are the first community supported beehive scheme with the aim of turning Worthing into a pollinator friendly town. They currently have seven hives across three sites in Worthing which are supported and maintained by their team of volunteer beekeepers.

Find out more here.

Your ticket to Honeyland includes a free drink, snacks and the opportunity to find out more The Worthing Honey Collective.


Colonnade House’s annual film festival shines a spotlight on fantastic local organisations, artists and businesses by pairing them with fantastic works in film.

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