The co-founder of a pop-up cinema business in Marlow have revealed what they think of the idea that the town could get its very own movie theatre.

Last week, we disclosed that Everyman Cinema are in the process of creating a planning application that will be submitted to Wycombe District Council.

If approved, Marlow will join venues such as London, Cardiff, Wokingham and York to name just a few, in having their own Everyman Cinema.

And Andrea O'Hagan, who co-foundered Firefly Events and produced two popular pop-up cinemas in the town said: "I feel really positive about the cinema coming to Marlow.

"I think the proposal will be great for the building, for the town and for the people of Marlow.

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“We have been very lucky to have secured a prime central Marlow location in the beautiful old Crown pub in Marlow for the past two winters.”

“The investment firm that own the building that has been lying empty for the past two years have been more than happy with the reciprocal arrangement as it has allowed the building to be used and kept alive for the Marlow residents.

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One of the pop-up cinemas in Marlow

“And the people of Marlow absolutely love the building and we are always regaled by people’s personal stories.

“It truly is the heart of the town and I believe that our cinema (that included freshly cooked food from local caterer Donna Thacker and comfy sofas) gave them a warm welcome during the cold December nights.”

Firefly Events have screened movies on golf courses, hotel grounds, schools, churches and country estates since they were established.

Locally, the company have managed pop-up cinemas at Marlow’s Harrow & Hope, Harleyford Golf Course, Danesfield House Hotel, Culden Faw, Bisham Abbey, All Saints Church and the Arlo & Jacob furniture shop.

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And as well as screening movies (both old and new), the company have also shown sporting events such as the Six Nations.

Andrea continued: “I am in no doubt that a permanent cinema, such as Everyman, will do well in Marlow and people will just be delighted to seeing the building being back in full-time use.

“Obviously, it will be sad for us not to return in the winter, but we are already on the search for another suitable indoor venue in Bucks.

“In the meantime, we will continue to offer open-air cinema around the area and already have plans to return to Harleyford in September and Harrow and Hope in July.

“We will also be running various dates at Stubbings Estate near Maidenhead this year which is a very exciting addition to our calendar.

“It will take a while before the doors to the new Marlow cinema open so look out for monthly indoor screenings at Hurley House Hotel as well as Arlo & Jacob in town.”