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  • Café, Cinema, Events 23-Feb-2017 04:31 PM

    Nest and Tumbafest 2017

    Nest and Tumbafest 2017

    Nest welcomes all Tumbafest visitors again in 2017 opening extended hours to meet you all!

    Locals, travellers, festival goers, musicians, volunteers, workers - we are open all weekend to serve you up delicious food, wine and the best local seasonal produce.

    For the first time in 7 years we won't have a stall at Tumbafest (there's a baby due!) BUT we certainly are open at Nest HQ and hope to see you sometime over the weekend.  Stop by (easy parking out front, 3minute walk from festival) for  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Wine, Coffee, Cake, MOVIE in our airconditioned armchair cinema, giftwares, produce or books to take home.

    Dinner Bookings recommended for Friday & Saturday Night 69482950

    Dinner Menu Available Here


    Open 8am - 10pm 

    Breakfast Lunch Dinner and all the inbetweens

    Film: 11am, 5pm, 8pm


    Open 8am - 10pm

    Breakfast Lunch Dinner and all the inbetweens

    Film: 11am, 3pm, 8pm


    Open 9am - 2pm

    Coffee Breakfast Lunch 

    Film: 11am

    The Feature Film in our Boutique Armchair Cinema 24 Feb - 2 March: A UNITED KINGDOM

    Based on the inspirational true-life romance between Botswanan King Seretse Khama (David Oyelowo) and his British wife, Ruth Williams Khama (Rosamund Pike), A United Kingdom is a British period piece set in the 1940s, following an interracial union in the face of fierce opposition from their families and the British government, the tribal elders of Botswana and the apartheid government of South Africa.

    The film concentrates on the couple’s journey as they move to Bechuanaland (modern-day Botswana) and face similar obstacles of racism while Seretse tries to convince his people and the British government that he should be king and that his marriage to a white woman is a separate matter of personal choice.

    Amma Asante, who also directed Belle, beautifully captures this defiant and enduring love story while shining a light on a complex and painful chapter in British history. Khamas’ son, Ian Khama, is currently the democratically elected president of Botswana and the family cooperated in the making of this film.

    DIRECTOR: Amma Asante
    CAST: Rosamund Pike, David Oyelowo, Tom Felton, Laura Carmichael
    2016 | 105 MIN | PG