THERE are plenty of chances to see Wightwash, a documentary by Isle of Wight filmmaker David George about the fall of Eco-Island.

Ten years after the initiative was launched by the IW Council, the film looks at what happened, how the vision fell apart, and ended in tragedy.

Catch it at Cowes Community Centre today (16) at 7.30pm, at Aspire in Ryde tomorrow (17) at 7.30pm and at Gurnard Village Hall on Thursday (22) at 7.30pm.

Niton Cinema is showing Chesil Beach (15) on Saturday (17) at 7.30pm.

Adapted by Ian McEwan from his bestselling novel, the drama explores the societal pressure of physical intimacy, and how it leads a young couple to an awkward and fateful wedding night.

Tickets are available from Niton Library or post office.

Ventnor Arts Club is live screening The Madness of George III on Tuesday (20) from 7pm. Immerse yourself in Alan Bennett's play, starring Mark Gatiss in the title role.

On Wednesday (21) it's the turn of Bennett's Allelujah! from 7pm, the hilarious new play about an old-fashioned hospital threatened with closure.

The 2017 release of Mary Shelley (PG) can be watched at Ventnor Arts Club on Thursday (22) at 7.30pm.

It tells the story of Frankenstein author Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin (Elle Fanning) and her fiery relationship with romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley.

The young lovers are constrained by polite society but bound together by a natural chemistry and progressive ideas beyond the boundaries of their age and time.

Friends of Freshwater Library present Darkest Hour (PG), on Wednesday (21) at 7.30pm.

This true story begins at the precipice of the Second World War when Winston Churchill (Gary Oldman) faces his biggest challenge.

Ryde Lions Cinema is showing A United Kingdom (12A) on Sunday (18) — which is already fully booked.