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AD ASTRA (CERT TBC)

Show times:
27th September - 8.30pm
28th September - 6.00pm
29th September - 8.15pm
30th September - 6.00pm
1st October - 2.00pm & 5.00pm
2nd October - 8.30pm
3rd October - 6.00pm

Director: James Gray.
Starring: Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones, Ruth Negga, Liv Tyler, Donald Sutherland.
Brazil/USA/China 2019. TBC mins.

Astronaut Roy McBride (Brad Pitt) travels to the outer edges of the solar system to find his missing father and unravel a mystery that threatens the survival of our planet.
His journey uncovers secrets that challenge the nature of human existence and our place in the cosmos. A thrilling, cerebral sci-fi epic from the director of The Lost City Of Z.

ANGEL HAS FALLEN (15)

Show times:
27th September - 6.00pm
2nd October - 6.00pm
3rd October - 8.30pm


After foiling an assassination attempt on US President Allan Trumbull (Morgan Freeman), Secret Service Agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) is wrongfully accused of the crime and becomes a man on the run. While evading his own agency and the FBI, he must clear his name, find the real threat to POTUS and save the country from imminent danger.

APOLLO 11 (U)

Show times:
8th September - 5.30pm

Director: Todd Douglas Miller.
USA 2019. 93 mins.

NASA’s vaults open for the first time to reveal exquisite audio and vivid film footage of its most celebrated mission: the one that first put men on the moon. The meandering cameras in Cape Canaveral capture a dreamy-eyed portrait of America as it steps into the future. From inside the Apollo 11 spacecraft, the amazingly jocular conversation of the astronauts punctuates each stage of the mission with lightness and charm. The crowds watching the rocket, however, are oblivious to the enormous pressure mission control is under to succeed. Director Todd Miller takes you straight to the heart of this intense scientific and human endeavour, sharing the atmosphere and action from every stage of the mission. Painstakingly crafted, this jaw-dropping experience offers a new look into one of humanity’s greatest achievements.

BLINDED BY THE LIGHT (12A)

Show times:
23rd August - 8.30pm
24th August - 7.45pm
25th August - 4.30pm
26th August - 7.30pm
27th August - 2.00pm
28th August - 8.00pm
29th August - 6.00pm

Director: Gurinder Chadha.
Starring: Viviek Kalra, Hayley Atwell, Rob Brydon.
UK 2019. 117 mins.

The year is 1987. When music fanatic Javed discovers the illustrious back catalogue of Bruce Springsteen, his world is turned upside down. His passion for music and writing
is set alight by the songs of the working-class poet, whose lyrics feel all too familiar to him. Yearning to escape his rundown hometown and the rules of his traditional Pakistani
household, the teenage dreamer must discover if he too was born to run.
Contains racist language and behaviour and moderate bad language.

DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD (PG)

Show times:
7th September - 12.45pm
8th September - 1.15pm

Director: James Bobin.
Starring: Isabela Moner, Jeff Wahlberg, Eugenio Derbez, Eva Longoria, Michael Peña, Danny Trejo, Benecio Del Toro.
Australia/USA 2019. 102 mins.

This live-action reimagining of one of Nickelodeon’s most popular pre-school cartoons fast-forwards to the teenage years of the iconic young explorer. Now Dora (Isabela Moner) faces her most dangerous adventure yet: high school. As intrepid as ever, she ends up leading Boots (her best friend, a monkey), Diego (Jeffrey Wahlberg), a mysterious jungle dweller (Eugenio Derbez), and a ragtag group of teens on a quest to save her parents (Eva Longoria, Michael Peña) and solve the mystery behind a lost city of gold.

DOWNTON ABBEY (PG)

Show times:
13th September - 6.00pm & 8.30pm
14th September - 1.00pm, 3.30pm, 6.00pm & 8.30pm
15th September - 2.30pm (Hard of Hearing/Subtitled), 5.00pm & 7.30pm
16th September - 6.00pm & 8.30pm
17th September - 2.00pm & 5.00pm
18th September - 6.00pm & 8.30pm
19th September - 5.45pm & 8.15pm
20th September - 6.00pm & 8.30pm
21st September - 1.00pm, 3.30pm, 6.00pm & 8.30pm
22nd September - 2.00pm, 4.30pm & 7.00pm
23rd September - 6.00pm & 8.30pm
24th September - 2.00pm, 5.00pm & 7.30pm
25th September - 5.45pm & 8.15pm
26th September - 6.00pm & 8.30pm
Director: Michael Engler.
Starring: Hugh Bonneville, Jim Carter, Michelle Dockery, Elizabeth McGovern, Maggie Smith, Imelda Staunton, Penelope Wilton.
UK 2019. 122 mins.

The TV series Downton Abbey followed the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who worked for them at the turn of the 20th century in an Edwardian English country
house. Over six seasons, the series garnered three Golden Globe Awards, 15 Primetime Emmy Awards and 69 Emmy nominations in total, making it the most nominated non-US
TV show in the history of the Emmys – even earning a special BAFTA award and a Guinness World Record along the way. Now audiences are cordially invited to return to Downton
Abbey for the big screen bow of the upstairs-downstairs drama. The story continues in 1927, as the Crawleys and their intrepid staff prepare for the most important moment of their lives – a royal visit.

MRS LOWRY & SON (PG)

Show times:
6th September - 6.00pm
7th September - 3.00pm
8th September - 3.30pm & 7.30pm
9th September - 6.00pm
10th September - 2.00pm, 4.00pm & 8.30pm
11th September - 8.15pm
12th September - 5.30pm
Director: Adrian Noble.
Starring: Vanessa Redgrave, Timothy Spall, Stephen Lord.
UK 2019. 91 mins.

British artist L.S. Lowry (Spall) lived most of his life with his over-bearing mother (Redgrave). Bed-ridden and unhappy, she tried to dissuade her bachelor son from pursuing his artistic ambitions, while never failing to tell him what a disappointment he was to her. But Lowry was inspired by the look of the people, the factory chimneys and textile mills on his doorstep, and persisted in his attempts to become an artist. By day, he walked the streets of Salford doing his job as a rent collector and socialising with the factory workers; in the evenings he took art classes and then would paint at the top of the house after his mother had gone to bed. This compelling biopic from director Adrian Noble makes for a darkly Oedipal drama and vivid snapshot of the industrial north west.

ONCE UPON A TIME IN... HOLLYWOOD (18)

Show times:
30th August - 5.30pm & 8.45pm
31st August - 5.00pm & 8.15pm
1st September - 3.30pm
2nd September - 6.00pm
3rd September - 2.00pm & 7.30pm
4th September - 7.00pm
5th September - 6.00pm
Director: Quentin Tarantino.
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie.
USA/UK 2019. 161 mins.

The ninth film from writer-director Quentin Tarantino is a sprawling fairy-tale tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age. The year is 1969, and fading actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his long-time stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) are struggling to keep up with the changing times. When Rick’s western TV show ‘Bounty Law’ is cancelled, the former teenage heartthrob sees his career and youth slipping away. The changing of the guard seems to have no effect on Cliff, but the same can’t be said for his counterpart. This is until Rick notices he has a very famous new next-door neighbour: Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie). Charles Manson’s cult of followers serves as a worrying backdrop for Once Upon A Time In... Hollywood – one that Los Angeles will never forget.

PAIN AND GLORY (15)

Show times:
29th September - 6.00pm
30th September- 8.30pm
Director: Pedro Almodóvar.
Starring: Antonio Bandera, Penélope Cruz, Asier Etxeandia.
Spain 2019. 113 mins.

From the director of Women On The Edge Of A Nervous Breakdown and Julieta, a tender new film about an ageing, gay Madrid-based film director, Salvador Mallo (Antonio
Banderas). Mallo is retreating into himself, facing ill health, depression and the decline of his powers. But a chance meeting reunites him with an actor from his past and things take a wild and unexpected turn. Almodóvar’s zany charm, style and wit all feature here, together with a romantic sentimentality and an infectious love for cinema.

PAVAROTTI (12A)

Show times:
11th September - 6.00pm
Director: Ron Howard.
Featuring: Luciano Pavarotti, Plácido Domingo, José Carreras.
UK/USA 2019. 114 mins.

Director Ron Howard takes an intimate approach to documenting opera star Luciano Pavarotti’s story.
Contains infrequent strong language and brief images of dead bodies

PLAYMOBIL: THE MOVIE (U)

Show times:
21st September - 10.45am
22nd September - 11.00am (Relaxed Screening)
28th September - 3.45pm
Director: Lino DiSalvo. Voices: Anya Taylor-Joy, Gabriel Bateman, Daniel Radcliffe, Jim Gaffigan, Meghan Trainor, Adam Lambert.
France/Germany 2019. 99 mins.

A young girl named Marla journeys through a vast and wondrous world of Playmobil in search of her younger brother Charlie. On her quest through the magical realm, she learns to enjoy the endless possibilities of her imagination.

SOMETIMES ALWAYS NEVER (12A)

Show times:
25th August - 7.00pm
26th August - 5.30pm
27th August - 7.30pm
28th August - 6.00pm
Director: Carl Hunter.
Starring: Bill Nighy, Sam Riley, Jenny Agutter, Alice Lowe, Tim McInnerny.
UK 2018. 87 mins.

With a witty script from veteran screenwriter Frank Cottrell Boyce and a striking visual style from director Carl Hunter reminiscent of the work of Wes Anderson and Aki Kaurismäki, this quirky and moving comedy-drama tells the story of a family with an exceptional Scrabble vocabulary who cannot put their words to use and communicate with each other. A superb Bill Nighy stars as Alan, a Scrabble-obsessed tailor on a journey to reconnect with his two sons.

THE ANGRY BIRDS MOVIE 2 (U)

Show times:
23rd August - 1.00pm
24th August - 3.15pm
25th August - 2.15pm
26th August - 3.15pm
27th August - 11.30am
28th August - 11.30am
14th September - 11.00am
Director: Thurop Van Orman.
Voices: Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Danny McBride, Peter Dinklage.
Finland/USA 2019. TBC mins.

The flightless angry birds and the scheming green piggies take their beef to the next level when a new threat emerges that puts both Bird and Pig Island in danger. Red, Chuck, Bomb and Mighty Eagle recruit Chuck’s sister Silver (Rachel Bloom) and team up with pigs Leonard, his assistant Courtney (Awkwafina), and techpig Garry (Sterling K. Brown) to forge an unsteady truce and form an unlikely superteam to save their homes.

THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN (PG)

Show times:
23rd August - 6.00pm
27th August - 5.00pm
29th August - 8.30pm
Director: Simon Curtis.
Starring: Kevin Costner, Milo Ventimiglia, Amanda Seyfried.
USA 2019. TBC mins.

Based on the bestselling novel by Garth Stein, The Art Of Racing In The Rain is a heartfelt tale narrated by a witty and philosophical dog named Enzo (voiced by Kevin Costner). Through his eyes, we follow the highs and lows in the life of his owner, Denny Swift (Milo Ventimiglia), an aspiring Formula One driver. Through their bond, Enzo gains tremendous insight into the human condition and understands that the techniques needed on the racetrack can also be used to navigate the journey of life.

THE CURRENT WAR (12A)

Show times:
29th August - 2.00pm
Director: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon.
Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Shannon, Tom Holland, Nicholas Hoult, Katherine Waterston.
USA 2017. 108 mins.

Tracking the intense rivalry between inventor Thomas Edison (Benedict Cumberbatch) and revered entrepreneur George Westinghouse (Michael Shannon), this slick, entertaining
period drama tells the dramatic story of the late 19th century race to light up America and power the world. Rounding out the cast are Nicholas Hoult as the eccentric inventor Nikola Tesla, Katherine Waterston as Westinghouse’s outspoken wife Marguerite, Tom Holland as Edison’s confident young secretary Samuel Insull and Tuppence Middleton as Edison’s supportive wife Mary.
Contains moderate bloody images and execution scenes.

THE LION KING (PG)

Show times:
23rd August - 3.15pm
24th August - 12.45pm
31st August - 2.30pm
6th September - 8.00pm
7th September - 7.30pm
10th September - 6.00pm
Director: Jon Favreau.
Voices: Donald Glover, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, James Earl Jones, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Seth Rogen, Billy Eichner.
USA 2019. 120 mins.

Eye-poppingly realistic CGI brings to life Disney’s cherished animation about a lion cub’s brave journey from pride outcast to proud king. Jon Favreau’s immersive vision gathers a majestic cast on the African savannah to honour all the seminal moments and iconic songs of the original film. James Earl Jones reprises his role as King Mufasa and Donald Glover
is Simba, the young prince.

TOY STORY 4 (U)

Show times: 
24th August - 5.30pm
25th August - 11.30am
26th August - 1.00pm
Director: Josh Cooley.
Voices: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Annie Potts, Tony Hale, Keanu Reeves, Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele.
USA 2019. 100 mins.

The story of Woody, Buzz and the gang continues in another rollercoaster of a movie, which promises to pull on the heartstrings and tickle the funny bones of kids and grown-ups
alike. On a road-trip adventure alongside new faces and old friends, Woody learns just how big the world can be for a toy.

VITA & VIRGINIA (12A)

Show times:
3rd September - 8.15pm
9th September - 8.00pm

Director: Chanya Button.
Starring: Gemma Arterton, Elizabeth Debicki, Isabella Rossellini.
Ireland/UK 2018. 110 mins.

Socialite Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton) and literary icon Virginia Woolf (Elizabeth Debicki) run in different circles in 1920s London. Despite the odds, the magnetic Vita and the beguiling Virginia forge an unconventional affair, set against the backdrop of their own strikingly contemporary marriages. Their relationship would inspire one of Woolf’s most iconic novels, ‘Orlando’.
Contains moderate sex, sex references and nudity.

YESTERDAY (12A)

Show times:
28th August - 2.00pm
Director: Danny Boyle.
Starring: Himesh Patel, Lily James, Kate McKinnon.
UK 2019. 116 mins.

When aspiring singer-songwriter Jack Malik (Patel) is hit by a car he comes round to find that nobody remembers The Beatles – apart from him! Feeling obliged to bring the melodies of the Fab Four back to life, Jack rises to global stardom. But he may have taken on more than he can handle.
Contains infrequent strong language, drug references and moderate sex references.