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A STAR IS BORN (15)

Show times:
22nd November - 2.00pm
Director: Bradley Cooper.
Starring: Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, Sam Elliot,  Dave Chappelle, Anthony Ramos, Bonnie Somerville.
USA 2018. 136 mins.

Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut is a new take on a timeless story: an ill-fated romance between a seasoned musician fading from fame and the struggling young singer he pushes into the limelight and helps to stardom. Even as her career begins to take off, the personal side of their relationship breaks down, and he must battle alone with his own, destructive demons. Previous film versions have starred Janet Gaynor and Fredric March (1937), James Mason and Judy Garland (1954) and Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson (1976). Now Cooper and pop superstar Lady Gaga – almost unrecognisable as a demure, dishwater brunette – play the two lovers with, astonishingly, all of the performances shot live and the film’s original songs recorded at Coachella and Glastonbury music festivals in 2017.

BAD TIMES AT THE EL ROYALE (15)

Show times:
18th November - 7.15pm
22nd November - 8.45pm
Director: Drew Goddard.
Starring: Jeff Bridges, Cynthia Erivo, Dakota Johnson, Jon Hamm, Cailee Spaeny, Lewis Pullman, Nick Offerman, Chris Hemsworth. USA 2018. 141 mins.

From the director of The Cabin In The Woods comes a star-studded thriller set in the bowels of a 1960s rundown hotel on Lake Tahoe, on the Nevada-California border. Seven secret-riddled strangers, each with a shady past, come together to spend a night there and a happy go-lucky atmosphere soon descends into vicious mayhem. Enough guns, death, robberies, hostages and gruesome happenings to chill any ordinary hotel-goer.

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY (12A)

Show times:
16th November - 6.00pm & 8.45pm
17th November - 5.30pm & 8.15pm
18th November - 4.30pm
19th November - 8.15pm
20th November - 2.00pm
21st November - 8.15pm
22nd November - 6.00pm
23rd November - 6.00pm
24th November - 8.30pm
25th November - 7.45pm
26th November - 5.45pm
27th November - 8.00pm
28th November - 6.00pm

29th November - 2.00pm & 8.30pm
30th November - 8.30pm
1st December - 5.30pm & 8.15pm
4th December - 5.00pm
5th December - 6.00pm
7th December - 6.00pm
8th December - 5.30pm & 8.15pm
9th December - 7.30pm
10th December - 5.45pm
11th December - 4.30pm
12th December - 8.15pm
13th December - 8.30pm 
Director: Bryan Singer.
Starring: Rami Malek,  Joseph Mazzello, Mike Myers.
UK/USA 2018. 134 mins.

Bohemian Rhapsody chronicles the life of one of the world’s greatest rock legends, Freddie Mercury, lead singer of the band Queen. Mr. Robot’s Rami Malek takes to the stage as Mercury in an authentic biopic that raises a hefty glass to a talented entertainer whose life spun out of control. X-men director Bryan Singer follows the story of Mercury’s meteoric rise to worldwide fame, from the formation of Queen in 1970 up to their earth-shattering performance at Live Aid in 1985 at Wembley Stadium. For the first time ever, audio tracks from that concert are being released. With record sales estimated at 300 million and counting, and despite the tragic death of Mercury in 1991, Queen remains an evergreen among rock favourites, their glorious catalogue of songs continuing to thrill fans of all ages across the globe. Contains moderate sex references, drug references and infrequent strong language.

GOOSEBUMPS 2: HAUNTED HALLOWEEN

Show times:
17th November - 3.30pm
18th November - 2.30pm
Director: Ari Sandel.
Starring/Voices Wendi McLendon-Covey, Jack Black, Caleel Harris, Madison Iseman, Jeremy Ray Taylor.
USA 2018. 90 mins.

Comedy horror when two boys discover a forgotten manuscript and a mischievous marionette with magic powers in an empty house. Soon a host of Goosebumps monsters come to life - vampires and blue trolls, a female cyborg, the Bride of Frankenstein and a whole packet of activated gummy bears - and cause the maximum amount of trouble and scary fun.

PETERLOO (12A)

Show times:
23rd November - 8.45pm
24th November - 5.30pm
25th November - 4.45pm
26th November - 8.30pm
27th November - 2.00pm & 5.00pm
28th November - 8.45pm
29th November - 5.30pm
Director: Mike Leigh.
Starring: Rory Kinnear, Maxine Peake, Neil Bell,  Philip Jackson, Vincent Franklin, Karl Johnson, Tim McInnerny.
UK 2018. 154 mins.

Mike Leigh (Mr. Turner) directs an epic portrayal of the events surrounding the infamous 1819 Peterloo Massacre at St Peter’s Field in Manchester, where a peaceful pro-democracy rally turned into one of the bloodiest and most notorious episodes in British history. Government forces charged into a crowd of over 60,000 that had gathered to demand political reform and protest against rising levels of poverty. Many protestors were killed and hundreds more injured, sparking not only a nationwide outcry but also further government suppression. The massacre was a defining moment in British democracy. In a huge ensemble cast, Rory Kinnear shines as orator Henry Hunt, while Maxine Peake plays a matriarch struggling to hold her family together in the face of severe deprivation. Contains moderate violence and language.

POKÉMON THE MOVIE: THE POWER OF US (CERT TBC)

Show times:
24th November - 3.15pm
In Japanese with English subtitles. Ash and Pikachu find themselves in a seaside town where the people worship the Pokémon Lugia for, it is said that, long ago, Lugia saved this place from destruction. Every year, in celebration, the townspeople burn a ceremonial flame to attract the Pokémon. But now their livelihood and their celebrations are under new threat, and Ash and Pikachu must unite the community and save the day in this gorgeous animation.

THE WIFE (15)

Show times:
19th November - 6.00pm
20th November - 4.45pm
21st November - 6.00pm
Director: Björn Runge.
Starring: Glenn Close, Jonathan Pryce, Max Irons, Annie Starke, Elizabeth McGovern, Harry Lloyd, Christian Slater.
Sweden/USA/UK 2017. 100 mins.

Joan Castleman (Close) has spent 40 years sacrificing her dreams to support her charismatic husband Joe (Pryce) and his literary career. After a lifetime of uneven compromises, Joan and Joe’s marriage has reached the moment of truth. On the eve of the presentation of Joe’s Nobel Prize for Literature, Joan confronts the biggest sacrifice of her life and the biggest secret of his career.