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Show times:
14th September - 8:15pm
15th September - 8:15pm
Director: Spike Lee.
Starring: John David Washington, Adam Driver.
USA 2018. 135 mins.

From visionary filmmaker Spike Lee comes the incredible true story of an American hero. It’s the early 1970s, and Ron Stallworth (Washington) is the first African-American detective to serve in the Colorado Springs Police Department. Determined to make a name for himself, Stallworth bravely sets out on a dangerous mission to infiltrate and expose the Ku Klux Klan. The young detective soon recruits a more seasoned colleague, Flip Zimmerman (Driver), who joins him on the undercover investigation of a lifetime. Together they work to take down the extremist hate group from the inside as it sanitises its violent rhetoric to appeal to the mainstream.


Show times:
14th September - 6:00pm
15th September - 3:45pm & 6:00pm
16th September - 2:45pm & 5:00pm
17th September - 8:30pm
18th September - 2:00pm & 5:00pm
19th September - 8:30pm
20th September - 6:00pm
22nd September - 3:45pm
23rd September - 2:45pm
Director: Marc Forster.
Starring/Voices: Ewan McGregor, Jim Cummings,  Hayley Atwell, Brad Garrett, Toby Jones, Nick Mohammed, Peter Capaldi, Sophie Okonedo.
USA 2018. 104 mins.

Overworked and disillusioned with adult life, Christopher Robin (McGregor) is a world away from his idyllic childhood spent with a simple-minded, honey-loving stuffed bear and his friends. But a chance encounter with Winnie-the-Pooh (Cummings), now tattered after years of hugs and play, reminds him of the days of wonder and makebelieve that defined his youth. After a mishap with Christopher Robin’s briefcase, Pooh and the rest of the gang, including Piglet, Eeyore and Tigger, step out of the Hundred Acre Wood and into London to return a few crucial possessions to their old friend – and help him enjoy life again.


Show times:
28th September - 6:00pm
29th September - 8:00pm
30th September - 7:15pm
1st October - 6:00pm
2nd October - 2:00pm & 7:15pm
3rd October - 6:00pm
4th October - 6:00pm
Director: James Marsh.
Starring: Michael Caine, Michael Gambon,  Ray Winstone, Jim Broadbent, Paul Whitehouse, Tom Courtenay,  Francesca Annis, Charlie Cox.
UK 2018. TBC mins.

Michael Caine, Jim Broadbent and Tom Courtenay lead an all-star ensemble of veteran British actors in the unbelievable true story of the Hatton Garden heist. In 2015, a gang of retired criminals stole valuables worth up to £200 million from London’s jewellery district. It was the largest burglary in British legal history, planned so well the police initially believed a group of super-thieves were responsible for the crime. Right under the authorities’ noses, however, was an unlikely crew of silver-haired crooks whose boredom had brought them together for one last job.


Show times:
17th September - 6:00pm
19th September - 6:00pm
23rd September - 7:15pm
24th September - 6:00pm
26th September - 6:00pm
28th September - 8:30pm
29th September - 5:30pm
4th October - 8:30pm
Director: Ol Parker
Starring: Christine Baranski, Pierce Brosnan, Dominic Cooper, Colin Firth, Andy García, Lily James, Amanda Seyfried, Stellan Skarsgård, Julie Walters, Cher, Meryl Streep.
2018. 120 mins.

Sophie finds out more about her mother's past while seeking guidance on how to handle her pregnancy.


Show times:
25th September - 7:15pm
Directors: Jacqui Morris, David Morris.
UK 2018. TBC mins.

This striking and moving documentary from BAFTA nominated directors Jacqui and David Morris traces the extraordinary life of Rudolf Nureyev, the famous male dancer who transcended fame in the dance world to become a pop culture icon of his time. It charts his rise from humble beginnings to his eventual defection to the West, an event that shocked the world. The film contextualises not just the man but also the times in which he lived, discussing the politically charged divide between Russia and the West, and the critical role that Nureyev played as a cultural and global phenomenon. Blending neverbefore-seen footage, an original score by award-winning composer Alex Baranowski, and a spellbinding series of exclusive modern dance tableaux directed by Royal Ballet alumnus Russell Maliphant, Nureyev is a theatrical and cinematic experience like no other biopic.


Show times:
30th September - 5:00pm
1st October - 8:30pm
2nd October - 5:00pm
3rd October - 8:30pm
Director: Oliver Parker.
Starring: Rob Brydon, Rupert Graves, Jane Horrocks, Charlotte Riley.
UK 2018. 97 mins.

Rob Brydon pulls on a pair of skin-tight speedos to head up this hilarious, fun-loving flick. Unlucky in love, Eric (Brydon) holds nothing back when he plunges into the all-male synchronised swimming scene to win back his wife, Heather (Horrocks). His mid-life crisis leads him to join a group of middle-aged men in the local pool as they train for the world championships in Milan. Newfound confidence grows and friendships blossom as the team give everything they’ve got to master ‘the flower’ and ‘the spinning circle’. Oliver Parker (An Ideal Husband and Dorian Gray) rounds out the cast with Downton Abbey’s Jim Carter, Sherlock’s Rupert Graves, Easy Virtue’s Charlotte Riley, and Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie’s Jane Horrocks. Laugh-out-loud from the get go. Contains infrequent strong language and moderate sex references.


Show times:
21st September - 6:00pm
22nd September - 6:00pm
23rd September - 5:00pm
24th September - 8:30pm
25th September - 2:00pm & 5:00pm
26th September - 8:30pm
Director: Richard Eyre.
Starring: Emma Thompson,  Stanley Tucci, Fionn Whitehead.
UK 2017. 105 mins.

Brilliant high court judge Fiona Maye (Thompson) finds herself with a life-changing decision to make. Does she convince young Jehovah’s Witness Adam (Dunkirk’s Whitehead), who has leukaemia, to accept a life-saving blood transfusion or does she bow to the wishes of the family? What is it the boy truly wants? With her private life in disarray, Adam’s case becomes Fiona’s focus. She takes sensational and unusual measures to stop court proceedings, and visits the boy in hospital before making the life-and-death decision. Adapted from the bestselling novel by Ian McEwan, with Richard Eyre (Notes On A Scandal, King Lear) in the director’s chair, The Children Act sees Thompson deliver one of the most poignant and stellar performances of her career. Contains infrequent strong language.


Show times:
21st September - 8:15pm
22nd September - 8:15pm
Director: Antoine Fuqua.
Starring: Denzel Washington,  Pedro Pascal, Ashton Sanders.
USA 2018. 121 mins.

Denzel Washington reprises one of his signature roles in the first sequel of his career in this turbulent, action-driven film. Robert McCall (Washington) unflinchingly metes out justice for the exploited and oppressed but after thugs kill his best friend and former colleague, a vengeful McCall returns to his old ways.


Show times:
18th September - 7:15pm
Director: Xavier Beauvois.
Starring: Nathalie Baye, Iris Bry, Laura Smet, Cyril Descours, Gilbert Bonneau, Olivier Rabourdin, Nicolas Giraud, Mathilde Viseux, Yann Bean.
Switzerland/France 2017. 135 mins. French with English subtitles.

Xavier Beauvois’ latest is a powerful drama about love, loss and resilience set against the backdrop of the Great War. On the Paridier farm in 1915, Hortense and her daughter take over when the men leave to fight. They work tirelessly; their men’s visits on leave are rare. When harvest time comes, Hortense hires a young girl, an orphan and ward of the state, to help. The three women are a happy and productive team but a family melodrama is not far off.


Show times:
16th September - 7:15pm
20th September - 8:15pm
Director: Keith English.
Starring: Sheridan Smith, Ella Hunt, Jo Brand, Mark Addy,  Sally Phillips, Sheila Hancock, Tom Davis, Ricky Tomlinson.
UK 2018. 99 mins.

Set in the 1980s, the heart of the story is the relationship between a mother, her daughter and the music of Morrissey and The Smiths. Gina is a young mother attempting to play the role of homemaker providing a stable and loving home to husband Keith and daughter Alice. However, Gina develops ‘De Clerambault Syndrome’ in which she imagines grand passions on behalf of others and reads secret meanings into ordinary conversations. A heart-warming universal comedy that focuses on the life of an unusual family in rural England; addressing mental health issues and their impact on the family – in a frank, sometimes stark, but equally funny and affirming way.