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Nigel Watson reviews Bait, showing in our cinema until Wednesday 2 October. All screenings of Bait are currently sold out but because it is so popular we may programme extra screenings in the first week of November. Our November-December programme will be available online from 17th … Continue Reading
Helen Tope reviews Mrs Lowry and Son, showing in our cinema until Thursday 3 October.
Filmed with a lightness of touch, Mrs Lowry and Son is a delicate portrait of a complex and deeply troubled relationship. LS Lowry, whose works include Going to the March and Coming from … Continue Reading
Our Open Air Cinema programme for 2019 is over, but we’re thrilled to be able to share these sunset photos that our Projectionist Sam Lyne took at our Tinside Lido screenings. A video of one of the events made by David Ammoun is below.
View 2019’s … Continue Reading
Alice O’Hare’s first contribution to our blog is a review of Captain Marvel, which will be screened at Royal William Yard on Thursday 12 September as part of our Open Air Cinema season.
Combining glossy and slick … Continue Reading
Nigel Watson reviews Yesterday, showing in our cinema until Wednesday 31 July.
Yesterday is a joyful celebration of The Beatles music without The Beatles. This is all because solar flares cause a worldwide power cut that mysteriously changes history, and as a consequence … Continue Reading
Helen Tope reviews Tucked, showing in our cinema until Wednesday 31 July.
Set in Brighton, Tucked tells the story of an unlikely friendship. Jackie is a 74-year-old drag queen, the star turn at a local club. His set features jokes – the ruder the better – and … Continue Reading