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Deep in the remote mountains of somewhere that might be South America, a ragtag band of barely adolescent soldiers belonging to a shadowy guerrilla organisation are occupying a derelict ruin, guarding Doctora, an American engineer, hostage.
Jennifer Kent's follow-up to her smash hit The Babadook is an urgent period thriller, winner of the Special Jury Prize at Venice. Set at the turn of the 19th century, Clare is an indentured convict held by British lieutenant Hawkins.
There was little to hint at Letizia Battaglia’s skill as a crime-scene photographer. In her 40s, stuck in a stuffy bourgeois household and battling with depression, she took a job as a photographer for a Palermo-based newspaper. Planning to documen...
Cynthia Erivo stars in this extraordinary biopic of Harriet Tubman, charting her escape from slavery and transformation into one of America’s greatest heroes, whose courage, ingenuity and tenacity freed hundreds of slaves and changed the course of ...
Travelling from the streets of Buenos Aires to the hallowed halls of the Vatican, Jorge Bergoglio has become disillusioned with the direction of the Catholic Church, even though he’s a contender for the top job. So when it’s Joseph Ratzinger who ...
Murder mystery novelist Harlan Thrombey is a veritable one-man crime-fiction industry and his adult children have been living off him for years. When he turns up dead, the apparent victim of a murder, it seems that no-one has a motive for killing the...
This beloved musical is renowned for the debut of many standards by Judy Garland including The Trolley Song, The Boy Next Door, and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. Part of our Musicals Season for Christmas.
Take a risk on a new independent film for only £4 per ticket. Early booking advised.
The Report, 8 Jan, 8.30pm
Greener Grass, 12 Feb, 6pm
Get tickets for any 3 Programmer's Pick films for £5 each.
Monos, Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blache, The Lighthouse, Parasite
Get tickets for 3 F-Rated films for £7 each.
Harriet, Shooting the Mafia, The Nightingale, Honey Boy, Little Women, Greener Grass, Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blache
Tickets must be purchased under one transaction and the best discount will be automatically applied.
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