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We often say that our programme is packed… well we found some extra room in our bag of indie film goodies to fit in even more exciting events in November-December!
We’re delighted to welcome the French Film Festival UK again this year for a selection of some of the finest new French cinema, with 3 one-off screenings, including a preview of critically-acclaimed Portrait of a Lady on Fire before its UK release in 2020. Festival pass £15.
We’re thrilled to host our first live music event in our new venue! On Saturday 23 November, Cornish band Wurlitza will be playing a live score to a screening of Anthony Asquith’s rarely seen silent classic, A Cottage on Dartmoor.
We’ll celebrate the Christmas season with Christmas classic It’s a Wonderful Life and a selection of this year’s BFI musicals season: Singin’ in the Rain, The Wizard of Oz and Meet Me in Saint Louis. This is also our way of paying tribute to Judy Garland, with the release of biopic Judy.
There are many more events in this programme, have a look at the full list below. And remember to check our guide and offers page on the website for ticket deals.
Portrait of a Lady on Fire - French Film Festival
Full list of November-December films and events (click on the film title to go to the event page):
Dates for your diary:
Tickets for the November-December programme go on general sale on Wednesday 23 October, with priority booking for PAC Friends from Thursday 17 October.
Full listings will be available online from Thursday 17 October, and our paper guide will start circulating on Wednesday 23 October.
Christmas opening hours (cinema, box office and bar):
Saturday 21 December: open from 1pm to 7.30pm (no late screening on that day)
Sunday 22 to Thursday 26 December: CLOSED
Friday 27 December: open from 1pm to 8.30pm (extra matinee screening)
Saturday 28 December: open from 1pm to 8pm
Sunday 29 December to Wednesday 1 January: CLOSED
Back to our usual opening hours on Thursday 2 January
Sorry We Missed You