Thu 30 Jun

The Fugitive Kind 12A

Celebrating Anna Magnani
Tennessee Williams’ tense and heated drama set in the American South, centres on the sexual relationship between Marlon Brando as the… Read More
USA, 1960 , Sidney Lumet, 119m.

All My Friends Hate Me 15

With a razor-sharp script by Tom Stourton and Tom Palmer, All My Friends Hate Me gives us an hilarious comedy about… Read More
UK, 2021 , Andrew Gaynord, 93m.

Everything Went Fine 15

A daughter is forced to come to terms with her father when he makes a devastating final wish, in François Ozon’s… Read More
France, 2021 , François Ozon, 110m.

Mamma Roma 15

Celebrating Anna Magnani
Pier Pasolini wrote and directed this melodrama for Anna Magnani who, as Mamma Roma, plays a former prostitute struggling to lead… Read More
Italy, 1962 , Pier Paolo Pasolini, 106m.

Fri 1 Jul

All My Friends Hate Me 15

With a razor-sharp script by Tom Stourton and Tom Palmer, All My Friends Hate Me gives us an hilarious comedy about… Read More
UK, 2021 , Andrew Gaynord, 93m.

The Blue Angel PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
The elderly professor's ordered life spins dangerously out of control when he falls for a nightclub singer. Immanuel Rath (Emil Jannings)… Read More
Germany, 1930 , Josef Von Sternberg, 108m.

The Worst Person in the World 15

*On Wednesday July 6th, we are holding a HOH subtitled screening* The latest from acclaimed filmmaker Joachim Trier (Oslo, August 31st,… Read More
Norway, 2022 , Joachim Trier, 128m.

It Couldn't Happen Here 15

Musical Fridays
Originally conceived as an hour-long video based on the Pet Shop Boys' 1987 album Actually, IT COULDN'T HAPPEN HERE turned into… Read More
UK, 1987 , Jack Bond, 86m.

Sat 2 Jul

Imitation of Life 12A

Members' Choice
Based on a survey of film critics, BBC Online (In 2015) named this film the 37th greatest American movie ever made.… Read More
USA, 1959 , Douglas Sirk, 125m.

Mamma Roma 15

Celebrating Anna Magnani
Pier Pasolini wrote and directed this melodrama for Anna Magnani who, as Mamma Roma, plays a former prostitute struggling to lead… Read More
Italy, 1962 , Pier Paolo Pasolini, 106m.

Witness for the Prosection U

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
Ailing barrister Sir Wilfrid Robarts (played by Charles Laughton) agrees to defend Leonard Vole, who’ll be tried at the Old Bailey… Read More
USA, 1957 , Billy Wilder, 116m.

All My Friends Hate Me 15

With a razor-sharp script by Tom Stourton and Tom Palmer, All My Friends Hate Me gives us an hilarious comedy about… Read More
UK, 2021 , Andrew Gaynord, 93m.

The Quiet Girl U

Colm Bairéad’s beautifully understated feature debut finds a young girl coming to terms with loss and the importance of family in… Read More
Ireland, 2021 , Colm Bairéad, 94m.

It Couldn't Happen Here 15

Musical Fridays
Originally conceived as an hour-long video based on the Pet Shop Boys' 1987 album Actually, IT COULDN'T HAPPEN HERE turned into… Read More
UK, 1987 , Jack Bond, 86m.

Sun 3 Jul

The Quiet Girl U

Colm Bairéad’s beautifully understated feature debut finds a young girl coming to terms with loss and the importance of family in… Read More
Ireland, 2021 , Colm Bairéad, 94m.

Destry Rides Again PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich as the cynical saloon bar proprietor and James Stewart as the sheriff raise this classic western to a new… Read More
USA, 1939 , George Marshall, 95m.

The Maltese Falcon PG

Celebrating Film Noir
This 1941 film version of Dashiell Hammett’s ‘Sam Spade’ novel laid down the blueprint for subsequent Hollywood films noir. It also… Read More
USA, 1941 , John Huston, 101m.

Rome, Open City 12A

Celebrating Anna Magnani
On 14th August 1943, Rome was declared an ‘open city’ after being liberated by Allied troops. Rosselini’s film shows the struggle… Read More
Italy, 1945 , Roberto Rossellini, 103m.

All My Friends Hate Me 15

With a razor-sharp script by Tom Stourton and Tom Palmer, All My Friends Hate Me gives us an hilarious comedy about… Read More
UK, 2021 , Andrew Gaynord, 93m.

The Blue Angel PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
The elderly professor's ordered life spins dangerously out of control when he falls for a nightclub singer. Immanuel Rath (Emil Jannings)… Read More
Germany, 1930 , Josef Von Sternberg, 108m.

Mon 4 Jul

The Worst Person in the World 15

*On Wednesday July 6th, we are holding a HOH subtitled screening* The latest from acclaimed filmmaker Joachim Trier (Oslo, August 31st,… Read More
Norway, 2022 , Joachim Trier, 128m.

Rome, Open City 12A

Celebrating Anna Magnani
On 14th August 1943, Rome was declared an ‘open city’ after being liberated by Allied troops. Rosselini’s film shows the struggle… Read More
Italy, 1945 , Roberto Rossellini, 103m.

All My Friends Hate Me 15

With a razor-sharp script by Tom Stourton and Tom Palmer, All My Friends Hate Me gives us an hilarious comedy about… Read More
UK, 2021 , Andrew Gaynord, 93m.

Tue 5 Jul

The Cinematologists Present Cape Fear (Live Podcast) 15

On Tuesday, July 5th the internationally renowned Cinematologists Podcast will be recording a live episode at The Garden Cinema. Hosted by… Read More
USA, 1962 , J. Lee Thompson, 166m.

Mamma Roma 15

Celebrating Anna Magnani
Pier Pasolini wrote and directed this melodrama for Anna Magnani who, as Mamma Roma, plays a former prostitute struggling to lead… Read More
Italy, 1962 , Pier Paolo Pasolini, 106m.

Opening Night 15

Members' Choice
In the midst of rehearsals for her latest Broadway play, famous but troubled actor Myrtle Gordon witnesses the sudden death of… Read More
USA, 1977 , John Cassavetes, 144m.

Wed 6 Jul

The Worst Person In The World - HOH subtitled screening 15

The latest from acclaimed filmmaker Joachim Trier (Oslo, August 31st, Louder Than Bombs), THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD is a… Read More
128m.

Witness for the Prosection U

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
Ailing barrister Sir Wilfrid Robarts (played by Charles Laughton) agrees to defend Leonard Vole, who’ll be tried at the Old Bailey… Read More
USA, 1957 , Billy Wilder, 116m.

Opening Night 15

Members' Choice
In the midst of rehearsals for her latest Broadway play, famous but troubled actor Myrtle Gordon witnesses the sudden death of… Read More
USA, 1977 , John Cassavetes, 144m.

Destry Rides Again PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich as the cynical saloon bar proprietor and James Stewart as the sheriff raise this classic western to a new… Read More
USA, 1939 , George Marshall, 95m.

Double Indemnity PG

Celebrating Film Noir
Double Indemnity is often regarded as the best of the Hollywood noirs, a credit to Billy Wilder as director and script-writer.… Read More
USA, 1944 , Billy Wilder, 108m.

Thu 7 Jul

The Quiet Girl U

Colm Bairéad’s beautifully understated feature debut finds a young girl coming to terms with loss and the importance of family in… Read More
Ireland, 2021 , Colm Bairéad, 94m.

Ithaka preview + Q&A 12A

Join us for a Q&A with John Shipton and producer Gabriel Shipton - Julian Assange's father and brother. At 76, John… Read More
106m.

Fri 8 Jul

Witness for the Prosection U

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
Ailing barrister Sir Wilfrid Robarts (played by Charles Laughton) agrees to defend Leonard Vole, who’ll be tried at the Old Bailey… Read More
USA, 1957 , Billy Wilder, 116m.

Sat 9 Jul

The Rose Tattoo U

Celebrating Anna Magnani
One of Anna Magnani’s greatest screen performances – in a role that her friend Tennessee Williams wrote for her and for… Read More
USA, 1955 , Daniel Mann, 116m.

The First Girl I Loved 12A

Making Waves - Navigators of Hong Kong Cinema
Nam and Yuet have been best friends since their school days. On the night before Yuet’s wedding, Nam recalls their time… Read More
Hong Kong, 2021 , Candy Ng Wing-shan, Yeung Chiu-hoi, 93m.

Angel U

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
As much as any film made during the 1930s under Hollywood’s puritanical Production Code, Angel dares to challenge the conventions of… Read More
USA, 1937 , Ernst Lubitsch, 87m.

Tales from the Occult Rating TBC

Making Waves - Navigators of Hong Kong Cinema
UK PREMIERE An old school anthology consisting of three short films, Tales from the Occult is the first in a new omnibus series… Read More
Hong Kong, 2022 , Fruit Chan, Fung Chih Chiang, Wesley Hoi Ip Sang, 111m.

Double Indemnity PG

Celebrating Film Noir
Double Indemnity is often regarded as the best of the Hollywood noirs, a credit to Billy Wilder as director and script-writer.… Read More
USA, 1944 , Billy Wilder, 108m.

Sun 10 Jul

Hand Rolled Cigarette 15

Making Waves - Navigators of Hong Kong Cinema
First-time writer director Chan Kin-long makes his debut with neo-noir Hand Rolled Cigarette, one of the most acclaimed films from Hong… Read More
Hong Kong, 2020 , Chan Kin-long, 100m.

Breakout Brothers Rating TBC

Making Waves - Navigators of Hong Kong Cinema
UK PREMIERE Wildly entertaining and cleverly plotted, Breakout Brothers is a stylish prison caper thriller in the classic Hong Kong style, and… Read More
Hong Kong, 2021 , Mak Ho-pong, 90m.

July Rhapsody (with introduction) PG

Making Waves - Navigators of Hong Kong Cinema
UK PREMIERE OF NEWLY RESTORED VERSION Introduced by noted East Asian film programmer, critic and filmmaker Tony Rayns. Widely regarded as… Read More
Hong Kong, 2002 , Ann Hui, 103m.

The Blue Angel PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
The elderly professor's ordered life spins dangerously out of control when he falls for a nightclub singer. Immanuel Rath (Emil Jannings)… Read More
Germany, 1930 , Josef Von Sternberg, 108m.

Mon 11 Jul

Touch of Evil 12A

Celebrating Film Noir
A lurid tale of corruption played out in the strip joints and motel rooms of a sleazy Mexican border town, with… Read More
USA, 1958 , Orson Welles, 95m.

Angel U

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
As much as any film made during the 1930s under Hollywood’s puritanical Production Code, Angel dares to challenge the conventions of… Read More
USA, 1937 , Ernst Lubitsch, 87m.

Tue 12 Jul

The Blue Angel PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
The elderly professor's ordered life spins dangerously out of control when he falls for a nightclub singer. Immanuel Rath (Emil Jannings)… Read More
Germany, 1930 , Josef Von Sternberg, 108m.

Mamma Roma 15

Celebrating Anna Magnani
Pier Pasolini wrote and directed this melodrama for Anna Magnani who, as Mamma Roma, plays a former prostitute struggling to lead… Read More
Italy, 1962 , Pier Paolo Pasolini, 106m.

Wed 13 Jul

Angel U

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
As much as any film made during the 1930s under Hollywood’s puritanical Production Code, Angel dares to challenge the conventions of… Read More
USA, 1937 , Ernst Lubitsch, 87m.

Rome, Open City 12A

Celebrating Anna Magnani
On 14th August 1943, Rome was declared an ‘open city’ after being liberated by Allied troops. Rosselini’s film shows the struggle… Read More
Italy, 1945 , Roberto Rossellini, 103m.

Witness for the Prosection U

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
Ailing barrister Sir Wilfrid Robarts (played by Charles Laughton) agrees to defend Leonard Vole, who’ll be tried at the Old Bailey… Read More
USA, 1957 , Billy Wilder, 116m.

Thu 14 Jul

Destry Rides Again PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich as the cynical saloon bar proprietor and James Stewart as the sheriff raise this classic western to a new… Read More
USA, 1939 , George Marshall, 95m.

Opening Night 15

Members' Choice
In the midst of rehearsals for her latest Broadway play, famous but troubled actor Myrtle Gordon witnesses the sudden death of… Read More
USA, 1977 , John Cassavetes, 144m.

Fri 15 Jul

Port of Shadows PG

Celebrating Film Noir
A wonderfully atmospheric film about army deserter Jean (Jean Gabin), who arrives in Le Havre seeking a ship to take him… Read More
France, 1938 , Marcel Carné, 91m.

Hello, Dolly! U

Musical Fridays
Dolly Levi is a strong-willed matchmaker who travels to Yonkers, New York in order to see the miserly “well-known unmarried half-a-millionaire”… Read More
USA, 1969 , Gene Kelly, 148m.

Sat 16 Jul

Hôtel du Nord PG

Celebrating Film Noir
Anguished young lovers, fallen women, wanted criminals – all these are found in the Hôtel du Nord, a seedy boarding-house on… Read More
France, 1938 , Marcel Carné, 95m.

Sun 17 Jul

The Blue Angel PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
The elderly professor's ordered life spins dangerously out of control when he falls for a nightclub singer. Immanuel Rath (Emil Jannings)… Read More
Germany, 1930 , Josef Von Sternberg, 108m.

Angel U

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
As much as any film made during the 1930s under Hollywood’s puritanical Production Code, Angel dares to challenge the conventions of… Read More
USA, 1937 , Ernst Lubitsch, 87m.

La Bête Humaine PG

Celebrating Film Noir
Based on the classic Émile Zola novel, Jean Renoir's La Bête Humaine was one of the legendary director's greatest popular successes—and… Read More
France, 1938 , Jean Renoir, 96m.

Mon 18 Jul

The Wages of Fear 12A

Celebrating Film Noir
In a squalid South American oil town, four desperate men sign on for a suicide mission to drive trucks loaded with… Read More
France, 1953 , Henri-Georges Clouzot, 147m.

Angel U

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
As much as any film made during the 1930s under Hollywood’s puritanical Production Code, Angel dares to challenge the conventions of… Read More
USA, 1937 , Ernst Lubitsch, 87m.

Tue 19 Jul

Les Diaboliques 12A

Celebrating Film Noir
Before Psycho, Peeping Tom, and Repulsion, there was Les Diaboliques, a film which shocked audiences in Europe and the U.S. It… Read More
France, 1955 , Henri-Georges Clouzot, 117m.

Wed 20 Jul

Lift to the Scaffold PG

Celebrating Film Noir
For his feature debut, twenty-four-year-old Louis Malle brought together a mesmerizing performance by Jeanne Moreau, evocative cinematography by Henri Decaë, and… Read More
France, 1958 , Louis Malle, 88m.

Thu 21 Jul

Les Diaboliques 12A

Celebrating Film Noir
Before Psycho, Peeping Tom, and Repulsion, there was Les Diaboliques, a film which shocked audiences in Europe and the U.S. It… Read More
France, 1955 , Henri-Georges Clouzot, 117m.

The Blue Angel PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
The elderly professor's ordered life spins dangerously out of control when he falls for a nightclub singer. Immanuel Rath (Emil Jannings)… Read More
Germany, 1930 , Josef Von Sternberg, 108m.

Fri 22 Jul

The Good Boss 15

A Spanish company producing industrial scales is about to be visited by a committee which will decide whether it merits a… Read More
120m.

Lift to the Scaffold PG

Celebrating Film Noir
For his feature debut, twenty-four-year-old Louis Malle brought together a mesmerizing performance by Jeanne Moreau, evocative cinematography by Henri Decaë, and… Read More
France, 1958 , Louis Malle, 88m.

In the Heights PG

Musical Fridays
Dreaming of saving up enough money to return to his island and restore his late father's business in the Dominican Republic,… Read More
USA, 2021 , Jon M. Chu, 143m.

Sat 23 Jul

The Wages of Fear 12A

Celebrating Film Noir
In a squalid South American oil town, four desperate men sign on for a suicide mission to drive trucks loaded with… Read More
France, 1953 , Henri-Georges Clouzot, 147m.

The Good Boss 15

A Spanish company producing industrial scales is about to be visited by a committee which will decide whether it merits a… Read More
120m.

Angel U

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
As much as any film made during the 1930s under Hollywood’s puritanical Production Code, Angel dares to challenge the conventions of… Read More
USA, 1937 , Ernst Lubitsch, 87m.

Sun 24 Jul

Bambi U

Family Film Sundays
The forest comes alive with Bambi, the critically acclaimed coming-of-age story that has thrilled and entertained generations of fans. This grand… Read More
USA, 1942 , David Hand, 70m.

Les Diaboliques 12A

Celebrating Film Noir
Before Psycho, Peeping Tom, and Repulsion, there was Les Diaboliques, a film which shocked audiences in Europe and the U.S. It… Read More
France, 1955 , Henri-Georges Clouzot, 117m.

The Good Boss 15

A Spanish company producing industrial scales is about to be visited by a committee which will decide whether it merits a… Read More
120m.

Mon 25 Jul

Destry Rides Again PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich as the cynical saloon bar proprietor and James Stewart as the sheriff raise this classic western to a new… Read More
USA, 1939 , George Marshall, 95m.

The Good Boss 15

A Spanish company producing industrial scales is about to be visited by a committee which will decide whether it merits a… Read More
120m.

Port of Shadows PG

Celebrating Film Noir
A wonderfully atmospheric film about army deserter Jean (Jean Gabin), who arrives in Le Havre seeking a ship to take him… Read More
France, 1938 , Marcel Carné, 91m.

Tue 26 Jul

The Good Boss 15

A Spanish company producing industrial scales is about to be visited by a committee which will decide whether it merits a… Read More
120m.

La Bête Humaine PG

Celebrating Film Noir
Based on the classic Émile Zola novel, Jean Renoir's La Bête Humaine was one of the legendary director's greatest popular successes—and… Read More
France, 1938 , Jean Renoir, 96m.

Wed 27 Jul

The Blue Angel PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
The elderly professor's ordered life spins dangerously out of control when he falls for a nightclub singer. Immanuel Rath (Emil Jannings)… Read More
Germany, 1930 , Josef Von Sternberg, 108m.

The Good Boss 15

A Spanish company producing industrial scales is about to be visited by a committee which will decide whether it merits a… Read More
120m.

Les Diaboliques 12A

Celebrating Film Noir
Before Psycho, Peeping Tom, and Repulsion, there was Les Diaboliques, a film which shocked audiences in Europe and the U.S. It… Read More
France, 1955 , Henri-Georges Clouzot, 117m.

The People's Film Club 5th Birthday: Pride 15

It’s The People's Film Club's fifth birthday - and we are celebrating the only way we know how, screening the iconic… Read More
United Kingdom, France, 2014 , Matthew Warchus, 115m.

Thu 28 Jul

The Blue Angel PG

Celebrating Marlene Dietrich
The elderly professor's ordered life spins dangerously out of control when he falls for a nightclub singer. Immanuel Rath (Emil Jannings)… Read More
Germany, 1930 , Josef Von Sternberg, 108m.

The Good Boss 15

A Spanish company producing industrial scales is about to be visited by a committee which will decide whether it merits a… Read More
120m.

Hôtel du Nord PG

Celebrating Film Noir
Anguished young lovers, fallen women, wanted criminals – all these are found in the Hôtel du Nord, a seedy boarding-house on… Read More
France, 1938 , Marcel Carné, 95m.

Fri 29 Jul

Sweet Charity PG

Musical Fridays
Shirley MacLaine stars as unlucky-in-love taxi dancer Charity Hope Valentine in Bob Fosse’s joyous adaptation of the hit Broadway musical. Sweet… Read More
USA, 1969 , Bob Fosse, 149m.

Sun 31 Jul

Monsieur Hulot's Holiday U

Family Film Sundays
Monsieur Hulot, Jacques Tati’s endearing clown, takes a holiday at a seaside resort, where his presence provokes one catastrophe after another.… Read More
France, 1953 , Jacques Tati, 83m.

Fri 5 Aug

Monterey Pop PG

Musical Fridays
On a beautiful June weekend in 1967, at the beginning of the Summer of Love, the Monterey International Pop Festival roared… Read More
USA, 1968 , D.A. Pennebaker, 78m.

Sun 7 Aug

The King and the Mockingbird (eng sub) U

Family Film Sundays
This egg took a while to hatch: imagined as France’s first animated feature at the end of the 1940s by Grimault… Read More
France, 1980 , Paul Grimault, 83m.

Fri 12 Aug

Summer of Soul 12A

Musical Fridays
Footage of the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, long forgotten, was discovered and put together with new interviews by the director ‘Questlove’… Read More
USA, 2021 , Questlove, 118m.

Sat 13 Aug

Time Bandits PG

Family Film Sundays
THEY DIDN’T MAKE HISTORY, THEY STOLE IT! The film that established Terry Gilliam as more than just Monty Python’s resident animator,… Read More
UK, 1981 , Terry Gilliam, 116m.

Fri 19 Aug

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg PG

Musical Fridays
An angelically beautiful Catherine Deneuve was launched to stardom by this dazzling musical heart-tugger from Jacques Demy. She plays an umbrella-shop… Read More
France, 1964 , Jacques Demy, 92m.

Sun 21 Aug

When Marnie Was There (eng subs) U

Family Film Sundays
A modern classic from Studio Ghibli. Upon being sent to live with relatives in the countryside due to an illness, an… Read More
Japan, 2014 , Hiromasa Yonebayashi, 103m.

Sun 28 Aug

The Wizard of Oz U

Family Film Sundays
Judy Garland stars in the timeless family favourite, The Wizard of Oz, screening in glorious Technicolor. Dorothy (Garland) dreams of a… Read More
USA, 1939 , Victor Fleming, 102m.

Fri 2 Sep

The Last Waltz U

Musical Fridays
More than just one of the greatest concert films ever made, The Last Waltz is an at once ecstatic and elegiac… Read More
USA, 1978 , Martin Scorsese, 117m.

Sun 4 Sep

The Red Turtle PG

Family Film Sundays
This dialogue-less film follows the major life stages of a castaway on a deserted tropical island populated by turtles, crabs and… Read More
Belgium, France, Japan, 2016 , Michaël Dudok de Wit, 81m.

Sun 11 Sep

The Princess Bride PG

Family Film Sundays
'The Princess Bride'is one of the most beloved films of all time, and has enchanted young and old alike for over… Read More
USA, 1987 , Rob Reiner , 98m.
All My Friends Hate Me 15

Thu 30 Jun

18:15

Fri 01 Jul

18:00

Sat 02 Jul

19:00

Sun 03 Jul

19:05

Mon 04 Jul

20:30
Angel U

Sat 09 Jul

18:00

Mon 11 Jul

20:00

Wed 13 Jul

15:00

Sun 17 Jul

17:00

Mon 18 Jul

20:00

Sat 23 Jul

20:45
The Blue Angel PG

Fri 01 Jul

18:30

Sun 03 Jul

19:10

Sun 10 Jul

19:00

Tue 12 Jul

15:00

Sun 17 Jul

13:00

Thu 21 Jul

20:25

Wed 27 Jul

15:05

Thu 28 Jul

18:00
Destry Rides Again PG

Sun 03 Jul

13:00

Wed 06 Jul

18:00

Thu 14 Jul

18:00

Mon 25 Jul

18:15
The Good Boss 15

Fri 22 Jul

18:0020:25

Sat 23 Jul

15:3018:00

Sun 24 Jul

13:0019:00

Mon 25 Jul

17:3020:00

Tue 26 Jul

15:3020:10

Wed 27 Jul

15:0017:30

Thu 28 Jul

17:5020:15
Les Diaboliques 12A

Tue 19 Jul

15:50

Thu 21 Jul

18:00

Sun 24 Jul

15:45

Wed 27 Jul

18:00
Mamma Roma 15

Thu 30 Jun

20:30

Sat 02 Jul

15:00

Tue 05 Jul

18:00

Tue 12 Jul

20:00
Opening Night 15

Tue 05 Jul

20:15

Wed 06 Jul

17:30

Thu 14 Jul

20:00
The Quiet Girl U

Sat 02 Jul

20:15

Sun 03 Jul

13:00

Thu 07 Jul

19:55
Rome, Open City 12A

Sun 03 Jul

17:00

Mon 04 Jul

18:00

Wed 13 Jul

18:00
Witness for the Prosection U

Sat 02 Jul

17:55

Wed 06 Jul

15:15

Fri 08 Jul

18:00

Wed 13 Jul

20:15
Fri 25 Mar — Fri 09 May 2025

Films suggested by our members.

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Fri 01 Apr — Fri 26 Aug 2022

Let down your hair and tap your toes to the rhythm of our regular Friday evening musical revue of musical extravenganzas from around the world, classic concert films, and the best of the West End and Broadway.

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Fri 15 Apr — Sat 01 Apr 2023

A season of original films which were better than their remakes.

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Fri 20 May — Tue 25 Apr 2023

Live stand up comedy meets cinema with the launch of this brand new format. UK’s hottest comic minds select and introduce their favourite comedy classics!

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Sat 28 May — Sat 31 Dec 2022

The Garden Cinema presents an ongoing exploration of Film Noir from across the world.

June/July 2022: Classic Hollywood Noir

July/August 2022: French Film Noir

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Sat 02 Jul — Sat 31 Dec 2022

The Garden Cinema looks back at the extraordinary Marlene Dietrich, alluring for both her beauty and her remarkable self-assurance on screen. She made such an impression in 1930 as the seductive cabaret singer in The Blue Angel that she was immediately brought to Hollywood by her svengali director, Josef von Sternberg.  And when she donned a man’s tailcoat and trousers in another von Sternberg film of the same year, Morocco, she became a cinematic icon.

This season shows how she developed as an actress from the early films with von Sternberg, to her more playful roles with director George Marshall and her cold-hearted role as Christine in Billy Wilder’s 1957 Witness for the Prosecution. Join us in celebrating Marlene Dietrich – a star unlike any other.

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Sat 09 Jul — Sun 10 Jul 2022

Making Waves – Navigators of Hong Kong Cinema brings an exciting selection of new films and restored classics to Garden Cinema 9-10 July. This celebration of Hong Kong cinema is presented by Create Hong Kong in partnership with Focus Hong Kong, and is supported by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London, with a programme of five films including UK Premieres and special screenings across a diverse range of genres.

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Sun 24 Jul — Sat 31 Dec 2022

Join us every Sunday for some of our favourite family classics. For cinema lovers of all ages.

All tickets are £5.

Have a childhood favourite you’d like screened at The Garden Cinema? Get in touch with us through the film request platform in your membership account.

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Fri 03 Jun — Thu 30 Jun 2022

In collaboration with CinemaItaliaUK, we are screening some of the very best Anna Magani films, with guest introductions and post-show discussions.

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