Tue 17 May

The Defiant Ones U

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Nominated for nine Academy Awards including Best Picture, Stanley Kramer’s The Defiant Ones broke new ground by delivering its message of… Read More
USA, 1958 , Stanley Kramer, 96m.

Blackboard Jungle 12A

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Sydney Poitier is one of the rebellious pupils at a mixed inner-city school who collectively confront their new teacher (Glen Ford)… Read More
USA, 1955 , Richard Brooks, 101m.

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner PG

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Opportunities for black actors was improving at the end of the 1950s, and Sidney Poitier was the first black leading man… Read More
USA, 1967 , Stanley Kramer, 108m.

Drive My Car 15

Two years after his wife’s unexpected death, Yusuke Kafuku (Hidetoshi Nishijima), a renowned stage actor and director, receives an offer to… Read More
Japan, 2021 , Ryusuke Hamaguchi, 179m.

Cry, The Beloved Country PG

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Based on Alan Paton’s novel, this powerful film focuses on the heart-wrenching struggles to survive in a society viciously divided by… Read More
USA, 1951 , Zoltán Korda, 103m.

Wed 18 May

Cabaret (50th Anniversary) 15

Part of Musical Fridays
Inside the Kit Kat Club of 1931 Berlin, starry-eyed singer Sally Bowles and an impish emcee sound the clarion call to… Read More
USA, 1972 , Bob Fosse, 124m.

To Sir, With Love 12A

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Sidney Poitier is the novice teacher in a tough working-class school in East London.  He faces a class of undisciplined and… Read More
UK, 1967 , James Clavell, 107m.

The Night of the Hunter 12A

Part of Members' Choice
Our free members' screening of THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER takes place on 7/6/22. Regular pricing applies to all other shows.… Read More
USA, 1955 , Charles Laughton, 92m.

In the Heat of the Night 12A

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Set in the racist South (Sparta in Mississippi), Sidney Poitier, a police officer from the North, investigates a murder case in… Read More
USA, 1967 , Norman Jewison, 110m.

Cry, The Beloved Country PG

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Based on Alan Paton’s novel, this powerful film focuses on the heart-wrenching struggles to survive in a society viciously divided by… Read More
USA, 1951 , Zoltán Korda, 103m.

Thu 19 May

Drive My Car 15

Two years after his wife’s unexpected death, Yusuke Kafuku (Hidetoshi Nishijima), a renowned stage actor and director, receives an offer to… Read More
Japan, 2021 , Ryusuke Hamaguchi, 179m.

L’Atalante PG

Part of The Golden Age of French Cinema
In Jean Vigo’s hands, an unassuming tale of conjugal love becomes an achingly romantic reverie of desire and hope. Jean (Jean… Read More
France, 1934 , Jean Vigo, 89m.

Blackboard Jungle 12A

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Sydney Poitier is one of the rebellious pupils at a mixed inner-city school who collectively confront their new teacher (Glen Ford)… Read More
USA, 1955 , Richard Brooks, 101m.

Cabaret (50th Anniversary) 15

Part of Musical Fridays
Inside the Kit Kat Club of 1931 Berlin, starry-eyed singer Sally Bowles and an impish emcee sound the clarion call to… Read More
USA, 1972 , Bob Fosse, 124m.

Fri 20 May

Blackboard Jungle 12A

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Sydney Poitier is one of the rebellious pupils at a mixed inner-city school who collectively confront their new teacher (Glen Ford)… Read More
USA, 1955 , Richard Brooks, 101m.

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.

Young Frankenstein PG

Part of Funny on Film
Live stand up comedy meets cinema with the launch of this brand new format. UK's hottest comic minds select and introduce… Read More
USA, 1974 , Mel Brooks, 106m.

On the Town U

Part of Musical Fridays
A Musical Fridays and Members Choice crossover! Proposed by Aamar Butt as a rarely screened forerunner to Gene Kelly's more widely… Read More
USA, 1949 , Gene Kelly & Stanley Donen, 98m.

Sat 21 May

The Worst Person in the World 15

The latest from acclaimed filmmaker Joachim Trier (Oslo, August 31st, Louder Than Bombs), THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD is a… Read More
Norway, 2022 , Joachim Trier, 128m.

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.

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner PG

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Opportunities for black actors was improving at the end of the 1950s, and Sidney Poitier was the first black leading man… Read More
USA, 1967 , Stanley Kramer, 108m.

Sun 22 May

Les Enfants du Paradis PG

Part of The Golden Age of French Cinema
Given an extraordinary endorsement by the famous film critic, Roger Ebert, in 2002: “Few achievements in the world of cinema can… Read More
France, 1945 , Marcel Carné, 190m.

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.

Cry, The Beloved Country PG

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Based on Alan Paton’s novel, this powerful film focuses on the heart-wrenching struggles to survive in a society viciously divided by… Read More
USA, 1951 , Zoltán Korda, 103m.

Hands on a Hard Body PG

Part of Celebrating the Originals
In S.R. Bindler’s 1997 cult classic, two dozen small-town Texans compete for a brand-new “Hardbody” pickup truck at a local car… Read More
USA, 1997 , S.R. Bindler, 96m.

All That Jazz 15

Part of Musical Fridays
The preternaturally gifted director and choreographer Bob Fosse turned the camera on his own life for this madly imaginative, self-excoriating musical… Read More
USA, 1979 , Bob Fosse, 123m.

Mon 23 May

All That Jazz 15

Part of Musical Fridays
The preternaturally gifted director and choreographer Bob Fosse turned the camera on his own life for this madly imaginative, self-excoriating musical… Read More
USA, 1979 , Bob Fosse, 123m.

The Defiant Ones U

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Nominated for nine Academy Awards including Best Picture, Stanley Kramer’s The Defiant Ones broke new ground by delivering its message of… Read More
USA, 1958 , Stanley Kramer, 96m.

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.

To Sir, With Love 12A

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Sidney Poitier is the novice teacher in a tough working-class school in East London.  He faces a class of undisciplined and… Read More
UK, 1967 , James Clavell, 107m.

Tue 24 May

Hands on a Hard Body PG

Part of Celebrating the Originals
In S.R. Bindler’s 1997 cult classic, two dozen small-town Texans compete for a brand-new “Hardbody” pickup truck at a local car… Read More
USA, 1997 , S.R. Bindler, 96m.

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.

To Sir, With Love 12A

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Sidney Poitier is the novice teacher in a tough working-class school in East London.  He faces a class of undisciplined and… Read More
UK, 1967 , James Clavell, 107m.

The Worst Person in the World 15

The latest from acclaimed filmmaker Joachim Trier (Oslo, August 31st, Louder Than Bombs), THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD is a… Read More
Norway, 2022 , Joachim Trier, 128m.

Cry, The Beloved Country PG

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Based on Alan Paton’s novel, this powerful film focuses on the heart-wrenching struggles to survive in a society viciously divided by… Read More
USA, 1951 , Zoltán Korda, 103m.

Wed 25 May

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner PG

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Opportunities for black actors was improving at the end of the 1950s, and Sidney Poitier was the first black leading man… Read More
USA, 1967 , Stanley Kramer, 108m.

La Règle du jeu PG

Part of The Golden Age of French Cinema
Considered one of the greatest films ever made, The Rules of the Game (La règle du jeu), by Jean Renoir, is… Read More
France, 1939 , Jean Renoir, 106m.

The Defiant Ones U

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Nominated for nine Academy Awards including Best Picture, Stanley Kramer’s The Defiant Ones broke new ground by delivering its message of… Read More
USA, 1958 , Stanley Kramer, 96m.

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.

In the Heat of the Night 12A

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Set in the racist South (Sparta in Mississippi), Sidney Poitier, a police officer from the North, investigates a murder case in… Read More
USA, 1967 , Norman Jewison, 110m.

Thu 26 May

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.

Nightmare Alley PG

Part of Celebrating the Originals
The 1947 film of the novel, Nightmare Alley, is ten times more powerful, dramatic and memorable than the recent disappointing remake.… Read More
USA, 1947 , Edmund Goulding, 110m.

In the Heat of the Night 12A

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Set in the racist South (Sparta in Mississippi), Sidney Poitier, a police officer from the North, investigates a murder case in… Read More
USA, 1967 , Norman Jewison, 110m.

The Godfather 18

Part of Celebrating Marlon Brando
This digitally remastered film opens with Brando (the head of the Corleone mafia family in New York) hosting his daughter’s wedding… Read More
USA, 1972 , Francis Ford Coppola , 175m.

Blackboard Jungle 12A

Part of Celebrating Sidney Poitier
Sydney Poitier is one of the rebellious pupils at a mixed inner-city school who collectively confront their new teacher (Glen Ford)… Read More
USA, 1955 , Richard Brooks, 101m.

Fri 27 May

A Star Is Born (1954) U

Part of Musical Fridays
In a drunken stupor, Norman (James Mason), a popular actor, stumbles upon a newcomer, Esther (Judy Garland), as he watches her… Read More
USA, 1954 , George Cukor, 181m.

Tue 31 May

Black Pond + Book Launch 18

Jessica Sarah Rinland’s Black Pond is an odyssey across a common land in the South of England told through the hands… Read More
UK, 2018 , Sarah Jessica Rinland, 42m.

Fri 3 Jun

Rome, Open City 12A

Part of Celebrating Anna Magnani
This was Roberto Rossellini’s revelation, a harrowing drama about the Nazi occupation of Rome and the brave few who struggled against… Read More
Italy, 1945 , Roberto Rossellini, 103m.

American Utopia 12A

Part of Musical Fridays
‘Do we get stupider as we grow up?’ In his wildly popular Broadway show AMERICAN UTOPIA, David Byrne reflects on human… Read More
USA, 2020 , Spike Lee, 105m.

Sat 4 Jun

The Rose Tattoo U

Part of 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.

Sun 5 Jun

The Fugitive Kind 12A

Part of Celebrating Anna Magnani
Four Oscar-winning actors—Marlon Brando, Anna Magnani, Joanne Woodward, and Maureen Stapleton—shine in this enthralling film, which also brings together the legendary… Read More
USA, 1960 , Sidney Lumet, 119m.

Rome, Open City 12A

Part of Celebrating Anna Magnani
This was Roberto Rossellini’s revelation, a harrowing drama about the Nazi occupation of Rome and the brave few who struggled against… Read More
Italy, 1945 , Roberto Rossellini, 103m.

Mon 6 Jun

The Rose Tattoo U

Part of 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.

Tue 7 Jun

Rome, Open City 12A

Part of Celebrating Anna Magnani
This was Roberto Rossellini’s revelation, a harrowing drama about the Nazi occupation of Rome and the brave few who struggled against… Read More
Italy, 1945 , Roberto Rossellini, 103m.

The Rose Tattoo U

Part of 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 Night of the Hunter 12A

Part of Members' Choice
Our free members' screening of THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER takes place on 7/6/22. Regular pricing applies to all other shows.… Read More
USA, 1955 , Charles Laughton, 92m.

Thu 9 Jun

The Fugitive Kind 12A

Part of Celebrating Anna Magnani
Four Oscar-winning actors—Marlon Brando, Anna Magnani, Joanne Woodward, and Maureen Stapleton—shine in this enthralling film, which also brings together the legendary… Read More
USA, 1960 , Sidney Lumet, 119m.

Fri 10 Jun

All My Friends Hate Me 12A

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.

Purple Rain 15

Part of Musical Fridays
Winner of Grammy and Academy Awards for its pulsating score, PURPLE RAIN marks the electrifying movie debut of Prince as the… Read More
USA, 1984 , Albert Magnoli, 111m.

Sat 11 Jun

All My Friends Hate Me 12A

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.

Rome, Open City 12A

Part of Celebrating Anna Magnani
This was Roberto Rossellini’s revelation, a harrowing drama about the Nazi occupation of Rome and the brave few who struggled against… Read More
Italy, 1945 , Roberto Rossellini, 103m.

Sun 12 Jun

All My Friends Hate Me 12A

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 Fugitive Kind 12A

Part of Celebrating Anna Magnani
Four Oscar-winning actors—Marlon Brando, Anna Magnani, Joanne Woodward, and Maureen Stapleton—shine in this enthralling film, which also brings together the legendary… Read More
USA, 1960 , Sidney Lumet, 119m.

Mon 13 Jun

The Fugitive Kind 12A

Part of Celebrating Anna Magnani
Four Oscar-winning actors—Marlon Brando, Anna Magnani, Joanne Woodward, and Maureen Stapleton—shine in this enthralling film, which also brings together the legendary… Read More
USA, 1960 , Sidney Lumet, 119m.

ALL MY FRIENDS HATE ME plus Q&A 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 14 Jun

The Rose Tattoo U

Part of 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.

Rome, Open City 12A

Part of Celebrating Anna Magnani
This was Roberto Rossellini’s revelation, a harrowing drama about the Nazi occupation of Rome and the brave few who struggled against… Read More
Italy, 1945 , Roberto Rossellini, 103m.

All My Friends Hate Me 12A

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.

Wed 15 Jun

GROOMED + Q&A 15

Presented by Dartmouth Films, GROOMED is a first-person documentary. It has the ‘feel’ of a drama but everything is true. A… Read More
81m.

All My Friends Hate Me 12A

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.

Thu 16 Jun

Rome, Open City 12A

Part of Celebrating Anna Magnani
This was Roberto Rossellini’s revelation, a harrowing drama about the Nazi occupation of Rome and the brave few who struggled against… Read More
Italy, 1945 , Roberto Rossellini, 103m.

All My Friends Hate Me 12A

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.

Fri 17 Jun

Woodstock 15

Part of Musical Fridays
In 1969, 500,000 people descended on a small patch of field in a little-known town in upstate New York called Woodstock.… Read More
USA, 1970 , Michael Wadleigh, 216m.
All My Friends Hate Me 12A

Fri 10 Jun

18:3021:00

Sat 11 Jun

18:00

Sun 12 Jun

17:30

Tue 14 Jun

21:10

Wed 15 Jun

20:30

Thu 16 Jun

20:30
All That Jazz 15

Fri 15 Apr

20:30

Sun 01 May

19:10

Sun 22 May

20:15

Mon 23 May

16:00
Blackboard Jungle 12A

Fri 29 Apr

18:20

Sun 15 May

17:30

Tue 17 May

16:50

Thu 19 May

20:00

Fri 20 May

17:00

Thu 26 May

20:20
Cabaret (50th Anniversary) 15

Fri 06 May

20:00

Sun 08 May

19:30

Mon 09 May

20:40

Wed 11 May

15:30

Fri 13 May

21:00

Sat 14 May

20:30

Sun 15 May

18:40

Wed 18 May

15:30

Thu 19 May

20:10
Cry, The Beloved Country PG

Sun 01 May

20:30

Wed 11 May

20:40

Tue 17 May

20:30

Wed 18 May

20:30

Sun 22 May

18:00

Tue 24 May

20:15
The Defiant Ones U

Sat 07 May

18:10

Fri 13 May

18:30

Mon 16 May

20:20

Tue 17 May

16:00

Mon 23 May

18:00

Wed 25 May

18:00
Drive My Car 15

Fri 22 Apr

19:15

Sat 23 Apr

17:00

Sun 24 Apr

18:45

Mon 25 Apr

17:00

Tue 26 Apr

19:30

Wed 27 Apr

17:15

Thu 28 Apr

19:40

Fri 29 Apr

19:15

Mon 02 May

18:45

Thu 05 May

17:30

Fri 06 May

20:10

Mon 09 May

17:00

Thu 12 May

20:15

Sat 14 May

15:50

Tue 17 May

19:00

Thu 19 May

16:40
A Dry White Season 15

Sat 16 Apr

20:40

Sun 17 Apr

20:10

Tue 26 Apr

18:20

Sun 01 May

18:15
The Fugitive Kind 12A

Sun 05 Jun

16:00

Thu 09 Jun

18:00

Sun 12 Jun

18:00

Mon 13 Jun

20:00
GROOMED + Q&A 15

Wed 15 Jun

18:30
The Godfather 18

Fri 25 Mar

19:00

Sun 27 Mar

17:15

Sat 02 Apr

17:15

Sat 09 Apr

20:00

Sun 10 Apr

15:00

Tue 12 Apr

14:45

Sat 16 Apr

17:15

Sun 17 Apr

14:00

Mon 02 May

18:30

Wed 11 May

16:00

Thu 26 May

19:15
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner PG

Tue 03 May

18:30

Tue 10 May

18:30

Tue 17 May

18:10

Sat 21 May

20:05

Wed 25 May

15:30
Guys and Dolls U

Fri 01 Apr

21:00

Sun 03 Apr

17:30

Sun 17 Apr

17:00
In the Heat of the Night 12A

Sat 30 Apr

18:00

Fri 06 May

18:00

Sat 14 May

15:00

Mon 16 May

18:00

Wed 18 May

20:20

Wed 25 May

20:05

Thu 26 May

18:00
Julius Caesar U

Mon 28 Mar

18:30

Tue 19 Apr

20:40

Fri 22 Apr

17:50

Sun 08 May

19:45
Listen To Me Marlon 15

Sun 03 Apr

21:00

Wed 06 Apr

18:30

Mon 11 Apr

18:00

Wed 20 Apr

18:30
The Men PG

Wed 30 Mar

18:30

Sat 23 Apr

20:50

Mon 25 Apr

20:20

Wed 27 Apr

20:45
The Night of the Hunter 12A

Mon 16 May

17:15

Wed 18 May

18:10

Tue 07 Jun

20:00
Nightmare Alley PG

Fri 15 Apr

18:00

Mon 18 Apr

20:20

Thu 21 Apr

16:00

Mon 02 May

16:30

Mon 09 May

15:45

Thu 26 May

17:0017:00
On the Waterfront PG

Sat 26 Mar

21:00

Tue 29 Mar

20:40

Thu 31 Mar

19:00

Sun 10 Apr

18:30

Wed 13 Apr

18:30

Mon 18 Apr

18:00
The Quiet Girl U

Fri 20 May

18:00

Sat 21 May

15:3018:0020:10

Sun 22 May

15:0017:10

Mon 23 May

20:00

Tue 24 May

17:30

Wed 25 May

20:00

Thu 26 May

14:00
Rome, Open City 12A

Fri 03 Jun

19:15

Sun 05 Jun

20:00

Tue 07 Jun

15:15

Sat 11 Jun

20:00

Tue 14 Jun

16:0020:30

Thu 16 Jun

20:20
The Rose Tattoo U

Sat 04 Jun

19:00

Mon 06 Jun

18:00

Tue 07 Jun

17:30

Tue 14 Jun

16:00
A Streetcar Named Desire 15

Sat 26 Mar

18:00

Fri 01 Apr

15:45

Tue 12 Apr

20:40

Sat 23 Apr

18:10

Sat 07 May

20:30
The Wild One PG

Sun 27 Mar

21:00

Mon 11 Apr

20:15

Wed 20 Apr

21:00

Wed 27 Apr

18:40

Sat 14 May

18:40
The Worst Person in the World 15

Fri 25 Mar

18:3021:30

Sat 26 Mar

18:3021:30

Sun 27 Mar

17:3020:20

Mon 28 Mar

18:1521:00

Tue 29 Mar

18:1521:00

Wed 30 Mar

18:1521:00

Thu 31 Mar

18:1521:00

Fri 01 Apr

18:20

Sat 02 Apr

18:00

Sun 03 Apr

20:30

Mon 04 Apr

18:00

Tue 05 Apr

18:1520:00

Wed 06 Apr

18:0020:45

Thu 07 Apr

18:0021:0021:05

Fri 08 Apr

17:30

Sat 09 Apr

17:15

Tue 12 Apr

15:0018:00

Fri 15 Apr

17:30

Sun 17 Apr

19:45

Mon 18 Apr

17:15

Tue 19 Apr

20:00

Wed 20 Apr

20:00

Thu 21 Apr

17:30

Tue 26 Apr

15:00

Sat 30 Apr

17:00

Tue 03 May

20:00

Sat 07 May

17:35

Mon 09 May

18:00

Tue 10 May

20:45

Fri 13 May

17:30

Sat 14 May

19:40

Sun 15 May

15:30

Mon 16 May

19:30

Sat 21 May

17:30

Tue 24 May

19:40
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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Fri 03 Jun — Thu 30 Jun 2022
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Fri 29 Apr — Sun 15 May 2022

The Garden Cinema celebrates the life and career of Sidney Poitier with a selection of our favourite performances. If you would like us to screen a Sidney Poitier film not included in the season, please get in touch.

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Thu 07 Apr — Sun 15 May 2022

A season of films celebrating the masterpieces of French cinema from the 1930s and 1940s. Join us every Thursday for expert introductions and post film discussion. See individual listings for details.

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Sat 26 Mar — Sat 14 May 2022

‘I was convinced he was the world’s greatest actor. His impact – the power and feeling he conveyed – was unmatched by anyone. None of the great actors I’ve known – not Cagney, not Bogart, not Spencer Tracey – had Brando’s range, from violence to utter pathos. A range that grew out of his deep convictions. I loved him for it.’ Stanley Kramer 

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