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Silver Screen screening

Reduced ticket price plus free refreshments in our café-bar for over 60s.

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Kids’ Club screening

A Saturday children’s matinee of a recent hit or an old favourite, plus fun activities.

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Big Scream screening

At Big Scream club we screen films exclusively for parents with babies under one year old.

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Autism-Friendly screening

Especially for people on the autism spectrum and their families, friends and carers. Some people with autism are sensitive to sound and light and they can find going to the cinema difficult.

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Toddler Time

Is especially designed to introduce children to the big screen, featuring 30-minute shows for pre-school children and their parents / carers

Admission is just &gbp;3 per child, accompanying adults free, when they become members of Toddler Time (free to join - please ask at the Box Office or call 0871 902 5747). Otherwise the usual adult matinee and child prices apply. Toddler Time is free for babies under one year old.

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Sharon Lockhart’s exhibition at FACT brings together ideas about childhood, philosophical inquiry, and the politics of the voice, anchored by works referring to a Polish teenager named Milena....

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  • 5 July 2014 - 26 October 2014

Gallery Times
Tuesday - Sunday: 11am - 6pm

Initiated at Two Degrees festival by British artist and activist Ellie Harrison in 2011, this artwork consists of four ‘climate change’ signs -designed to mimic those you might find outside a garage or a Bureau de Change- and originally too...

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  • 6 July 2014 - 31 December 2014

Gallery Times
Tuesday - Sunday: 11am - 6pm

It’s 1984 and the Miners’ Strike is causing great hardship, especially in one remote Welsh pit village. Despite some misgivings, a group of young gay activists led by bolshy Mark Ashton (Ben Schnetzer) decide to raise money for the commun...

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  • Released2014
  • Running time120 minutes
  • DirectorMatthew Warchus
  • CastImelda Staunton, Bill Nighy, Dominic West
Today 22 Sep 2014
  • 12:40

    Mon, 22 Sep 12:40

    Showing in: Screen 3

  • 15:40

    Mon, 22 Sep 15:40

    Showing in: The Box

  • 20:50

    Mon, 22 Sep 20:50

    Showing in: The Box

In director Anton Corbijn’s (CONTROL, THE AMERICAN) appropriately shadowy adaptation of John Le Carré’s post-9/11 espionage thriller, Philip Seymour Hoffman plays Günther Bachmann, head of Hamburg’s secret anti-terrorist unit who co-opts Is...

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  • Released2014
  • Running time122 minutes
  • DirectorAnton Corbijn
  • GenreDrama, Action / Thriller / Crime
  • CastPhilip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams, Willem Dafoe, Robin Wright
Today 22 Sep 2014
  • 13:00

    Mon, 22 Sep 13:00

    Showing in: The Box

  • 15:20

    Mon, 22 Sep 15:20

    Showing in: Screen 3

  • 18:15

    Mon, 22 Sep 18:15

    Showing in: The Box

  • 20:30

    Mon, 22 Sep 20:30

    Showing in: Screen 1

The latest of Woody Allen’s 40+ movies falls in behind MIDNIGHT IN PARIS, both thematically and stylistically, and is all the better for it. Colin Firth plays Stanley Crawford, a frosty but celebrated stage magician. He is lured to the gli...

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  • Released2014
  • Running time98 minutes
  • DirectorWoody Allen
  • CastColin Firth, Emma Stone
Today 22 Sep 2014
  • 13:30

    Mon, 22 Sep 13:30

    Showing in: Screen 1

  • 15:50

    Mon, 22 Sep 15:50

    Showing in: Screen 1

  • 18:10

    Mon, 22 Sep 18:10

    Showing in: Screen 1

  • 21:00

    Mon, 22 Sep 21:00

    Showing in: Screen 3

20,000 DAYS ON EARTH is a bold look at one of music’s most mysterious and charismatic figures: Nick Cave. But although it contains electrifying scenes of performance, both in the studio and on tour, this is no concert film. Instead it prese...

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  • Released2014
  • Running time97 minutes
  • DirectorIain Forsyth, Jane Pollard
  • CastNick Cave
Today 22 Sep 2014
  • 14:15

    Mon, 22 Sep 14:15

    Showing in: Screen 2

  • 16:30

    Mon, 22 Sep 16:30

    Showing in: Screen 2

  • 18:45

    Mon, 22 Sep 18:45

    Showing in: Screen 2

  • 21:00

    Mon, 22 Sep 21:00

    Showing in: Screen 2

At the birth of his son Gibreel, Palestinian farmer Emad Burnat is given his first movie camera and begins recording both Gibreel’s childhood and the conflict growing around them. As Israel’s controversial ‘security barrier’ is built thro...

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  • Released2011
  • Running time94 minutes
  • DirectorEmad Burnat, Guy Davidi
  • GenreDocumentary
  • LanguageArabic, Hebrew
Today 22 Sep 2014
  • 18:30

    Mon, 22 Sep 18:30

    Showing in: Screen 3

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