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Sorry We Missed You (15)

From director Ken Loach, writer Paul Laverty and the award-winning team behind I, DANIEL BLAKE, comes SORRY WE MISSED YOU - a powerful exploration of the contemporary world of work, the gig economy and the challenges faced by one family trying to hold it all together.


"The film's tragedy is that no amount of love and goodwill can save us when the cards are so horribly stacked against us." Dave Calhoun, Time Out

Book Tickets

Wednesday 13 Nov 20191:30pm4:00pm6:30pm9:00pm
Thursday 14 Nov 20191:30pm4:00pm6:30pm9:00pm
Friday 15 Nov 201912:40pm6:10pm
Saturday 16 Nov 201912:45pm6:10pm
Sunday 17 Nov 201912:20pm5:40pm
Monday 18 Nov 201912:30pm6:10pm
Tuesday 19 Nov 201912:45pm6:10pm
Wednesday 20 Nov 201912:30pm6:10pm
Thursday 21 Nov 201912:45pm6:10pm

The Irishman (15)

Who killed Jimmy Hoffa? A labour leader and the infamous head of the Teamsters union, whose connections with organised crime were wide ranging, his career ended with a conviction for jury tampering, attempted bribery and fraud, but he was pardoned by President Nixon in 1971. Not long after, he disappeared. Declared legally dead in 1982, various theories have circulated as to what happened to him.


Presented through the prism of Sheeran’s (De Niro) memories of his criminal past, the film uses state-of-the art visual effects to ‘de-age’ the cast from their 70s through their 30s. The seamless (and astonishing) postproduction allows Scorsese to bring together a favoured megawatt cast, all on exceptional form: the former Goodfellas pairing of De Niro and Joe Pesci (out of retirement here for Scorsese), alongside Harvey Keitel, Stephen Graham, Anna Paquin, Jesse Plemons, Bobby Cannavale and Ray Romano. Al Pacino, appearing for the first time in a Scorsese film, gives a performance as Jimmy Hoffa so good you’ll want to watch scenes again straight away, not least the many two-handers with Pacino’s Hoffa and De Niro’s Irishman Sheeran, whose friendship forms the heart of the film.



"Prepare for fireworks. With this unmissable crime epic, you'll be watching Scorsese at the peak of his powers directing acting giants De Niro, Pacino and Pesci and creating the movie event of the year." Rolling Stone

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Wednesday 13 Nov 201912:45pm7:15pm
Thursday 14 Nov 20194:15pm
Friday 15 Nov 201912:45pm7:15pm
Saturday 16 Nov 20191:00pm7:30pm
Sunday 17 Nov 201912:30pm7:00pm
Monday 18 Nov 201912:45pm (SUBTITLED)7:15pm
Tuesday 19 Nov 20193:00pm7:15pm
Wednesday 20 Nov 201912:45pm7:15pm
Thursday 21 Nov 20191:15pm

Meeting Gorbachev (PG)

Werner Herzog and André Singer’s riveting documentary, filled with unforgettable archive materials and based on three long interviews, provides incredible access to, arguably, the world’s greatest living politician.


Now 87 and battling illness, the visionary Mikhail Gorbachev, former General Secretary of the U.S.S.R, has mellowed and slowed down. Still, gently but resolutely, he is pushing towards his goals. Herzog, as on-screen interviewer, does not disguise his affection, celebrating Gorbachev’s three remarkable accomplishments: negotiations with the U.S. to reduce nuclear weapons; cessation of Soviet control of Eastern Europe and the reunification of Germany; and the dissolution of the Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc. All of this in six years!


One German diplomat sums up Gorbachev’s approach: “The process went so quickly that ... opponents were overcome by the reality of the situation.” Herzog and Singer remind us of the drastic and unforeseeable way the world changes.


DIRECTED BY Werner Herzog & André Singer

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Wednesday 13 Nov 20195:00pm
Thursday 14 Nov 201911:45am2:00pm

NT Live: Fleabag (15)

Director: Vicky Jones

Starring: Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Duration: 100 min


See the award-winning one-woman show that inspired the BBC’s hit TV series Fleabag, broadcast live to cinemas from London’s West End.


Written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (TV's Fleabag, Killing Eve) and directed by Vicky Jones, Fleabag is a rip-roaring look at some sort of woman living her sort of life.


Fleabag may seem oversexed, emotionally unfiltered and self-obsessed, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. With family and friendships under strain and a guinea pig café struggling to keep afloat, Fleabag suddenly finds herself with nothing to lose.


★★★★★ “Witty, filthy and supreme.” – The Guardian

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Thursday 14 Nov 20198:30pm (RECORDED)
Sunday 1 Dec 20193:30pm (RECORDED)
Saturday 14 Dec 20197:00pm (RECORDED)
Thursday 19 Dec 20198:30pm (RECORDED)
Saturday 21 Dec 20196:30pm (RECORDED)
Monday 23 Dec 20192:30pm (RECORDED)

Marriage Story (15)

Divorce is described in Noah Baumbach’s masterful Marriage Story as like a death without a body. Something has been lost. There is grieving, anger, denial.


In his personal and moving story, Baumbach captures the insidious nature of divorce, how two well-meaning people who still care about each other will do things they would never think they would do. Surely, you’re not the kind of person who would use secrets as a weapon in a divorce case? You wouldn’t turn a child against a parent to gain an advantage? It’s other people who do stuff like that.


With stunning performances from Adam Driver (Charlie) and Scarlett Johansson (Nicole), this is a new career watermark for both, repaying Baumbach’s trust in them with emotional and complex work. They’re good throughout, but they each get a “scene” on their own—a background speech from Nicole when she first goes to Nora and a breathtaking one from Charlie at a bar near the end—and a scene together, the big fight that we never think will happen with our partners. The one where we say what we shouldn’t say. The one where things change forever!


Book Tickets

Friday 15 Nov 20193:00pm8:30pm
Saturday 16 Nov 20193:15pm8:30pm
Sunday 17 Nov 20192:45pm8:00pm
Monday 18 Nov 20193:00pm8:30pm
Tuesday 19 Nov 20193:15pm8:30pm
Wednesday 20 Nov 20193:00pm (SUBTITLED)8:30pm
Thursday 21 Nov 20193:10pm8:30pm
Friday 22 Nov 20196:05am (Not Open for Sale)

2040 (PG)

Award-winning director Damon Gameau embarks on a journey to explore what the future would look like by the year 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet and shifted them into the mainstream.


Structured as a visual letter to his 4-year-old daughter, Damon blends traditional documentary footage with dramatised sequences and high-end visual effects to create a vision board for his daughter and the planet.


2040 might just shift your world for the better!





Book Tickets

Friday 15 Nov 20195:00pm
Saturday 16 Nov 20195:15pm
Sunday 17 Nov 20194:45pm
Monday 18 Nov 20195:00pm
Tuesday 19 Nov 201912:30pm (BABES IN ARMS - INFANT & CARER)
Wednesday 20 Nov 20195:00pm
Thursday 21 Nov 20195:30pm

Here For Life (15)

HERE FOR LIFE is a London-set film about people battling against gentrification and trying to keep old communities alive. The film is made by artists Andrea Luka Zimmerman, a co-founder of the collectives Fugitive Images and Vision Machine, and Adrian Jackson, a leading expert on the theatre of the oppressed, who in 1991 founded the theatre project Cardboard Citizens. A hybrid film, mixing documentary, poetry and fiction, HERE FOR LIFE is a testimony to the actors from Cardboard Citizens playing versions of themselves on screen.



Their loves and their losses; living lyrically between fiction and fact. What does it cost to exist? We are all here for life; here for now!



Book Tickets

Thursday 21 Nov 20197:45pm (+ LIVE DIRECTOR Q&A)

PRIVATE HIRE - 1 HOUR

Book Tickets

Thursday 21 Nov 20199:25pm (Not Open for Sale)
Friday 29 Nov 20198:50pm (Not Open for Sale)

The Report (15)

THE REPORT is a riveting thriller based on actual events. Idealistic staffer Daniel J. Jones (Adam Driver) is tasked by his boss Senator Dianne Feinstein (Annette Bening) to lead an investigation of the CIA's Detention and Interrogation Program, which was created in the aftermath of 9/11.


Jones' relentless pursuit of the truth leads to explosive findings that uncover the lengths to which the nation's top intelligence agency went to destroy evidence, subvert the law, and hide a brutal secret from the American public.


Written and directed by Scott Z. Burns and also starring Jon Hamm, Maura Tierney and Michael C. Hall.


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Friday 22 Nov 20196:05am (Not Open for Sale)

NT Live: Present Laughter (12A)

Matthew Warchus directs Andrew Scott (BBC’s Sherlock, Fleabag) in Noël Coward’s provocative comedy Present Laughter.


As he prepares to embark on an overseas tour, star actor Garry Essendine’s colourful life is in danger of spiralling out of control. Engulfed by an escalating identity crisis as his many and various relationships compete for his attention, Garry’s few remaining days at home are a chaotic whirlwind of love, sex, panic and soul-searching.


Captured live from The Old Vic in London, Present Laughter is a giddy and surprisingly modern reflection on fame, desire and loneliness.



Book Tickets

Thursday 28 Nov 20197:00pm (RECORDED)
Sunday 22 Dec 20197:30pm (RECORDED)

The Two Popes (TBC)

An intimate story of one of the most dramatic transitions of power in the last 2,000 years.


Frustrated with the direction of the church, Cardinal Bergoglio (Jonathan Pryce) requests permission to retire in 2012 from Pope Benedict (Anthony Hopkins). Instead, facing scandal and self-doubt, the introspective Pope Benedict summons his harshest critic and future successor to Rome to reveal a secret that would shake the foundations of the Catholic Church.


Behind Vatican walls, a struggle commences between both tradition and progress, guilt and forgiveness, as these two very different men confront their pasts in order to find common ground and forge a future for a billion followers around the world.


Inspired by true events.

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Friday 29 Nov 20196:00am (Not Open for Sale)
Saturday 30 Nov 20192:15pm (Not Open for Sale)8:45pm (Not Open for Sale)
Friday 6 Dec 20191:15pm (Not Open for Sale)4:45pm (Not Open for Sale)
Saturday 7 Dec 201912:00pm (Not Open for Sale)4:45pm (Not Open for Sale)
Thursday 12 Dec 20192:30pm (Not Open for Sale)3:10pm (Not Open for Sale)

The Dirty War On The NHS (15)

The Dirty War on the NHS is the new documentary from renowned BAFTA and Emmy-winning film-maker and journalist John Pilger.


"This film is a tribute to a unique institution," says Pilger at the start of Dirty War, which is about threatened democracy.


Above all, it is a warning. Pilger investigates the dismantling "by stealth" of the National Health Service, "a last bastion of true public service".


"Under our noses, often secretly and deceptively, our National Health Service is being undermined and sold off: piece by precious piece to the likes of Richard Branson and the giant American health insurance companies that are at the root of the misery that is American healthcare." John Pilger

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Friday 29 Nov 20196:10am (Not Open for Sale)
Thursday 5 Dec 20196:30pm (Not Open for Sale)

The Street + Q&A (15)

Some of the businesses on Hoxton Street have been around for over a hundred years. But recent times have witnessed an explosion of coffee shops, art spaces and property development. Sound familiar?


The locals feel the exclusion of being priced out, and wonder who’s to blame, while Cameron’s EU referendum looms in the background. Xenophobia is tangible; and with a new working space offering colourful ball-pit baths, the disconnect between the new creatives and the local community seems irreconcilable. From 82-year-old Colleen, to the couple who met as teens working in the pie shop they now run, everyone is feeling a storm coming.


Directed by Zed Nelson, THE STREET focuses on one street and its inhabitants over a four-year period, and set against the upheavals of rapid gentrification, years of austerity, the fallout from Grenfell and the eruption of Brexit, the film offers a revealing portrait of life in London today.


After the screening, we're delighted to be joined by director Zed Nelson & Errol McKellar, who is the garage shop owner in the film. The Q&A will be hosted by producer Kiran Acharya, who has worked with director Paul Sng on Dispossession - The Great Social Housing Swindle and Invisible Britain - Portraits Of Hope And Resilience.


Please note: Prompt start. NO TRAILERS OR ADVERTS.


Book Tickets

Friday 29 Nov 20197:00pm (+ LIVE DIRECTOR Q&A)

The Street (12A)

Some of the businesses on Hoxton Street have been around for over a hundred years. But recent times have witnessed an explosion of coffee shops, art spaces and property development. Sound familiar?


The locals feel the exclusion of being priced out, and wonder who’s to blame, while Cameron’s EU referendum looms in the background. Xenophobia is tangible; and with a new working space offering colourful ball-pit baths, the disconnect between the new creatives and the local community seems irreconcilable. From 82-year-old Colleen, to the couple who met as teens working in the pie shop they now run, everyone is feeling a storm coming.


Directed by Zed Nelson, THE STREET focuses on one street and its inhabitants over a four-year period, and set against the upheavals of rapid gentrification, years of austerity, the fallout from Grenfell and the eruption of Brexit, the film offers a revealing portrait of life in London today.

Book Tickets

Saturday 30 Nov 201912:05pm (Not Open for Sale)

So Long, My Son (12A)

SO LONG, MY SON traces the lives of two families over three decades of social, political and human upheaval in China. Following the loss of a child in a tragic accident, their paths separate. Destinies ebb and flow, and fortunes are transformed under the impact of a country's changing face.


Yet even as their lives diverge, a common search for truth and reconciliation around the tragedy remains. But sometimes it can take a lifetime to say farewell.


Wang Xiaoshuai's acclaimed drama chronicles people and a society in full transformation - in which human relationships and the tumultuous evolution of a nation are inevitably and inextricably intertwined.



"The film finds, then repeatedly breaks, your heart, before a subtly momentous finale." Variety

Book Tickets

Saturday 30 Nov 20195:00pm (Not Open for Sale)
Friday 6 Dec 20197:30pm (Not Open for Sale)
Saturday 7 Dec 20197:30pm (Not Open for Sale)
Thursday 12 Dec 20197:30pm (Not Open for Sale)

The Cave (TBC)

Oscar nominee Feras Fayyad (Last Men in Aleppo) delivers an unflinching story of the Syrian war with his powerful new documentary, The Cave. For besieged civilians, hope and safety lie underground inside the subterranean hospital known as the Cave, where pediatrician and managing physician Dr. Amani Ballor and her colleagues Samaher and Dr. Alaa have claimed their right to work as equals alongside their male counterparts, doing their jobs in a way that would be unthinkable in the oppressively patriarchal culture that exists above.


Following the women as they contend with daily bombardments, chronic supply shortages and the ever-present threat of chemical attacks, The Cave paints a stirring portrait of courage, resilience and female solidarity.



“An immensely humanist film” - Variety

Book Tickets

Friday 6 Dec 20192:30pm (Not Open for Sale)6:25pm (Not Open for Sale)
Saturday 7 Dec 201912:15pm (Not Open for Sale)2:30pm (Not Open for Sale)
Thursday 12 Dec 201912:15pm (Not Open for Sale)5:15pm (Not Open for Sale)

Ordinary Love (12A)

Joan and Tom have been married for many years. There is an ease to their relationship which only comes from spending a lifetime together and a depth of love which expresses itself through tenderness and humour in equal part.



When Joan is diagnosed with breast cancer, the course of her treatment shines a light on their relationship as they are faced with the challenges that lie ahead and the prospect of what might become of them if something were to happen to her. ORDINARY LOVE is a story about love, survival and the epic questions life throws at each and every one of us.



"Ordinary Love becomes a perfectly judged testament to lives shared and shattered, reckoning with individual and collective grief with grace, humour and honesty." The Skinny

Book Tickets

Friday 6 Dec 20194:00pm (Not Open for Sale)8:45pm (Not Open for Sale)
Saturday 7 Dec 20192:40pm (Not Open for Sale)8:30pm (Not Open for Sale)
Thursday 12 Dec 201912:45pm (Not Open for Sale)6:10pm (Not Open for Sale)

Tosca (TBC)

This fantastic new production of Giacomo Puccini’s Tosca follows the publication of musicologist Roger Parker’s critical edition for Ricordi. The Music Director Riccardo Chailly, presents Puccini's work in light of this most recent research, building on the great success of La Scala’sTurandot, La fanciulla del West, Madama Butterfly and Manon Lescaut.


Giacomo Puccini's masterpieces have so far been presented in versions that often bear the burden of tradition. With the return of Director Davide Livermore, already highly acclaimed for Attila, this inaugural version of Tosca will be first and foremost at a music festival. Combined with the stunning stage set design of Giò Forma and the powerful voices of Anna Netrebko and Luca Salsi, this thrilling spectacle is not to be missed.


The best seat in town delivered with immersive surround sound and crystal clear HD, your cinema ticket will include a highly collectable exclusive printed Libretto with English translation courtesy of La Scala.


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Saturday 7 Dec 20195:00pm (LIVE VIA SATELLITE)

Wise Children (15)

Multi award winning director Emma Rice brings her unique, exuberantly impish vision to

Angela Carter’s great last novel in this brand new theatre production. A big, bawdy tangle of

theatrical joy and heartbreak, Wise Children is a celebration of show business, family,

forgiveness and hope, with a generous dash of Shakespeare, scandal and mischief, taking

the audience on a rollercoaster ride of emotion.


In Brixton, Nora and Dora Chance, twin chorus girls born and bred south of the

river are celebrating their 75th birthday. Over the river in Chelsea, their father and greatest actor of his generation Melchior Hazard turns 100 on the same day. As does his twin brother

Peregrine, if in fact, he’s still alive. And if, in truth, Melchior is their real father after all...



Performed by a talented ensemble cast, this entertaining, all singing and dancing show

opened to a raft of 4 and 5 star reviews at London’s Old Vic in 2018. Adapted and directed

by Emma Rice, the former Artistic Director of Kneehigh and Shakespeare’s Globe, it was

filmed for the cinema screen at York Theatre Royal and is ‘pure, unadulterated theatre.’

(★★★★★ Broadway World)



★★★★★ ‘Fantastic. Life enhancing, brilliantly uninhibited, all singing and dancing... Stars? I’m not sure why you would stop at five.' The Observer


Runtime includes one interval.

Book Tickets

Thursday 12 Dec 20198:15pm (RECORDED)

Fiddler: A Miracle Of Miracles (12A)

Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles is the first in-depth documentary to chronicle the origin story behind one of Broadway’s most beloved musicals, Fiddler on The Roof, and its creative roots in early 1960s New York, when “tradition” was on the wane as gender roles, sexuality, race relations and religion were evolving.


The film reveals why the story of Tevye the milkman is reborn again and again as beloved entertainment and cultural touchstone the world over. Opening in 1964, Fiddler on the Roof held the record for the longest running musical for almost 10 years, won nine Tony Awards, and spawned five Broadway revivals.


Featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda, Sheldon Harnick, Hal Prince, Austin Pendleton, Joanna Merlin, Danny Burstein, Itzhak Perlman, Charles Isherwood, Harvey Fierstein and many more!



"The heart of "Fiddler" is family, and the film really touches on the meaning of family -- where not everything is pretty, and not everyone gets along, yet there's a connective tissue that offers a warm embrace to the audience." Yolanda Machado, The Wrap

Book Tickets

Friday 13 Dec 20196:05am (Not Open for Sale)

Citizen K (TBC)

Multiple award-winning documentarian Alex Gibney returns with a fascinating exploration of the contemporary Russian political landscape and a portrait of oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky.


Mikhail Khodorkovsky is charismatic and mercurial. It’s not difficult to see why Alex Gibney chose him as the focus of his new film, Citizen K. After thriving in Russia in the 1990s and amassing incredible wealth from the oil industry, Khodorkovsky became a nuisance to Vladimir Putin, who subsequently had him jailed in Siberia for ten years.


Now living in exile in the UK, he orchestrates a far-reaching anti-Putin campaign. Through this story, Gibney charts Putin’s rise to power, the golden years of the oligarchs and an era of gangster capitalism, combining archive footage and interviews with various journalists and Khodorkovsky himself.


Unfolding like a gripping political thriller, Citizen K is an urgent and topical account of a culture dominated by fake news and the rise of Russia’s alleged meddling in politics beyond its borders.



Book Tickets

Friday 13 Dec 20196:15am (Not Open for Sale)
Friday 20 Dec 201912:30pm (Not Open for Sale)6:00pm (Not Open for Sale)
Saturday 21 Dec 20192:15pm (Not Open for Sale)8:15pm (Not Open for Sale)
Sunday 22 Dec 20191:30pm (Not Open for Sale)
Monday 23 Dec 20193:15pm (Not Open for Sale)8:30pm (Not Open for Sale)
Tuesday 24 Dec 201912:40pm (Not Open for Sale)
Thursday 26 Dec 20193:00pm (Not Open for Sale)

The Kingmaker (TBC)

When The Kingmaker director Lauren Greenfield began making what would become her latest film, she intended to investigate what had become of the island in the Philippines, Calauit, that had become a reserve for endangered African animals in the mid-1970s.


She thought that the country’s former first lady, Imelda Marcos, would be just one interview of many in her investigation of the island. But Greenfield found an eager and compelling subject ready to share her life story — or at least her version of it.


The Kingmaker examines, with intimate access, the Marcos family’s improbable return to power in the Philippines. The film explores the disturbing legacy of the Marcos regime and chronicles Imelda’s present-day push to help her son, Bongbong, win the vice-presidency. To this end, Imelda confidently rewrites her family’s history of corruption, replacing it with a narrative of a matriarch’s extravagant love for her country.


In an age when fake news manipulates elections, Imelda’s comeback story serves as a dark fairy tale.

Book Tickets

Friday 13 Dec 20199:15am (Not Open for Sale)
Friday 20 Dec 20193:30pm (Not Open for Sale)8:45pm (Not Open for Sale)
Saturday 21 Dec 20191:00pm (Not Open for Sale)5:30pm (Not Open for Sale)
Sunday 22 Dec 20191:00pm (Not Open for Sale)5:45pm (Not Open for Sale)
Monday 23 Dec 201912:45pm (Not Open for Sale)6:10pm (Not Open for Sale)
Tuesday 24 Dec 20193:30pm (Not Open for Sale)
Thursday 26 Dec 20195:45pm (Not Open for Sale)

NT Live: Hansard (12A)

Hansard by Simon Wood


Hansard; noun

The official report of all parliamentary debates.


See two-time Olivier Award winners,Lindsay Duncan (Birdman,About Time) and Alex Jennings (The Lady in the Van, The Queen), in this brand-new play by Simon Wood, broadcast live from the National Theatre in London.


It’s a summer’s morning in 1988 and Tory politician Robin Hesketh has returned home to the idyllic Cotswold house he shares with his wife of 30 years, Diana. But all is not as blissful as it seems. Diana has a stinking hangover, a fox is destroying the garden, and secrets are being dug up all over the place. As the day draws on, what starts as gentle ribbing and the familiar rhythms of marital scrapping quickly turns to blood-sport.


Don’t miss this witty and devastating portrait of the governing class, directed by Simon Godwin (NT Live: Antony & Cleopatra, Twelfth Night) and part of National Theatre Live’s 10th birthday season.

Book Tickets

Sunday 15 Dec 20194:00pm (RECORDED)

The Ponds (12A)

The Ponds is Patrick McLennan’s debut as co-director/producer along with Samuel Smith, and he also wrote the script. Drone footage captures the changing seasons chronologically, beginning with early Spring.



In a world of constant flux and chaos, it's almost a shock to discover some experiences remain natural, unhurried and unchanged. In the middle of metropolitan London lies Hampstead Heath, 320 hectares of forest, parkland, wildlife plus three swimming ponds.



People swim in them all year round, whatever the weather, just as they did in the time of Keats and Constable, and cameras filmed them over 12 months as they swam, laughed, sang, complained, ruminated, philosophised and simply sought respite from all that life threw at them.



Book Tickets

Friday 20 Dec 201912:45pm
Monday 23 Dec 20197:00pm
Tuesday 24 Dec 20191:15pm

NT Live: Small Island (12A)

Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel Small Island comes to life in an epic new theatre adaptation. Experience the play in cinemas, filmed live on stage as part of National Theatre Live’s 10th birthday.


Small Island embarks on a journey from Jamaica to Britain, through the Second World War to 1948 – the year the HMT Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury. The play follows three intricately connected stories. Hortense yearns for a new life away from rural Jamaica, Gilbert dreams of becoming a lawyer, and Queenie longs to escape her Lincolnshire roots. Hope and humanity meet stubborn reality as the play traces the tangled history of Jamaica and the UK.

Book Tickets

Friday 20 Dec 20192:45pm (RECORDED)

Wild Rose (15)

Rose-Lynn Harlan, played by BAFTA Rising Star nominee Jessie Buckley (Beast), is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek. Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Her mum Marion (Julie Walters) has had a bellyful of Rose-Lynn’s Nashville nonsense. Forced to take responsibility, Rose-Lynn gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house (Sophie Okonedo). Directed by Tom Harper, Wild Rose is an uplifting story with an original soundtrack about family, dreams and reality, and three chords and the truth.


"The film sings, it soars - Jessie Buckley was born to be a star."

Ella Kemp - Sight and Sound


"Wild Rose is so much fun that you only half notice its left-turn from the star-is-born setup to something altogether richer and more emotionally satisfying."

Jamie Dunn - The Skinny

Book Tickets

Friday 20 Dec 20196:20pm

Border (15)

Customs officer Tina is known for her extraordinary sense of smell. It's almost as if she can sniff out the guilt on anyone hiding something. But when Vore, a suspicious-looking man, walks past her, her abilities are challenged for the first time ever. Tina can sense Vore is hiding something she can't identify. Even worse, she feels a strange attraction to him. As Tina develops a special bond with Vore and discovers his true identity, she also realizes the truth about herself. Tina, like Vore, does not belong to this world. Her entire existence has been one big lie and now she has to choose: keep living the lie or embrace Vore's terrifying revelations.


From the writer of Let The Right One In John Ajvide Lindqvist and director Ali Abassi.


"It's a drama with the force of comedy. It's Buñuel without renouncing Tod Browning."

Luis Martínez - El Mundo

Book Tickets

Friday 20 Dec 20199:00pm

Diego Maradona (12A)

The third film from the Academy Award and BAFTA-winning team behind Senna and Amy, Diego Maradona is constructed from over 500 hours of never-before-seen footage from Maradona’s personal archive.


In a city where the devil would have needed bodyguards, Maradona became bigger than God himself.  This is the wild and unforgettable story of God-given talent, glory, despair and betrayal, of corruption and ultimately redemption.


On Sunday 23rd June at 18.30pm, we're delighted to be joined by director Asif Kapadia

for a post screening Q&A!


Book Tickets

Saturday 21 Dec 20193:30pm

The Favourite (15)

Following it's resounding success at this years BAFTA's, we're delighted to offer another chance to see Yorgos Lanthimos's outstanding The Favourite. Winner of seven BAFTA's including Best Actress Olivia Coleman and Best Supporting actress Rachel Weisz.


Early 18th century. England is at war with the French. Nevertheless, duck racing and pineapple eating are thriving. A frail Queen Anne (Olivia Colman) occupies the throne and her close friend Lady Sarah (Rachel Weisz) governs the country in her stead while tending to Anne’s ill health and mercurial temper. When a new servant Abigail (Emma Stone) arrives, her charm endears her to Sarah. Sarah takes Abigail under her wing and Abigail sees a chance at a return to her aristocratic roots. As the politics of war become quite time consuming for Sarah, Abigail steps into the breach to fill in as the Queen’s companion. Their burgeoning friendship gives her a chance to fulfil her ambitions and she will not let woman, man, politics or rabbit stand in her way. Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos.

Book Tickets

Saturday 21 Dec 20198:30pm

Amazing Grace (U)

Witness Aretha Franklin as you’ve never seen her before. Experience an electrifying performance in the brand new concert film AMAZING GRACE – only in cinemas this May.


"As a document of an iconic musician's skills, the film is essential. But Amazing Grace is far more than that: Watching it is a transcendent, spine-tingling, uplifting, utterly joyous experience."

Anastasia Tsioulcas - NPR


"A concert documentary lost for decades in technical and legal wranglings but finally brought to the screen with every bead of sweat, every spangle, every soul-squeezing note intact."

Leah Greenblatt - ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY



Book Tickets

Sunday 22 Dec 20193:30pm

It's a Wonderful Life (U)

James Stewart is George Bailey, a man whose attempted suicide on Christmas Eve gains the attention of a guardian angel, Clarence Odbody who is sent to help him in his hour of need. Most of the film is told through flashbacks spanning George's entire life and narrated by Franklin and Joseph, unseen Angels who are preparing Clarence for his mission to save George. Through these flashbacks we see all the people whose lives have been touched by George and the difference he has made to the community in which he lives.

Book Tickets

Sunday 22 Dec 20194:30pm
Tuesday 24 Dec 20193:00pm

Shoplifters (15)

Due to popular demand one of our favourite films of last year comes back for one last theatrical screening in March 2019.


After one of their shoplifting sessions, Osamu and his son come across a little girl in the freezing cold. At first reluctant to shelter the girl, Osamu’s wife agrees to take care of her after learning of the hardships she faces. Although the family is poor, barely making enough money to survive through petty crime, they seem to live happily together until an unforeseen incident reveals hidden secrets, testing the bonds that unite them...


Directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda.


"One of the best films at TIFF this year, if not simply one of the best films of the year, period."

Karen Han - Vice


"Phenomenal"

RogerEbert.com

Book Tickets

Sunday 22 Dec 20198:15pm

Notorious (U)

Don’t miss this new 4K Digital Restoration of Notorious, one of Hitchcock’s most critically acclaimed films for both its romantic as well as its narrative maturity.


Two of the most iconic and powerful stars of their day pair up in Hitchcock’s post-war spy thriller, film noir – with just a dash of screwball dialogue and some serious romance – and the results are electric. Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant star as Alicia and Devlin; a woman whose father was a convicted Nazi spy, and who hopes to make reparations for his crimes against the US by engaging in espionage herself, at the behest of a handsome government agent who also just so happens to be falling in love with her. Her mission is to seduce a Nazi conspirator named Alexander (Claude Rains), but things get complicated when he too falls head over heels.


Notorious is a defining notch on his well-earnt strapline as the master of suspense. An official selection of the 1946 Cannes Film Festival, Notorious was one of the biggest US film releases of that year and has become infamous for its clever evasion of the Motion Picture Production Code’s restriction on screen kissing. Limited in Hollywood to three seconds at the time, Hitchcock had the characters pull away every three seconds, nuzzling each other only to resume kissing, for a total of two-and-a-half-minutes


“A must-see or must-see-again” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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Monday 23 Dec 20194:30pm

Bait (15)

Martin Ward is a cove fisherman, without a boat. His brother Steven has re-purposed their father’s vessel as a tourist tripper, driving a wedge between the brothers. With their childhood home now a get away for London money, Martin is displaced to the estate above the picturesque harbour.


As his struggle to restore the family to their traditional place creates increasing friction with tourists and locals alike, a tragedy at the heart of the family changes his world.



"One of the defining British films of the decade." Mark Kermode, The Guardian


"It may look like it was made on a shoestring 50 years ago, but this abrasive seaside parable is a quietly thrilling piece of filmmaking." Phil De Semlyen, Time Out

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Monday 23 Dec 20198:45pm

Pain And Glory (15)

Long-time Almodóvar leading man Antonio Banderas stars in Pain and Glory as Salvador Mallo, a director whose physical ailments have led into an almost hermit-like existence, before he is reunited with an actor from his past and embarks on a wild new chapter.


Pedro Almodóvar’s hotly anticipated, semi-autobiographic film takes you inside Salvador’s mind as he reflects on his personal and professional past. Via a series of flashbacks and present-day encounters, we revisit some of his most important relationships, with his mother (played by an on-form, disgruntled Penélope Cruz), his former leading man and his early loves.

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Thursday 26 Dec 20198:00pm

Matthew Bourne's Romeo & Juliet (TBC)

Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet has been hailed as the single most eagerly awaited dance show for 2019. This passionate and contemporary reimagining of Shakespeare’s

classic story of love and conflict is set in the not too distant future in ‘The Verona Institute’.

Here ‘difficult’ young people are mysteriously confined by a society that seeks to divide and crush their youthful spirit and individuality. Our two young lovers must follow their hearts as they risk everything to be together.


A timeless story of forbidden love, repressed emotions and teenage discovery, filmed live at Sadler’s Wells especially for cinemas.


Bursting with youth, vitality and Matthew Bourne’s trademark storytelling, the UK’s brightest young dance talent join the New Adventures company, with direction and choreography by Matthew Bourne, design by Lez Brotherston, lighting by Paule Constable, sound by Paul Groothuis and new orchestrations of the Prokofiev score by Terry Davies, played live by the New Adventures Orchestra & conducted by Brett Morris.


★★★★★‘A seismic YOUTHQUAKE. A Romeo and Juliet for the MILLENNIAL generation. BOLD, FRESH and bang on the money’ The Stage

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Sunday 29 Dec 20193:30pm (RECORDED)

Little Women (PG)

Writer-director Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird) has crafted a Little Women that draws on both the classic novel and the writings of Louisa May Alcott, and unfolds as the author’s alter ego, Jo March, reflects back and forth on her fictional life.  


In Gerwig’s take, the beloved story of the March sisters – four young women each determined to live life on her own terms --  is both timeless and timely.  Portraying Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth March, the film stars Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen, with Timothée Chalamet as their neighbour Laurie, Laura Dern as Marmee, and Meryl Streep as Aunt March.


Directed by: Greta Gerwig


Screenplay by: Greta Gerwig


Based on the Novel by: Louisa May Alcott

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Friday 3 Jan 20206:00am (Not Open for Sale)

Jojo Rabbit (12A)

Writer director Taika Waititi (THOR: RAGNAROK, HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE), brings his signature style of humor and pathos to his latest film, JOJO RABBIT, a World War II satire that follows a lonely German boy (Roman Griffin Davis as JoJo) whose world view is turned upside down when he discovers his single mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding a young Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie) in their attic. Aided only by his idiotic imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler (Taika Waititi), Jojo must confront his blind nationalism.



"It's Waititi's ability to balance unassailably goofy moments with an acknowledgment of real-life horrors that makes the movie exceptional."  Time Magazine

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Friday 3 Jan 20206:05am (Not Open for Sale)

Portrait Of A Lady On Fire (TBC)

Brittany, France 1770. Portrait painter Marianne (Noémie Merlant) is commissioned to paint the wedding portrait of Héloïse (Adèle Haenel), a reluctant bride to be who has just left the convent.


The painting must be done in secret, and so Marianne observes her by day and paints by night. Intimacy and attraction grow between the two women but their freedom is short-lived. Portrait of a Lady on Fire is the winner of the both the Queer Palm and Best Screenplay at Cannes 2019.



★★★★★ "Girlhood director Céline Sciamma’s gripping 18th-century story of obsession demonstrates a new mastery of classical style." - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian


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Friday 28 Feb 20206:05am (Not Open for Sale)