FILMS

Film Ticket Prices

Full Price £8.00; Concessions £7.50
Monday Morning Movies – with tea/coffee & biscuits! Full Price £6.50; Concessions £5.50
Matinees Full Price £6.50; Concessions £5.50
Family Films all tickets £5

For 3D films there is an additional charge on each ticket: Full Price – £2, Senior Citizens & Students – £1.50, 16 & under – £1. There is no additional charge for Friends of Number 8.

Any film tickets booked online are subject to an additional 65p per ticket booking fee. There are no booking fees charged for tickets booked over the phone or in person.

AD))) Audio Description available on request. (ST) Shown with subtitles for the hard of hearing.

Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience

Join Peppa for nine brand new episodes plus on screen entertainment so little ones can sing, dance and play along.

Tuesday 30 May 11.00am; Thursday 1 June 1.30pm   1hr 9mins

Beauty & the Beast (PG)

A live-action re-telling of Disney’s animated classic starring Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as the beast.

Tuesday 30 May - 7.30pm; Wednesday 31 May - 1.30pm

Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience

Join Peppa for nine brand new episodes plus on screen entertainment so little ones can sing, dance and play along.

Thursday 1 June 1.30pm   1hr 9mins

The Salesman (12A)

Winner of the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film this gripping drama tells the story of a young couple in Tehran who are forced to leave their home.

Thursday 1 June - 7.30pm

Whisky Galore (PG)

This remake of the 1949 Ealing comedy tells the tale of Todday, a tiny Scottish island that runs out of whisky during WWII.

Monday 12 June - 10.30am & 7.30pm

Manchester by the Sea (15)

This absorbing drama stars Casey Affleck, in an Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA winning performance, as Lee Chandler a loner who, after the death of his older brother, finds he is now the legal guardian of his nephew.

Friday 16 June - 7.30pm

The Sense of an Ending (15)

Tony (Jim Broadbent) a retired divorcee leads a quiet life until he is forced to face buried secrets from his past.

Saturday 17 June - 7.30pm; Monday 19 June 10.30am & 7.30pm; Wednesday 21 June - 7.30pm

The Sense of an Ending (15)

Tony (Jim Broadbent) a retired divorcee leads a quiet life until he is forced to face buried secrets from his past.

Wednesday 21 June - 7.30pm

A United Kingdom (12A)

Back by popular demand the true story of Seretse Khama, the King of Bechuanaland (modern Botswana), and the London office worker Ruth Williams that he married in 1948.

Friday 23 June - 7.30pm

The Zookeeper’s Wife (12A)

This film adaptation of Diane Ackerman’s novel tells the real-life story of one working wife and mother who became a hero to hundreds during WWII.

Monday 26 June - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 27 June - 7.30pm; Thursday 29 June - 1.30pm

The Zookeeper’s Wife (12A)

This film adaptation of Diane Ackerman’s novel tells the real-life story of one working wife and mother who became a hero to hundreds during WWII.

Thursday 29 June - 1.30pm

Going in Style (12A)

This comedy caper stars Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin as lifelong friends who decide to stray from the straight-and-narrow for the first time in their lives.

Saturday 1 July - 7.30pm

Lady Macbeth (15)

Katherine is stifled by her loveless marriage to a bitter man twice her age, which leads to a passionate affair with a young worker on her husband’s estate.

Monday 3 July - 10.30am & 7.30pm (ST); Tuesday 4 July - 7.30pm

The Olive Tree (15)

This inspirational story follows a spirited young woman, who embarks on a journey to retrieve an ancient olive tree that is precious to her ailing grandfather.

Thursday 6 July - 7.30pm

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (12A)

A fresh take on the Arthurian legend from director Guy Ritchie, starring Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy) in the title role.

Friday 7 & Saturday 8 July - 7.30pm

Dough (15)

Jonathan Pryce and Pauline Collins star in this warm-hearted comedy about an old Jewish baker struggling to run a Kosher bakery in London’s East End, who employs a young Muslim apprentice.

Saturday 15 & Monday 17 July - 7.30pm; Thursday 20 July - 1.30pm

Dough (15)

Jonathan Pryce and Pauline Collins star in this warm-hearted comedy about an old Jewish baker struggling to run a Kosher bakery in London’s East End, who employs a young Muslim apprentice.

Thursday 20 July - 1.30pm

My Cousin Rachel (12A)

Based on the Daphne Du Maurier novel this dark romance tells the story of a young Englishman who plots revenge against his mysterious, beautiful cousin, believing that she murdered his guardian.

Friday 21 July - 7.30pm; Monday 24 July - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 25 July - 7.30pm

My Cousin Rachel (12A)

Based on the Daphne Du Maurier novel this dark romance tells the story of a young Englishman who plots revenge against his mysterious, beautiful cousin, believing that she murdered his guardian.

Monday 24 July - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 25 July - 7.30pm

Lion (PG)

Back by popular demand this moving and uplifting drama stars Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman.

Wednesday 26 July - 7.30pm

Britain on Film: Rural Life (U)

This second BFI Britain on Film collection is an evocative exploration of the UK countryside.

Friday 28 July - 7.30pm

The Hippopotamus (15)

Based on the Stephen Fry novel this comedy drama tells the story of a disgraced poet, Ted Wallace, who is summoned to an old friend’s country manor to investigate a series of unexplained miracle healings.

Saturday 29 July - 7.30pm

Hampstead (12A)

Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson star in this charming and funny tale about how love can be found in the most unexpected places.

Monday 7 August - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 8 August - 7.30pm    

Smurfs: The Lost Village (U)

Smurfette and her friends Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty set out on a thrilling race through the Forbidden Forest to find a mysterious lost village.

Tuesday 8 August - 11.00am

Hampstead (12A)

Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson star in this charming and funny tale about how love can be found in the most unexpected places.

Tuesday 8 August - 7.30pm