FILMS

Film Ticket Prices

Please note these prices apply for screenings up until Friday 3 March 2017, after this date ticket prices increase by 50p each.

Full Price £7.50; Concessions £7.00
Monday Morning Movies – with tea/coffee & biscuits! Full Price £6; Concessions £5
Thursday Matinees Full Price £6; Concessions £5
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.

Jackie (15)

Natalie Portman gives an enthralling performance as Jackie Bouvier Kennedy in this searing portrait of a tragic moment in American history.

Monday 27 February - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Wednesday 1 March - 7.30pm

Silence (15)

Based on the novel by Shūsaku Endō this historical drama is brought to the screen by director Martin Scorcese.

Tuesday 28 February & Friday 3 March - 7.30pm

Jackie (15)

Natalie Portman gives an enthralling performance as Jackie Bouvier Kennedy in this searing portrait of a tragic moment in American history.

Wednesday 1 March - 7.30pm

Silence (15)

Based on the novel by Shūsaku Endō this historical drama is brought to the screen by director Martin Scorcese.

Friday 3 March - 7.30pm

Manchester by the Sea (15)

This absorbing drama stars Casey Affleck, in a Golden Globe winning performance, as a loner who, after the death of his brother becomes the legal guardian of his nephew.

Tuesday 7 March - 7.30pm

Moonlight (15)

Winner of the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Moonlight is a tender story of an African-American man’s struggle to find himself.

Wednesday 8 March - 7.45pm

Lion (PG)

An uplifting drama about a young man (Dev Patel) who travels to India in search of the family he was separated from as a child.

Friday 10 March - 7.30pm; Monday 13 March - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 14 March - 7.30pm; Thursday 16 March - 1.30pm      

Lion (PG)

An uplifting drama about a young man (Dev Patel) who travels to India in search of the family he was separated from as a child.

Monday 13 March - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 14 March - 7.30pm; Thursday 16 March - 1.30pm      

Lion (PG)

An uplifting drama about a young man (Dev Patel) who travels to India in search of the family he was separated from as a child.

Thursday 16 March - 1.30pm      

The Black Hen (12A)

This Nepalese drama follows two young boys as they embark on a journey to find their missing hen.

Thursday 16 March - 7.30pm; Wednesday 22 March - 1.30pm

Hacksaw Ridge (15)

The extraordinary true story of Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield) who became the first conscientious objector to earn the Congressional Medal of Honor.

Friday 17 & Saturday 18 March - 7.30pm

Hidden Figures (PG)

The incredible untold story of three African-American women working at NASA who were the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history.

Monday 20 March - 10.30am & 7.30pm (ST); Tuesday 21 March - 7.30pm

The Black Hen (12A)

This Nepalese drama follows two young boys as they embark on a journey to find their missing hen.

Wednesday 22 March - 1.30pm

Irreplaceable (12A)

Set in rural France this drama stars François Cluzet as a country doctor who falls sick and must find a suitable replacement.

Thursday 23 March - 7.30pm

I, Daniel Blake (15)

Winner of the Palme d’Or at Cannes Film Festival this topical film from Ken Loach tells the story of a widower who finds himself having to fight to keep his benefits.

Saturday 25 March - 7.30pm

The Eagle Huntress (U)

With awe-inspiring cinematography this film follows a thirteen year old Kazakh girl who defies tradition to train as an eagle hunter.

Monday 27 March - 10.30am & 7.30pm

The Time of Their Lives (cert tbc)

Joan Collins and Pauline Collins star in this comedy about a former Hollywood star and her friend who travel to France to gatecrash a funeral.

Saturday 1 April - 7.30pm; Monday 3 April - 10.30am & 7.30pm

Viceroy’s House (12A)

Starring Hugh Bonneville as Lord Mountbatten this historical drama explores the ramifications of the historic decision to partition India.

Friday 7 April - 7.30pm; Monday 10 April - 10.30am & 7.30pm (ST); Tuesday 11 April - 7.30pm

The LEGO Batman Movie (U)

LEGO Batman stars in his own animated big-screen adventure.

Saturday 8 April - 3.00pm; Friday 14 April - 1.30pm; Wednesday 19 April - 11.00am

Viceroy’s House (12A)

Starring Hugh Bonneville as Lord Mountbatten this historical drama explores the ramifications of the historic decision to partition India.

Monday 10 April - 10.30am & 7.30pm (ST); Tuesday 11 April - 7.30pm

Sing (U)

A down-on-his-luck koala tries to save his theatre by hosting a singing contest in this animated comedy.

Tuesday 11 April - 11.00am; Tuesday 18 April - 1.30pm

Viceroy’s House (12A)

Starring Hugh Bonneville as Lord Mountbatten this historical drama explores the ramifications of the historic decision to partition India.

Tuesday 11 April - 7.30pm

Toni Erdmann (15)

A tender and outrageously funny story about a father-daughter relationship.

Thursday 13 April - 7.30pm; Wednesday 19 April - 1.30pm

The LEGO Batman Movie (U)

LEGO Batman stars in his own animated big-screen adventure.

Friday 14 April - 1.30pm; Wednesday 19 April - 11.00am

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, 2D (12A)

An epic new Star Wars adventure!

Friday 14 April - 7.30pm