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 Film Offer 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.

Darkest Hour (PG)

Gary Oldman stars in this BAFTA award-winning role as Winston Churchill in his early days as Prime Minister.

Monday 26 February - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 27 & Wednesday 28 February - 7.30pm; Thursday 1 March - 1.30pm *Monday morning screening sold out*

Paddington 2 (PG)

Darkest Peru’s most lovable bear is back at Number 8 by popular demand in the funny, inventive and incredibly charming Paddington 2.

Friday 2 March - 7.30pm; Monday 5 March - 10.30am & 7.30pm

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (15)

Frances McDormand stars in this darkly comic drama as a mother frustrated by the lack of progress in the investigation into her daughter’s murder.

Saturday 3 & Wednesday 7 March - 7.30pm

Paddington 2 (PG)

Darkest Peru’s most lovable bear is back at Number 8 by popular demand in the funny, inventive and incredibly charming Paddington 2.

Monday 5 March - 10.30am & 7.30pm

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (15)

Frances McDormand stars in this darkly comic drama as a mother frustrated by the lack of progress in the investigation into her daughter’s murder.

Wednesday 7 March - 7.30pm

God’s Own Country (15)

This BAFTA nominated drama follows a lonely farm worker and the relationship he develops with a Romanian migrant who arrives to work on the farm.

Thursday 8 March - 7.30pm

Molly’s Game (15)

True story, starring Jessica Chastain as Molly Bloom who ran the world’s most exclusive poker game for a decade before being arrested by the FBI.

Saturday 10 March - 7.30pm

The Post (12A)

Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks star in this award-winning drama about the first female publisher of a major US newspaper.

Monday 12 March - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 13 March - 7.30pm

Journey’s End (12A)

Sam Claflin and Paul Bettany star in this adaptation of RC Sherriff’s WWI play.

Wednesday 14 March - 7.30pm; Thursday 15 March - 1.30pm; Saturday 17 March - 7.30pm

Mountains May Depart (12A)

This drama follows the life of Tao (Zhao Tao) across 25 years of social and economic change in China and the way it shaped lives.

Thursday 15 March - 7.30pm

The Shape of Water (15)

Elisa is a mute, isolated woman who works as a cleaner in a government laboratory. Her life changes forever when she discovers a secret experiment.

Saturday 24 March - 7.30pm; Monday 26 March - 10.30am & 7.30pm (ST); Thursday 29 March - 7.30pm

The Shape of Water (15)

Elisa is a mute, isolated woman who works as a cleaner in a government laboratory. Her life changes forever when she discovers a secret experiment.

Thursday 29 March - 7.30pm

Early Man (PG)

The latest stop-motion animation from Aardman, set at the dawn of time Early Man follows caveman Dug and his friend Hognob.

Friday 30 March - 4.00pm; Saturday 31 March - 7.30pm; Tuesday 3 April - 1.30pm; Tuesday 10 April - 11.00am

Downsizing (15)

When scientists discover how to shrink humans Paul (Matt Damon) and his wife Audrey (Kirsten Wiig) decide to get small and start new life in the downsized community.

Friday 30 March - 7.30pm

Early Man (PG)

The latest stop-motion animation from Aardman, set at the dawn of time Early Man follows caveman Dug and his friend Hognob.

Saturday 31 March - 7.30pm; Tuesday 3 April - 1.30pm; Tuesday 10 April - 11.00am

Coco (PG)

Animated musical fantasy following a young boy on a journey to discover his family history.

Thursday 5 April - 11.00am; Friday 13 April - 1.30pm

Finding Your Feet (12A)

Joanna Lumley, Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall and Celia Imrie star in this uplifting comedy that shows it’s never too late to start again!

Friday 6 & Saturday 7 April - 7.30pm; Monday 9 April - 10.30am & 7.30pm (ST); Tuesday 10 April - 7.30pm

Finding Your Feet (12A)

Joanna Lumley, Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall and Celia Imrie star in this uplifting comedy that shows it’s never too late to start again!

Monday 9 April - 10.30am & 7.30pm (ST); Tuesday 10 April - 7.30pm

Early Man (PG)

The latest stop-motion animation from Aardman, set at the dawn of time Early Man follows caveman Dug and his friend Hognob.

Tuesday 10 April - 11.00am

Finding Your Feet (12A)

Joanna Lumley, Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall and Celia Imrie star in this uplifting comedy that shows it’s never too late to start again!

Tuesday 10 April - 7.30pm

Lady Bird (15)

Golden Globe winning drama starring Saoirse Ronan as ‘Lady Bird,’ a teenager with a turbulent relationship with her mother.

Thursday 12 April - 7.30pm; Wednesday 18 Apr - 1.30pm

Coco (PG)

Animated musical fantasy following a young boy on a journey to discover his family history.

Friday 13 April - 1.30pm

Phantom Thread (15)

Drama following renowned dressmaker, Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) and a young waitress he meets who becomes his muse and lover.

Saturday 14 April - 7.30pm; Monday 16 April - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 17 April - 7.30pm

Phantom Thread (15)

Drama following renowned dressmaker, Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) and a young waitress he meets who becomes his muse and lover.

Monday 16 April - 10.30am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 17 April - 7.30pm

Lady Bird (15)

Golden Globe winning drama starring Saoirse Ronan as ‘Lady Bird,’ a teenager with a turbulent relationship with her mother.

Wednesday 18 Apr - 1.30pm