FILMS

Film Ticket Prices

Full Price £9.00; Concessions £8.50
Monday – Friday Daytime Full Price £8.00; Concessions £7.50
Family Film Offer – Selected films all tickets just £6!

Booking Fee 80p per ticket if booked online

Any film tickets booked online are subject to an additional 80p per ticket, with fees capped at maximum of £6 per transaction.  There are no booking fees charged for tickets booked over the phone or in person.

Different prices may apply for some special screenings. These will be clearly indicated on the individual film listing page.

Concessions are available, where specified, for children age 16 and under, senior citizens age 60+, and students in full time education.

CEA Companion Card holders can obtain a FREE ticket for a person accompanying them to film screenings and event cinema screenings.

(ST) Subtitles for those with hearing loss

AD))) Audio Description 

(RS) Relaxed Screening with an environment adapted to be more welcoming and accessible for those with additional needs.

For further details about access for those with disabilities or additional needs click here

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

One Life (12A)

*Mon 26 Feb 11.00am SOLD OUT* Anthony Hopkins and Johnny Flynn star in this drama telling the true story of British humanitarian Nicholas Winton, who helped to rescue 669 children from the Nazis as part of the British Committee for Refugees.

Friday 23 & Saturday 24 February - 7.30pm; Monday 26 February - 11.00am & 7.30pm

The Three Musketeers: Milady (12A)

The adventures of the musketeers continue in this lavish costume drama based on Alexandre Dumas’ classic novel. Join us before the screening at the French Language Café in The Foyer.

Thursday 29 February - 7.30pm

Maestro (15)

Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan star in this enthralling love story chronicling the relationship between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein.

Friday 1 March - 7.30pm; Monday 4 March - 11.00am & 7.30pm (ST); Tuesday 5 March - 7.30pm

Maestro (15)

Bradley Cooper and Carey Mulligan star in this enthralling love story chronicling the relationship between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein.

Monday 4 March - 11.00am & 7.30pm (ST); Tuesday 5 March - 7.30pm

The Zone of Interest (12A)

A haunting WWII drama focusing on Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Hoss and his wife as they strive to build a dream life in a house next to the camp. German with subtitles.

Wednesday 6 March - 2.00pm; Thursday 7 March - 7.30pm

The Zone of Interest (12A)

A haunting WWII drama focusing on Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Hoss and his wife as they strive to build a dream life in a house next to the camp. German with subtitles.

Thursday 7 March - 7.30pm

The Color Purple (12A)

A joyful new musical adaptation of Alice Walker’s classic story, following one woman’s journey from childhood trauma to independence.

Saturday 9 March - 7.30pm; Monday 11 March - 11.00am & 7.30pm

All of Us Strangers (15)

As a relationship develops between Adam (Andrew Scott) and his mysterious neighbour Harry (Paul Mescal), Adam becomes preoccupied with the past and finds himself drawn back to his childhood home.

Tuesday 12 March - 7.30pm

The Holdovers (15)

Paul Giamatti stars in this BAFTA winning comedy drama as a curmudgeonly teacher at a 1970s New England prep school forced to babysit students staying on campus over Christmas.

Wednesday 13 March - 7.30pm

Poor Things (18)

From the director of ‘The Favourite’, this drama follows the evolution of Bella Baxter (Emma Stone), a young woman brought back to life by an unorthodox scientist (Willem Dafoe).

Saturday 16 & Wednesday 20 March - 7.30pm

Vindication Swim (PG)

The inspirational story of Mercedes Gleitze, who in 1927 became the first British woman to swim the English Channel.

Monday 18 March - 11.00am & 7.30pm; Tuesday 19 March - 7.30pm

Poor Things (18)

From the director of ‘The Favourite’, this drama follows the evolution of Bella Baxter (Emma Stone), a young woman brought back to life by an unorthodox scientist (Willem Dafoe).

Wednesday 20 March - 7.30pm

Bob Marley: One Love (15)

A vibrant celebration of the life and music of an icon who inspired generations through his message of love and unity. Starring Kingsley Ben-Adir.

Friday 22 & Saturday 23 March - 7.30pm

Wonka (PG)

Join us again in a world of pure imagination! Based on Roald Dahl’s beloved character, Wonka tells the wondrous story of the world’s greatest chocolate-maker.

Monday 25 March - 11.00am & 7.30pm; Saturday 30 March - 2.00pm; Friday 5 April - 7.30pm

Migration (U)

Take flight into the thrill of the unknown with a funny, feathered family vacation like no other in this action-packed animated comedy. Tickets just £4!

Tuesday 26 March - 2.00pm; Thursday 28 March - 11.00am (RS)

Migration (U)

Take flight into the thrill of the unknown with a funny, feathered family vacation like no other in this action-packed animated comedy. Tickets just £4!

Thursday 28 March - 11.00am (RS)

The Promised Land (15)

Set in 1755, this drama stars Mads Mikkelsen as an impoverished retired army captain with a seemingly impossible goal to turn a wild Danish heath into habitable land. Danish with subtitles.

Thursday 28 March - 7.30pm

Argylle (12A)

This explosive action comedy from the team that brought us the Kingsman films follows an author of spy novels as she races across the world – accompanied by her cat Alfie – on a dangerous mission.

Friday 29 March - 2.00pm; Saturday 30 March - 7.30pm; Tuesday 2 April - 7.30pm (ST)

Wonka (PG)

Join us again in a world of pure imagination! Based on Roald Dahl’s beloved character, Wonka tells the wondrous story of the world’s greatest chocolate-maker.

Saturday 30 March - 2.00pm; Friday 5 April - 7.30pm

Argylle (12A)

This explosive action comedy from the team that brought us the Kingsman films follows an author of spy novels as she races across the world – accompanied by her cat Alfie – on a dangerous mission.

Saturday 30 March - 7.30pm; Tuesday 2 April - 7.30pm (ST)

The Jungle Bunch World Tour (U)

Join us for a heartwarming animated adventure as The Jungle Bunch race against the clock to find an antidote to the mysterious pink foam blanketing their home. Tickets £4!

Tuesday 2 April - 11.00am; Thursday 4 April - 2.00pm

Argylle (12A)

This explosive action comedy from the team that brought us the Kingsman films follows an author of spy novels as she races across the world – accompanied by her cat Alfie – on a dangerous mission.

Tuesday 2 April - 7.30pm (ST)

The Taste of Things (12A)

A delectable feast for the senses starring Juliette Binoche as a cook whose working relationship with a famous gourmet (Benoît Magimel) blossoms into romance. French with subtitles.

Thursday 4 April - 7.30pm; Monday 8 April - 11.00am & 7.30pm

Wonka (PG)

Join us again in a world of pure imagination! Based on Roald Dahl’s beloved character, Wonka tells the wondrous story of the world’s greatest chocolate-maker.

Friday 5 April - 7.30pm

The Boys in the Boat (12A)

This inspirational true story centres on a group of underdogs, the 1936 University of Washington rowing team, as they compete for gold at the Summer Olympics in Berlin.

Saturday 6 & Tuesday 9 April - 7.30pm