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We screen a fantastic variety of films, including the biggest releases, world cinema, indie, arthouse, documentaries, NT Live screenings and Exhibition on Screen.
Our films are screened in our auditorium with tiered, comfortable seating, great sound and no restricted views. Food and drink can be ordered from our cafe bar and taken into the cinema.

Tickets are £7.50 (£6 under 16s / full time students at the box office only)  
Enjoy a FREE tea or coffee with Thursday 11am screenings.
CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? (CERT 15)
Tue, 23 Jul 2019
Oscar® nominee Melissa McCarthy forges a magnificent performance in this shaggy, melancholic true story of the best-selling celebrity biographer Lee Israel, who found an unlikely new source of income as a literary forger.
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THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING (CERT PG)
Fri, 26 Jul 2019
A group of ordinary kids embark on an extraordinary adventure to try and defeat the medieval sorceress, Morgana – with the help of a legendary sword and a remarkable wizard. A fantasy adventure film starring Rebecca Ferguson, Louis Ashbourne Serkis and Patrick Stewart.
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THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS (CERT 12A)
TUE, 30 JUL 2019
Prepare to pick your jaw up off the floor as you learn about Bobby, Eddy and David. The astonishing true story of three 19-year-old men who make the chance discovery that they were identical triplets separated at birth and adopted by different parents.
AT ETERNITY'S GATE (CERT 12A)
THU, 1 AUG 2019
Willem Dafoe delivers a shattering Oscar-nominated performance as the great post-impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh. A kaleidoscopic and immersive film about being alive and reaching, through art, for the eternal.
THE WOUND (CERT 15)
TUE, 6 AUG 2019
Confined to a camp in the mountains of the Eastern Cape, teenage boys undergo Ukwaluka, an initiation ritual which is a rite of passage. Factory worker Xolani, played by openly gay South African singer/songwriter Nakhane Touré, returns to the camp for the annual ritual and reconnects with his childhood friend. When he is chosen to mentor a confident young man, suspicions are raised about Xolani’s sexuality which could have devastating consequences. As the characters deny and suppress who they are and who they love, violence and frustration are unleashed.
THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHER (CERT 15)
THU, 8 AUG 2019
Maggie Gyllenhaal gives the performance of her career as Lisa, a bored kindergarten teacher who becomes fascinated by a five-year-old's budding poetic genius, but her determination to nurture it sets her on a dangerous - and desperate - path.

Lisa is fed up with her career, her oblivious husband, and teenage kids. When she discovers a young child in her class may be a poetic prodigy (not to mention a ticket out of her mundane life), she is convinced his is a once-in-a-generation talent, and becomes obsessed to do whatever it takes to help it grow - even if it destroys her life...
A PRIVATE WAR (CERT 15)
WED, 11 SEP 2019 - THU, 12 SEP 2019
Matthew Heineman (Cartel Land, City of Ghosts) makes his dramatic debut with this gritty and unflinching biopic of the late Sunday Times war correspondent Marie Colvin, starring Rosamund Pike.
WE THE ANIMALS (CERT 12A)
TUE, 17 SEP 2019
Documentarian Jeremiah Zagar’s debut narrative feature is a fluid, dream-like adaptation of Justin Torres’ best-selling autobiographical novel about a mixed-race family with three inseparable young sons in upstate New York.
RED JOAN (CERT 12A)
THU, 19 SEP 2019
Eighty-year-old Joan (Judi Dench) is beyond anyone’s suspicion when she is arrested for treason, accused of having passed state secrets to the KGB for forty years.
AMAZING GRACE (CERT U)
TUE, 24 SEP 2019
Almost 50 years after technical issues scuppered its original release, Sydney Pollack’s concert film about Aretha Franklin’s legendary gospel album Amazing Grace finally makes it to the big screen, and is already being hailed as one of the finest music documentaries ever made.

Shot over two nights in January 1972 at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles, the film shows a then 30-year-old Franklin return to her gospel roots. The resulting album, Amazing Grace, sold more than 2m copies in the US and remains the highest selling live gospel album of all time, as well as one of Franklin’s bestselling albums.
MOTHERLOAD (CERT U)
TUE, 1 OCT 2019
On her quest for a deeper connection in an increasingly isolated and digital world, director Liz Canning found an answer in cargo bikes. MOTHERLOAD shares this experience while exploring sustainability, consumption, and how something as simple as a bike can reshape ideas about transportation and freedom.

Screening in partnership with Spindles & Transcoco
MCQUEEN (CERT 15)
TUE, 8 OCT 2019
Mirroring the savage beauty, boldness and vivacity of its subject’s designs, this intimate documentary tells the remarkable story of ground-breaking fashion designer Alexander (Lee) McQueen. Featuring personal archives extending back to the earliest days of his career as well as never before seen home movies and interviews, this is a vivid portrait of a tortured, but inspired, artist.

A Peacock Arts Trail film screening.
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