Mrs Harris Goes to Paris (2022) (PG)

Monday 4 December 2023

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)


In partnership with the House of Dior, Mrs Harris Goes To Paris tells the story of a widowed cleaning lady in 1950s London who falls madly in love with a couture Dior dress, and decides that she must have one of her own. After she works, starves and gambles to raise the funds to pursue her dream, she embarks on an adventure to Paris which will change not only her own outlook, but the very future of the House of Dior.


Starring Lesley Manville, Lucas Bravo, Jason Isaacs, Lambert Wilson

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

A Christmas Carol (1984) (U)

Monday 11 December 2023

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)


In this atmospheric adaptation (filmed in Shrewsbury in 1984) of Charles Dickens’ classic, “A Christmas Carol,” Ebenezer Scrooge (George C Scott) learns the true meaning of Christmas when the Ghosts of Christmases Past, Present and Future visit him.


Starring George C. Scott, Frank Finlay, Angela Pleasence, Edward Woodward, Michael Carter

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

Allelujah (12a)

Monday 8 January 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)



Allelujah is a warm and deeply moving story about surviving old age.


When the geriatric ward in a small Yorkshire hospital is threatened with closure, the hospital decides to fight back. The film celebrates the spirit of the elderly patients whilst paying tribute to the deep humanity of the medical staff battling with limited resources and ever-growing demand.


Starring David Bradley, Judi Dench, Jennifer Saunders

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (12a)

Monday 15 January 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)



Experience the return of legendary hero, Indiana Jones, in the fifth instalment of this beloved swashbuckling series of films.


Finding himself in a new era, approaching retirement, Indy wrestles with fitting into a world that seems to have outgrown him. But as the tentacles of an all-too-familiar evil return in the form of an old rival, Indy must don his hat and pick up his whip once more to make sure an ancient and powerful artefact doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.


Starring Harrison Ford, Karen Allen, Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

Winter's Bone (15)

Thursday 18 January 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)



Life in Missouri’s desolate Ozark Mountains is tough, especially for resourceful Ree Dolly, who must look after her younger siblings as their mother is incapable and her father, Jessup, is continually absent, making and dealing crystal meth.


When it emerges that Jessup has put their house up as bail, Ree sets out to find him. She delves deep into his shadowy world and confronts violent, unstable characters, not least her uncle, Teardrop before the film comes to its final, haunting, climax. With the pace and intrigue of a mystery thriller, Lawrence’s indomitable performance as a dogged young woman pushed to breaking point has her tipped for Oscar glory.


Starring Jennifer Lawrence, John Hawkes and Garret Dillahunt

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

My Sailor, My Love (12)

Monday 22 January 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)



My Sailor, My Love is a heart-warming drama on timeless love and forgiveness by Director Klaus Härö.


Howard, a retired sailor and widow, lives in a house by the sea. His adult daughter Grace hires a carer for her father, a lady in her mature years, Annie. Recluse and stubborn, Howard rejects Annie’s company, but eventually opens his heart and gives his last love a chance. Grace has her own crisis to unravel and finds her father’s romance difficult. Her father’s new love reminds her of the affection she missed, as a child and now again as an adult. My Sailor My Love is a story about a guilt-affected daughter-father relationship. But it’s also a love story between two elderly people, proving that a new beginning is never too late.

Starring James Cosmo, Brid Brennan, Catherine Walker

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

National Theatre Live: Dear England

Thursday 25 January 2024

7.00pm (bar opens 6.30pm)


A new play by James Graham, directed by Rupert Goold


Joseph Fiennes dazzles as manager Gareth Southgate in the gripping Dear England, filmed live on stage in London.


Gareth Southgate has brought hope back to the England squad but with the nation’s expectations upon his shoulders, what happens when football doesn’t come home?


The country that gave the world football has since delivered a painful pattern of loss. Why can’t England’s men win at their own game?
With the worst track record for penalties in the world, Gareth Southgate knows he needs to open his mind and face up to the years of hurt to take team and country back to the promised land.

Tickets £10 (Concessions £8)

A Man Called Otto (15)

Monday 29 January 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)



Based on the comical and moving #1 New York Times Bestseller, A Man Called Otto tells the story of Otto Anderson, a grumpy widower who is very set in his ways.


When a lively young family moves in next door, he meets his match in quick-witted and very pregnant Marisol, leading to an unlikely friendship that will turn his world upside-down. Experience a funny, heartwarming story about how some families come from the most unexpected places.


Starring Tom Hanks, Rachel Keller, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

Book Club - The Next Chapter (12a)

Monday 5 February 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)



Follow the new journey of four best friends who take their book club to Italy for the fun girls trip they never had.


When things go off the rails and secrets are revealed, their relaxing vacation turns into a once-in-a-lifetime cross-country adventure.


Starring Candice Bergen, Jane Fonda, Diane Keaton, Mary Steenburgen

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

La Fille Sur Le Pont (15)

Thursday 8 February 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)



One chilly night, on a Paris bridge, a girl leans out over the Seine with tears in her eyes, contemplating the icy waters below.


Suddenly, a stranger with a penetrating gaze emerges out of the darkness, a man who will change her life. It is Gabor, a once brilliant but now fading performer in need of a partner. He has set his sights on this luckless but oddly alluring Adele, a girl with nowhere to go who is shifting nervously on the edge of a decision.


Starring Vanessa Paradis, Daniel Auteuil, Demetre Georgalas

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

Asteroid City (12a)

Monday 19 February 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)



Following a writer on his world famous fictional play about a grieving father, who travels with his tech-obsessed family to small rural Asteroid City, to compete in a stargazing event.


Only to have his world view disrupted forever.


Starring Jason Schwartzman, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Hanks

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

National Theatre Live: Vanya

Thursday 22 February 2024

7.00pm (bar opens 6.30pm)



Adapted by Simon Stephens, after Anton Chekhov
Directed by Sam Yates
Designed by Rosanna Vize


Andrew Scott (Fleabag) brings multiple characters to life in Simon Stephens’ (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) radical new version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya.


Hopes, dreams, and regrets are thrust into sharp focus in this one-man adaptation which explores the complexities of human emotions.


Filmed live during its sold-out run in London’s West End, Vanya will be playing exclusively in cinemas in 2024.

Tickets £10 (Concessions £8)

Gone To Earth (PG)

Monday 26 February 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)


Based on Mary Webb’s tale – a beautiful, superstitious, animal-loving Gypsy (Jennifer Jones) is hotly desired by a fox-hunting squire…even after she marries a clergyman.



In 1949 Much Wenlock was transformed into the set for this film. (Did you know? The choir was the real choir from the local Methodist chapel. When he heard them singing, director Michael Powell said they were too good and he wanted them to sound “more ragged, like a choir of country folk” only to be told “but we ARE country folk, Mr. Powell.”



Starring Jennifer Jones, David Farrar, Cyril Cusak

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

The Great Escaper (12a)

Monday 4 March 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)

In the summer of 2014, the 70th Anniversary of the D-Day Landings, octogenarian Bernie Jordan made global headlines.


He’d staged a “great escape” from his care home to join fellow war veterans on a beach in Normandy, commemorating their fallen comrades. It was a story that captured the imagination of the world – Bernie seemed to embody the defiant, “can-do” spirit of a generation that was fast disappearing. But of course, it wasn’t the whole story. It was the story we all tell ourselves to make war and old age bearable. The bitter-sweet script explores the reality with wit and a very big heart. Bernie’s adventure, spanning a mere 48 hours, also marked the culmination of his 60-year marriage to Irene – the story celebrates their love without sentimentality and with an eye to the lessons we can all learn from the Greatest Generation.


Starring Michael Caine, Glenda Jackson, John Standing

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

The Electrical Life of Louis Wain (12)

Monday 11 March 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)


The true story of eccentric British artist Louis Wain, whose playful, psychedelic pictures transformed the public’s perception of cats forever.


Set in the early 1900s, we follow Wain as he seeks to unlock the “electrical” mysteries of the world and, in so doing, to better understand his own life and the profound love he shared with his wife Emily Richardson.


Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Claire Foy and Andrea Riseborough

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

She Said (15)

Thursday 14 March 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)


New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor break one of the most important stories in a generation – a story that helped ignite a movement and shattered decades of silence around the subject of sexual assault in Hollywood.


Starring Carey Mulligan, Zoe Kazan, Patricia Clarkson

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)