Cinema

Wonka (U)

Monday 20 May 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)

 

 

Focusing on a young Willy Wonka, prior to the events of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Wonka tells the wondrous story of how the world’s greatest inventor, magician and chocolate-maker became the beloved Willy Wonka we know today.

 

Starring Timothée Chalamet, Olivia Colman, Hugh Grant

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

Oppenheimer (15)

Monday 3 June 2024

7.00pm (bar opens 6.30pm)

 

OPPENHEIMER chronicles the life of J. Robert Oppenheimer, an American theoretical physicist who was pivotal in developing the first nuclear weapons as part of the Manhattan Project, and thereby ushering in the Atomic Age.

 

Starring Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Florence Pugh, Robert Downey Jr.

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

Exhibition on Screen: My National Gallery

Thursday 6 June 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)

 

Directed by Phil Grabsky and Ali Ray

The National Gallery of London is one of the world’s greatest art galleries. It is full of masterpieces, an endless resource of history, an endless source of stories. But whose stories are told? Which art has the most impact and on whom? The power of great art lies in its ability to communicate with anyone, no matter their art historical knowledge, their background, their beliefs.

This film gives voice to those whose lives have been touched by the Gallery – from security guard to director, everyday visitor to celebrities and members of the royal family. Claudia Winkleman, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, Jacqueline Wilson and HRH Princess Eugenie all let us in to their deeply personal connection with the National Gallery.

Each interviewee identifies the one artwork which means the most to them, with this diverse cross section of society making surprising choices of both well-known masterpieces and hidden gems. These stories are used as a lens through which to explore the 200-year history of the National Gallery and what the future may hold for this spectacular space.

Everyone in this film has a special connection to the National Gallery, making for some heart-warming, moving and surprising stories.
Beloved celebrities, devoted staff members and world class experts come together to paint a unique portrait of this iconic British institution for its 200th birthday.

Tickets £10 (Concessions £8)

Bob Marley: One Love (12a)

Monday 10 June 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)

 

BOB MARLEY: ONE LOVE celebrates the life and music of an icon who inspired generations through his message of love and unity. On the big screen for the first time, discover Bob’s powerful story of overcoming adversity and the journey behind his revolutionary music.

 

Starring Kingsley Ben-Adir, James Norton, Michael Gandolfini

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

A Haunting in Venice (12a)

Monday 17 June 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)

 

A Haunting in Venice” is set in eerie, post-World War II Venice on All Hallows’ Eve and is a terrifying mystery featuring the return of the celebrated sleuth, Hercule Poirot. Now retired and living in self-imposed exile in the world’s most glamorous city, Poirot reluctantly attends a séance at a decaying, haunted palazzo. When one of the guests is murdered, the detective is thrust into a sinister world of shadows and secrets.

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

The Holdovers (15)

Monday 24 June 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)

 

A curmudgeonly instructor at a New England prep school remains on campus during Christmas break to babysit a handful of students with nowhere to go. He soon forms an unlikely bond with a brainy but damaged troublemaker, and with the school’s head cook, a woman who just lost a son in the Vietnam War.

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

Anatomy of a Fall (15)

Thursday 27 June 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)

In this Palme d’Or-winning psychological thriller, a celebrated writer is put on trial when her husband falls to his death from their secluded chalet. What starts as a murder investigation soon becomes a gripping journey into the depths of a destructive marriage.

 

Starring Sandra Hüller, Swann Arlaud, Milo Machado Graner

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

Poor Things (18)

Thursday 4 July 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)

From filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos and producer Emma Stone comes the incredible tale and fantastical evolution of Bella Baxter (Stone), a young woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist Dr. Godwin Baxter (Willem Dafoe). Under Baxter’s protection, Bella is eager to learn. Hungry for the worldliness she is lacking, Bella runs off with Duncan Wedderburn (Mark Ruffalo), a slick and debauched lawyer, on a whirlwind adventure across the continents. Free from the prejudices of her times, Bella grows steadfast in her purpose to stand for equality and liberation.

 

Starring Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo, Willem Dafoe

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

Barbie (12)

Monday 8 July 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)

Barbie and Ken are having the time of their lives in the colourful and seemingly perfect world of Barbie Land. However, when they get a chance to go to the real world, they soon discover the joys and perils of living among humans.

 

Starring Ryan Gosling, Margot Robbie, Will Ferrell, Emma Mackey

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)

Wicked Little Letters (15)

Monday 15 July 2024

7.30pm (bar opens 6.30pm)

A 1920s English seaside town bears witness to a dark, absurd scandal in this riotous mystery comedy. Based on a stranger-than-fiction true story, “Wicked Little Letters” follows two neighbours: deeply-conservative local Edith Swan (Olivia Colman) and rowdy Irish migrant Rose Gooding (Jessie Buckley). When Edith and fellow residents start to receive wicked letters full of unintentionally hilarious profanities, foul-mouthed Rose is charged with the crime. The anonymous letters prompt a national uproar, and a trial ensues. However, as the town’s women, led by Police Officer Gladys Moss (Anjana Vasan), begin to investigate the crime themselves, they suspect that something is amiss and Rose might not be the culprit after all.


Starring Olivia Colman, Timothy Spall, Hugh Skinner

Tickets £5 (Concessions £4)