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Show times:

Friday 1st December - 8:45 pm
Saturday 2nd December - 6:00 pm
Sunday 3rd December - 2:15 pm
Wednesday 6th December - 8:45 pm
Director: Taika Waititi.
Starring: Chris Hemsworth, Cate Blanchett, Tom Hiddleston, Mark Ruffalo.
USA 2017. 130 mins.

Hammerless and imprisoned on the far side of the universe, Thor finds himself in a race against time to prevent Asgard’s destruction at the hands of Hela, the goddess of death. But to get home he first must win a gladiatorial duel against an old friend: the Hulk. Contains moderate fantasy violence.

LOVING VINCENT (12A) Plus Recorded Q&A

Show times:

Friday 1st December - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 6th December - 2:30 pm, 6:00 pm
Q&A hosted by Jason Solomons. Panel features Hugh Welchman, Douglas Booth, Helen McCrory, Ivan Mactaggart and Sarah Wimperis.
Directors: Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman.
Starring: Douglas Booth, Jerome Flynn, Saoirse Ronan, Helen McCrory, Chris O’Dowd.
UK/Poland 2017. 137 mins.

This fully painted feature film sets out to explore the life and controversial death of Vincent van Gogh as told by his paintings and by the characters that inhabit them. Contains suicide theme, infrequent moderate sex and injury detail.


Show times:

Saturday 2nd December - 3:30 pm
Directors: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee.
Voices: Kristen Bell, Josh Gad.
USA 2013. 108 mins.

Inspired by The Snow Queen, this delightful children’s animation has not one but two princesses. The intrepid Anna goes on a quest to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have thrown their kingdom into eternal winter.  


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Saturday 2nd December - 8:45 pm
Director: Armando Iannucci.
Starring: Steve Buscemi, Jeffrey Tambor, Simon Russell Beale, Michael Palin, Jason Isaacs.
France/UK 2017. 107 mins.

In the days following Stalin’s collapse, the dictator’s underlings tussle for control. Some want positive political change; others have more sinister motives. Their one common trait? They’re all just desperate to stay alive.


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Sunday 3rd December - 5:00 pm
Tuesday 5th December - 8:45 pm
Director: Luca Guadagnino.
Starring: Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg.
Italy/France/Brazil/USA 2017. 132 mins. English, and Italian and French with English subtitles.

Luca Guadagnino’s latest film is a sublime coming-of-age romance set on the sun-kissed Italian Riviera that evokes the universal agony and ecstasy of first love. During the shimmering summer of 1983, precocious ItalianAmerican teenager Elio spends his days at his family’s seventeenthcentury villa studying music and flirting with his friend Marzia. When the much older Oliver (Hammer) arrives to study with his historian father, however, Elio’s romantic ambitions develop in a very different direction. 


Show times:

Sunday  3rd December - 7:45 pm
Tuesday 5th December - 8:45 pm
Director: Joseph Kosinski.
Starring: Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Jeff Bridges, James Badge Dale, Taylor Kitsch, Jennifer Connelly.
USA 2017. 133 mins.

Josh Brolin, Jeff Bridges and Miles Teller star in a drama based on the true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, an elite crew of firefighters who battled the Yarnell Hill Fire in Arizona in June 2013. Their unique brotherhood would come into sharp focus with that one fateful blaze. Contains moderate threat, drug misuse, bereavement scenes and strong language.


Show times:

Friday 8th December - 6:00 pm
Monday 11th December - 8:30 pm 
Director: Yorgos Lanthimos.
Starring: Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Barry Keoghan.
UK/Ireland 2017. 121 mins.

A fatal mistake made by a cardiac surgeon on the operating table comes back to haunt him in terrifying fashion after he takes an insidious young man under his wing. Black humour, horror and classical tragedy collide in the second English-language feature from absurdist Greek auteur Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster). 


Show times:

Friday 8th December - 8:30 pm 
Saturday 9th December - 6:00 pm 
Wednesday 13th December - 8:30 pm
Directors: John Lucas, Scott Moore.
Starring: Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Susan Sarandon.
USA/China 2017. 104 mins.

Three put-upon mothers decide to ‘take back Christmas’ for themselves. Unfortunately, their own mums turn up with a different idea. After comedy hits Bad Moms and Office Christmas Party, John Lucas and Scott Moore have now brilliantly combined the two and the consequences couldn’t get much wilder than this.


Show times:

Sunday 10th December - 7:45 pm
Monday 11th December - 6:00 pm
Tuesday 12th December - 8:30 pm
Wednesday 13th December - 6:00 pm
Director: Kenneth Branagh.
Starring: Kenneth Branagh, Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe.
USA/Malta 2017. 114 mins.

A lavish train ride unfolds into a stylish and suspenseful mystery. Based on the novel by Agatha Christie, Murder On The Orient Express tells the story of thirteen stranded strangers and one magnificently moustachioed sleuth’s race to solve a murder before the killer strikes again. Sir Kenneth Branagh stars as Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. Contains moderate violence and occasional bloody images.


Show times:

Tuesday 12th December - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 13th December - 2:30 pm

Director: Cédric Jiminez.
Starring: Jason Clarke, Jack O’Connell, Jack Reynor.
France/UK/Belgium/USA 2017. 120 mins.

Based on Laurent Binet’s prize-winning novel HHhH, director Cédric Jiminez’s take on Reinhard Heydrich is a nuanced portrait of the most ruthless of Hitler’s high-ranking officials. The brutality of his reign over occupied Czechoslovakia led to the plot for his assassination by two Czech resistance fighter (O’Connell and Reynor) and its terrible consequences. Heydrich is played with a dark intensity by Jason Clarke and Rosamund Pike is Lina Heydrich.


Show times:

Thursday 14th December - 12.01 am, 6:00 pm, 9:00 pm
Friday 15th December - 6:00 pm, 9:00 pm
Saturday 16th December - 2:00 pm, 5:15 pm, 8:30 pm 
Sunday 17th December - 1:30 pm, 4:45 pm, 8:00 pm 
Monday 18th December - 6:00 pm, 9:00 pm
Tuesday 19th December - 6:00 pm, 9:00 pm
Wednesday 20th December - 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm, 8:45 pm
Thursday 21st December - 2:00 pm, 5:15 pm, 8:30 pm
Friday 22nd December - 2:00 pm, 5:15 pm, 8:30 pm
Saturday 23rd December - 1:15 pm, 4:30 pm 
Sunday 24th December - 1:15 pm, 4:30 pm
Tuesday 26th December - 4:15 pm, 7:30 pm
Wednesday 27th December - 1:45 pm, 4:30 pm, 7:45 pm
Thursday 28th December - 1:45 pm, 5:00 pm, 8:15 pm
Director: Rian Johnson.
Starring: Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac.
USA 2017. TBC mins

“This is not going to go the way you think.” Luke Skywalker’s weighty words seem like a mantra for The Last Jedi. Rian Johnson’s vision promises to take the Skywalker saga in very unexpected and exciting new directions, delving deep into the mythology of the Force and challenging Star Wars heroes old and new. The late Carrie Fisher is confirmed to play a major role, but the film’s beating heart is the relationship between Rey (Ridley) and Luke (Hamill). The young scavenger finally comes face to face with the Jedi master, but he’s not the man she was expecting to find. Why did Luke go into exile? Why is Rey so strong with the Force? Find out in the event movie of the year.


Show times:

Friday 22nd December - 11:30 am
Saturday 23rd December - 11:00 am
Sunday 24th December - 11:00 am
Tuesday 26th December - 2:00 pm
Wednesday 27th December - 11 am
Thursday 28th December - 11:15 am
Friday 29th December - 1:00 pm, 3:30 pm
Saturday 30th December - 1:00 pm, 3:30 pm
Sunday 31st December - 1:00 pm
Monday 1st January - 2:30 pm
Tuesday 2nd January  - 3:30 pm, 8:30 pm
Wednesday 3rd January - 6:00 pm
Thursday 4th January - 6:00 pm 
Director: Paul King.
Starring: Ben Wishaw, Sally Hawkins, Hugh Bonneville, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Peter Capaldi.
UK/France 2017. 103 mins.

The warmhearted, accident-prone bear from deepest, darkest Peru returns with a second helping of his endearing brand of goodnatured mischief. Happily settled in Windsor Gardens, Paddington takes on a variety of odd jobs to raise enough money to buy a very special book for his beloved Aunt Lucy’s 100th birthday. But when the precious book is stolen, Paddington and the Browns have to track down the culprit. Ben Wishaw again voices the lovable if hapless furry character, while Hugh Bonneville and Sally Hawkins reprise their roles as his surrogate parents, Mr and Mrs Brown. Director/co-writer Paul King returns to ensure consistent appeal, and even adds some new characters to the fun, including Hugh Grant as a vain, fading actor and Brendan Gleeson’s fearsome safecracker.


Show times:

Friday 29th December - 8:45 pm
Saturday 30th December - 6:00 pm
Thursday 4th January - 8:30 pm
Director: Zack Snyder.
Starring: Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Henry Cavill, Ray Fisher.
USA 2017. 120 mins.

Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash come together for the first time in the big-screen debut of DC’s Justice League. Inspired by Superman’s sacrifice, Bruce Wayne and Diana Prince bring together a team of metahumans to help them save the planet from a new extra-terrestrial threat. Contains moderate fantasy violence.


Show times:

Friday 29th December - 6:00 pm
Saturday 30th December - 8:45 pm
Monday 1st January - 5:00 pm
Wednesday 3rd January - 2:30pm
Directors: Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris.
Starring: Emma Stone, Steve Carell, Andrea Riseborough, Elisabeth Shue.
UK/USA 2017. 121 mins.

In the wake of the sexual revolution and the rise of the women’s movement, the 1973 tennis match between women’s champion Billie Jean King (Stone) and former men’s number one and serial hustler Bobby Riggs (Carell) became one of the most watched televised sports events of all time. As their rivalry intensified in the media glare, both King and Riggs fought complex battles in their private lives. Together, they served up a cultural spectacle that resonated far beyond the tennis court. Contains infrequent moderate sex.


Show times:

Sunday 31st January - 3:30 pm
Tuesday 2nd January - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 3rd January - 8:30 pm
Director: Stephen Chbosky.
Starring: Jacob Tremblay, Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson.
USA 2017. 113 mins.

In this adaptation of R. J. Palacio’s bestselling children’s novel of the same name, breakout star Jacob Tremblay (Room) delivers a masterful performance as Auggie Pullman, a young boy born with a facial deformity who tries to fit in at a new school. Philosophical about the stares and bullying meted out by his peers, Auggie is determined to persuade his taunting schoolmates that the old adage ‘beauty is only skin deep’ remains true, while his fiercely supportive parents (Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson in standout performances) do their utmost to ease his difficult passage through fifth grade and beyond. Well versed in the subtleties of youth-based emotional drama, director Chbosky (The Perks Of Being A Wallflower) does a fine job empathising with Auggie’s dilemma, but ultimately it’s Tremblay’s film.


Show times:

Saturday 9th December - 12.45 
Director: Brian Henson.
Starring: Michael Caine.
USA 1992. 86 mins.

Scrooge (Michael Caine) reluctantly gives Bob Cratchit (Kermit the Frog) a day off for Christmas. Led by The Great Gonzo as Charles Dickens, all your favourite Muppet regulars deliver plenty of seasonal family fun.


Show times:

Saturday 9th December - 8.30 
Director: John McTiernan.
Starring: Bruce Willis, Bonnie Bedelia.
USA 1988. 132 mins.

New York City cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) wants to spend Christmas with his estranged wife, but terrorist Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman) has other ideas. Die Hard is surely the ultimate alternative Christmas flick: yippee-ki-yay, Father Christmas!


Show times:

Sunday 10th December, 5.00 pm 
Director: Frank Capra.
Starring: James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Henry Travers.
USA 1946. 130 mins.

One of the most popular and enduring films ever made, Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life is a gloriously sentimental testament to homely small-town moral values. Masterfully crafted, the film opens with angels discussing George Bailey (Stewart), a man so beset with problems that he contemplates suicide. As George prepares to jump from a bridge, his guardian angel intervenes and shows him how badly Bedford Falls would have turned out without his good deeds.