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Show times:

Saturday 7th July - 1:00 PM
Sunday 8th July - 2:45 PM
Director: Raja Gosnell.
Starring/Voices: Will Arnett, Natasha Lyonee, Alan Cumming.
UK/USA 2018. 92 mins.

A partly-animated comedy about Max, a no-nonsense police Rottweiler and an FBI officer called Frank (Arnett) who are charged with the unlikely task of finding a missing panda. Finding themselves undercover at a celebrated dog show, they meet lots of other doggie personalities, including a toy spaniel called Philippe (voiced by Stanley Tucci), a perky pug called Sprinkles (Gabriel Iglesias) and a haughty Yorkie named Dante.  

FUNNY COW (15)  

Show times:

Saturday 7th July - 8:30 PM
Wednesday 11th July - 6:00 PM
Director: Adrian Shergold.
Starring: Maxine Peake, Stephen Graham, Paddy Considine.
UK 2017. 103 mins.

Working-class comic (Maxine Peake) takes on the sexist northern working men’s clubs of the 1970s and ’80s with her feisty act ‘Funny Cow’. Using comedy as an escape from her own personal tragedies, she is determined to make a name for herself in a tough and gritty world. 


Show times:

Friday 29th June - 6:00 pm, 8:45 pm
Saturday 30th June - 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm, 8:45 pm
Sunday 1st July - 2:00 pm, 7:45 pm
Monday 2nd July - 6:00 pm
Tuesday 3rd July - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 4th July - 8:30 pm
Thursday 5th July - 8:15 pm
Saturday 7th July - 3:15 PM
Sunday 8th July - 7:30 PM
Wednesday 11th July - 8:15 PM
Director: J. A. Bayona.
Starring: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, B. D. Wong, Toby Jones, Jeff Goldblum.
USA 2018. 128 mins.

When the dormant volcano on the Isla Nublar roars to life, Claire (Howard) and Owen (Pratt) return to the abandoned theme park to rescue the remaining dinosaurs. But their expedition leads them to the heart of a conspiracy that threatens all mankind. Leaning heavily into director J. A. Bayona’s horror-genre roots, this disaster-movie sequel to 2015’s Jurassic World delivers plenty of spine-tinglingly scary moments. Contains moderate threat, occasional bloody moments and action violence. 


Show Times:

Saturday 7th July - 6:00 PM
Sunday 8th July - 5:00 PM
Monday 9th July - 8:15 PM
Tuesday 10th July - 8:15 PM
Wednesday 11th July - 2:30 PM
Thursday 12th July - 6:00 PM

Director: Isabel Coixet.
Starring: Emily Mortimer, Bill Nighy, Patricia Clarkson.
Spain/UK/Germany 2017. 113 mins.

Based on Penelope Fitzgerald’s 1978 novel, The Bookshop sees a small English town in 1959 stirred up by newcomer Florence Green (Mortimer) when she opens a bookshop in a derelict property. Local busy-body Mrs Gamart (Clarkson) uses her connections to ensure that Florence’s fortunes dwindle. But the reclusive, book-loving Mr Brundish (Nighy), takes Florence’s side and the pair strike up an alliance. 


Show times:

Tuesday 10th July - 6:00 PM
Director: Paolo Virzì.
Starring: Helen Mirren, Donald Sutherland, Janel Moloney.
Italy/France 2017. 112 mins.

Determined to live their last days as they choose, an elderly couple, John and Ella (Sutherland and Mirren), disappear from their Massachusetts home, without telling a soul. Rather than fall in with their children’s plans for spending their dotage in a care home, the pair set off on one last, crazy trip 


Show times:

Thursday 12th July - 8:30 PM
Director: Finlay Pretsell.
Featuring: David Millar, Thomas Dekker.
UK 2017. 81 mins.

Capturing the highs and the lows, Time Trial is asensory ride through the thrill and hardship of professional cycling. David Millar, the only British rider to have won all of the Tour de France jerseys, bluntly and fearlessly narrates his last season in the saddle. Pioneering camerawork captures the feel of the race, providing an immersive experience that’s as close to the reality of competing as you’ll ever see on film. 

DEADPOOL 2 (15) 

Show times:

Friday 13th July - 8:30 PM
Director: David Leitch.
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, Julian Dennison.
USA 2018. 119 mins.

Marvel’s irreverent anti-hero returns for another meta episode of bloody violence and superhero satire. Ryan Reynolds squeezes back into the red spandex as Deadpool, who assembles a rag-tag team of mutants to protect a young tearaway (Dennison) from a bionic timetraveller called Cable (Brolin). Expect chimichangas, new X-Men and more motor-mouthed shenanigans. 

OCEAN’S 8 (12A) 

Show times:

Friday 13th July - 6:00 PM
Saturday 14th July - 8:45  PM
Sunday 15th July - 5:15 PM
Monday 16th July - 8:30 PM
Tuesday 17th July - 8:30 PM
Wednesday 18th July - 2:30 PM
Thursday 19th July - 8:15 PM
Director: Gary Ross.
Starring: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway.
USA 2018. 110 mins.

An all-female extravaganza sees Sandra Bullock (The Blind Side), Cate Blanchett (Elizabeth) and Anne Hathaway (Les Misérables) come together in Gary Ross’s star-studded spin-off of Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s trilogy. Following release from prison, Debbie Ocean (Bullock) recruits a crew of eight women to carry out an unbelievably ambitious heist at New York City’s annual Gala where all eyes are on celebrity Daphne Kluger’s (Hathaway) $150-million necklace. Contains infrequent strong language, drug misuse and sex references. 


Show times:

Saturday 14th July - 3:00 PM 
Directors: Ron Clements, John Musker.
Voices: Auli’i Cravalho, Dwayne Johnson, Rachel House.
USA 2016. 113 mins.

Sing along to this delightful family film. On the island of Motuni in the South Pacific lives teenager Moana (Cravalho), last in a long line of navigators. Encouraged by her grandma (House), Moana sets off to sea in search of a mysterious island, accompanied by a spiky demigod (Johnson) and a pet rooster. This visually stunning work adds music and humour to the tale of an unlikely but endearing friendship. 


Show times:

Saturday 14th July - 5:30 PM

Directors: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo.
Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Josh Brolin, Mark Ruffalo, Tom Hiddleston, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth.
USA 2018. 149 mins.

Ten years. Eighteen films. One cinematic journey. Everything that’s come before in Marvel’s acclaimed superhero saga has been building to this: a thrilling ensemble piece that unites a universe. The Avengers, scattered and divided after the events of Captain America: Civil War, must rally to confront the intergalactic warlord Thanos (Josh Brolin), who’s hell-bent on collecting the six Infinity Stones he needs to bend reality to his will. Contains moderate violence and threat.


Show times:

Sunday 15th July - 7:45 PM
Tuesday 17th July - 6:00 PM
Director: Dominic Cooke.
Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Billy Howle, Anne-Marie Duff, Adrian Scarborough, Emily Watson, Samuel West.
UK 2017. 110 mins.

On Chesil Beach is a heartfelt and heartbreaking drama about two young lovers, Edward (Howle) and Florence (Ronan), and how their unexpressed misunderstandings and fears shape the rest of their lives. 


Show times:

Thursday 19th July - 6:00 PM
Director: Bill Holderman.
Starring: Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Mary Steenburgen.
USA 2018. 104 mins.

The lives of these four lifelong friends are turned upside down after they read the infamous novel Fifty Shades Of Grey, catapulting them into a series of outrageous life choices. Contains moderate sex references, innuendo and infrequent strong language. 


Show times:

Friday 20th July - 6:00 PM
Saturday 21st July - 7:45 PM
Sunday 22nd July - 5:00 PM
Monday 23rd July - 8:15 PM
Tuesday 24th July - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 25th July - 2:30 PM, 6:00 PM
Thursday 26th July - 6:00 PM 
Director: Oliver Parker.
Starring: Rob Brydon, Rupert Graves, Jane Horrocks, Charlotte Riley.
UK 2018. 97 mins.

Rob Brydon pulls on a pair of skin-tight speedos to head up this hilarious, fun-loving flick. A mid-life crisis leads unlucky-in-love Eric (Brydon) to the local pool where he plunges into the all-male synchronised-swimming scene to win back his wife (Horrocks). Newfound confidence grows and friendships blossom as the team give everything they’ve got to master ‘the flower’ and ‘the spinning circle’. Laugh-out-loud from the get go. Contains infrequent strong language and moderate sex references. 


Show times:

Friday 20th July - 8:15 PM
Saturday 21st July - 5:00 PM
Sunday 22nd July - 7:15 PM
Tuesday 24th July - 8:15 PM
Thursday 26th July - 8:15 PM

Director: Stefano Sollima.
Starring: Benicio del Toro, Josh Brolin, Isabela Moner.
USA/Italy 2018. 122 mins.

Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin reprise their roles in a spin-off from Denis Villeneuve’s 2015 thriller Sicario. Given carte blanche to take down the Mexican drug lords, federal agent Graver (Brolin) turns to hitman Alejandro (del Toro) to start a war between rival cartels. But after the kidnap of a kingpin’s daughter goes awry, Alejandro goes rogue to protect the girl from forces from both sides of the border. 


Show times:

Saturday 21st July - 2:30 PM
Thursday 26th July - 4:00 PM

Director: John Stevenson.
Voices: Emily Blunt, Johnny Depp, James McAvoy.
UK/USA 2018. 86 mins.

When Gnomeo (McAvoy) and Juliet (Blunt) find that their family and friends have vanished they call upon Sherlock Gnomes (Depp) and Watson (Chiwetel Ejiofor) to help crack the case. 


Show times:

Monday 23rd July - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 25th July -  8:15 PM
Director: Rupert Everett.
Starring: Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, Emily Watson.
Germany/Belgium/UK/Italy 2018. 105 mins.

An enthralling biopic of Oscar Wilde (played by Everett himself) centred on the poet’s final days. A life of dizzying hedonism and (later-shamed) love affairs at the height of fame hurtles towards a tragic end when Wilde is sentenced to two years’ hard labour for ‘gross indecency’ with men. Upon his release, Wilde heads for France where he ends his days in squalor, yet always maintaining his biting wit. 


Show Times

Friday 27th July - 3:15 PM, 8:45 PM
Saturday 28th July - 1:30 PM, 4:15 PM
Sunday 29th July - 12:15 PM, 6:00 PM
Monday 30th July - 1:00 PM, 3:30 PM
Tuesday 31st July - 12:30 PM, 3:15 PM
Wednesday 1st August - 12:30 PM, 3:30 PM
Thursday 2nd August - 12:30 PM, 3:15 PM

Director: Brad Bird.
Voices: Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson, Samuel L. Jackson, Bob Odenkirk.
USA 2018. 125 mins.

Everyone’s favourite family of superheroes returns, 14 years after Brad Bird’s hit comedy-adventure The Incredibles. This time it’s ‘Elastigirl’ Helen who’s out saving the world, leaving invincible strongman Bob at home to perform heroics of a different kind: minding the kids. Sure, he’s bested nefarious villains and giant robots, but can he handle the bedtime stories and homework duties? 


Show times:

Friday 27th July - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 1st August - 8:45 PM
Director: Kevin Macdonald.
UK/USA 2018. TBC mins.

In sensitive and unshrinking style, Academy Award-winning director Kevin Macdonald shines new and piercing light on the rise and fall of one of the music industry’s most iconic superstars, Whitney Houston. His documentary deftly chronicles Whitney’s stratospheric rise to stardom, and pieces together previously unseen home video, demo recordings, rare performance footage and interviews with those closest to the ballad-belting diva. Underlying the starry story is the darker side of Whitney Houston’s life: a turbulent marriage and oppressive family secrets. Revisiting one of the most tragic stories in pop-music history, Whitney is a salient testament to incandescent talent and tragic finales 


Show Times:

Monday 30th July - 8:15 PM
Thursday 2nd August - 6:00 PM
Director: Baltasar Kormákur.
Starring: Shailene Woodley, Sam Claflin, Jeffrey Thomas, Elizabeth Hawthorne.
USA 2018. 96 mins.

Based on a true story, Adrift follows two free-spirited lovers, Tami Oldham (Woodley) and Richard Sharp (Claflin), who take on unpredictable waters with nothing but a small sailing boat to call home. Their idyllic trip takes a terrible turn when they sail into a catastrophic hurricane. Tami wakes to find Richard in a life-threatening condition, and their only hope of survival resting on her shoulders. Moderate injury detail, threat and infrequent strong language  


Show Times:

Tuesday 31st July - 8:15 PM
Wednesday 1st August  - 6:00 PM
Director: Haifaa Al-Mansour.
Starring: Elle Fanning, Douglas Booth, Maisie Williams, Stephen Dillane.
UK/Luxembourg/USA 2017. 121 mins.

The true story of the writer who gave the world the immortal tale of Frankenstein’s monster. In nineteenth-century London, teenage dreamer Mary Wollstonecroft Godwin (Fanning) meets the dashing and brilliant poet Percy Shelley (Booth), sparking a torrid, bohemian love affair that would inspire the writing of her seminal Gothic novel. Mary Shelley brings to life the world of a trailblazing woman who defied convention and channelled her innermost demons into a legend for the ages. Contains moderate sex, sex references and drug misuse. 


Show Times

Tuesday 31st July - 6:00 PM
Thursday 2nd August - 8:15 PM
Director: Mandie Fletcher.
Starring: Beattie Edmondson, Jennifer Saunders, Ed Skrein, Bernard Cribbins.
UK 2018. 94 mins.

Sarah Francis (Edmondson) is a young woman whose life is a bit of a mess. The last thing she needs is someone else to look after. Yet, like it or not, her grandmother bequeaths her a very spoilt dog – her pug Patrick. This four-legged interloper proceeds to cause chaos in all aspects of Sarah’s life. But then something remarkable happens: Patrick, with his stubby, stumpy attitude, begins to turn her life around. 


Show Times

Monday 9th July - 6.15 PM

Director: Nora Twomey.
Ireland/Canada/Luxembourg 2017. 93 mins.

Based on Deborah Ellis’s award-winning novel. After her father is unfairly imprisoned, a headstrong young girl in Afghanistan disguises herself as a boy in order to provide for her family. An exceptional animation from the creators of Song Of The Sea. Contains moderate threat and violence. 


Show Times

Monday 16th  July -  6.15 PM
Director: Fatih Akin.
Starring: Diane Kruger, Denis Moschitto, Numan Acar.
Germany/France 2017. 106 mins.

English, and German with English subtitles. A political thriller following Katja’s (Kruger) fierce fight for justice when her husband and son are killed in a terrorist attack at their home in Hamburg. Detectives link the deaths to a drug-dealing past, but Katja is convinced that neo-Nazis are to blame. 


Show Times

Monday 30th July - 6.15 PM
Director: François Ozon.
France/Belgium 2017. 108 mins.

French with English subtitles. François Ozon returns with a gleefully irreverent erotic thriller. A young woman begins to suspect her partner may be living a double life. Her search for the truth plunges her into a dark world where nothing is as it seems.