WHAT’S ON

SEPT-OCT 2019

Tickets £7/£6 conc every Friday 7.30pm
Come see a film in our comfortable new venue!
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DRESSED TO 

IMPRESS
We look to cinema as a purveyor of escapist entertainment, glamour and luxury on screen. From historical period pieces and costume dramas, to films that set future fashion trends, the outfits veer from chic to ridiculous. Also featuring gorgeous sets, elaborate choreography and spectacular visual style.


Friday 6th September

The Adventures of Robin Hood(1938)
102 minutes – certificate U – in English

Errol Flynn plays the heroic bandit who steals from the rich to give to the poor, with expert archery and swashbuckling swordplay in glorious Technicolor. Fun for all the family, this is one of the best adventure films.  Buy tickets and read more here


Friday 13th September

The Women
133 minutes – certificate U – in English

Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell, Paulette Goddard and Joan Fontaine are some of the all-female cast in a classic Hollywood comedy about gossip, rivalry and friendship among ladies of leisure.
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Friday 20th September
The Earrings of Madame de… (1953)
100 minutes – certificate U – in French with English subtitled

Danielle Darrieux, Charles Boyer and Vittorio De Sica
are caught in a love triangle, linked by jewellery as it
passes hands in high society.
Adorned by Max Ophuls’s gliding camerawork and opulent mise-en-scene.
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Friday 27th September 

The Draughtsman’s Contract (1982)
103 minutes – certificate 15 – in English

An artist commissioned to sketch a dozen landscapes of a country estate becomes embroiled in seductions, power plays and a murder mystery. Peter Greenaway crafts a witty, funny, original arthouse puzzle.
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Friday October 4th
Three Days of the Condor (1975)
117 minutes – certificate 15 – in English

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Robert Redford is a CIA researcher who knows too much, and has to work out who he can trust as
he goes on the run, taking Faye Dunaway with him. Spy intrigue and tense suspense in this
paranoia thriller.

 

Friday 11th October
The Thomas Crown Affair (1968)
102 minutes – certificate PG – in English


Steve McQueen assembles a crack team for a bank heist, with Faye Dunaway as the insurance investigator on his trail. An action caper with optical trickery, and its sexy stars bringing the cool and the heat.         Buy tickets and read more here

 

Friday 18th October
Akira Kurosawa’s Dreams(1990)

120 minutes – certificate PG – in Japanese with English subtitles

In 8 sequences inspired by his reveries and personal reflections, the great director uses sumptuous imagery to imagine childlike wonder, ancient folklore, modern fears, and mankind’s bond with nature. Buy tickets and read more here


Friday 25th October

Top Hat(1935)
93 minutes – certificate U – in English

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers tap around a love-hate flirtation founded on a misunderstanding. Dancing Cheek to Cheek across stunning Art Deco sets, this feel-good rom-com is one of the best Hollywood musicals. Buy tickets and read more here