Coming Soon

Our planned screenings for October are below. Tickets on sale from Thursday 5 September at 9am:

The October programme has real-life documentaries and looks at the importance of music.

* HOH = Hard of Hearing. These films are shown with subtitles to assist those with hearing loss.

Tue 1 Oct at 7.30pm – BAIT (15) – Martin Ward is a cove fisherman, without a boat. With increasing friction with tourists and locals, a tragedy in his family changes his world.

Thu 3 Oct at 2.30 & 7.30pm – MRS LOWRY & SON (PG) – The story of British artist L.S. Lowry, played by Timothy Spall, who lived all his life with his over-bearing mother, his worst critic.

Wed 9 Oct at 7.30pm Black History Month screening – INNA DE YARD (12A) – A look at a group of pioneering reggae musicians and the relevance of their music in society, as they revitalize an older generation, while passing it on to younger listeners.

Thu 10 Oct at 2.30 & 7.30pm – A FAITHFUL MAN (15) – French romantic comedy about the complicated relationship of journalist Abel and those around him. Abel is shattered after his girlfriend confesses to him that she is pregnant, and the father is his best friend, Paul.

Tue 15 Oct at 11am – Babes in Arms screening – BLINDED BY THE LIGHT (12A) – In 1987 Thatcher’s Britain, a teenager learns to live life and find his own voice through the music of Bruce Springsteen.

Tue 15 Oct at 7.30pm – HAIL SATAN? (15) – Chronicling the extraordinary rise of one of the most colourful and controversial religious movements in American history, Satanic Temple.

Thu 17 Oct at 2.30 & 7.30pm – PAIN AND GLORY (15) – As his life and relationships begin to crash down around him, a film director is forced to reflect on the choices he’s made in his life.

Tue 22 Oct at 7.30pm – THE CHAMBERMAID (15) – A young chambermaid at a luxury Mexico City hotel confronts the monotony of long workdays and determines to find a better life.

Thu 24 Oct at 2.30 (HOH) & 7pm – THE GOLDFINCH (15) – Losing his mother in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art changes the course of Theo Decker’s life, sending him on a stirring odyssey of grief and guilt, reinvention and redemption, and even love.

Tue 29 Oct at 7.30pm and Thu 31 Oct at 2.30pm – Black History Month screening – THE LAST TREE (15) – Femi is a British boy of Nigerian heritage who moves to inner London after a rural childhood, and struggles with the unfamiliar culture and values of his new environment.

Thu 31 Oct at 7.30pm Hallowe’en screening – CRAWL (15) – When a massive hurricane hits her Florida hometown, Haley finds her injured father is the least of her problems.

Our planned screenings for late August and September are below. Tickets on sale from Thursday 8 August at 9am:

The August/September programme looks back on true events and the intensity of romantic relationships.

* HOH = Hard of Hearing. These films are shown with subtitles to assist those with hearing loss.

Tue 27 Aug at 7.30pm – MARIANNE & LEONARD: WORDS OF LOVE (12A) – An in-depth look at the relationship between the late musician Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse Marianne Ihlen.

Wed 28 Aug at 7.30pm and Tue 10 Sep at 11am Babes in Arms screening – YESTERDAY (12A) – Danny Boyle directs, as a struggling musician realizes he’s the only person on Earth who can remember The Beatles.

Thu 29 Aug at 2.30 & 7.30pm – ONLY YOU (15) – Elena and Jake meet by chance on New Year’s Eve, arguing for the same taxi. However, instead of going their separate ways after sharing a taxi, they start a passionate relationship.

Tue 3 Sep at 7pm – MIDSOMMAR (18) – A young American couple have a rocky relationship, but after a family tragedy keeps them together, they join a trip to a disturbing once-in-a-lifetime midsummer festival in a remote Swedish village.

Thu 5 Sep at 2.30 & 7.30pm – PHOTOGRAPH (15) – A struggling street photographer in Mumbai, pressured to marry by his grandmother, convinces a shy stranger to pose as his fiancée.

Tue 10 Sep at 7.30pm – MAKING NOISE QUIETLY (15) – In 1944 in Kent, a conscientious objector and a roaming artist find friendship, as the Second World War unfolds across the English Channel.

Thu 12 Sep at 2.30 & 7.30pm – APOLLO 11 (U) – This documentary features never-before-seen, unedited footage, as NASA prepares to send the first men to the moon, revealing their personal lives and experiences.

Sat 14 Sep 2.30pm – as part of the Kenley Revival Project – SPITFIRE (PG) – Tickets just £5 – the story of an aeroplane that was forged in competition, shaped in war and went on to become the most famous fighter aircraft ever made.

Tue 17 Sep at 7.30pm – ANIMALS (15) – Based on the novel of the same name, Laura and Tyler are two girls who like to party, but as they drift into their thirties, reality begins to bite.

Thu 19 Sep at 2.30 & 7.30pm – TRANSIT (12A) – A young Jewish technician impersonates a dead author to flee from a Nazi-occupied Paris. While stuck in Marseilles, he encounters – and falls in love with – the dead author’s young wife.

Tue 24 Sep at 7.30pm – BLINDED BY THE LIGHT (12A) – Javed is a British teen of Pakistani descent, growing up in the town of Luton in 1987. Amidst the racial and economic turmoil of the times, he sees parallels to his working-class life in Springsteen’s powerful lyrics and the courage to express himself in his own unique voice.

Thu 26 Sep at 2.30pm (HOH)* & 7pm – ONCE UPON A TIME … IN HOLLYWOOD (18) – Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film is set in 1969, as TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his long-time stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) make their way around an industry they hardly recognize anymore.

Our planned screenings for July and early August are below. Tickets on sale from Thursday 6 June at 9am:

The July/August programme tells the stories of extraordinary lives plus those fighting to change the world around them.

* HOH = Hard of Hearing. These films are shown with subtitles to assist those with hearing loss.

Tue 2 July at 7.30pm – HIGH LIFE (18) – An astronaut on an odyssey to a distant black hole faces the challenges of parenting, while struggling to survive in the isolation of deep space.

Wed 3 July at 7.30pm and Tue 9 July at 11am – Babes in Arms screening – AMAZING GRACE (U) – Documentary presenting Aretha Franklin, over two nights, with choir at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972.

Thu 4 July at 2.30 (HOH)* & 7.30pm – ROCKETMAN (15) – The life of Elton John comes to the big screen as Taron Egerton stars in the musical fantasy about the uncensored human story of his breakthrough years.

Tue 9 July at 7.30pm – BIRDS OF PASSAGE (15) – Based on a true story and taking place over two decades, a tribe in the north of Colombia dominates the profitable marijuana business, before competing forces threaten their entire existence.

Wed 10 July at 7.30pm – in association with Croydon Pride plus spoken word performance – TUCKED (15) – A tender drama about an aging 80 year old drag queen, that forms an unlikely friendship with a younger queen, both struggling with their own issues of gender identity.

Thu 11 July at 2.30 & 7.30pm – SOMETIMES ALWAYS NEVER (12A) – Bill Nighy stars in this stylish and heartfelt comedy-drama about a Scrabble-obsessed tailor, trying to reconnect with his missing son.

Tue 16 July at 7.30pm – DIEGO MARADONA (12A) – Constructed from over 500 hours of never-before-seen footage, the film follows Maradona’s career in its peak in the 1980’s. Despite a glittering career on the pitch, the darker times of his personal life are not far away.

Thu 18 July at 2.30 & 7.30pm – GLORIA BELL (15) – The reworking of the 2013 Chilean film of the same name. A free-spirited divorcee spends her nights on the dance floor, but soon finds an unexpected new romance, filled with the complications of dating.

Tue 23 July at 7.30pm – AFTER LIFE (PG) – Japanese classic, where the newly deceased must choose one memory that will constitute their own private heaven.

Thu 25 July 2.30 (HOH)* & 7.30pm – LATE NIGHT (15) – Emma Thompson features as a late-night talk show host. Taking the decision to hire her first female writer to smooth over diversity concerns, she finds the decision brings about unexpectedly hilarious consequences.

Tue 30 July at 7.30pm – IN FABRIC (18) – British horror comedy film, set against the backdrop of a busy winter sales period in a department store. As a cursed dress passes from person to person, there’s devastating consequences ahead.

Thu 1 Aug 2.30 & 7.30pm – WOMAN AT WAR (12A) – First premiered at Cannes , eco-activist Halla plans to disrupt the operations of an aluminium plant in the Icelandic highlands, putting her long-forgotten application to adopt an orphan child from Ukraine in jeopardy.

Tue 6 Aug at 7.30pm – BRITAIN ON FILM: PROTEST! (12A) – Spanning almost the entire 20th Century, an examination of the history of protest in Britain, from a 1910 suffragette demonstration to the fight for LGBT rights.

Thu 8 Aug at 2.30 (HOH)* & 7.30pm – VITA & VIRGINIA (12A) – Adapted from the play by Dame Eileen Atkins, following the love affair between Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf and how it led to literary inspiration.

Thu 15 Aug at 2.30 (HOH)* & 7.30pm – YESTERDAY (12A) – Danny Boyle directs, as a struggling musician realizes he’s the only person on Earth who can remember The Beatles.