This week, our Tuesday film delves into the world of battle rap, where contestants face off and use their wit and rhyming skills to win over the audience – and win the match. Director Ed Lilly, with co-writer Daniel Hayes, pitch their protagonist, played by Connor Swindells, into this scene. Adam is a young man who has spent most of his life in foster care and has anger management problems. It looks like his move into battle rapping, with the help of Makayla (Fola Evans-Akingbola), is keeping his temper in check, but his social workers are not convinced. Read this perceptive Guardian review.
Tickets are available for this screening, and 25 and unders might want to take advantage of our Rush Tickets scheme. Come to the box office with a fiver (cash only) within an hour of the start time (7.30pm) and get a seat.