DOWNTON ABBEY

DOWNTON ABBEY
Wednesday 27 November 2019 at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Hugh Bonneville, Jim Carter, Michelle Dockery, Maggie Smith

Writer Julian Fellowes moves from TV to the big screen to continue the story of the Crawley family. The year is 1927, and the Great Depression is looming. Belts are being tightened, as they ready themselves to play host to none other than King George V and Queen Mary, along with their domestic entourage.

2019 | Dir Michael Engler | 122min |  UK

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Ticket Prices:
£7.50 (Standard), £6.00 (Concessions), £5.00 (25 and under).

DOWNTON ABBEY

DOWNTON ABBEY
Wednesday 20 November 2019 at 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Hugh Bonneville, Jim Carter, Michelle Dockery, Maggie Smith

Writer Julian Fellowes moves from TV to the big screen to continue the story of the Crawley family. The year is 1927, and the Great Depression is looming. Belts are being tightened, as they ready themselves to play host to none other than King George V and Queen Mary, along with their domestic entourage.

2019 | Dir Michael Engler | 122min |  UK

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Ticket Prices:
£7.50 (Standard), £6.00 (Concessions), £5.00 (25 and under).

DOWNTON ABBEY

DOWNTON ABBEY
Tuesday 12 November 2019 at 11.00am

Hugh Bonneville, Jim Carter, Michelle Dockery, Maggie Smith

Writer Julian Fellowes moves from TV to the big screen to continue the story of the Crawley family. The year is 1927, and the Great Depression is looming. Belts are being tightened, as they ready themselves to play host to none other than King George V and Queen Mary, along with their domestic entourage.

2019 | Dir Michael Engler | 122min |  UK

Monthly 11.00 am Babes in Arms screening
Bringing a baby is not compulsory, but we cannot guarantee a quiet auditorium! Lights will not be fully dimmed, sound will be lower than usual and people may need to move around. When available, subtitles will be shown. The babes in arms may be up to one year old.

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Ticket Prices:
£7.50 (Standard), £6.00 (Concessions), £5.00 (25 and under).

DOWNTON ABBEY

DOWNTON ABBEY
Thursday 7 November 2019 at 2.30pm (Subtitled) and 7.30pm

Hugh Bonneville, Jim Carter, Michelle Dockery, Maggie Smith

Writer Julian Fellowes moves from TV to the big screen to continue the story of the Crawley family. The year is 1927, and the Great Depression is looming. Belts are being tightened, as they ready themselves to play host to none other than King George V and Queen Mary, along with their domestic entourage.

2019 | Dir Michael Engler | 122min |  UK

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Ticket Prices:
£7.50 (Standard), £6.00 (Concessions), £5.00 (25 and under).

BREATHE (12A) – 2017 UK 117 min

Screenings at 11.00 am. & 7.30 pm.
Director: Andy Serkis
Stars: Andrew Garfield, Claire Foy, Tom Hollander, Hugh Bonneville

 Image of film appears hereThe true story of Robin Cavendish (Garfield) who is struck down with polio soon after his marriage to Diana (Foy), who is shortly to give birth. We follow the dramatic attempts of Diana and her brothers to keep her husband alive, enabling him to lead a life worth living, and Robin’s subsequent quest to improve the lives of others.

Image of film appears hereProduced by the son of the real couple, Breathe chronicles “a triumph of joy over adversity” (The Guardian).

David Lean Cinema, Croydon on Thursday 07 December 2017

Shows start at 11.00 am & 7.30 pm, ticket prices: £8.00 & £6.50 (concessions)

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Viceroy’s House (2017, UK/India) 106 mins, Cert. 12A

Not even the “Grand Re-opening” screenings of ‘Basically, Johnny Moped’ sold out as fast as April’s screenings of this film, so here are two more opportunities to see….

Screenings at 2.30* & 7.30

  • The 2.30 screening will be subtitled for those with hearing loss
Director: Gurinder Chadha
Stars: Hugh Bonneville, Gillian Anderson, Michael Gambon, Om Puri
Due to pressure of work this web-page is STILL a work in progress.  More content will be added in the next few days

The campaign for Indian independence culminated in a decision that the end of British rule would be accompanied by Partition – the separation of India and Pakistan.

The suddenness of this process would cause huge unrest and bloodshed, and while Viceroy Mountbatten (Bonneville) and his wife Edwina (Anderson) prepared for the transition, its impact was greatest among their staff, such as Jeet (Manish Dayal), a Hindu, and Aalia (Huma Qureshi), a Muslim.

Chadha (Bride and Prejudice, Bend It Like Beckham) brings her characteristic keen eye and storytelling flair to this vital episode from the recent past.

 

Here is a link to a Review in The Telegraph.  Further links will be added for those who want a deeper insight into the events underpinning this film.

The Telegraph review includes a link to the ‘official’ Trailer which can be seen below –

 

David Lean Cinema, Croydon on Wednesday 3rd May 2017

Shows start at 2.30PM and 7.30PM, Ticket prices: £8.00 & £6.50 (concessions)

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Viceroy’s House (2017, UK/India) 106 mins, Cert. 12A

Screenings at 2.30* & 7.30

  • The 2.30 screening will be subtitled for those with hearing loss
Director: Gurinder Chadha
Stars: Hugh Bonneville, Gillian Anderson, Michael Gambon, Om Puri
This web-page is a work in progress.  More content will be added in the next few days

The campaign for Indian independence culminated in a decision that the end of British rule would be accompanied by Partition – the separation of India and Pakistan.

The suddenness of this process would cause huge unrest and bloodshed, and while Viceroy Mountbatten (Bonneville) and his wife Edwina (Anderson) prepared for the transition, its impact was greatest among their staff, such as Jeet (Manish Dayal), a Hindu, and Aalia (Huma Qureshi), a Muslim.

Chadha (Bride and Prejudice, Bend It Like Beckham) brings her characteristic keen eye and storytelling flair to this vital episode from the recent past.

 

Here is a link to a Review in The Telegraph.  Further links will be added for those who want a deeper insight into the events underpinning this film.

 

The Telegraph review includes a link to the ‘official’ Trailer which can be seen below –

 

David Lean Cinema, Croydon on Thursday 27th April 2017

Shows start at 2.30PM and 7.30PM, Ticket prices: £8.00 & £6.50 (concessions)

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