Lady Macbeth (2016 UK) Cert. 15

Director: William Oldroyd
Stars: : Florence Pugh, Cosmo Jarvis, Paul Hilton, Naomi Ackie

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The moors of North Eastern England, 1865.

Married off at a young age, Catherine (Pugh) is isolated in her new home, oppressed and despised by her mine-owner husband and her father-in-law.

Already discovering her capacity for wilful disobedience, engaging in a torrid affair with stableman Sebastian (Jarvis) renders Catherine ruthlessly determined to regain control over her life – by any means necessary.

Acclaimed theatre and opera director Oldroyd builds and maintains the tension superbly in his debut cinema feature, while Pugh is utterly captivating in her first – but surely not last – lead role.


Here is a link to a Review from The Guardian which also includes links to articles on the film.

David Lean Cinema, Croydon on Tuesday 13th June 2017

Show starts at 7.30PM, Ticket prices: £8.00 & £6.50 (concessions)

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Latest News 11 June 2017

Last week was mixed in terms of attendances, but very positive in terms of audience satisfaction. The modest audience for Harmonium indicated that excellent reviews and awards don’t guarantee large numbers, but patrons were still discussing this highly-original film when security staff needed to lock the doors! One described it as his film of the year so far, along with Moonlight.

The Sense of an Ending also proved enjoyable, with patrons describing it as “excellent’. With outstanding performances from Jim Broadbent, Harriet Walter and Charlotte Rampling, it was a showcase for fine acting.

The week ahead begins with Tuesday’s Babes in Arms screening of Beauty and the Beast, which remarkably has outsold our earlier showings, although tickets should be available on the day. But please book without delay if you hope to see Lady Macbeth on Tuesday evening or Letters from Baghdad on Thursday, as both of these highly-acclaimed films are close to selling out. Read More……