On Tuesday we have a thrilling performance from Nicole Kidman as you’ve never seen her before in DESTROYER (15). Wednesday is a last chance to see VICE (15) with Christian Bale in the role of Dick Cheney, US Vice President during the period around 9/11. The Thursday screenings of GREEN BOOK (12A) (Best Picture Oscar winner) are virtually sold out at the time of writing but we have an evening re-run of this on Wednesday 03 April at 7.30pm.
At 11am on Tuesday morning we see the return of Olivia Colman’s Oscar winning role as Queen Anne in The Favourite for our Babes in Arms Screening. This is now sold out and has proved to be a very popular title.
On Tuesday at 7.30pm, we’re showing Vice, the much-talked about biographical film about former US vice-president Dick Cheney. Christian Bale is the unlikely lead, with Amy Adams as Cheney’s wife, Lynne. This screening is sold out but seats are available for Wednesday 20 March at 7.30pm.
We round the week off with three opportunities to see an all British cast in All is True, showing Thursday at 2.30pm (subtitled for people with hearing loss) and 7.30pm. Seats are plentiful for the extra screening on Saturday 16 March at 2.30pm. With a screenplay from Ben Elton and star turns from Kenneth Branagh, Dame Judi Dench and Sir Ian McKellen, we find William Shakespeare in 1613 after a fire destroys the Globe Theatre.
Tuesday’s film at 7pm – please note the early start – is the award-winning South Korean film Burning, which is based on a short story by Haruki Murakami. Murakami must be one of the most well-known and widely translated authors on the planet and yet his work is rarely adapted for the screen.
On Thursday at 2.30pm (subtitled for those hard of hearing) and 7.30pm, we have Mary Queen of Scots, Josie Rourke’s film about the two queens who ruled in the then divided British Isles. At the time of writing, these are fully booked and we are unlikely to be re-screening.
As is usual at this time of year, many of our films are selling out so we have arranged re-screenings of the following popular titles – All Is True, Vice, Can You Ever Forgive Me? and Green Book – in March and April.