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What's On Fri 27 November - Thu 3 December 2015

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hunger games

Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 (12A)

Showing as part of Kino Bambino!, Early Doors

It’s time to march together! ... to the cinema to see the much anticipated final instalment of The Hunger Games.


Bridge of Spies (12A)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

A dramatic thriller set during the cold war and based on the 1960 U-2 incident.


Carol (15)

Showing as part of Subtitled Mondays

Based on the Patricia Highsmith novel originally named ‘The Price of Salt’, ‘Carol’ is a Stylish drama set in 1950’s New York.


Brooklyn (12A)

A beautiful period drama-romance set across Ireland and New York in the 1950s. Ellis Lacey is torn between staying close to her Irish roots where a comfortable life is waiting for her or to build herself a new one in Brooklyn.


Bread in a Day - Bread-making Class

A fun, sociable and informative venture into the wonderful world of bread making.


Suffragette (12A)

Abi Morgan boldly scripts another biopic about some of the most important women in history who sacrificed everything to earn women the right to vote. A stellar cast, a story with power and conviction and a sure frontrunner for the Awards.


the rescuers

The Rescuers (U)

Showing as part of Young Cinema

Based on Margery Sharp’s watery books, The Rescuers tells the tale of an international mouse organization headquartered in the United Nations.

the wanted 18

The Wanted 18 (18)

Showing as part of Cinema Palestino

A small Palestinian village bought 18 cows as a way to gain their own independence and stop buying Israeli milk.

love theft and other entanglements

Love, Theft & Other Entanglements (18)

Showing as part of Cinema Palestino

A Palestinian car thief gets into the trouble of his life when he steals the wrong car.

ladette to lady in the van

Lady In The Van (12A)

Based on Alan Bennett’s own experiences, an educated outcast comes to live in a van parked on a residential street and becomes friendly with its residents. Initially intending to only stay for 3 weeks and finding herself still there 15 years later.

the quatermass experiment

The Quatermass Experiment (PG)

Showing as part of Film Bites

Based on Nigel Kneale’s phenomenally successful television serial of 1953 and broadcast to a terrified nation shortly after the death of King George VI.

the lobster

The Lobster (15)

Based on the principle that two people are better than one, this weird and wonderful film is set in the near future where it is against the law to be single.


whale rider

Whale Rider (PG)

Showing as part of Eye Openers, The Time Is Now

One young girl dared to confront the past, change the present and determine the future and in the ways of the Ancients, she found hope.

Cafe Scientifique

Cafe Scientifique

Sharpen your interest and knowledge of science in an informal and friendly atmosphere.

  • Mon 30 Nov
    • 19.00
made in dagenham

Made in Dagenham (15)

Showing as part of Eye Openers, The Time Is Now

An inspiring feel-good film about the fight for equal pay and self-respect, Made in Dagenham is set during the successful strike by 187 women car workers in the Ford Dagenham factory in 1968.


Goya - Visions of Flesh and Blood

Showing as part of Exhibition on Screen

From the National Gallery, London

Showroom Shorts

Showroom Shorts

A night of short films by talented filmmakers, all for free!

  • Tue 1 Dec
    • 20.45
supreme price

The Supreme Price (18)

Showing as part of Eye Openers, The Time Is Now

This vital and remarkable film traces the evolution of the Pro-Democracy Movement in Nigeria.

steamboat bill buster keaton

Neil Brand Presents Buster Keaton (PG)

Composer, musician and broadcaster Neil Brand (BBC4 Sound of Cinema and Radio 4 Film Programme regular) presents an evening of Buster Keaton, using clips of his funniest moments and the magnificent feature Steamboat Bill Junior.

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