Posts by Nathan Makalena


Pride Month calls for a celebration of the classics

Posted 24 May 2024 by Nathan Makalena

As revellers pour onto the street to party under a rainbow of colour, Showroom Cinema is playing the hits - with a twist!

Work Station 30th

Chair of trustees hails ‘longevity, resilience and independence’ as Sheffield’s Work Station celebrates 30th anniversary

Posted 30 April 2024 by Nathan Makalena

More than 90 businesses and stakeholders attended an event marking the positive impact that Sheffield’s Work Station has had on the economy in its 30-year history.


Fright Night(s) at Showroom Cinema

Posted 26 April 2024 by Nathan Makalena

On Saturday 27 April, Celluloid Screams return to Showroom Cinema for an all-night celebration of 1980s horror, with five films from sun down to sun up.

coming to you

Three exciting seasons this April

Posted 29 March 2024 by Nathan Makalena

Korean docs, indie rock and contemporary dance. At Showroom, we pride ourselves on a diverse programme, and April is no different. Besides the usual slate of releases and stone-cold classics, let’s look at next month’s upcoming seasons. 

pumpkin eater

The stories of four films from 1964

Posted 15 March 2024 by Nathan Makalena

The 1960s, a decade of change. How did we move from post-war idealism to stagnant, 70s cynicism? Dr Sheldon Hall looks at one of the most influential decades for the next season of Film Studies at Showroom Cinema.

taste of cherry

Iranian Cinema: After the Revolution

Posted 22 December 2023 by Nathan Makalena about Film Studies: Iranian Cinema - Season Pass.

Wherever art is restricted, artists show incredible resilience and adaptation. Our newest film studies series charts over four decades of post-revolution cinema.

the peasants

Showroom Cinema’s alternative Christmas picks

Posted 8 December 2023 by Nathan Makalena

Christmas is coming, but while many merrymakers are enjoying the cheer, others are enduring Wham-ageddon and wrapping paper. If you’re in the latter, Showroom has some cracking, non-festive alternatives in our December lineup.

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