Our 19th season runs from September to December 2022, screening as always on the first and third Tuesdays of each month.  

We're showing a fantastic range of contemporary films, from mainstream Hollywood action comedy to acclaimed world cinema.  As usual we're keeping ticket prices low (only £6.50 for a single ticket) and season tickets are available offering even better prices, see our 'Buy Tickets' page for more info.

If you haven't got back into the habit of going to the cinema regularly, these should tempt you back to the big screen!

Tues Sept 6th
The Lost City (PG)

Reclusive author Loretta Sage (Sandra Bullock) writes about exotic places in her popular adventure novels that feature hunky, though dim witted, cover model Alan (Channing Tatum). While on tour promoting her new book Loretta gets kidnapped by an eccentric billionaire (Nicely played by Daniel Radcliffe) who hopes she can lead him to an ancient city's lost treasure. Determined to prove he can be a hero in real life, Alan sets off to rescue her.  Bullock is great at playing the ditsy heroine and with Tatum happy to lampoon his public image, and a surprise appearance from another Hollywood A-lister, this looks an absolute crowd pleaser.

“Riotously funny, supremely silly and with star power in spades, The Lost City is a real gem of an action comedy.” Radio Times

This English language film is being screened with subtitles for the hard of hearing.

Tues Sept 20th
The Quiet Girl (12A)

Rural Ireland, 1981. Quiet schoolgirl Cáit (Catherine Clinch) has few friends and lives in a fractious family set-up. Her parents send her away for the summer to live on a farm with her mother’s cousin Eibhlín (Carrie Crowley) and her farmer husband Seán (Andrew Bennett), who show her an unexpected kindness — but they have secrets of their own.  This Irish language drama has fantastic reviews and is rated 100% on rotten tomatoes, it also won 7 out of the 11 categories it was nominated for in the Irish BAFTAs.  In short, its the kind of film that will have you raving about it afterwards.

“Oh my goodness, The Quiet Girl is a truly beautiful and deeply moving work of cinematic wonder.”  Mail on Sunday 

Irish language.  Subtitled.

Tues Oct 4th
I'm Your Man (15)

This award-winning romantic comedy drama from Germany looks at what we want from life and love.   Alma, a scientist at a Museum in Berlin is persuaded to participate in a study to get funding for her research. For three weeks she must live with a humanoid robot, Tom, played to perfection by none other than Dan Stevens! Tom is programmed to be every woman’s perfect partner, but does anyone actually want a ‘perfect’ partner?!  With rave reviews across the board, this looks an absolute charmer. Be honest, who doesn’t want Dan Stevens to run them a bath?!

“With a thought-provoking concept brought to humorous life by a pair of well-matched leads, I'm Your Man is an AI rom-com whose intelligence is anything but artificial” Rotten Tomatoes


Tues Oct 18th
Big Night (15)

Written and co-directed by Stanley Tucci, the story of two restaurant owning Italian brothers who put on a night of incredible food in an attempt to save their ailing business. American indie, but with European sensibilities. Great cast including Ian Holm, Minnie Driver, Isabella Rossellini as well as Tucci himself.

“A feast of a film done on a low budget with a menu featuring top-grade acting, writing and direction.”  Rolling Stone

Technical gremlins meant we weren't able to show this in our summer season, so here it is, just perfect for a late Autumn evening!

Tues Nov 1st
Wildfire (15)

This Irish film has haderave reviews for its take on the personal and the political pasts in Northern Ireland. Lauren lives near the border with her partner, when her troubled sister Kelly returns home after a mysterious yearlong absence, her return revives painful memories of their mother, who took her own life when they were both children. Yet Kelly’s homecoming also relights the spirit in the hearts of both women, as they challenge the local men who are still in hock to the macho cult of terrorist violence.  It’s a gripping 85 minutes that never gets too dark and shows there is always hope.

“Wildfire is a powerful 85 minutes filled with great complexity and some potent visual flourishes that emerge from the understated direction.” Common Sense Media

Tues Nov 15th
The Worst Person in the World (15)

This BAFTA winning Norwegian film is a modern dramedy about the quest for love and meaning in contemporary Oslo. It chronicles four years in the life of Julie, a young woman who navigates the troubled waters of her love life and struggles to find her career path, leading her to take a realistic look at who she really is.  This has won rave reviews and awards around the world and is said to ‘delightfully subvert the genre tropes of romantic comedies’.  It’s a candid and funny look at modern life in all its glory.

“Occasionally a film comes along that captures hearts and minds in a fresh, honest way, that far surpasses expectations. The Worst Person in the World is just such a movie.”  Common Sense Media


Tues Dec 6th
After Love (12A)

The great Joanna Scanlan (where do we start, Gentleman Jack, The Larkins, Getting On, Bridget Jones, No Offence, The Thick of It, the list goes on!) gets a well-deserved lead role as Mary, a widow who discovers her husband had a secret family overseas.  Mary travels to France to meet her husband’s other wife, Genevieve, and gets mistaken by her for her new cleaner.  Moving into Genevieve’s home without disclosing her true identity , Mary gets to know her husband’s other wife and child.  A lovely film about secrets, forgiveness, grief and togetherness.

“It’s a beautifully restrained yet devastating exploration of love, loss, grief and identity wrapped up in a story that’s not just gripping but also -- prepare yourself for a shock: ready? -- wholly original.” The Spectator

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Tues Dec 20th
Surprise Xmas Film (PG)

Finally we get to screen 'Die Hard'.........no we don't!!  As always our surprise Christmas Film will only be announced just before the metaphorical curtain goes up, it could be a recent film or a golden oldie, something famous or something unknown.  As usual the ticket price includes mulled wine, hot drinks and something festive to nibble on.  One of our most popular screenings of the year, come along and enjoy the surprise.