Upcoming films


Money Monster - 2nd & 3rd July

Director: Jodie Foster
Starring: George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Jack O’Connell

Jodie Foster’s first directorial feature since 2011 is a powerful denunciation of a system that’s ‘rigged for the elite’. Smarmy TV stock market guru Lee Gates is interrupted mid-broadcast by Kyle Budwell, a furious, heavily armed young man who lost everything after following his advice. Rather than shut down the show, Gates’ producer keeps the cameras rolling, and a spellbinding drama unfolds in real time.

Rating: 15. Running Time: 99 Minutes (1 hours, 39 minutes).


16:00 (2nd July) | 19:00 (2nd July)

16:00 (3rd July) | 19:00 (3rd July)



Elvis & Nixon - 9th, 10th, 17th & 23rd July 

Director: Liza Johnson
Starring: Michael Shannon, Kevin Spacey, Alex Pettyfer

America’s National Archives’ most requested photo is of the king of rock ’n’ roll shaking hands with President Nixon. This riveting comedy drama tells the surreal story behind the iconic image, revealing how Elvis turned up at the White House in December 1970 requesting an audience with Nixon.

Rating: 15. Running Time: 86 Minutes (1 hour, 26 minutes).


16:00 (9th July)

19:00 (10th July)

16:00 (17th July)

19:00 (23rd July)



The Nice Guys - 9th & 10th July

Director: Shane Black
Starring: Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Angourie Rice.

Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe reveal superb comic finesse and timing in this otherwise tense drama. Gosling plays Holland March, an inept Los Angeles private eye obliged to join forces with goon-for-hire Jackson Healy (Crowe) in order to track down a missing teenager.

Rating: 15. Running Time: 116 Minutes (1 hour, 56 minutes)

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19:00 (9th July)

16:00 (10th July)



Me Before You - 16th & 17th July

Director: Thea Sharrock
Starring: Emilia Clarke, Sam Claflin, Jenna Coleman, Charles Dance

This eloquently moving yet uplifting tale follows quirky 26-year-old Lou Clark. She becomes a care worker for wealthy young banker Will Traynor, who was severely disabled in a motorcycle accident. Due to mutual misgivings their relationship begins awkwardly, but Lou is determined to transform the once adventurous Will’s doom-laden outlook on life.

Rating: 12A. Running Time: 110 Minutes (1 hour, 50 minutes).


16:00 (16th July) | 19:00 (16th July)

19:00 (17th July)



Learning to Drive - 23rd & 24th July

Director: Isabel Coixet
Starring: Patricia Clarkson, Ben Kingsley

Left by her husband for a younger woman, distraught Wendy staggers out into the street and hails a cab. The driver is Darwan, who offers her sympathy – and then solves another of her problems. Wendy cannot visit her daughter in Vermont without a hubby behind the wheel, but Darwan moonlights as a driving instructor.

Rating: 15. Running Time: 88 Minutes (1 hour, 28 minutes).

Coming Soon:

16:00 (23rd July)

19:00 (24th July)




Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach - 24th July

Director: Louise Osmond
Starring: Ken Loach

Director Osmond (Dark Horse) enjoyed unprecedented access to the making of Ken Loach’s final film, I, Daniel Blake. The result is this affectionate biography of perhaps Britain’s most principled writer-director, whose output has included dramas such as Kes, The Wind That Shakes The Barley, The Angels’ Share, and 1966’s groundbreaking Cathy Come Home.

Rating: 12A. Running Time: 93 Minutes (1 hour, 33 minutes).


16:00 (24th July)



Ab Fab: The Movie - 30th & 31st July

Director: Mandie Fletcher.
Starring: Jennifer Saunders, Joanna Lumley, Julia Sawalha, June Whitfield, Jane Horrocks

In the face of a media firestorm after an attempt to schmooze Kate Moss goes spectacularly awry, PR agent Eddy and magazine editor Patsy escape to their spiritual home – the French Riviera. The result is a fun-in-the-sun caper where even Botox won’t stop you smiling.

Rating: tbc. Running Time: tbc.

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16:00 (30th July) | 19:00 (30th July)

16:00 (31st July) | 19:00 (31st July)