Upcoming films

Little Screen

Little Screen - 22nd & 23rd Oct, 19th & 20th Nov, 10th & 11th Dec

Host: Darren Hart
Starring: Masha and the Bear, Lily's Driftwood Bay, Octonauts, Miffy, Paw Patrol

A brand new interactive cinema experience created exclusively for families and their toddlers. Little Screen will feature two showings one weekend each month, with a new format of shows aimed at children aged 3 – 6 years. For the duration of each 70 minute programme, children will be kept on their toes with each showing consisting of 5 episodes from different programmes, with the host - Darren Hart - encouraging audience participation inspired by the content.

Please Note: Little Screen is suitable for ages 3-6, and includes an interval. 

Rating: U. Running Time: 70 Minutes (1 hour, 10 minutes).

Book Tickets:


10:30 (19th Nov)   l   10:30 (20th Nov)

10:30 (10th Dec)
   l   10:30 (11th Dec)


The Magnificent Seven

The Magnificent Seven - 29th & 30th Oct

Director: Antoine Fuqua
Starring: Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke

Saddle up for a whole bunch of rootin’, tootin’ and gun shootin’ as this action-packed Western reboot rides into cinemas. With the small town of Rose Creek under the dastardly thumb of big-boss industrialist Bartholomew Bogue (Peter Sarsgaard), the beleaguered townsfolk seek protection by employing a ragtag gang of mercenary gunslingers. Denzel Washington rocks a magnificent moustache as the gang’s outlaw leader. A climactic mass shoot-out is guaranteed.

Rating: 12A. Running Time: 133 Minutes (2 hours, 13 minutes).

Book Tickets:


17:00 (29th Oct)   l   20:00 (30th Oct)

17:00 (30th Oct)   l   20:00 (30th Oct)


Deepwater Horizon - 6th Nov

Director: Peter Berg
Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Kate Hudson, Kurt Russell, Dylan O’Brien

Mark Wahlberg stars in this fact-based drama centred on the worst oil spill in US history. Wahlberg plays a wisecracking engineer who leaves his anxious family for a stint on the titular Deepwater Horizon oil rig. A crippling explosion imperils the entire crew, killing eleven of them. The remaining crew must fight for survival amid the firestorm engulfing the rig. This awesome disaster movie is both morally underpinned and emotionally charged.

Rating: 12A. Running Time: 108 Minutes (1 hour, 48 minutes).

Book Tickets:


17:30 (6th Nov) CANCELLED   l   20:00 (6th Nov)


The Girl On The Train - 12th & 13th Nov

Director: Tate Taylor
Starring: Emily Blunt, Haley Bennett

This irresistible thriller is based on Paula Hawkins’s bestselling novel. Emily Blunt (Sicario) stars as Rachel, who daydreams about an imaginary ‘perfect couple’ living in one of the beautiful homes that she sees every day from the train. But one day, as she looks through the window, she sees something shocking happen in the house, and a mystery starts to unfold.

Rating: 15. Running Time: 112 Minutes (1 hour, 52 minutes).

Book Tickets:


17:30 (12th Nov)   l   20:00 (12th Nov)

17:30 (13th Nov)   l   20:00 (13th Nov)


Inferno - 19th & 20th Nov

Director: Ron Howard
Starring: Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones, Ben Foster

Following The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons, this third adaptation of a Dan Brown thriller sees symbologist Robert Langdon (Hanks) attempting to decipher hidden meanings in Dante’s Inferno in time to prevent a madman (Foster) from eliminating half the world’s population. With Ron Howard back in the director’s chair, the plot never lets up.

Rating: 12A. Running Time: 121 Minutes (2 hours, 1 minute).

Book Tickets:


12:15 (19th Nov)  l  15:00 (19th Nov)  l   17:30 (19th Nov)  l  20:00 (19th Nov)

12:15 (20th Nov)  l  15:00 (20th Nov)  l   17:30 (20th Nov)  l  20:00 (20th Nov)


I, Daniel Blake - 26th & 27th Nov

Director: Ken Loach
Starring: Dave Johns, Hayley Squires

A searing indictment of the British welfare system, this film is a passionate plea for social justice. Daniel (Johns) is a joiner who is unable to work due to bad health. He must be seen to look for a job although, on doctor’s orders, he cannot accept any work. It’s an absurd predicament that reaches Kafkaesque proportions. Already winner of the 2016 Palme d’Or, more awards seem certain for this compelling drama.

Rating: 15. Running Time: 100 Minutes (1 hour, 40 minute).

Book Tickets:


17:30 (26th Nov)   l   20:00 (26th Nov)

17:30 (27th Nov)   l   20:00 (27th Nov)