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A Life on the Farm (12A)

A Life on the Farm

A strange story from Somerset. A filmmaker inherits a home movie from his late grandfather, shocked by what he sees he sets out to learn about the neighbour who made it, uncovering an artist that was well ahead of his time.

A Life on the Farm is an exploration of the life, work, and inspiring legacy of Charles Carson, an amateur filmmaking farmer and outsider artist. A crowd-pleasing, festival-favourite, touching and slightly crazy documentary about life, death, farming and outsider art.


“A truly fascinating, one-of-a-kind and heart-warming documentary”

★★★★ - Nerdly

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Wednesday 27 Sep 202317:15

A Little Life (18)

A Little Life

James Norton (Happy Valley, Grantchester) stars in the ‘utterly compelling’ (★★★★★ Daily Express) theatrical event of 2023 as visionary director Ivo van Hove (A View from the Bridge) stages the English language premiere of A LITTLE LIFE. Filmed live at the Savoy Theatre, London, during its West End run, this record-breaking and ‘beautifully acted’ (★★★★ The I) production of the million-copy bestseller by Hanya Yanagihara comes to the big screen for a limited time only.

The critically acclaimed five-star play also stars Luke Thompson (Bridgerton), Omari Douglas (It’s A Sin), Zach Wyatt (The Witcher), Elliot Cowan (The Crown), Zubin Varla (Tammy Faye), Nathalie Armin (Force Majeure) and Emilio Doorgasingh (Best of Enemies).

A LITTLE LIFE follows four college friends in New York City: aspiring actor Willem, successful architect Malcolm, struggling artist JB, and prodigious lawyer Jude. As ambition, addiction, and pride threaten to pull the group apart, they always find themselves bound by their love for Jude and the mysteries of his past. But when those secrets come to light, they finally learn that to know Jude St Francis is to understand the limitless potential of love in the face of life.

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Thursday 28 Sep 202319:00

Fremont (12A)


Donya, a young Afghan who moved to Fremont, California after serving as a translator for the American army, spends her days working at a fortune cookie factory and her nights wide awake battling between her desire to rebuild her life and the overbearing guilt she carries within. In a bid to connect with the world, she sends an unconventional message through a fortune cookie.

Tinged with Jarmuschian deadpan humour, this sensitive immigrant tale packs a breakout performance by real-life refugee Anaita Wali Zada, joined by a perpetually off-kilter Gregg Turkington and Jeremy Allen White from The Bear as a heartthrob mechanic.

"Fremont is truly one of the most special movies to come out of Sundance Film Festival this year" - Movie Web

“Winningly reminiscent of the mid-80s US indie cinema of Jarmusch and Hartley”

★★★★★ Uncut

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Wednesday 27 Sep 202315:00

The Lesson (15)

The Lesson

Liam (Daryl McCormack), an aspiring and ambitious young writer, eagerly accepts a tutoring position at the family estate of his idol, renowned author J.M. Sinclair (Richard E Grant).

Soon enough, lies big and small unfurl as a well-intentioned exercise quickly transforms into a saga of lust, betrayal, jealousy, and the quest for legacy-defining relevance.  

Sinclair, his wife Hélène (Julie Delpy), and their son Bertie all guard a dark past, one that threatens Liam’s future as well as their own. A battle of wits begins with everyone carrying much to lose.

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Wednesday 27 Sep 202319:15
Thursday 28 Sep 202316:15 (Subtitled)

The Old Oak (15)

The Old Oak


The Old Oak is a special place to the working class community of County Durham, a once thriving mining town that after 30 years of decline has fallen on hard times. As the last pub standing and the only remaining public space for the community to meet landlord TJ Ballantyne (Dave Turner), is hanging on to the pub by his fingertips.

Tensions quickly rise when the pub becomes contested territory after the sudden arrival of Syrian refugees. An unlikely friendship begins between TJ and curious young Syrian Yara. Together they look for a way to bring the two communities together.

So unfolds a deeply moving drama about their fragilities and hopes. Another unmissable social realist parable from director Ken Loach.

"Ken Loach’s fierce final call for compassion and solidarity."

- ★★★★

Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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Friday 29 Sep 202313:30 (Dementia Friendly)16:30

Theater Camp (12A)

Theater Camp

After the indomitable and beloved founder of a scrappy theatre camp in upstate New York falls into a coma, the eccentric staff must band together with her clueless “crypto-bro” son to keep the thespian paradise afloat.

This delightfully silly mockumentary calls back to the camp cult classic, Wet Hot American Summer and has a definite Christoper Guest influence, (This is Spinal Tap, Best in Show).

Packed with jokes and brimming with new talent. Starring Molly Gordon (Booksmart, The Bear)  - who also co-directs, Ben Platt (Pitch Perfect), Patti Harrison (I Think You Should Leave), Ayo Edibiri (The Bear), and Amy Sedaris (The Mandalorian).

One of the more unique comedies to hit cinema screens in a while, you don’t have to be a theatre kid to give this charming, upbeat, and warm production a standing ovation.

"The film that has made me laugh by far the most – at times so helplessly I slid out of my seat – since the end of the pandemic."

- ★★★★★ The Telegraph

 "This joyous mockumentary is the funniest film in years."

- ★★★★★ Digital Spy

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Friday 29 Sep 202319:15