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Dance Revolutionaries (PG)

Dance Revolutionaries

Dance Revolutionaries is a 75-minute visual journey that showcases the raw emotion and trailblazing spirit of two dance visionaries, Robert Cohan and Kenneth MacMillan, who revolutionised how we experienced dance in the 20th century.

Portraits, a portmanteau of five solo, contemporary dances screens in tandem with a ground-breaking production of the ballet, Sea of Troubles, inspired by Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

Yorke Dance Project, in partnership with the Royal Ballet, and with award-winning artists Romany Pajdak, Dane Hurst, and Jonathan Goddard, produces and performs this extraordinary journey, providing unprecedented access to the revolutionary works of Cohan and MacMillan.

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Wednesday 26 Jun 202419:00

Freud's Last Session (12A)

Freud's Last Session

Anthony Hopkins is Sigmund Freud, Matthew Goode is C.S. Lewis.

On the eve of the Second World War, two of the greatest minds of the twentieth century, C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freud converge for their own personal battle over the future of mankind and the existence of God.

The film interweaves the lives of Freud and Lewis, past, present, and through fantasy, bursting from the confines of Freud’s study on a dynamic journey.

“Anthony Hopkins shines.”

- AP news

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Monday 24 Jun 202416:30
Wednesday 26 Jun 202413:15

Holy Shit, Can Poop Change the World? : UK Green Fest (12A)

Holy Shit, Can Poop Change the World? : UK Green Fest

Flush and forget? Or the final frontier of recycling? Looking for answers about the radical potential of human excrement, director Rubén Abruña embarks on an entertaining and enlightening adventure across the globe to investigate whether our very own waste should be reconsidered as a much-needed resource.

From sustainable city living in Geneva to Uganda's singing Poop Pirates, we learn how our most unheeded asset could help to mitigate the climate crisis, generate energy - and even save lives. Far from taboo, can this compelling new wave of thinking soon become mainstream?

Screening as part of UK Green Film Festival alongside

Deep Rising

Plastic Fantastic

Each week we are selecting a new film for our 16-25 members to discover with the reduced ticket cost of just £3.

To claim your £3 ticket for Holy Shit simply book using your 16-25 membership, online, by phone or at our box office. You can sign up for a free 16-25 membership by any of these methods.

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Tuesday 25 Jun 202419:30

Strike: An Uncivil War (15)

Strike: An Uncivil War

Daniel Gordon’s feature documentary STRIKE: AN UNCIVIL WAR tells the story of the Battle of Orgreave, the most violent confrontation between miners and police during the 1984/85 Miners’ Strike in Great Britain.

The year long Miners’ Strike was the most divisive and violent industrial dispute that Britain has ever witnessed, and using powerful personal testimony, previously hidden government documents and a treasure trove of never before seen archive material, STRIKE: AN UNCIVIL WAR follows the events at Orgreave, which took place on 18th June 1984.  

Witness at first hand the stories and recollections of the people on the front lines of this incredible moment in time, which split communities and the nation in two, and whose ripples still resonate to this very day.

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Tuesday 25 Jun 202414:00

The Dead Don't Hurt (15)

The Dead Don't Hurt

Viggo Mortensen is writer, director, composer and star of this beautiful yet sombre love story set within a 19th century frontier community.  

In the 1860s, fiercely independent French-Canadian Vivienne Le Coudy (Vicky Krieps) embarks on a journey with Danish immigrant Holger Olsen (Viggo Mortensen), attempting to forge a life together in the dusty town of Elk Flats, Nevada. When Holger decides to go fight for the Union in the burgeoning Civil War, Vivienne must fend for herself, which isn’t easy in a town controlled by a corrupt mayor.

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Book Tickets

Monday 24 Jun 202419:15
Tuesday 25 Jun 202416:30
Wednesday 26 Jun 202416:00