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Peterloo (12A)

An epic portrayal of the 1819 Peterloo Massacre where British forces attacked a peaceful pro-democracy rally in Manchester. Directed by revered Oscar-nominated filmmaker Mike Leigh (Mr. Turner), this historical drama is told with justice and demands to be seen on the big screen.

16th January 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Three Identical Strangers (12A)

A documentary about a set of identical triplets who were adopted separately at birth, and only making the discovery through a chance encounter when they were 19.

18th January 2019, 7:45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Odyssey Film Club: Cold War (15)

January’s Odyssey Film Club takes us on a journey to Poland for Paweł Pawlikowski’s Cold War. Set against the backdrop of a post-war Europe, Pawlikowski’s follow up to Oscar-winning Ida tells a tragic love story in this time and nation spanning tale. Catch 2018’s most anticipated foreign-language film in cinema for the last time.

23rd January 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Crazy Rich Asians (12A)

Based on the best-selling novel by Kevin Kwan, Crazy Rich Asians is a visually spectacular journey into the world of Singapore’s elite.

25th January 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

The Wife (15)

Glenn Close stars as a wife to a celebrated author, however decades of sacrifice and secrets takes its toll on their marriage. Based on the novel by Meg Wolitzer, this is a poignant and deeply emotional film that explores the sacrificial nature of womanhood.

30th January 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Cinema Rewind: Alien (15)

Welcome to Screen25’s cult classic cinema strand, Cinema Rewind. Every first Friday of the month sees the best of the bunch on the big screen. This month we celebrate the 40th anniversary of Alien, the horror/sci-fi that shook the world.

1st February 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Hale County This Morning, This Evening (15)

Following the lives of two young men over the course of 5 years and composed of intimate and unencumbered moments of people in a community in Alabama’s Black Belt, Hale County This Morning, This Evening offers an emotive impression of the Historic South.

This is a Screen25 recommended Discovery title. Take the chance and discover independent and arthouse film on the big screen.

6th February 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Blindspotting (15)

Collin only has three days until the end of his probation, but between witnessing a police shooting and the influence of his childhood friend Miles, he’s hanging on by a thread. A bold take on the intersections of race and class, set against the rapidly gentrifying backdrop of Oakland.

8th February 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Disobedience (15)

When her estranged rabbi father suddenly passes away, Ronit (played by Oscar-winner and co-producer Rachel Weisz) returns from New York to the north London Orthodox Jewish community that rejected her years previously after a scandalous transgression.

13th February 2019, 7.45pm 
Tickets: Date Night £25 • Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Breakfast at Tiffany's (PG)

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a classic romantic comedy on the big screen. Starring Audrey Hepburn in a career defining role, follow the tale of two would-be lovers as they seek kinship, trouble, and fun, set against the awe inspiring backdrop of 60s Manhattan.

15th February 2019, 7.45pm 
Tickets: Date Night £25 • Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

The Children Act (12)

Emma Thompson stars as a judge who must debate the ethics of whether or not she should rule to force a teenage Jehovah’s Witness into undergoing a life-saving blood transfusion.

20th February 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Bring Along Baby: Three Identical Strangers (12A)

Calling parents and carers with babies under 1 year! Join us for a special matinee screening of this sensational and must-see documentary.

21st February 2019, 7:45pm
Tickets: Early Bird £6.50 • Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

American Animals (15)

Four painfully average university students decide to turn to a life a crime to become more interesting people.They plan a heist to steal books worth $12 million from the library, what follows is a ludacris crime thriller based on the unbelievably true events of the 2004 Transy Book Heist.

22nd February 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Odyssey Film Club: Wajib (15)

Shadi returns home to Palestine to join his father in partaking in the centuries-old tradition of hand delivering the wedding invitations to his sister’s wedding, a tradition known as Wajib. What follows is a often funny and touching familial road movie, intertwined with the striking political tensions of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

27th February 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Discovery: Waru (15)

We bring you Screen25: Visionary Women, a series of screenings showcasing womanhood in all its glory on, and off, screen.

March’s Discovery film is a groundbreaking drama, directed by eight female Māori filmmakers. Waru (meaning eight in Māori) tells the story of a small New Zealand town coming to terms with the death of a child, as seen through eight separately directed vignettes.

There are just 20 £5 Discovery Tickets for Waru and are only available until Saturday 19 January.

6th March 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Discovery £5 • Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Stan & Ollie (PG)

Starring Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly, Stan & Ollie tells the remarkable and heartwarming story of comedy duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy as they embark on a farewell tour across the UK.

20th March 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Shoplifters (15)

Join us on an odyssey to Japan with 2018’s Palme d’Or winning tale of a loving family who must face their darkest secrets being revealed.

27th March 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5