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Back to all posts Parasite is sure to be busy this Saturday, make sure you book in advance.

Such is the value of the Asian market, Universal have decided to postpone the April release date of the latest Bond film until November. This is a unique set of circumstances that only applies to the Bond film, although you will be delighted to hear that ‘Trolls World Tour’ release date has been brought forward to fill the Bond gap. Other major studios have no plans to move current titles.

No6 will remain open and will to continue to welcome customers unless a specific situation arises: business as usual.

Keeping secrets are ye?

Thursday’s film The Lighthouse is the salty story of two men trapped in a turret.

Today's a marvellous day for adventures!

Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote on Friday embodies the pain and ecstasy of the creative process both on and off the screen.

Act like you own the place.

Book quickly to see Saturday night’s film Parasite because;

a) Its is a gasp-inducing masterpiece.
b) It is the first foreign language film to win the Oscar for best picture.
c) Tickets are selling fast.

Up Next Week... The Personal History of David Copperfield at 4.15pm with subtitles, The Terminator, Greed, Emma.

Coming Soon... ”A scratch? Your arm is off!” Classic banter from Monty Python and the Holy Grail, screening at No6 on Friday 17th April at 7.00pm.

And Now! At last! Another film completely different from some of the other films which aren't quite the same as this one is.

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