No6 is the only cinema in the area where one can enjoy a glass of wine or beer before and/or during the film. We have a bijou bar area serving a range of beverages, wines, beers, soft drinks and snacks.
As we are all making a concerted effort to cut down on single use plastic waste we are really, really happy when customers bring their own cups for refilling, so please feel free to bring your own. If you haven’t got anything suitable No6 has its own bespoke ‘festival cups’ available to purchase from the bar.
It’s a great place to meet friends before the film and the more people in the bar the better the atmosphere!
Our Thursday night film is a very spooky story about a lady in red, artery red to be precise. In Fabric is Phantom Thread with added phantoms.
Friday night’s film is the first film in our Dark Prophecies Season. Pan’s Labyrinth is set in 1940’s Spain and offers a resonant allegory of fascism, totalitarianism and lost innocence. Historical events collide with a twisted fairytale narrative as Ofelia embarks on journey into the dark heart of the Franco regime.
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck doesn’t make a lot of films so they are to be seriously cherished when they do come along. Receiving a standing ovation at Cannes, Never Look Away is the story of seeing and not seeing and is loosely based on the early life of painter Gerhard Richter. A Saturday night to look forward to, it’s a long film so have a sustaining snack before you come.