February Programme is up, up and away…

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Back to all posts The bigger the life, the greater the risk. Torn is showing at No6 on Thursday 10th February

Yes the Feb programme is up on the website and there will be some flyers available to pick up in the cinema and from libraries next week. We have some corkers on the slate including Licorice (liquorice surely?) Pizza, Torn, Belfast, True Romance for Valentine’s and more.

Apart from the new programme we are trying out some new beers in the bar. We thought we’d give some wallop from the newly established Powder Monkey a try. They are based in some beautifully converted buildings on Priddy’s Hard and there is a rumour that they are developing a ‘dockyard brew’ specifically for outlets in the historic dockyard. Anyway, we’d be interested to hear you opinions on the new brewskis.

An immersive portrait of dance pioneer Alvin Ailey, told through his own words and a new dance inspired by his life.

Thursday’s film Ailey is assembled with apt regards for for movement and rhythm, if you loved West Side story find out more about contemporary American dance in this beautiful film.

The relationship between artist-partners Tomas and Anja is put to the test after Anja gets a life-threatening diagnosis.

Nordic dramas can be a little dark but the effect of Hope on Friday night is anything but depressing.

The choice is yours.

The Matrix: Resurrections on Saturday night is still singular in its graphic splendour with juicy themes of identity, consent, and the limits of conspiratorial thinking.

Coming Soon...

The Colour Room on Thursday 3rd February is the story of Clarice Cliff the trailblazing, feminist ceramicist.

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