Fewer paper programmes

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In an endeavour to reduce waste, we are cutting down on the number of paper programmes we are having printed and distributed around the city. Since covid many places refuse to take leaflets any more and a greater number of people have become much more adept at researching their information and booking online. We know some people do like a paper programme so they will still be available in libraries, from the cinema and community centres.
The pdf version on the website is a printable version easily printed at home.

“When I’m in the mountains, life is so incredibly simple.”

No camera, no rope and no margin for error. Thursday’s film The Alpinist follows Marc-Andre Leclerc, possibly the world’s finest climber on one of his boldest solo ascents.

Who made Tony Soprano?

Who made Tony Soprano? So many people made him and you can find out who they were in The Many Saints of Newark on Friday evening. 

He came as the caretaker, but this hotel had its own guardians - who'd been there a long time…

On Saturday night Stanley Kubrick gives his vision to the iconic Stephen King novel The Shining. Atmospheric with a feeling of unease from the off!

Coming Soon...

Dear Future Children follows three young female activists in Hong Kong, Chile and Uganda. Each has their own agenda, each eloquent and powerful. Showing on Thursday 25th November at 7pm.

A documentary about young activism worldwide.

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