March-ing onwards and upwards

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As we hurtle on towards Spring and the awards season you can now see our March programme up on the website. The paper programmes should be delivered early next week so they will be available at the cinema from next Thursday.

We have already shown a number of the Oscar contenders at No6 but have reserved a slot at the end of March so that we can reprise one of the big winners. Belfast seems to be top contender for Best Film which we will be screening for the second time on Thurs 17th at 4.15pm with subtitles and maybe again at the end of March if it wins, we’ll keep you posted. 

No matter how far you go, you never forget where you came from.

Don’t forget the free tea/coffee and biscuits we’ll be dishing out before the matinee screening of Belfast at 4.15pm on Thursday 17th Feb. Beer/wine will also be available if you prefer but I’m afraid it’s not free! This screening will be subtitled.

Enter a world where you can live, where you can love and be free.

Belle on Thursday 17th February at 7.00pm is an eye popping animation which sparkles and shines. We are showing the V/O with English subtitles.

The genius behind The Beach Boys and the California sound.

Kindly, affectionate and gentle filmmaking puts Wilson at his ease in Friday’s film Brian Wilson: Long Promised Roadon Friday 18th at 7.00pm.

An ambitious carnival worker hooks up with a female psychiatrist who is even more dangerous than he is.

Can’t beat an unabashed all out del Toro noir for a Saturday Night. Nightmare Alley is a waking nightmare with Bradley Cooper at his best as the worst monster.

Coming Soon...

The Beatles: Get Back - Rooftop Concert on Thursday 3rd March, the last concert by one of the most influential bands ever.

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