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Today's Screenings

  • Baby Driver

    Wed 28th June to Thu 6th July

    A talented young getaway driver has to think smart to save both his life and his love in writer-director Edgar Wright's fast and furious action comedy. Read more

  • The Graduate: 50th Anniversary

    Until Thu 29th June

    Mike Nichols' singular 1960s romantic drama hits fifty, starring Dustin Hoffman as a naive college student seduced by an older woman. Read more

  • Mad To Be Normal

    Until Thu 29th June

    David Tennant stars in this excellent biopic as controversial Scottish psychatrist RD Laing, who caused outrage in the medical profession by using 'self-healing' and LSD to treat the mentally ill. Read more

  • Wonder Woman

    Until Thu 29th June

    Gal Gadot wields her golden shield as the DC Universe welcomes Amazonian superhero Wonder Woman to the fold. Read more

  • Churchill

    Until Thu 29th June

    Brian Cox gives a sterling performance as Winston Churchill, playing him in the stressful days leading up to the 1944 D Day landings. Read more

  • Conjurer's Kitchen presents Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban

    Thu 29th June

    Join Conjurer's Kitchen for a family friendly screening of Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban which mixes food, film and magic. Read more

Next 7 Days

  • Baby Driver

    Wed 28th June to Thu 6th July

    A talented young getaway driver has to think smart to save both his life and his love in writer-director Edgar Wright's fast and furious action comedy. Read more

  • The Graduate: 50th Anniversary

    Until Thu 29th June

    Mike Nichols' singular 1960s romantic drama hits fifty, starring Dustin Hoffman as a naive college student seduced by an older woman. Read more

  • Mad To Be Normal

    Until Thu 29th June

    David Tennant stars in this excellent biopic as controversial Scottish psychatrist RD Laing, who caused outrage in the medical profession by using 'self-healing' and LSD to treat the mentally ill. Read more

  • Wonder Woman

    Until Thu 29th June

    Gal Gadot wields her golden shield as the DC Universe welcomes Amazonian superhero Wonder Woman to the fold. Read more

  • Churchill

    Until Thu 29th June

    Brian Cox gives a sterling performance as Winston Churchill, playing him in the stressful days leading up to the 1944 D Day landings. Read more

  • Conjurer's Kitchen presents Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban

    Thu 29th June

    Join Conjurer's Kitchen for a family friendly screening of Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban which mixes food, film and magic. Read more

  • Alone In Berlin

    Fri 30th June to Thu 6th July

    Emma Thompson and Brendan Gleeson fight the system with a campaign of anti-Nazi propaganda in this gripping drama set in 1940s Berlin. Read more

  • Risk

    Fri 30th June to Thu 6th July

    Director Laura Poitras takes viewers into the headlines with a portrait of the slippery Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and the internet's impact on global politics. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Superman

    Sun 2nd July

    Richard Donner delivers what's still one of the best superhero films ever made, as Christopher Reeve takes to the skies to fight Gene Hackman's villainous Lex Luthor. Read more

  • Cans Film Festival: L.A Confidential with Friels Cider

    Wed 5th July

    Curtis Hanson's neo-noir crime classic about three very different cops caught up in high level intrigue screens at The Electric this summer, with Friels Cider supplying the refreshments. Read more

All Films & Events

Cinematic Time Machine

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Superman

    Sun 2nd July

    Richard Donner delivers what's still one of the best superhero films ever made, as Christopher Reeve takes to the skies to fight Gene Hackman's villainous Lex Luthor. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Rocky

    Sun 9th July

    Sylvester Stallone burst onto the scene with this Oscar wining underdog story of a down at heel boxer given a shot at the big time. Read more

Live Theatre Screenings

Shock & Gore

Coming Soon

  • War For The Planet Of The Apes

    From Fri 14th July

    It's all out war as Caesar and his apes face off against Woody Harrelson's ruthless colonel in a fight to determine the future of both their species. Read more

  • Dunkirk

    From Fri 21st July

    'What has happened is a colossal military disaster...' Christopher Nolan animates history with an epic retelling of the rescue of 400,000 Allied troops, showing the operation on land, sea and air. Read more

  • England Is Mine

    August

    Director Mark Gill depicts the early years of the infamous Steven Patrick Morrissey, leading up to the day he met Johnny Marr. Read more

Special Events & Screenings

Conjurer's Kitchen

Cans Film Festival