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  • The Party

    Until Thu 26th Oct

    British writer-director Sally Potter invites you to the world's most awkward dinner party in this acerbic tragicomedy featuring Kristin Scott Thomas, Cillian Murphy and Timothy Spall. Read more

  • The Snowman

    Fri 13th Oct to Thu 19th Oct

    Jo Nesbø's literary detective Harry Hole finally reaches the big screen in the form of Michael Fassbender, investigating a Norwegian serial killer who has eluded police for years. Read more

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Until Thu 26th Oct

    Denis Villeneuve helms the long awaited Blade Runner sequel, featuring Officer K (Ryan Gosling) on the trail of former blade runner Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), who's been missing for 30 years. Read more

  • Loving Vincent

    Until Sun 5th Nov

    65,000 oil painted frames make up this one of a kind feature about the life and controversial death of Vincent van Gogh. Read more

Next 7 Days

  • The Party

    Until Thu 26th Oct

    British writer-director Sally Potter invites you to the world's most awkward dinner party in this acerbic tragicomedy featuring Kristin Scott Thomas, Cillian Murphy and Timothy Spall. Read more

  • The Snowman

    Fri 13th Oct to Thu 19th Oct

    Jo Nesbø's literary detective Harry Hole finally reaches the big screen in the form of Michael Fassbender, investigating a Norwegian serial killer who has eluded police for years. Read more

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Until Thu 26th Oct

    Denis Villeneuve helms the long awaited Blade Runner sequel, featuring Officer K (Ryan Gosling) on the trail of former blade runner Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), who's been missing for 30 years. Read more

  • Loving Vincent

    Until Sun 5th Nov

    65,000 oil painted frames make up this one of a kind feature about the life and controversial death of Vincent van Gogh. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Empire Records

    Thu 19th Oct

    Is there a film more 90s than US comedy drama Empire Records? Liv Tyler and Renee Zellweger play record store employees fighting a corporate takeover of their beloved workplace. Read more

  • The Death Of Stalin

    Fri 20th to Thu 26th Oct

    The Thick Of It meets Soviet Russia in writer-director Armando Iannucci's typically genius comedic take on the passing of Stalin and the ensuing violent tussle for power. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Romeo + Juliet

    Sun 22nd Oct

    Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes star as Shakespeare's star cross'd lovers in Baz Luhrmann's frenetic, emotionally charged 1996 feature. Read more

All Films & Events

  • The Party

    Until Thu 26th Oct

    British writer-director Sally Potter invites you to the world's most awkward dinner party in this acerbic tragicomedy featuring Kristin Scott Thomas, Cillian Murphy and Timothy Spall. Read more

  • The Snowman

    Fri 13th Oct to Thu 19th Oct

    Jo Nesbø's literary detective Harry Hole finally reaches the big screen in the form of Michael Fassbender, investigating a Norwegian serial killer who has eluded police for years. Read more

  • Blade Runner 2049

    Until Thu 26th Oct

    Denis Villeneuve helms the long awaited Blade Runner sequel, featuring Officer K (Ryan Gosling) on the trail of former blade runner Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), who's been missing for 30 years. Read more

  • Loving Vincent

    Until Sun 5th Nov

    65,000 oil painted frames make up this one of a kind feature about the life and controversial death of Vincent van Gogh. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Empire Records

    Thu 19th Oct

    Is there a film more 90s than US comedy drama Empire Records? Liv Tyler and Renee Zellweger play record store employees fighting a corporate takeover of their beloved workplace. Read more

  • The Death Of Stalin

    Fri 20th to Thu 26th Oct

    The Thick Of It meets Soviet Russia in writer-director Armando Iannucci's typically genius comedic take on the passing of Stalin and the ensuing violent tussle for power. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Romeo + Juliet

    Sun 22nd Oct

    Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes star as Shakespeare's star cross'd lovers in Baz Luhrmann's frenetic, emotionally charged 1996 feature. Read more

  • Thor: Ragnarok

    Fri 27th Oct to Thu 9th Nov

    Taika Waititi brings his unique comic sensibilities to the Thor universe in this psychedelic sequel, with Cate Blanchett taking on villain duties as Hela, the Goddess of Death. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Jackie Brown

    Sun 29th Oct

    Pam Grier's savvy air stewardess looks to outplay a federal agent and a bunch of lowlifes in Tarantino's achingly cool take on the snappy Elmore Leonard novel Rum Punch. Read more

  • Conjurer's Kitchen presents Saw

    Halloween

    Oh yes, there will be blood. And cake. Food artist Annabel de Vetten celebrates All Hallow's Eve with a screening of 2004 horror Saw, accompanied by some gory edible treats. Read more

  • Perfect Blue

    Wed 1st Nov

    A twentieth anniversary screening of Satoshi Kon's mind-bending anime about a pop singer who questions reality itself when she begins to suffer violent delusions. Read more

  • Murder On The Orient Express

    Fri 3rd to Thu 16th Nov

    Kenneth Branagh dons a lavish moustache to become infamous detective Hercule Poirot in this star-studded take on Agatha Christie's classic novel. Read more

  • Murder On The Orient Express Gala Night

    Fri 3rd Nov - SOLD OUT!

    Put on your best period frock or don your finest Poirot moustache and join us for a red carpet gala screening to celebrate Kenneth Branagh's stylish reinvention of Murder On The Orient Express. Read more

  • Murder On The Orient Express Gala After Party

    Fri 3rd Nov

    Due to popular demand, we've opened up a second screening for our Murder On The Orient Express gala party, featuring parlour games and vintage tunes from Sugarfoot Stomp. Read more

  • Boy

    Boy

    Tue 7th Nov

    Taika Waititi's 2010 feature Boy finally gets a UK release, a funny and heartwarming story of a boy searching for a hero. Read more

  • Predator: 30th Anniversary

    Thu 9th Nov

    Arnie faces off against a hunter from outer space in John McTiernan's testosterone-packed action classic. Read more

  • Call Me By Your Name

    Fri 10th to Thu 16th Nov

    Luca Guadagnino delivers a luscious, heartfelt adaptation of the André Aciman novel about the awakening desire between two men over the course of a gorgeous Italian summer. Read more

  • The Killing Of A Sacred Deer

    Fri 10th to Thu 16th Nov

    Yorgos Lanthimos subverts expectations with his new feature, an existential psychodrama tinged with horror about a surgeon (Colin Farrell) who finds his life falling apart. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Before Sunset

    Sun 12th Nov

    The second part of Richard Linklater's exemplary Before trilogy sees Jesse and Celine catch up in Paris, where they learn what life has dealt them both. Read more

  • Conjurer's Kitchen presents Pink Flamingos

    Tue 14th Nov

    Nobody does sleaze better than John Waters, whose counterculture classic Pink Flamingos is getting the Conjurer's Kitchen treatment as part of this year's SHOUT festival. Read more

  • The Florida Project

    From Fri 17th Nov

    Willem Dafoe gives a career best performance in director Sean Baker's poignant look at childhood set in a motel just outside Disney World. Read more

  • Drag Becomes Him

    Sun 19th Nov

    Drag Becomes Him provides an intimate glimpse inside the life of internationally acclaimed drag performer Jinkx Monsoon, screening as part of the 2017 SHOUT festival. Read more

  • The Routledge Companion To World Cinema book launch

    Thu 23rd Nov

    Join B Film and Professor Sally Faulkner for the launch of The Routledge Companion To World Cinema, followed by a screening of Pedro Almodóvar's All About My Mother. Read more

  • NT Live: Follies

    Sun 26th Nov

    Imelda Staunton shines in Dominic Cooke's staging of the toe tapping Stephen Sondheim musical centred around the all singing, all dancing Folllies girls. Read more

  • Shock & Gore presents American Psycho

    Wed 29th Nov

    Christian Bale is a yuppie with an unstoppable bloodlust in Mary Harron's razor-sharp adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis's controversial novel. Read more

  • NT Live: Hamlet

    Thu 30th Nov

    Another chance to see Benedict Cumberbatch as the Dane in Lyndsey Turner's 2015 production of the great Shakespearean tragedy. Read more

  • The Disaster Artist

    From Fri 1st Dec

    James Franco chronicles the making of a disasterpiece in this hilarious tribute to Tommy Wiseau and his cult bad movie The Room. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Moulin Rouge

    Sun 3rd Dec

    Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor sing, dance and scale the heights of passion in Baz Luhrmann's eye-popping 2001 spectacle. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Oldboy

    Wed 6th Dec

    Park Chan-wook's hyperviolent 2003 thriller sees a businessman seek revenge on the people who jailed him for 15 years with no explanation. Read more

  • Moonlight

    Fri 8th to Thu 14th Dec

    Another chance to see Barry Jenkins's Oscar winning drama about the turbulent life of an African-American gay man growing up in the US. Read more

  • La La Land

    Fri 8th to Mon 11th Dec

    Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone dance and sing their way through this multi award winning musical from writer-director Damien Chazelle. Read more

  • Dunkirk

    Sat 9th & Sun 10th Dec

    Christopher Nolan's powerful account of the evacuation of British troops at Dunkirk is undoubtedly one of the year's finest films. Read more

  • Beauty & The Beast

    Sat 9th to Tue 12th Dec

    Bill Condon's sumptuous live action version of the Disney classic, with Emma Watson as the beauty and Dan Stevens as the beast. Read more

  • Baby Driver

    Sat 9th & Tue 12th Dec

    Director Edgar Wright unleashes some visual pyrotechnics and jaw-dropping car stunts for this fast and furious heist movie. Read more

  • The Red Turtle

    Sun 10th to Wed 13th Dec

    A gorgeous, dialogue free animation from Studio Ghibli and Michael Dudok de Wit ranks as one of the year's most memorable features. Read more

  • Merlot On The Orient Express wine tasting

    Sun 10th Dec

    Join wine expert Tony Elvin for a night of murder and Merlot as audience members enjoy a collection of wines from different European locations alongside a screening of Kenneth Branagh's new Agatha Christie adaptation. Read more

  • A Ghost Story

    Sun 10th & Mon 11th Dec

    Director David Lowery directs Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck in a beautiful exploration of legacy, loss and the human longing for connection. Read more

  • Get Out

    Mon 11th & Wed 13th Dec

    Jordan Peele dissects race relations in America with this unsettling horror about a black man who makes a terrifying discovery about his white girlfriend's parents. Read more

  • The Handmaiden: Director's Cut

    Tue 12th Dec

    Korean director Park Chan-wook's exhilarating period thriller inspired by Sarah Waters’ best-selling novel Fingersmith, featuring an additional 22 minutes of footage. Read more

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens

    Wed 13th Dec

    Catch a one-off screening of JJ Abrams' thrilling 2015 Star Wars adventure before our midnight screenings of The Last Jedi. Read more

  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Thu 14th to Thu 28th Dec

    Director Rian Johnson delivers the next chapter in the Star Wars saga, which delves into the disappearance of Luke Skywalker and his return from exile. Read more

  • NT Live: Young Marx

    Sat 30th Dec

    Rory Kinnear is Marx and Oliver Chris is Engels, in this new comedy from the creative team behind hit comedy One Man, Two Guvnors. Read more

Cinematic Time Machine

Live Theatre Screenings

  • NT Live: Follies

    Sun 26th Nov

    Imelda Staunton shines in Dominic Cooke's staging of the toe tapping Stephen Sondheim musical centred around the all singing, all dancing Folllies girls. Read more

  • NT Live: Hamlet

    Thu 30th Nov

    Another chance to see Benedict Cumberbatch as the Dane in Lyndsey Turner's 2015 production of the great Shakespearean tragedy. Read more

  • NT Live: Young Marx

    Sat 30th Dec

    Rory Kinnear is Marx and Oliver Chris is Engels, in this new comedy from the creative team behind hit comedy One Man, Two Guvnors. Read more

Shock & Gore

Coming Soon

  • The Florida Project

    From Fri 17th Nov

    Willem Dafoe gives a career best performance in director Sean Baker's poignant look at childhood set in a motel just outside Disney World. Read more

  • The Disaster Artist

    From Fri 1st Dec

    James Franco chronicles the making of a disasterpiece in this hilarious tribute to Tommy Wiseau and his cult bad movie The Room. Read more

Special Events & Screenings

  • Conjurer's Kitchen presents Saw

    Halloween

    Oh yes, there will be blood. And cake. Food artist Annabel de Vetten celebrates All Hallow's Eve with a screening of 2004 horror Saw, accompanied by some gory edible treats. Read more

  • Murder On The Orient Express Gala Night

    Fri 3rd Nov - SOLD OUT!

    Put on your best period frock or don your finest Poirot moustache and join us for a red carpet gala screening to celebrate Kenneth Branagh's stylish reinvention of Murder On The Orient Express. Read more

  • Murder On The Orient Express Gala After Party

    Fri 3rd Nov

    Due to popular demand, we've opened up a second screening for our Murder On The Orient Express gala party, featuring parlour games and vintage tunes from Sugarfoot Stomp. Read more

  • Predator: 30th Anniversary

    Thu 9th Nov

    Arnie faces off against a hunter from outer space in John McTiernan's testosterone-packed action classic. Read more

  • Conjurer's Kitchen presents Pink Flamingos

    Tue 14th Nov

    Nobody does sleaze better than John Waters, whose counterculture classic Pink Flamingos is getting the Conjurer's Kitchen treatment as part of this year's SHOUT festival. Read more

  • Drag Becomes Him

    Sun 19th Nov

    Drag Becomes Him provides an intimate glimpse inside the life of internationally acclaimed drag performer Jinkx Monsoon, screening as part of the 2017 SHOUT festival. Read more

  • The Routledge Companion To World Cinema book launch

    Thu 23rd Nov

    Join B Film and Professor Sally Faulkner for the launch of The Routledge Companion To World Cinema, followed by a screening of Pedro Almodóvar's All About My Mother. Read more

  • Merlot On The Orient Express wine tasting

    Sun 10th Dec

    Join wine expert Tony Elvin for a night of murder and Merlot as audience members enjoy a collection of wines from different European locations alongside a screening of Kenneth Branagh's new Agatha Christie adaptation. Read more

Conjurer's Kitchen

  • Conjurer's Kitchen presents Saw

    Halloween

    Oh yes, there will be blood. And cake. Food artist Annabel de Vetten celebrates All Hallow's Eve with a screening of 2004 horror Saw, accompanied by some gory edible treats. Read more

  • Conjurer's Kitchen presents Pink Flamingos

    Tue 14th Nov

    Nobody does sleaze better than John Waters, whose counterculture classic Pink Flamingos is getting the Conjurer's Kitchen treatment as part of this year's SHOUT festival. Read more

Best Of 2017

  • Moonlight

    Fri 8th to Thu 14th Dec

    Another chance to see Barry Jenkins's Oscar winning drama about the turbulent life of an African-American gay man growing up in the US. Read more

  • La La Land

    Fri 8th to Mon 11th Dec

    Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone dance and sing their way through this multi award winning musical from writer-director Damien Chazelle. Read more

  • Dunkirk

    Sat 9th & Sun 10th Dec

    Christopher Nolan's powerful account of the evacuation of British troops at Dunkirk is undoubtedly one of the year's finest films. Read more

  • Beauty & The Beast

    Sat 9th to Tue 12th Dec

    Bill Condon's sumptuous live action version of the Disney classic, with Emma Watson as the beauty and Dan Stevens as the beast. Read more

  • Baby Driver

    Sat 9th & Tue 12th Dec

    Director Edgar Wright unleashes some visual pyrotechnics and jaw-dropping car stunts for this fast and furious heist movie. Read more

  • The Red Turtle

    Sun 10th to Wed 13th Dec

    A gorgeous, dialogue free animation from Studio Ghibli and Michael Dudok de Wit ranks as one of the year's most memorable features. Read more

  • Merlot On The Orient Express wine tasting

    Sun 10th Dec

    Join wine expert Tony Elvin for a night of murder and Merlot as audience members enjoy a collection of wines from different European locations alongside a screening of Kenneth Branagh's new Agatha Christie adaptation. Read more

  • A Ghost Story

    Sun 10th & Mon 11th Dec

    Director David Lowery directs Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck in a beautiful exploration of legacy, loss and the human longing for connection. Read more

  • Get Out

    Mon 11th & Wed 13th Dec

    Jordan Peele dissects race relations in America with this unsettling horror about a black man who makes a terrifying discovery about his white girlfriend's parents. Read more

  • The Handmaiden: Director's Cut

    Tue 12th Dec

    Korean director Park Chan-wook's exhilarating period thriller inspired by Sarah Waters’ best-selling novel Fingersmith, featuring an additional 22 minutes of footage. Read more