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Today's Screenings

  • Mission: Impossible - Fallout

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    Tom Cruise is back to his death-defying ways in the pulse-pounding sixth chapter of the Mission: Impossible franchise. Read more

  • Apostasy

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    Written and directed by a former Jehovah's Witness, Apostasy is a remarkable debut British feature about a young Witness facing expulsion from her faith. Read more

  • The Incredibles 2

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    Everyone’s favourite brood of everyday superheroes is back, fourteen years after The Incredibles first booked a special place in our hearts with a delightful mix of all-action adventure and relatable family dynamics. Read more

  • Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    The catchy ABBA tunes, the sun kissed locations and the all-star cast return for another feelgood musical extravaganza, this time with added Cher. Read more

  • The Public Image Is Rotten

    Tue 14th & Wed 22nd Aug

    Tabbert Fiiller’s lively documentary looks at Johnny Lydon and his career after the Sex Pistols as part of the similarly ground-breaking band Public Image Ltd. Read more

Next 7 Days

  • Mission: Impossible - Fallout

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    Tom Cruise is back to his death-defying ways in the pulse-pounding sixth chapter of the Mission: Impossible franchise. Read more

  • Apostasy

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    Written and directed by a former Jehovah's Witness, Apostasy is a remarkable debut British feature about a young Witness facing expulsion from her faith. Read more

  • The Incredibles 2

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    Everyone’s favourite brood of everyday superheroes is back, fourteen years after The Incredibles first booked a special place in our hearts with a delightful mix of all-action adventure and relatable family dynamics. Read more

  • Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    The catchy ABBA tunes, the sun kissed locations and the all-star cast return for another feelgood musical extravaganza, this time with added Cher. Read more

  • The Birds

    Wed 15th Aug

    Hitchcock's classic avian-based terror in which a town finds itself under inexplicable and savage attack by flocks of wild birds. Read more

  • The Public Image Is Rotten

    Tue 14th & Wed 22nd Aug

    Tabbert Fiiller’s lively documentary looks at Johnny Lydon and his career after the Sex Pistols as part of the similarly ground-breaking band Public Image Ltd. Read more

  • The Festival

    Fri 17th til Thu 23rd Aug

    From the makers of The Inbetweeners comes the hilarious, must-see event of the summer. After Nick's (Thomas) girlfriend dumps him, his best mate Shane (Animashaun) has the perfect antidote to his break-up blues: three days at an epic music festival. Read more

  • Elvis: '68 Comeback Special - 50th Anniversary

    Thu 16th til Wed 22nd Aug

    A 50th anniversary re-release of Elvis Presley's 1968 comeback concert special, complete with twenty minutes of exclusive bonus content. Read more

  • Strangers On A Train

    Sat 18th and Sun 19th Aug

    Hitchcock weaves a frantic crisscross of thriller and black comedy that perfectly distils the dichotomy of genius and madness at the heart of the perfect murder. Read more

All Films & Events

  • Mission: Impossible - Fallout

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    Tom Cruise is back to his death-defying ways in the pulse-pounding sixth chapter of the Mission: Impossible franchise. Read more

  • Apostasy

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    Written and directed by a former Jehovah's Witness, Apostasy is a remarkable debut British feature about a young Witness facing expulsion from her faith. Read more

  • The Incredibles 2

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    Everyone’s favourite brood of everyday superheroes is back, fourteen years after The Incredibles first booked a special place in our hearts with a delightful mix of all-action adventure and relatable family dynamics. Read more

  • Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

    Until Thu 23rd Aug

    The catchy ABBA tunes, the sun kissed locations and the all-star cast return for another feelgood musical extravaganza, this time with added Cher. Read more

  • The Birds

    Wed 15th Aug

    Hitchcock's classic avian-based terror in which a town finds itself under inexplicable and savage attack by flocks of wild birds. Read more

  • The Public Image Is Rotten

    Tue 14th & Wed 22nd Aug

    Tabbert Fiiller’s lively documentary looks at Johnny Lydon and his career after the Sex Pistols as part of the similarly ground-breaking band Public Image Ltd. Read more

  • The Festival

    Fri 17th til Thu 23rd Aug

    From the makers of The Inbetweeners comes the hilarious, must-see event of the summer. After Nick's (Thomas) girlfriend dumps him, his best mate Shane (Animashaun) has the perfect antidote to his break-up blues: three days at an epic music festival. Read more

  • Elvis: '68 Comeback Special - 50th Anniversary

    Thu 16th til Wed 22nd Aug

    A 50th anniversary re-release of Elvis Presley's 1968 comeback concert special, complete with twenty minutes of exclusive bonus content. Read more

  • Strangers On A Train

    Sat 18th and Sun 19th Aug

    Hitchcock weaves a frantic crisscross of thriller and black comedy that perfectly distils the dichotomy of genius and madness at the heart of the perfect murder. Read more

  • Dial M For Murder 3D

    Thu 23rd Aug

    One of Hitchcock’s more theatrical thrillers, dazzling visually with the aid of 3D, all within the confines of a single set. Grace Kelly kills in self-defence only to find herself accused of her attacker’s murder. Read more

  • BlacKkKlansman

    From Fri 24th Aug

    A black police officer infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan in Spike Lee's outrageous new comedy drama, based on an unbelievable true story. Read more

  • Rear Window

    Sat 25th & Sun 26th Aug

    James Stewart gives a riveting performance in Hitchcock's tale of voyeurism and obsession, playing a photographer who becomes convinced he's seen a murder in the flats opposite his apartment window. Read more

  • Rebecca

    Wed 29th Aug

    Hitchcock's first American film is a haunting gothic romance based on Daphne du Maurier's novel about a shy young woman swept off her feet by an aristocratic widower. Read more

  • The Man From Mo'Wax

    Thu 30th Aug

    The remarkable story of James Lavelle, superstar DJ who founded the pioneering record label Mo'Wax at just 18 years of age. Read more

  • The Children Act

    From Fri 31st Aug

    Emma Thompson gives a powerhouse performance in this Ian McEwan adaptation, playing a high court judge asked to preside over a case involving a young boy refusing a blood transfusion on religious grounds. Read more

  • Tarantino All Nighter: Reservoir Dogs

    Fri 7th Sept

    Don your blackest skinny tie and join us for a screening of Reservoir Dogs followed by a live Tarantino themed Generation Game with real prizes. It's time to go to work! Read more

  • Dredd 3D + Q&A

    Sat 15th Sep - SOLD OUT!

    A very special screening of the universally adored 2012 Dredd 3D movie, preceded by a Q&A with writer John Wagner and artist Carlos Ezquerra, creators of the original Judge Dredd character for the 2000 AD comic. Read more

  • An Afternoon with Bob Monkhouse

    Sun 30th Sept

    When Bob Monkhouse passed away his archive was left alone for many years. Eventually it found a home at Kaleidoscope, who have been cataloguing, digitising and restoring it ever since. Today we will be screening some of those highlights including Mad Movies, My Pal Bob and The Golden Shot. Props and artefacts kept by the archive will also be displayed. Chris Perry will host the day for us. Read more

  • Behind The Screens Tour

    Sun 12th Aug

    Get a 'behind the screens' tour of the UK's oldest working cinema and find out about the building's fascinating history, stretching from 1909 to the present day. Read more

  • Heathers: 30th Anniversary

    Sat 11th Aug

    So what is your damage, Heather? Depressed? Suicidal? Eating disorder? Whatever it is, all are welcome at our 30th anniversary screening of the ultimate high school movie Heathers, a brutally funny cult hit that exposed the teen experience for what it really is - an absolute f**king nightmare. Read more

  • NT Live: Julie

    Thu 27th Sep

    Vanessa Kirby and Eric Kofi Abrefa star in this savage update of August Strinberg’s play Miss Julie, recorded at the National Theatre. Read more

  • NT Live: King Lear

    Sun 14th Oct

    Ian McKellen returns to the role of King Lear for this five star production of Shakespeare's astonishing tragedy. Read more

  • Bohemian Rhapsody Preview Screenings

    Wed 24th & 25th Oct

    Rami Malek gives an Oscar tipped performance in this celebration of rock band Queen and their charismatic lead singer Freddie Mercury. Read more

  • Cliff Richard Live: 60th Anniversary Tour

    Sun 28th Oct

    Cliff Richard celebrates sixty years of show business with a concert featuring a selection of his greatest hits from across six decades. Read more

  • The Box Of Delights

    Sat 1st Dec

    The wolves are running again this Yuletide as we screen all six episodes of the classic BBC fantasy show in one marathon event. Read more

  • NT Live: The Madness of George III

    Sun 9th Dec

    Mark Gatiss portrays the mentally ill King George III in Alan Bannett's acclaimed play, recorded at Nottingham Playhouse. Read more

Live Theatre Screenings

  • NT Live: Julie

    Thu 27th Sep

    Vanessa Kirby and Eric Kofi Abrefa star in this savage update of August Strinberg’s play Miss Julie, recorded at the National Theatre. Read more

  • NT Live: King Lear

    Sun 14th Oct

    Ian McKellen returns to the role of King Lear for this five star production of Shakespeare's astonishing tragedy. Read more

  • NT Live: The Madness of George III

    Sun 9th Dec

    Mark Gatiss portrays the mentally ill King George III in Alan Bannett's acclaimed play, recorded at Nottingham Playhouse. Read more

Coming Soon

  • BlacKkKlansman

    From Fri 24th Aug

    A black police officer infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan in Spike Lee's outrageous new comedy drama, based on an unbelievable true story. Read more

  • The Children Act

    From Fri 31st Aug

    Emma Thompson gives a powerhouse performance in this Ian McEwan adaptation, playing a high court judge asked to preside over a case involving a young boy refusing a blood transfusion on religious grounds. Read more

  • An Afternoon with Bob Monkhouse

    Sun 30th Sept

    When Bob Monkhouse passed away his archive was left alone for many years. Eventually it found a home at Kaleidoscope, who have been cataloguing, digitising and restoring it ever since. Today we will be screening some of those highlights including Mad Movies, My Pal Bob and The Golden Shot. Props and artefacts kept by the archive will also be displayed. Chris Perry will host the day for us. Read more

  • Bohemian Rhapsody Preview Screenings

    Wed 24th & 25th Oct

    Rami Malek gives an Oscar tipped performance in this celebration of rock band Queen and their charismatic lead singer Freddie Mercury. Read more

Special Events & Screenings

  • The Public Image Is Rotten

    Tue 14th & Wed 22nd Aug

    Tabbert Fiiller’s lively documentary looks at Johnny Lydon and his career after the Sex Pistols as part of the similarly ground-breaking band Public Image Ltd. Read more

  • Elvis: '68 Comeback Special - 50th Anniversary

    Thu 16th til Wed 22nd Aug

    A 50th anniversary re-release of Elvis Presley's 1968 comeback concert special, complete with twenty minutes of exclusive bonus content. Read more

  • Tarantino All Nighter: Reservoir Dogs

    Fri 7th Sept

    Don your blackest skinny tie and join us for a screening of Reservoir Dogs followed by a live Tarantino themed Generation Game with real prizes. It's time to go to work! Read more

  • Dredd 3D + Q&A

    Sat 15th Sep - SOLD OUT!

    A very special screening of the universally adored 2012 Dredd 3D movie, preceded by a Q&A with writer John Wagner and artist Carlos Ezquerra, creators of the original Judge Dredd character for the 2000 AD comic. Read more

  • An Afternoon with Bob Monkhouse

    Sun 30th Sept

    When Bob Monkhouse passed away his archive was left alone for many years. Eventually it found a home at Kaleidoscope, who have been cataloguing, digitising and restoring it ever since. Today we will be screening some of those highlights including Mad Movies, My Pal Bob and The Golden Shot. Props and artefacts kept by the archive will also be displayed. Chris Perry will host the day for us. Read more

  • Behind The Screens Tour

    Sun 12th Aug

    Get a 'behind the screens' tour of the UK's oldest working cinema and find out about the building's fascinating history, stretching from 1909 to the present day. Read more

  • Bohemian Rhapsody Preview Screenings

    Wed 24th & 25th Oct

    Rami Malek gives an Oscar tipped performance in this celebration of rock band Queen and their charismatic lead singer Freddie Mercury. Read more

  • Cliff Richard Live: 60th Anniversary Tour

    Sun 28th Oct

    Cliff Richard celebrates sixty years of show business with a concert featuring a selection of his greatest hits from across six decades. Read more

  • The Box Of Delights

    Sat 1st Dec

    The wolves are running again this Yuletide as we screen all six episodes of the classic BBC fantasy show in one marathon event. Read more

Hitchcock season

  • The Birds

    Wed 15th Aug

    Hitchcock's classic avian-based terror in which a town finds itself under inexplicable and savage attack by flocks of wild birds. Read more

  • Strangers On A Train

    Sat 18th and Sun 19th Aug

    Hitchcock weaves a frantic crisscross of thriller and black comedy that perfectly distils the dichotomy of genius and madness at the heart of the perfect murder. Read more

  • Dial M For Murder 3D

    Thu 23rd Aug

    One of Hitchcock’s more theatrical thrillers, dazzling visually with the aid of 3D, all within the confines of a single set. Grace Kelly kills in self-defence only to find herself accused of her attacker’s murder. Read more

  • Rear Window

    Sat 25th & Sun 26th Aug

    James Stewart gives a riveting performance in Hitchcock's tale of voyeurism and obsession, playing a photographer who becomes convinced he's seen a murder in the flats opposite his apartment window. Read more

  • Rebecca

    Wed 29th Aug

    Hitchcock's first American film is a haunting gothic romance based on Daphne du Maurier's novel about a shy young woman swept off her feet by an aristocratic widower. Read more