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Today's Screenings

  • Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

    Fri 20th July to Thu 2nd 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

  • First Reformed

    Fri 20th to Thu 26th July

    Ethan Hawke delivers a mesmerising performance in Paul Schrader's gripping, critically acclaimed drama about a parish priest's crisis of faith. Read more

Next 7 Days

  • Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

    Fri 20th July to Thu 2nd 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

  • First Reformed

    Fri 20th to Thu 26th July

    Ethan Hawke delivers a mesmerising performance in Paul Schrader's gripping, critically acclaimed drama about a parish priest's crisis of faith. Read more

  • Mary Shelley

    Until Thu 26th July

    Elle Fanning plays the writer who gave the world Frankenstein in this thoughtful biopic of a woman who channelled her demons into a legend for the ages. Read more

  • Swimming With Men

    Fri 13th to Wed 25th July

    Rob Brydon plays an accountant undergoing a mid-life crisis who joins an all-male group of synchronised swimmers in this feelgood British comedy. Read more

  • Leave No Trace

    Until Thu 26th July

    A man and his teenage daughter who've been living in the wild are forced to reconnect with society in Oscar nominee Debra Granik's moving new film. Read more

  • Cape Fear

    Fri 27th Jul to Sat 4th August

    Robert Mitchum plays one of the big screen's most terrifying psychopaths in this menacing 1962 chiller about a lawyer stalked by a rapist he put in jail. Read more

  • The Secret Of Marrowbone

    Fri 27th Jul to Thu 2nd Aug

    A group of bereaved siblings face up to the ghosts of their past in this haunting period horror from Sergio G. Sánchez. Read more

  • Buffy & Angel Crossover Shindig

    Fri 27th July - SOLD OUT!

    Scooby gangs across the country, unite! We're repeating last year's celebration of Joss Whedon’s Buffy The Vampire Slayer TV series, only now with added Angel. Read more

  • The Addiction

    Fri 27th July

    Abel Ferrara's 1995 arthouse horror sees Lily Taylor's philosophy student stalk the beautifully shot streets of New York in search of blood. Read more

  • We Want Information: A Celebration of The Prisoner

    Sat 28th July

    Fifty years ago, ITV broadcast the final episode of The Prisoner. Celebrate this landmark series with a screening of the last two episodes of Patrick McGoohan's mind-blowing drama, introduced by the founders of the Six Of One Prisoner appreciation society. Read more

  • Jubilee

    Sat 28th Jul

    Derek Jarman envisages a punk London roamed by violent girl gangs in his 1978 post-apocalyptic fantasia Jubilee, starring Toyah Willcox and Rocky Horror's Little Nell. Read more

  • Terminal

    Sat 28th July

    Margot Robbie and Simon Pegg star in this twisted comic book film noir populated by cold-blooded killers and mysterious femme fatales. Read more

  • Shock & Gore party night: Blade

    Sat 28th July

    A 20th anniversary screening of the blood-drenched comic book horror Blade as part of our annual Shock & Gore party night. Read more

  • Shock & Gore party night: Night Of The Living Dead

    Sat 28th July

    A 50th anniversary screening of George A. Romero's horror masterpiece as part of our annual Shock & Gore party night. Read more

  • The Old Dark House

    Sun 29th Jul to Fri 3rd Aug

    Considered lost for many years, this 1932 horror from Dudley native James Whale set the template for the haunted house movie, complete with a devilish sense of humour. Read more

  • The Dark Crystal

    Sun 29th July

    Revisit the dark and fantastic world of Thra in Jim Henson's cult 1982 animatronic adventure. Read more

  • Shock & Gore 2018 short film showcase

    Sun 29th Jul

    Another year's collection of Shock & Gore shorts sourced from across the globe, featuring lashings of blood and plenty of dark comedy. Read more

  • Man Bites Dog

    Sun 29th July

    A documentary film crew become complicit in a serial killer's savage crimes in this pitch black Belgian comedy that outraged audiences across the globe. Read more

All Films & Events

  • Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

    Fri 20th July to Thu 2nd 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

  • First Reformed

    Fri 20th to Thu 26th July

    Ethan Hawke delivers a mesmerising performance in Paul Schrader's gripping, critically acclaimed drama about a parish priest's crisis of faith. Read more

  • Mary Shelley

    Until Thu 26th July

    Elle Fanning plays the writer who gave the world Frankenstein in this thoughtful biopic of a woman who channelled her demons into a legend for the ages. Read more

  • Swimming With Men

    Fri 13th to Wed 25th July

    Rob Brydon plays an accountant undergoing a mid-life crisis who joins an all-male group of synchronised swimmers in this feelgood British comedy. Read more

  • Leave No Trace

    Until Thu 26th July

    A man and his teenage daughter who've been living in the wild are forced to reconnect with society in Oscar nominee Debra Granik's moving new film. Read more

  • Cape Fear

    Fri 27th Jul to Sat 4th August

    Robert Mitchum plays one of the big screen's most terrifying psychopaths in this menacing 1962 chiller about a lawyer stalked by a rapist he put in jail. Read more

  • The Secret Of Marrowbone

    Fri 27th Jul to Thu 2nd Aug

    A group of bereaved siblings face up to the ghosts of their past in this haunting period horror from Sergio G. Sánchez. Read more

  • Buffy & Angel Crossover Shindig

    Fri 27th July - SOLD OUT!

    Scooby gangs across the country, unite! We're repeating last year's celebration of Joss Whedon’s Buffy The Vampire Slayer TV series, only now with added Angel. Read more

  • The Addiction

    Fri 27th July

    Abel Ferrara's 1995 arthouse horror sees Lily Taylor's philosophy student stalk the beautifully shot streets of New York in search of blood. Read more

  • We Want Information: A Celebration of The Prisoner

    Sat 28th July

    Fifty years ago, ITV broadcast the final episode of The Prisoner. Celebrate this landmark series with a screening of the last two episodes of Patrick McGoohan's mind-blowing drama, introduced by the founders of the Six Of One Prisoner appreciation society. Read more

  • Jubilee

    Sat 28th Jul

    Derek Jarman envisages a punk London roamed by violent girl gangs in his 1978 post-apocalyptic fantasia Jubilee, starring Toyah Willcox and Rocky Horror's Little Nell. Read more

  • Terminal

    Sat 28th July

    Margot Robbie and Simon Pegg star in this twisted comic book film noir populated by cold-blooded killers and mysterious femme fatales. Read more

  • Shock & Gore party night: Blade

    Sat 28th July

    A 20th anniversary screening of the blood-drenched comic book horror Blade as part of our annual Shock & Gore party night. Read more

  • Shock & Gore party night: Night Of The Living Dead

    Sat 28th July

    A 50th anniversary screening of George A. Romero's horror masterpiece as part of our annual Shock & Gore party night. Read more

  • The Old Dark House

    Sun 29th Jul to Fri 3rd Aug

    Considered lost for many years, this 1932 horror from Dudley native James Whale set the template for the haunted house movie, complete with a devilish sense of humour. Read more

  • The Dark Crystal

    Sun 29th July

    Revisit the dark and fantastic world of Thra in Jim Henson's cult 1982 animatronic adventure. Read more

  • Shock & Gore 2018 short film showcase

    Sun 29th Jul

    Another year's collection of Shock & Gore shorts sourced from across the globe, featuring lashings of blood and plenty of dark comedy. Read more

  • Man Bites Dog

    Sun 29th July

    A documentary film crew become complicit in a serial killer's savage crimes in this pitch black Belgian comedy that outraged audiences across the globe. Read more

  • The Masque Of The Red Death (1964)

    Tue 31st July

    Roger Corman's 1964 take on the classic Edgar Allan Poe story is a gloriously over-the-top affair featuring Vincent Price as a Satan worshipping prince. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Carrie + intro

    Wed 1st Aug

    Brian De Palma's 1976 horror classic encapsulates the horrors of being a teenager as Sissy Spacek's bullied schoolgirl discovers some extraordinary powers. Read more

  • Conjurer's Kitchen presents The Silence Of The Lambs

    Thu 2nd Aug - SOLD OUT!

    Annabel de Vetten cooks up some devilish treats to accompany a screening of the multi-Oscar winning serial killer thriller The Silence Of The Lambs. Read more

  • High-Rise at the top of the Rotunda

    Thu 2nd Aug - SOLD OUT!

    Join us at the top of the Rotunda for a very special screening of Ben Wheatley's dystopian JG Ballard adaptation. Read more

  • The Vanishing (1988)

    Fri 3rd Aug

    George Sluzier's 1988 psychological thriller builds a chilling study of everyday evil from a nightmare question - what if somebody you loved disappeared into thin air? Read more

  • A Prayer Before Dawn

    Fri 3rd and Sat 4th Aug

    'Hell on earth' is given new meaning in this brutal and bloody true story about a young English boxer incarcerated in one of Thailand’s most notorious prisons. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Monty Python's Life Of Brian

    Sat 4th Aug

    Graham Chapman's Brian is definitely not the Messiah in the very silly and very blasphemous 1979 Monty Python comedy. Read more

  • Under The Tree

    Sat 4th Aug

    A neighbourly dispute turns violent in this darkly satirical Icelandic drama that sees a small problem balloon into a suburban nightmare. Read more

  • Trash Film Boat presents Shark Attack 3: Megalodon

    Sat 4th Aug - SOLD OUT!

    All aboard the Trash Boat! Trash Film Night hits the high seas for a screening of action movie abomination Shark Attack 3: Megalodon on board a canal boat. Read more

  • Pandora's Box

    Sun 5th Aug

    Few actors have such an electrifying screen presence as Louise Brooks, whose powerful performance in 1929 silent film Pandora’s Box went underappreciated for decades – something rectified with this gorgeous new restoration from the BFI. Read more

  • Little Terrors: Children's Horror on Film & Television

    Sun 5th Aug

    University of Warwick's Catherine Lester delves into the world of children's horror with a fascinating lecture which proves that, far from being incompatible, children and horror are actually an ideal match. Read more

  • Mommie Dearest + intro

    Sun 5th Aug

    Faye Dunaway gives a car crash performance in this infamous adaptation of Christina Crawford's controversial memoir, turning tragedy into camp horror. Read more

  • Psycho

    Sun 5th Aug

    'Why, she wouldn't even harm a fly...' Alfred Hitchcock's seminal thriller still shocks more than fifty years later as Janet Leigh's on-the-lam secretary checks into a motel she'll never check out of. Read more

  • Mamma Mia: Here Wine Go Again! wine tasting

    Thu 9th Aug

    Wine buff Tony Elvin and Team Electric invite you to join us for a fun night of Mediterranean wine alongside a showing of this year’s summer hit Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! Read more

  • The Public Image Is Rotten

    Thu 9th 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

  • Heathers: 30th Anniversary 'What's Your Damage?' party

    Fri 10th Aug

    What's your damage, Heather? Grab an alcoholic slushie, play some indoor croquet and then watch Winona Ryder and Christian Slater wage war on high school as part of this 30th anniversary celebration of cult hit Heathers. Read more

  • Apostasy

    Fri 10th to Thu 16th 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

  • Vertigo: 60th Anniversary

    Sat 11th & Sun 12th Aug

    Two sixtieth anniversary screenings of Alfred Hitchcock's masterful story of obsession and sexual desire. 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

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Apocalypse Now

    Sun 12th Aug

    'My film is not about Vietnam...it is Vietnam'. Director Francis Ford Coppola's 1979 magnum opus is a beautiful nightmare of napalm, helicopters and broken souls. Read more

  • Elvis: '68 Comeback Special - 50th Anniversary

    Thu 16th Aug

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

  • BlacKkKlansman

    From late 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 late 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

  • 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

  • Cold War

    From early Sep

    Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski follows his Oscar-winning Ida with Cold War, an epic romance set against the backdrop of Europe after World War II. 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

  • 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

  • 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

Cinematic Time Machine

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

Shock & Gore

  • Cape Fear

    Fri 27th Jul to Sat 4th August

    Robert Mitchum plays one of the big screen's most terrifying psychopaths in this menacing 1962 chiller about a lawyer stalked by a rapist he put in jail. Read more

  • The Secret Of Marrowbone

    Fri 27th Jul to Thu 2nd Aug

    A group of bereaved siblings face up to the ghosts of their past in this haunting period horror from Sergio G. Sánchez. Read more

  • Buffy & Angel Crossover Shindig

    Fri 27th July - SOLD OUT!

    Scooby gangs across the country, unite! We're repeating last year's celebration of Joss Whedon’s Buffy The Vampire Slayer TV series, only now with added Angel. Read more

  • The Addiction

    Fri 27th July

    Abel Ferrara's 1995 arthouse horror sees Lily Taylor's philosophy student stalk the beautifully shot streets of New York in search of blood. Read more

  • We Want Information: A Celebration of The Prisoner

    Sat 28th July

    Fifty years ago, ITV broadcast the final episode of The Prisoner. Celebrate this landmark series with a screening of the last two episodes of Patrick McGoohan's mind-blowing drama, introduced by the founders of the Six Of One Prisoner appreciation society. Read more

  • Jubilee

    Sat 28th Jul

    Derek Jarman envisages a punk London roamed by violent girl gangs in his 1978 post-apocalyptic fantasia Jubilee, starring Toyah Willcox and Rocky Horror's Little Nell. Read more

  • Terminal

    Sat 28th July

    Margot Robbie and Simon Pegg star in this twisted comic book film noir populated by cold-blooded killers and mysterious femme fatales. Read more

  • Shock & Gore party night: Blade

    Sat 28th July

    A 20th anniversary screening of the blood-drenched comic book horror Blade as part of our annual Shock & Gore party night. Read more

  • Shock & Gore party night: Night Of The Living Dead

    Sat 28th July

    A 50th anniversary screening of George A. Romero's horror masterpiece as part of our annual Shock & Gore party night. Read more

  • The Old Dark House

    Sun 29th Jul to Fri 3rd Aug

    Considered lost for many years, this 1932 horror from Dudley native James Whale set the template for the haunted house movie, complete with a devilish sense of humour. Read more

  • The Dark Crystal

    Sun 29th July

    Revisit the dark and fantastic world of Thra in Jim Henson's cult 1982 animatronic adventure. Read more

  • Shock & Gore 2018 short film showcase

    Sun 29th Jul

    Another year's collection of Shock & Gore shorts sourced from across the globe, featuring lashings of blood and plenty of dark comedy. Read more

  • Man Bites Dog

    Sun 29th July

    A documentary film crew become complicit in a serial killer's savage crimes in this pitch black Belgian comedy that outraged audiences across the globe. Read more

  • The Masque Of The Red Death (1964)

    Tue 31st July

    Roger Corman's 1964 take on the classic Edgar Allan Poe story is a gloriously over-the-top affair featuring Vincent Price as a Satan worshipping prince. Read more

  • Cinematic Time Machine: Carrie + intro

    Wed 1st Aug

    Brian De Palma's 1976 horror classic encapsulates the horrors of being a teenager as Sissy Spacek's bullied schoolgirl discovers some extraordinary powers. Read more

  • Conjurer's Kitchen presents The Silence Of The Lambs

    Thu 2nd Aug - SOLD OUT!

    Annabel de Vetten cooks up some devilish treats to accompany a screening of the multi-Oscar winning serial killer thriller The Silence Of The Lambs. Read more

  • High-Rise at the top of the Rotunda

    Thu 2nd Aug - SOLD OUT!

    Join us at the top of the Rotunda for a very special screening of Ben Wheatley's dystopian JG Ballard adaptation. Read more

  • The Vanishing (1988)

    Fri 3rd Aug

    George Sluzier's 1988 psychological thriller builds a chilling study of everyday evil from a nightmare question - what if somebody you loved disappeared into thin air? Read more

  • A Prayer Before Dawn

    Fri 3rd and Sat 4th Aug

    'Hell on earth' is given new meaning in this brutal and bloody true story about a young English boxer incarcerated in one of Thailand’s most notorious prisons. Read more

  • Under The Tree

    Sat 4th Aug

    A neighbourly dispute turns violent in this darkly satirical Icelandic drama that sees a small problem balloon into a suburban nightmare. Read more

  • Trash Film Boat presents Shark Attack 3: Megalodon

    Sat 4th Aug - SOLD OUT!

    All aboard the Trash Boat! Trash Film Night hits the high seas for a screening of action movie abomination Shark Attack 3: Megalodon on board a canal boat. Read more

  • Little Terrors: Children's Horror on Film & Television

    Sun 5th Aug

    University of Warwick's Catherine Lester delves into the world of children's horror with a fascinating lecture which proves that, far from being incompatible, children and horror are actually an ideal match. Read more

  • Mommie Dearest + intro

    Sun 5th Aug

    Faye Dunaway gives a car crash performance in this infamous adaptation of Christina Crawford's controversial memoir, turning tragedy into camp horror. Read more

  • Psycho

    Sun 5th Aug

    'Why, she wouldn't even harm a fly...' Alfred Hitchcock's seminal thriller still shocks more than fifty years later as Janet Leigh's on-the-lam secretary checks into a motel she'll never check out of. Read more

  • Heathers: 30th Anniversary 'What's Your Damage?' party

    Fri 10th Aug

    What's your damage, Heather? Grab an alcoholic slushie, play some indoor croquet and then watch Winona Ryder and Christian Slater wage war on high school as part of this 30th anniversary celebration of cult hit Heathers. Read more

Coming Soon

  • Vertigo: 60th Anniversary

    Sat 11th & Sun 12th Aug

    Two sixtieth anniversary screenings of Alfred Hitchcock's masterful story of obsession and sexual desire. Read more

  • BlacKkKlansman

    From late 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 late 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

  • Cold War

    From early Sep

    Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski follows his Oscar-winning Ida with Cold War, an epic romance set against the backdrop of Europe after World War II. Read more

Special Events & Screenings

  • Buffy & Angel Crossover Shindig

    Fri 27th July - SOLD OUT!

    Scooby gangs across the country, unite! We're repeating last year's celebration of Joss Whedon’s Buffy The Vampire Slayer TV series, only now with added Angel. Read more

  • We Want Information: A Celebration of The Prisoner

    Sat 28th July

    Fifty years ago, ITV broadcast the final episode of The Prisoner. Celebrate this landmark series with a screening of the last two episodes of Patrick McGoohan's mind-blowing drama, introduced by the founders of the Six Of One Prisoner appreciation society. Read more

  • Shock & Gore party night: Blade

    Sat 28th July

    A 20th anniversary screening of the blood-drenched comic book horror Blade as part of our annual Shock & Gore party night. Read more

  • Shock & Gore party night: Night Of The Living Dead

    Sat 28th July

    A 50th anniversary screening of George A. Romero's horror masterpiece as part of our annual Shock & Gore party night. Read more

  • Shock & Gore 2018 short film showcase

    Sun 29th Jul

    Another year's collection of Shock & Gore shorts sourced from across the globe, featuring lashings of blood and plenty of dark comedy. Read more

  • High-Rise at the top of the Rotunda

    Thu 2nd Aug - SOLD OUT!

    Join us at the top of the Rotunda for a very special screening of Ben Wheatley's dystopian JG Ballard adaptation. Read more

  • Trash Film Boat presents Shark Attack 3: Megalodon

    Sat 4th Aug - SOLD OUT!

    All aboard the Trash Boat! Trash Film Night hits the high seas for a screening of action movie abomination Shark Attack 3: Megalodon on board a canal boat. Read more

  • Pandora's Box

    Sun 5th Aug

    Few actors have such an electrifying screen presence as Louise Brooks, whose powerful performance in 1929 silent film Pandora’s Box went underappreciated for decades – something rectified with this gorgeous new restoration from the BFI. Read more

  • Little Terrors: Children's Horror on Film & Television

    Sun 5th Aug

    University of Warwick's Catherine Lester delves into the world of children's horror with a fascinating lecture which proves that, far from being incompatible, children and horror are actually an ideal match. Read more

  • Mamma Mia: Here Wine Go Again! wine tasting

    Thu 9th Aug

    Wine buff Tony Elvin and Team Electric invite you to join us for a fun night of Mediterranean wine alongside a showing of this year’s summer hit Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! Read more

  • The Public Image Is Rotten

    Thu 9th 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

  • Heathers: 30th Anniversary 'What's Your Damage?' party

    Fri 10th Aug

    What's your damage, Heather? Grab an alcoholic slushie, play some indoor croquet and then watch Winona Ryder and Christian Slater wage war on high school as part of this 30th anniversary celebration of cult hit Heathers. 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

  • Elvis: '68 Comeback Special - 50th Anniversary

    Thu 16th Aug

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

  • 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

Conjurer's Kitchen