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Our new Calendar page has a breakdown of showtimes on a day by day basis

Sunday  June 24th until Wednesday June 27th

That Good Night

An aging writer who is terminally ill tries to reconcile with his son before he dies. When the man he hires to painlessly end his life double crosses him, he is given a second chance to right his wrongs before he passes. John Hurt’s final film is directed by Eric Styles who will be making a special appearance at the Savoy on Sunday 24th at 7.30 to talk about the film.


Sun & Mon at 7.30. Tues & Wed at 4.45


Sunday  June 24th until Wednesday June 27th

Funny Cow

A comedian uses her troubled past as material for her stand-up routine, trying to rise up through the comedy circuit by playing Northern England’s working men’s clubs. Maxine Peake gives a wonderful performance in the title role. Also starring Paddy Considine and Alun Armstrong

15|102mins|Comedy Drama

Sun & Mon at 4.45. Tues & Wed at 7.30



Friday  June 29th until Thursday July 5th (not Sunday 1st)

Book Club

Four lifelong friends have their lives forever changed after reading 50 Shades of Grey in their monthly book club. A stellar cast includes Diane Keaton, Candice Bergen, Jane Fonda and Mary Steenburgen as the four with Don Johnson, Andy Garcia and Richard Dreyfuss.


Fri at 12noon. Saturday and Mon – Thur at 4.45 & 7.30. No show Sunday. Matinee Wed at 2.00


Saturday June 30th at 2.00

The Greatest Showman Singalong

Back by popular demand the biggest film of the year starring Hugh Jackman. Singalong to all the great songs


One showing at 2.00




Friday July 6th until Thursday July 12th

The Happy Prince

Very much a one man mission on the part of Rupert Everett who wrote, directed and stars in this biographical film about the untold story of the last days of Oscar Wilde. Colin Firth and Emily Watson co-star

105mins|15|Biographical Drama

Friday at 1.00. Sat at 4.45 and 7.30. Sun at 4.45 only. Mon -Thur at 4.45 & 7.30. Matinee Wed at 2.00



Saturday July 7th and Sunday July 8th

The Little Vampire

The story of Rudolph, a thirteen year old vampire, whose clan is threatened by a notorious vampire hunter. He meets Tony, a mortal of the same age, who is fascinated by old castles, graveyards and – vampires. Tony helps Rudolph in an action and humor packed battle against their adversaries, and together they save Rudolph’s family and become friends.

83mins|u|Animation Adventure Comedy

Both Days at 12noon and 2.15



Sunday July 8th for one day only

Nothing Like A Dame

Bring four of the greatest and most charismatic British actresses together in one film and you have pure cinematic gold. Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Eileen Atkins and Joan Plowright talk, laugh, reminisce and gossip in this delightful documentary directed by Roger Michell


One showing at 7.30



Tuesday July 10th for one day only

All the Money in the World

The story of the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III and the desperate attempt by his devoted mother to convince his billionaire grandfather Jean Paul Getty to pay the ransom. It stars Michelle Williams, Christopher Plummer and Mark Whalberg


U3A Showing at 10.30. Also showing at 2.00



Friday July 13th until Thursday July 19th

Oceans 8

A romping adventure film in which Debbie Ocean gathers a crew to attempt an impossible heist at New York City’s yearly Met Gala. An all star female cast is led by Sandra Bullock and includes Cate Blanchett, Dakota Fanning and Anne Hathaway

135minsmins|12a|Adventure Drama

Friday at 2.00, Sat at 7.30. Sunday at 2.00. Mon, Tues & Thur at 4.30 & 7.30. Wed at 1.00 & 4.00


Friday July 20th until Thursday July 26th


Sarah is a young woman whose life is in a bit of a mess. The last thing she needs is someone else to look after. Yet, like it or not, her Grandmother has bequeathed her a very spoiled pug – Patrick. Surely she must have had her reasons? Starring Jennifer Saunders and her daughter Beattie Edmondson

94mins|pg|Family comedy

Daily at 12noon & 2.15 EXCEPT Sunday – 12noon only



Friday July 20th until Thursday July 26th

Swimming with Men

A brand new British comedy starring Rupert Graves and Rob Brydon about a man who is suffering a mid-life crisis and who  finds new meaning in his life as part of an all-male, middle-aged, amateur synchronised swimming team. Also starring Jane Horrocks and Jim Carter

96mins|12a|Comedy Romantic Drama

Fri at 4.45 & 7.30. Sat at 7.30. Sun at 2.00only. Mon – Thur at 4.45 & 7.30 Matinee Wed at 2.00


Friday July 27th until Thursday August 2nd and Friday August 10th – 17th

The Incredibles 2

Bob Parr (Mr. Incredible) is left to care for Jack-Jack while Helen (Elastigirl) is out saving the world.

118mins|pg|Family animation

Week 1: Daily at 11.30 & 2.00 (EXCEPT Sunday 29th – 10am and 12.30)

Week 2: tbc


Friday July 27th until Thursday August 2nd

Mary Shelley

The story of the love affair between poet Percy Shelley and 18 year old Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, which resulted in Mary Shelley writing Frankenstein. Starring Elle Fanning as Mary and Douglas Booth as Shelley

120mins|12a|Comedy Romantic Biographical Drama

Friday at 4.30 & 7.30. Sat at 4.15. Sun  at 7.30. Mon-Thur at 4.30 & 7.30.



Friday August 3rd until Thursday August 16th

Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again

The film of the summer – the sequel to the first Abba based film reunites all the main characters with one additional ingredient, Cher, as Granny Sheridan. There’s another great score by Abba too.

tbc|pg|Comedy Musical

3rd – 9th: Daily at 1.30, 4.30 & 7.30

10th – 16th: Daily at 7.30



Friday August 10th until Thursday August 23rd

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

Mavis surprises Dracula with a family voyage on a luxury Monster Cruise Ship so he can take a vacation from providing everyone else’s vacation at the hotel. The rest of Drac’s Pack cannot resist going along.

tbc|pg|Family animation

10th – 16th: Daily at 3.00

17th – 23rd: Daily at 12noon & 2.15 (Except Wed – 11.30only)


Tuesday August 14th for one day only

Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

The true story of the romance which developed between film star Gloria Graeme (Annette Benning) and a young actor (Jamie Bell in Liverpool in the late 1970’s.

105mins|15|Romantic Drama

One showing at 10.30am. U3A presentation. All welcome



Friday August 17th until Thursday August 23rd

Mission Impossible: Fallout

Ethan Hunt and his IMF team, along with some familiar allies, race against time after a mission gone wrong. The latest MI thriller reunites Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg with additional help from Rebecca Ferguson, Henry Cavill and Alec Baldwin

12a|tbc|Action thriller

Daily at 4.30 & 7.30 (EXCEPT Wed – 1.30 only)



Friday August 24th until Sunday September 2nd

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies

A villain’s maniacal plan for world domination sidetracks five teenage superheroes who dream of Hollywood stardom.Nicolas Cage, Kisten BEll and Will Arnett provide the main voices

tbc|pg|Family animation

24th – 30th: Daily at 12noon

31st – Sept 2nd: 12noon & 2.15


Friday August 24th until Thursday August 30th

The Escape

An ordinary woman makes an extraordinary decision which will change her life forever. Armed with a one-way ticket to Paris, she leaves everything behind to rediscover herself in a new city – but walking out on your life isn’t so simple. Starring Gemma Arterton, Dominic Cooper and Frances Barber.


Daily at 7.30


Friday August 31st until Friday September 6th

Christopher Robin

Ewan McGregor stars as Christopher Robin, a working-class family man who encounters his childhood friend Winnie-the-Pooh, who helps him to rediscover the joys of life. An all star cast bring to life the AA Milne classic with Jim Cummings as Pooh and Tigger, Peter Capaldi as Rabbit and Toby Jones as Owl.

tbc|pg|Family animation

Daily at 4.45 and 7.30. Matinee Wed at 2.00