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


Friday 26th August for ten days

pete1Pete’s Dragon

The adventures of an orphaned boy named Pete and his best friend Elliot, who just so happens to be a dragon. A live action re-make of the Disney 1977 classic children’s film

pg|102mins|Children’s adventure


Daily at 12.00 and 2.15booknow

Friday 26th August for seven days

squadSuicide Squad

A secret government agency recruits imprisoned supervillains to execute dangerous black ops missions in exchange for clemency. Starring Will Smith, Margot Robbie and Ben Affleck

15|123mins|Action adventure


Daily at 4.45 and 7.30booknow

Friday 2nd September for seven days

chicklitChick Lit

The premiere of a new British comedy film about a group of guys who write a racy book in the style of 50 Shades of Grey to raise money to save their local pub. Things get badly out of hand when it becomes a best seller. Starring Miles Jupp, Christian McKay with John Hurt and Eileen Atkins


Daily at 5.00 and 7.30. Matinee Wed at 2.00


Saturday 17th September for six days

L&FLove & Friendship

Lady Susan Vernon takes up temporary residence at her in-laws’ estate and, while there, is determined to be a matchmaker for her daughter Frederica — and herself too, naturally. Based on the novella by Jane Austen, the film stars Kate Beckinsale and Tom Bennet


Sat – Mon at 4.30. Tues – Thur at 7.30. Matinee Tues at 2.00


Saturday 17th September for six days

meb4youMe Before You

One of the unexpected hits of the year. A girl in a small town forms an unlikely bond with a recently-paralyzed man she’s taking care of. Starring Sam Claffin and Emilia Clarke



Sat – Mon at 7.30. Tues – Thur at 4.30. Matinee Wed at 2.00


Sat and Sun 17/18th and Sat and Sun 24/25th September

S&ASwallows and Amazons

The new version of Arthur Ransome’s classic tale for children starring Rafe Spall, Andrew Scott and Harry Enfield.

pg|tbc|Children’s adventure


Daily at 12.00 and 2.15 except Sun 25th – 2.15pm only


Friday 23rd September for  seven days

cafeCafe Society

Woody Allen’s brand new film is set in the 1930s, when a young Bronx native moves to Hollywood where he falls in love with the secretary of his powerful uncle, an agent to the stars. After returning to New York he is swept up in the vibrant world of high society nightclub life.

12a|96mins|Comedy Drama

Fri at 1.00. Sat – Thur at  7.30. Sat, Mon, Tues, Wed & Thur at 5.00. Matinee Wed at 2.00


Sat and Sun 1st and 2nd October

asterixAsterix and Obelisk; Mansion of the Gods

In order to wipe out the Gaulish village by any means necessary, Caesar plans to absorb the villagers into Roman culture by having an estate built next to the village to start a new Roman colony. See how the world’s favourite marauding Gaul deals with the problem

pg|tbc|Children’s animation

Sat at 12.00 & 2.00 Sun at 12.00 only


Friday October 7th for seven days

BJ2Bridget Jones’s Baby

She’s back. Bridget and Mark Darcey have separated so its back to single angst for Bridget until she meets Jack played by Patrick Dempsey. Then she becomes pregnant but is the baby Mark’s or Jack’s? Emma Thompson Celia Imrie and Jim Broadbent  join Renee Zellweger and Colin Firth in the latest chapter of the most famous diary since Mrs Dale


Daily at 4.45 and 7.30 except Monday. Additional Matinees on Monday and Wednesday at 2.00pm


Friday October 21st for seven days

GOTTThe Girl on the Train

The number one best seller by Paula Hawkins comes to the screen. Full of mystery and intrigue its the story of a woman who takes the train to London every day past her old neighbourhood and where one day she sees something awful happen and finds herself inextricably caught up in the events.

15|tbc|Mystery Drama

Friday at 1.00 only. Sat – Wed at 7.30. Also Sat, Sun, Tues, Wed & Thur at 4.30


Sunday November 27th for five days

blakeI, Daniel Blake

The new film by Ken Loach that won the Palme D’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. It is about a middle aged carpenter who requires state welfare after injuring himself, and who is joined by a single mother in a similar scenario.


Daily at 4.30 and 7.30 except Wednesday, 2.00 only