Special Cinema Events

SPECIAL CINEMA EVENTS: These are special (usually) one off showings of plays, opera or exhibitions. Many will be relayed live via satellite


Saturday 27th July at 7.00 and Sunday 28th July at 3.00

Andre Rieu: Shall We Dance

The maestro is back with his highly anticipated annual Maastricht Concert. Andre Rieu’s special cinema concerts have a life all of their own. Come and watch the glamour and listen to the wonderful music. It is a marvelous spectacle. This year the theme is DANCE

Tickets £17.50  (£15 concessions)


Wednesday 31st July at 7.00

Measure for Measure: RSC LIVE

(Not Yet Rated)

To whom should I complain?

When a young novice nun is compromised by a corrupt official, who offers to save her brother from execution in return for sex, she has no idea where to turn for help. When she threatens to expose him, he tells her that no one would believe her. Shakespeare wrote this play in the early 1600s, yet it remains astonishingly resonant today. Artistic Director, Gregory Doran, directs this new production.

Tickets £14


Saturday September 7th at  at 7.30

The Car Man

Matthew Bourne’s re-imagining on Bizet’s opera in the America of the 1960’s turns into one of the dance events of the year. Recorded live at Sadler’s Wells this is an exuberant and colourful extravaganza.

Cert 12a

Tickets £12 (Friends and under 16’s £10)



Thursday October 3rd at 7.30

Wise Children

One of the highlights of the autumn, Emma Rice’s production of the Angela Carter novel about the life of a theatrical family which has been lauded wherever it has been seen. Recorded live at York Theatre Royal.

“Stars? Why stop at five?” The Observer “Pure unadulterated theatre” Broadway World

Cert 15

Tickets £14 (Friends £12)


Thursday October 10th at 7.30

Billy Connolly: The Sex Life of Bandages

Legendary Scot Billy Connolly is coming to cinemas with this brilliant show from his final stand-up tour. Recorded in 2015, during the Australian leg, this whip smart routine is a riotous journey filled with outrageous tales and blistering observations of everyday absurdities.

Cert 15

Tickets £14 (Friends £12)