Carers & Babies

Carers & Babies screenings, every Monday at 11:00 a.m.  View our week's main feature in like-minded company:  swop feeding tips and compare junior milestones - or determinedly don’t talk ‘baby talk’ – for a couple of hours respite in our totally baby-friendly zone.  Our spectacular Bruce Munro light installation is said to have a powerfully calming effect on our little guests, leading some to propose that our “scream screen” shows are the quietest in the country…

Not only are the lights low, so is the ticket price at £7 per adult (babies free).

Please note, by law babies under 1 year old can come along with you to any certificate of film.  Over one year old, though, we must check for 'age appropriateness' in line with the film's certificate.

Lady Bird writer/director Greta Gerwig’s take on the beloved story of the March sisters - four young women each determined to live life on her own terms as they come of age in the aftermath of the American Civil War - is both timeless and timely. The book was an American response to Jane Austen, and has been inspiring screen adaptations since 1917! Each version has reflected, to an extent, the values of its time, and this is no different. Gerwig is presenting a story in which women... More info

A rather awkward Tinder date between Slim (Daniel Kaluuya), a man inclined to say Grace before he picks up his fork, and workaholic public defender Queen (Jodie Turner-Smith) turns into a riff on Thelma and Louise after an encounter with a racist white policeman.  With a dead cop lying in the road, and lawyer Queen to attest that there's no such thing as justice in the white man's court, the pair light out for Florida, with a plan to flee to Cuba.  If it isn't Thelma and... More info

Héloïse's (Adèle Haenel) cloistered world falls apart when she's sent home from the convent to be married.  Although powerless to change her fate Héloïse refuses to sit for her betrothal portrait, so her mother engages a female painter who is presented as her 'companion'. Just as Marianne (Noémie Merlant) is no ordinary companion, this is no ordinary painter/subject relationship.  From the start, intense gazes and significant silences are charged with meaning and dawning intent and... More info

Fabienne (Catherine Deneuve) is an ageing Grande Dame of French cinema who still commands veneration from all around her.  When she publishes her memoirs, daughter Lumir (Juliette Binoche) and her husband (Ethan Hawke) come over from New York for a visit.  A sharp and funny battle of wits ensues as Lumir takes issue with Fabienne's rose-colored version of the past.  Fabienne insists it is 'her truth', but if there is to be a reconciliation in this combative, strained... More info

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