We’ve Missed You!
It is with a heavy heart that we must inform our valued audiences that we have taken the difficult decision to remain closed for the remainder of 2020.
Despite all of the effort and hard work we have done to our beloved building to ensure the cinema is safe for our customers and our team, Tier 3 rules mean we have been prevented from re-opening as we had hoped.
With the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the next review of the tier system, and government choices around how cultural institutions may operate beyond 16th December, opening before Christmas is no longer a viable option for us.
The arts and culture and hospitality industries UK wide have been severely impacted by the ongoing Coronavirus. It has continued to pose challenges around our detailed planning in relation to the film programme, our sourcing and stock levels for our cafes and bars, and our ability to operate at a reduced capacity that conforms with social distancing best practice.
We will return in 2021 and we eagerly await the re-opening of our doors and the opportunity to welcome everyone back. We will continue to publish updates on our website to keep you updated. In the meantime we wish you a peaceful Christmas and a very very Happy New Year.
TV veteran director Tim Mielants (Peaky Blinders) makes his deadpan feature debut with this offbeat, bearing-all black comedy about self-discovery.
Set in a Belgian nudist camp, Patrick follows the titular handyman (Kevin Janssens) finding his life in turmoil after the loss of his father and his trusty hammer. Tasked with now leading the camp, he sets out on a unique journey to reconcile his loss and forge his own path…
A unique, dry dramatic comedy exploring the human condition in its most literal naked sense, featuring a welcome, memorable appearance from cult favourite Jemaine Clement (Flight of the Conchords).
Murder Me, Monster
A wild, genre-crossing, thrillingly original delight from director Alejandro Fadel (The Wild Ones), which screened as part of Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2018.
The grisly discovery of a headless woman’s body begins an eerie case for police officer Cruz (Victor Lopez). The death toll continues to increase as the prime suspect insists the crimes are the work of a horrifying monster. Cruz must uncover the truth behind the killer, whose victims’ haunting last words are ‘murder me monster’…
A bold, unconventional thriller with gruesome fantasy and horror inflections, Murder Me, Monster is a striking, uncompromising and unforgettable vision, with shades of David Lynch within its utterly unique tapestry.