Join us for our Spring Season of inspiring films, both old and new. BOOKING BY PHONE FROM 2PM ON TUESDAY 30TH APRIL
Cor Blimey – she’s back! Unexpectedly worthy sequel to the 1964 film with Emily Blunt, Emily Mortimer, Julie Walters, Meryl Streep, Dick Van Dyke and much of the same magic.
Compelling drama with comedy and romance set on a country estate in the 1900s. The Chekhov story with Annette Bening, Elisabeth Moss and Saoirse Ronan.
Alex Honnold attempts to become the first to free solo climb El Capitan. Free solo means being alone with no ropes, no equipment, no nothing. Totally fascinating documentary which includes his interesting take on risk assessment and the relationship with his girlfriend.
Robert Redford as Forrest Tucker in a true story of a 70 year old who escapes from prison and undertakes a series of heists that confounds the police but delights the public.
Live from the Old Vic, Sally Field and Bill Pullman in the Arthur Miller play. 6.45pm for 7pm. All tickets £10
Willem Dafoe and Miranda Richardson in the true life story of the elopement of struggling poet T.S.Eliot and Vivienne Haigh-Wood in 1915.
An 83 year old woman decides to pursue the adventure she never had during her married life by climbing a mountain in Scotland. A poignant drama with excellent performances by Sheila Hancock and Kevin Guthrie.
A Chaucerian tale beautifully set in 17th Century Amsterdam. With Alicia Vikander, Judi Dench and Tom Hollander. Part filmed in Norwich and Norwich Cathedral.
As part of the Steamworks Gala Weekend, the classic comedy featuring a village saving its branch line. With Stanley Holloway & John Gregson.
Funny low budget British comedy based on the true story of the non-league football enthusiasms of Dave Roberts and his friends. With Alan Davies, Martine McCutcheon and Brennock O’Connor.
Written and directed by Stephen Merchant, a funny and true story of a girl from a wrestling family in Norwich competing to become part of World Wrestling Entertainment in the US. With Florence Pugh and Nick Frost.
Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie and Simon Russell Beale in atmospheric 16th Century historical drama.
Oscar-winning Olivia Colman plus Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone in an 18th Century power struggle involving Queen Anne, her friend Lady Sarah and a maid called Abigail. A rabbit ia also involved in this comedy/drama./biography.
A kaleidoscopic look at the life of Vincent Van Gogh during the final period of his life when he lived in Arles and Auvers-sur-Oise consolidating his technique and sparring with Paul Gauguin. With Willem Dafoe, Mads Mikkelsen and Oscar Isaac.
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly authentically replicating the comic duo in a moving story set during their gruelling swansong theatre tour of UK theatres in 1953.
Much lauded film featuring a white ex-bouncer hired to drive a black concert pianist around the Deep South in the 1960s. With Viggo Mortensen & Mahershala Ali.
The true story of the biographer Lee Israel who wrote, in the 70s and 80s, of stars like Katharine Hepburn, but who turned to deception, aided by her friend Jack, when she could no longer get published. With Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant.
For the Two Rivers Book Festival. Based on Penelope Fitzgerald’s novel about a fictionalized Southwold bookshop in 1959. With Bill Nighy and Emily Mortimer.
Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench and Ian McKellen in a story of Shakespeare’s final days. A beautifully paced drama written by Ben Elton.