A summer of wonderfully varied films to celebrate our 75th season
SPECIAL OPENING SHOW FOR LIFE MEMBERS.
Betty Hutton and Howard Keel in the great Irving Berlin musical. Some tickets are available for £12. Canapés and Pimms.
The entertaining story of American poet Emily Dickinson directed by Terence Davies. With Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle and Keith Carradine.
New film of the Arthur Ransome story of children and boats set in the Lake District in the 1930s. With Rafe Spall, Jessica Hynes and Harry Enfield.
Alec Guinness as a sea sick captain who runs a seaside pier and comes into conflict with the local council who have other plans. bw (Also known as “All at Sea”)
True story of a group of female Afro-American mathematicians who provided a vital role in the early NASA space missions.
Emma Watson, Dan Stevens with Kevin Kline and Ian McKellen in entertaining new version of the fairy tale based on the 1991 animation.
In the early 1930s, 20 year old Flora Poste goes to stay with distant relatives on a peculiar farm. Kate Beckinsale, Eileen Atkins, Joanna Lumley, Miriam Margolyes, Ian McKellen and Stephen Fry in excellent version of the Stella Gibbons novel.
Classic comedy with Alastair Sim and Marg-aret Rutherford coping with a boys’ and a girls’ school obliged to inhabit a single building. bw
Filmed in Southwold, Michael Palin’s story of a 1950s family holiday on the East coast. With John Nettleton and Pat Heywood, directed by Tristram Powell.
True life action drama featuring British explorer Colonel Percival Faw-cett seeking a lost city in the Amazon in the 1920s. With Charlie Hunnam and Sienna Miller.
Batman takes on the Joker in this brilliantly imaginative animation with the voices of Ralph Fiennes, Eddie Izzard and Will Arnett.
Basil Radford, Joan Greenwood and James Robertson Justice in Compton Mackenzie’s great comedy based on a true story of an overboard whisky cargo. bw
Classic French seaside comedy from Jacques Tati. Clever, mainly visual humour that delights again and again. French with subtitles. bw.
Hugh Bonneville, Gillian Anderson, Michael Gambon and Simon Callow in the story of Lord Mountbatten presiding over India’s independence.
True life story featuring senior game warden George Adamson and his wife Joy who rear a lion called Elsa in Northern Kenya. With Virginia McKenna and Bill Travers.
Peter Sellers, Robert Morley and Constance Cummings in a comedy concerning the challenging of a male dominated Scottish tweed manufacturer. bw
Comedy in which a former Hollywood star enlists the help of her new friend on a trip from England to France to attend her ex-lover’s funeral. With Joan Collins, Pauline Collins and Franco Nero.
Film of the Julian Barnes novel featuring a man haunted by his past and a mysterious legacy. Excellent drama with Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling.
JB’s latest architectural Town Tour. 6 pm at the Town Pump. Tickets £5
Drama about life in a Victorian public school. A good adaptation of the novel which was filmed at Rugby School. With Stephen Fry.
Billie Piper in the Young Vic production – Doors open at 6.45pm, starts 7pm Note: Cert 18. All tickets £10
Comedy with Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin as three pensioners, without any “previous”, who rob the New York bank which has taken their money.
Bill Nighy, Gemma Arterton , Jeremy Irons and Helen McCrory in well-received comedy drama about film making during the Blitz.