A selection of varied films to excite and inspire during the long cold winter evenings
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley plus the usual gang and a wagon-load of celebrities including Kate Moss, Jerry Hall and Jeremy Paxman
With much music, film footage and interviews during the period 1963 to 1966. Not just for Baby Boomers - a musical delight for all
By Peter Shaffer. With Adam Gillen and Lucian Msamati. Doors open 6.45 pm. All tickets £10
John Ford's great movie of the Steinbeck novel. A family is forced off their land in the Depression and journeys to California looking for work and living in refugee camps. With Henry Fonda and John Carradine. bw
Fascinating documentary of the iconic screen legend's life based on the extensive archive of audio diary material he gathered during his career. With all the best clips
Please note: This film has been cancelled
Film of Winifred Watson's novel about a governess, who, unfairly dismissed gains a more exotic position with an American actress. With Frances McDormand, Amy Adams and Ciaran Hinds. Delightful musical entertainment set in the 1930s
Spielberg directs and Mark Rylance stars in this delightful version of the Roald Dahl story of giants and dreams. With Ruby Barnhill as Sophie plus Penelope Wilton and Rafe Spall
By George Bernard Shaw. With Gemma Arterton. Doors open 6.45pm. All tickets £10
Excellent, award-winning animation featuring a New York terrier, Max, whose quiet life is upended by the arrival of a large and shaggy stray dog called Duke
Comedy, drama and romance in an entertaining Woody Allen film set in the 1930s and featuring the introduction of a young New Yorker to Hollywood
Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke in this new version of the Kurosawa story featuring a town threatened by the forces of evil organised by an industrialist .
Fascinating story of off-grid family living in the wilds compared to the experience of the "civilised" world. With Viggo Mortensen as the father devoted to his 6 children.
Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor in a very funny comedy thriller starting with a murder witnessed by two men, one blind, one deaf. Kevin Spacey appears also.
Emily Blunt stars in this film of the best-selling book featuring a divorcee who becomes embroiled in a mysterious missing person investigation.
By Henryk Ibsen. With Ruth Wilson. Doors open 6.45pm. All tickets £10
A couple inherit a tiny cinema, along with its ancient staff. With Peter Sellers, Margaret Rutherford, Bernard Miles and Leslie Phillips. Great comedy. bw
Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones in the Dan Brown apocalyptic thriller featuring a dastardly plot and a race to save the world.
Set in the French Riviera in the summer of 1915, the wounded son of the Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir, returns from the front. French with subtitles.
Rosamund Pike, Alan Bates and Javier Alcima in this entertaining adaptation of the Nancy Mitford novel.
Michael Shannon and Kevin Spacey in the true story of this extraordinary White House meeting in 1970. The photo is still the most requested one from the National Archives.
The continuing saga with Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Jim Broadbent, etc with the story focussed on the heroine’s uncertainty of the baby’s paternity.
Masterpiece of film–making centred on a Brooklyn tobacconist and featuring the interweaving stories of some of the customers. Really brilliant film with great perfomances from all, but especially Harvey Keitel and William Hurt. Not to be missed. And you learn how to weigh smoke!
Film of the internationally best-selling book relating the true story of how a ginger cat transformed the life of busker and drug addict James Bowen.
Simon Godwin’s “joyous new production” Doors open 6.45pm. All tickets £10
Classic screen version of the Truman Capote novel with Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly + George Peppard and Patricia Neal. And another ginger cat!