Fri­day 3 – Thurs­day 9 Fe­bru­ary

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Sat: 15:30, Sun: 12:00 Par­ent & Baby Screen­ing! Lights will be left on at a dimmed level and baby chang­ing avail­able – Tue: 11:30 A boy seeks the help of a tree mon­ster to cope with his sin­gle mum’s ter­mi­nal ill­ness.


Tue: 16: 00, Thu: 16:00 Chil­dren’s an­i­ma­tion. Set in 1879 Paris. An or­phan girl dreams of be­com­ing a bal­le­rina and flees her ru­ral Brit­tany for Paris, where she passes for some­one else and ac­cedes to the po­si­tion of pupil at the Grand Opera house.


Sat: 11:00 Chil­dren’s Clas­sic. Pi­rate Cap­tain sets out on a mis­sion to de­feat his ri­vals Black Bel­lamy and Cut­lass Liz for the Pi­rate of the year Award. The quest takes Cap­tain and his crew from the shores of Blood Is­land to the foggy streets of Vic­to­rian Lon­don.

LA LA LAND | 12A | 148 MIN

Fri: 18:30, Sat: 13:00, Sun: 12:30, Mon: 18:30, Tue: 18:15, Wed: 18:30, Thu: 18:15 Mia, an as­pir­ing ac­tress, serves lat­tes to movie stars in be­tween au­di­tions and Se­bas­tian, a jazz mu­si­cian, scrapes by play­ing cock­tail party gigs in dingy bars, but as suc­cess mounts they are faced with de­ci­sions that be­gin to fray the frag­ile fab­ric of their love af­fair, and the dreams they worked so hard to main­tain in each other threaten to rip them apart.

MOANA | PG | 133 MIN

Fri: 16:00, Sat: 13:00, Mon: 16:00, Wed: 16:00 From Walt Disney An­i­ma­tion Stu­dios comes “Moana,” a sweep­ing, CG-an­i­mated fea­ture film about an ad­ven­tur­ous teenager who sails out on a dar­ing mis­sion to save her peo­ple.

SI­LENCE | 15 | 181 MIN

Sat: 18:00 Sil­ver Screen­ing - ‘Last Chance to See’ - Con­ces­sions (age 60+) en­try just £3! - Sun: 14:30 Two Je­suit priests, Se­bastião Ro­drigues and Fran­cis Gar­rpe, travel to sev­en­teenth cen­tury Ja­pan which has, un­der the Toku­gawa shogu­nate, banned Catholi­cism and al­most all for­eign con­tact. There they wit­ness the per­se­cu­tion of Ja­panese Chris­tians at the hands of their own gov­ern­ment which wishes to purge Ja­pan of all western in­flu­ence. Even­tu­ally the priests sep­a­rate and Ro­drigues trav­els the coun­try­side, won­der­ing why God re­mains silent while His chil­dren suf­fer.

SPLIT | 15 | 137 MIN

Fri: 21:00, Sat: 15:45, Sun: 18:00, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu: 21:00 While the men­tal di­vi­sions of those with dis­so­cia­tive iden­tity dis­or­der have long fas­ci­nated and eluded sci­ence, it is be­lieved that some can also manifest unique phys­i­cal at­tributes for each per­son­al­ity, a cog­ni­tive and phys­i­o­log­i­cal prism within a sin­gle be­ing. Though Kevin (James McAvoy) has ev­i­denced 23 per­son­al­i­ties to his trusted psy­chi­a­trist, Dr. Fletcher (Betty Buck­ley), there re­mains one still sub­merged who is set to ma­te­ri­al­ize and dom­i­nate all the oth­ers. Com­pelled to abduct three teenage girls led by the will­ful, ob­ser­vant Casey (Anya Tay­lor-Joy, The Witch), Kevin reaches a war for sur­vival among all of those con­tained within him—as well as ev­ery­one around him—as the walls be­tween his com­part­ments shat­ter apart.


Fri: 17:00, 19:45, Sat: 18:30, 21:00, Sun: 15:15, 18:00, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu: 17:00, 19:45 First there was an opportunity......then there was a be­trayal. Twenty years have gone by. Much has changed but just as much re­mains the same. Mark Ren­ton (Ewan Mc­Gre­gor) re­turns to the only place he can ever call home. They are wait­ing for him: Spud (Ewen Brem­ner), Sick Boy (Jonny Lee Miller), and Beg­bie (Robert Car­lyle). Other old friends are wait­ing too: sor­row, loss, joy, vengeance, ha­tred, friend­ship, love, long­ing, fear, re­gret, di­amor­phine, self-de­struc­tion and mor­tal dan­ger, they are all lined up to wel­come him, ready to join the dance

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