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The End We Start From

Dir: Mahalia Belo 2023 | 101 mins

When an environmental crisis sees London submerged by flood waters, a young family is torn apart in the chaos. As a woman and her newborn try and find their way home, the profound novelty of motherhood is brought into sharp focus in this intimate and poetic portrayal of family survival.

Starring Jodie Comer (Killing Eve), Joel Fry (Cruella), Katherine Waterston (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Gina McKee (Notting Hill), Nina Sosanya (Love Actually), Mark Strong (Kingsman: The Secret Service), Benedict Cumberbatch (The Power of the Dog).

'Jodie Comer is phenomenal in end-of-days survival thriller' ★★★★ The Guardian

£10.50 | £9.50 conc

Special Ticket Offer
£9 | £8 conc tickets when you book for three films at the same time. Offer excludes event cinema screenings. Offer applied in basket.

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All of Us Strangers

Dir: Andrew Haigh 2023 | 105 mins

Nominated for six BAFTAs including Best Direction, Best British Film and Best Adapted Screenplay.

One night in his near-empty tower block in contemporary London, Adam (Andrew Scott) has a chance encounter with a mysterious neighbour Harry (Paul Mescal), which punctures the rhythm of his everyday life.

As a relationship develops between them, Adam is preoccupied with memories of the past and finds himself drawn back to the suburban town where he grew up, and the childhood home where his parents (Claire Foy and Jamie Bell), appear to be living, just as they were on the day they died, 30 years before.

'Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott tremendous in a beautiful fantasy-romance' ★★★★★ The Guardian

£10.50 | £9.50 conc

Special Ticket Offer
£9 | £8 conc tickets when you book for three films at the same time. Offer excludes event cinema screenings. Offer applied in basket.

Open Captioned Screening
The screening on Thur 7 Mar 2pm is an Open Captioned Screening. These screenings provide a transcription of the audio from a film. Captions are displayed at the bottom of the cinema screen along with the dialogue from the film.

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The Holdovers

Dir: Alexander Payne 2023 | 133 mins

Nominated for seven BAFTAs and five Academy Awards including Best Actor (Paul Giamatti), Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay.

The Holdovers follows a curmudgeonly instructor (Paul Giamatti) at a prestigious American school who is forced to remain on campus during Christmas break to babysit the handful of students with nowhere to go.

Eventually he forms an unlikely bond with one of them - a damaged, brainy troublemaker (newcomer Dominic Sessa) - and with the school’s head cook, who has just lost a son
in Vietnam (Da’Vine Joy Randolph)

‘Hilarious and heartfelt, it’s a tale to be treasured’ ★★★★★ Empire

£10.50 | £9.50 conc

Special Ticket Offer
£9 | £8 conc tickets when you book for three films at the same time. Offer excludes event cinema screenings. Offer applied in basket.

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The Zone of Interest

Dir: Jonathan Glazer 2023 | 104 mins

Nominated for nine BAFTAs and five Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay.

German and Polish with English subtitles.

The commandant of Auschwitz, Rudolf Höss, and his wife Hedwig, strive to build a dream life for their family in a house and garden next to the camp. Cannes Grand Prix winner 2023, the film is dizzyingly sober and surreal study of the banality of evil, loosely based on the 2014 novel by Martin Amis.

‘An unblinking masterpiece’ ★★★★★ BBC Film

★★★★★ The Telegraph | ★★★★★ The Times | ★★★★★ Empire | ★★★★★ Independent | ★★★★★ The Guardian | ★★★★★ The Standard | ★★★★★ Rolling Stone

£10.50 | £9.50 conc

Special Ticket Offer
£9 | £8 conc tickets when you book for three films at the same time. Offer excludes event cinema screenings. Offer applied in basket.

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American Fiction

Dir: Cord Jefferson 2023 | 117 mins

Nominated for five Academy Awards including Best Actor (Jeffrey Wright), Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay.

Jeffrey Wright gives a terrific performance in this smart, incisive satire of the literary world based on Percival Everett’s acclaimed novel Erasure.

Thelonius Ellison, or ‘Monk’ (Wright) is a frustrated novelist who's fed up with a literary establishment that profits from Black stories built on tired and offensive tropes.

Angry and disillusioned, forced back home to cohabit with his troubled family, he uses a pseudonym to write and publish a similarly exploitative book of his own that propels him to fame and the heart of the hypocrisy he claims to disdain.

'Jeffrey Wright and Sterling K Brown are marvellous in Cord Jefferson’s touching, funny dramedy – which has been nominated for five Oscars' ★★★★ Independent

£10.50 | £9.50 conc

Special Ticket Offer
£9 | £8 conc tickets when you book for three films at the same time. Offer excludes event cinema screenings. Offer applied in basket.

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The Taste of Things

Dir: Anh Hung Tran 2023 | 135 mins

French with English subtitles.

Juliette Binoche and Benoît Magimel star in Tran Anh Hùng’s mouth-watering ‘gastromance’.

France, 1885. Celebrated gourmet Dodin (Magimel) lives on a Loire Valley estate with Eugénie (Binoche), his cook and collaborator of 20 years. Normally Dodin devises the dishes while Eugénie executes them to perfection. When she finally allows him to cook for her, their carefully calibrated relationship takes an unexpected turn.

£10.50 | £9.50 conc

Special Ticket Offer
£9 | £8 conc tickets when you book for three films at the same time. Offer excludes event cinema screenings. Offer applied in basket.

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National Theatre Live: The Motive and the Cue

180 mins

A new play by Jack Thorne, directed by Sam Mendes.

Sam Mendes (The Lehman Trilogy) directs Mark Gatiss as John Gielgud and Johnny Flynn as Richard Burton in this fierce and funny new play.

1964: Richard Burton, newly married to Elizabeth Taylor, is to play the title role in an experimental new Broadway production of Hamlet under John Gielgud’s exacting direction. But as rehearsals progress, two ages of theatre collide and the collaboration between actor and director soon threatens to unravel.

Written by Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) and designed by Es Devlin (The Crucible), the Evening Standard award-winning best new play was filmed live during a sold-out run at the National Theatre.

Courtyard Theatre
£16

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Wicked Little Letters

Dir: Thea Sharrock 2023 | 100 mins

A 1920s English seaside town bears witness to a dark and absurd scandal in this riotous mystery comedy.

Based on a stranger than fiction true story, the film follows two neighbours: deeply conservative local Edith Swan (Olivia Colman) and rowdy Irish migrant Rose Gooding (Jessie Buckley).

When Edith and fellow residents begin to receive wicked letters full of unintentionally hilarious profanities, foulmouthed Rose is charged with the crime. The anonymous letters prompt a national uproar, and a trial ensues. However, as the town's women - led by Police Officer Gladys Moss (Anjana Vasan) - begin to investigate the crime themselves, they suspect that something is amiss, and Rose may not be the culprit after all.

Starring Olivia Colman, Jessie Buckley, Timothy Spall, Malachi Kirby, Eileen Atkins, Anjana Vasan.

£10.50 | £9.50 conc

Special Ticket Offer
£9 | £8 conc tickets when you book for three films at the same time. Offer excludes event cinema screenings. Offer applied in basket.

Bring Baby Screening
The screening on Wed 27 Mar 2pm is exclusively for parents, carers and grown-ups with children under 2 years. Lights are kept on low level and you can move around if you need to. Tickets are £5.50 for adults (including a cup of tea/coffee); babies and infants are free of charge. Seating is unreserved and unaccompanied adults are not admitted.

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National Theatre Live: Dear England

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A new play by James Graham, directed by Rupert Goold.

Joseph Fiennes (The Handmaid’s Tale) plays Gareth Southgate in James Graham’s (Sherwood) gripping examination of nation and game.

The country that gave the world football has since delivered a painful pattern of loss. Why can’t England’s men win at their own game?

With the worst track record for penalties in the world, Gareth Southgate knows he needs to open his mind and face up to the years of hurt, to take team and country back to the promised land.

Filmed live on stage at the National Theatre, Rupert Goold (Judy) directs this spectacular
new play.

Please note: This production contains flashing lights, loud noises and some offensive language.

Courtyard Theatre
£16

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Royal Opera House Live: Madama Butterfly

Running time 195 minutes (including one interval) | Sung in Italian with English subtitles

Puccini’s devastating tragedy about a young geisha who falls in love with an American naval officer.

When the young geisha, Cio-Cio-San, marries American Naval Officer Pinkerton, she believes she is entering a real, binding marriage for life. Forsaking her religion and community, she learns all too late that for Pinkerton, their marriage is merely an illusion – with tragic consequences.

With a score that includes Butterfly’s aria, 'Un bel dì, vedremo' (‘One fine day’) and the Humming Chorus, Giacomo Puccini’s opera is entrancing and ultimately heart-breaking. Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier’s exquisite production takes inspiration from 19th-century European images of Japan.

Asmik Grigorian and Hrachuhí Bassénz share the role of Cio-Cio-San, with Kevin John Edusei conducting.

Courtyard Theatre
£16

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Royal Opera House Live: Macmillan Celebrated

Running time 195 minutes (including two intervals)

The Royal Ballet celebrates the breadth of Principal Choreographer Kenneth MacMillan’s one-act ballets, Danses Concertantes, Different Drummer and Requiem.

Danses Concertantes, commissioned by Ninette de Valois in 1955, was MacMillan’s first major work. An early sign of the incredible artistic output that would follow, the work’s critical success spurred MacMillan to abandon performing in favour of choreography. It is followed byDifferent Drummer, MacMillan’s complex and haunting balletic interpretation ofWoyzeck, Georg Büchner's play about a soldier’s descent into madness. The mixed programme concludes withRequiem, his 1976 work for Stuttgart Ballet, created in memory of its late artistic director, MacMillan’s friend and former Royal Ballet dancer and choreographer John Cranko.

Courtyard Theatre
£16

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National Theatre Live: Nye

160 mins tbc.

A new play by Tim Price, directed by Rufus Norris

Michael Sheen plays Nye Bevan in a surreal and spectacular journey through the life and legacy of the man who transformed Britain’s welfare state and created the NHS.
Confronted with death, Aneurin ‘Nye’ Bevan’s deepest memories lead him on a mind-bending journey back through his life; from childhood to mining underground, Parliament and fights with Churchill.

Written by Tim Price and directed by Rufus Norris (Small Island), this epic new Welsh fantasia will be broadcast live from the National Theatre.

£16

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