The Cinema is FULLY DIGITAL to current cinema standards with
surround sound (plus hard-of-hearing-loop), large
screen and comfortable theatre seating (ground floor and balcony). Being fully
digital allows us to screen a large range of films.
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From the Danish director
of ‘In A Better World’ Love Is All You Need is an intelligent, warm, funny,
heartfelt meditation on the birth pangs of starting a new life. Set at a
picture-perfect summer wedding in Sorrento, the film stars Pierce Brosnan as
Philip, a lonely, middle-aged English widower and estranged single father
living in Denmark, and Trine Dyrholm as Ida, a Danish hairdresser recuperating
from chemotherapy, who has just learned that her husband is leaving her for a
woman half his age. The fates of these two bruised souls intertwine as they
embark for Italy to attend the wedding of his son, Patrick, to her daughter,
Astrid. The bumpy path towards the union of their children, and the clashes
and faux pas of their wedding guests, force Philip and Ida to re-evaluate all
their notions of family, love and happiness.
Starring: Ryan Gosling , Bradley Cooper , Eva Mendes
approx. Runtime: 2hrs 20mins
"A riveting crime drama" from the director of BLUE
An epic crime drama exploring the unbreakable bond between
fathers and sons, following two generations – as they fight to overcome a legacy
of blood. Starring Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, Mahershala Ali, Ben
Mendelsohn, Ray Liotta, Rose Byrne and introduces Dane DeHaan and Emory Cohen.
Steve Coogan plays Paul Raymond, the 'King of Soho', so dubbed by the press
due to his huge club and property empire which, along with his Adult
entertainment business, amassed him a huge fortune in Michael Winterbottom’s
The Look Of Love.
After starting his show business career as a
mind-reader in a cabaret act, Paul Raymond went on to become Britain’s richest
man and a modern King Midas. With an entrepreneurial eye and a realisation
that sex sells, he began building his empire of gentleman’s clubs, adult
magazines and nude theatre - provoking outrage and titillation in equal
Raymond’s personal life was as colourful as
his revue shows. His marriage to Jean, a nude dancer and choreographer, ended
in a difficult divorce when he met Fiona - a glamour model who became the
famous pin-up star of his magazines and shows. His daughter Debbie was the
true love of his life, his business partner and heir to his empire - until her
tragic and untimely death aged 36. Three weeks later Raymond was named
Britain’s richest man and his fortune put at 1.5billion.