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WHAT'S ON - 17/08/2022

  • BLIND AMBITION

    Winner of numerous festival accolades, Blind Ambition tells the inspiring story of four Zimbabwean refugees who became world-class sommeliers. The four young men – Joseph, Tinashe, Marlvin, and Pardon – undertake a perilous journey to South Africa, fleeing the economic failures of... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.10, 20.30

  • FIRE OF LOVE

    World renowned volcanologists Katia and Maurice Krafft were killed on June 3rd, 1991, while attempting to capture terrifyingly close video footage of the eruption of Mount Unzen in Japan. Sara Dosa’s affectionate and engaging documentary pays homage to the French... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 18.30

  • HOLE IN THE HEAD

    While Irish director Dean Kavanagh’s latest film sees him take a step away from his previous, more purely experimental work towards a traditional, narrative style, the playful approach to the medium of cinema on display and the healthy dose of... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 13.00, 20.40

  • THE BIGGER PICTURE: QUEEN OF KATWE

    Queen of Katwe is a Ugandan set biopic about a young girl who overcomes her poor surroundings to become a chess grandmaster. Adapted from an ESPN magazine article and book by Tim Crothers, the film tells the story of Phiona... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 18.00

  • WHEN EUROPE MADE HOLLYWOOD: DOUBLE INDEMNITY

    With the rise of fascism in the 1930s, Billy Wilder, like many others, fled first to France and then onto America. Adapted by Wilder and the poet of crime writing Raymond Chandler from James M. Cain’s pulp novel, Double Indemnity is a... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 18.15

  • WHERE IS ANNE FRANK

    Anne Frank’s Diary of a Young Girl, written between 1942 and 1944 when she was in hiding with her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands, is one of the most celebrated and widely read books of the 20th century.... Read More

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    BOOK NOW Times: 14.00, 20.45 (OC)

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