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Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion (PG)

Kids Kino Club - tickets available from £3 for kids and £5 for adults.


On the 60th anniversary of the much-adored comic book series, Asterix and Obelix embark on a quest across Gaul looking for a young druid worthy of learning the secret of the magic potion – a formula which has long helped to keep the Gaulish village safe against Julius Caesar and his invading army. However, once Asterix and Obelix begin their quest, all hell breaks loose at home as the Romans start attacking the village and an evil wizard named Sulfurix does everything he can to steal the potion's secret recipe.

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Saturday 24 Aug 201911:30
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Broken Blossoms (PG)

Frustrated in his desire to bring the teachings of Buddha to the tough denizens of London, a disillusioned young Chinese man, loses himself in the reveries of opium mists until the plight of a young waif startles him back to reality


Accompanied by a live soundtrack on our original 1936 Compton Organ performed by Donald MacKenzie.

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Monday 26 Aug 201919:00
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Film 1: Look Back in Anger (PG)

A university-educated musician rejects his wife's middle-class aspirations and chooses to work at the local flea market. As time goes on, Jimmy becomes more and more bitter, and his treatment of Allyson worsens. Their already troubled marriage reaches a crisis point when an old friend of Allyson lodges with the couple and begins the object of Jimmy's aggression and attention.

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Sunday 25 Aug 201914:00
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Film 2: Sons & Lovers (PG)

Based on a novel by D.H. Lawrence. An artistically talented young man living in an English coal mining town is inhibited by his domineering and emotionally manipulative mother.

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Sunday 25 Aug 201916:00
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Oldboy (18)

Based on the Japanese manga of the same name, the film tells the horrific tale of Oh Dae-su (Choi Min-sik), a businessman who is inexplicably kidnapped and imprisoned in a grim hotel room-like cell for 15 years, without knowing his captor or the reason for his incarceration. Eventually released, he learns of his wife’s murder and embarks on a quest for revenge whilst also striking up a romance with a young, attractive sushi chef, Mi-do (Kang Hye-jung). He eventually finds his tormentor, but their final encounter will yield yet more unimaginable horrors...


Directed with immense flair by Park Chan-wook (The Handmaiden) as the second instalment of his Vengeance Trilogy, OLDBOY blazed a trail at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival where it was lauded by the President of the Jury, director Quentin Tarantino. The film went on to become a huge international smash, blowing audiences minds with its concoction of filmmaking virtuosity, ingenious plotting, pathos and violence. Now, this masterpiece has been newly remastered and is presented to exhibition in the best format possible.

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Wednesday 28 Aug 201920:50
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Pain and Glory (15)

The latest film from Pedro Almodovar, Pain and Glory explores the tumultuous life of an aging director as he comes face to face with his life choices. In a semi-autobiographical cinematic experience, the film is a candid roundup of key moments within the auteur’s personal and professional past. and also reunites him with Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas.

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Friday 23 Aug 201918:3020:50
Saturday 24 Aug 201913:4516:0518:2520:45
Sunday 25 Aug 201918:1520:45
Monday 26 Aug 201914:0016:30
Tuesday 27 Aug 201918:3020:50
Wednesday 28 Aug 201918:30
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The Scapegoat (12A)

Matinee Classics - tickets just £1.75 for the over-55s


An English schoolteacher meets his lookalike, a French count; and unwillingly swaps identities with him.

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Wednesday 28 Aug 201912:0015:30
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Upstairs Planet: Cleaners from Venus & Universe of Martin Newell (15)

UPSTAIRS PLANET: Cleaners From Venus & The Universe of Martin Newell


This is the World Premiere of Graham Bendel's latest film, the third in a trilogy of 'rugged individualists' who've rocked the fringes and occasionally crossed over into the musical mainstream.


Martin Newell is a raconteur, poet, musical genius and the Godfather of Lo-Fi.

'Upstairs Planet' is about the greatest band from the 1980s you've possibly not heard of: Cleaners From Venus. Funny, moving and hugely entertaining, it's about a relatively unknown  - but hugely talented -  cult 80s musician who has been a tremendous influence on many well-known acts and admired by a whole host of others (John Cooper Clarke, XTC, Ariel Pink, Mac DeMarco, etc).


Will he ever get the credit that he so richly deserves? Does he even want that approval? In the meantime, reaching a wider audience is threatened by health setbacks and, quite probably, his irascible temperament.  Find out more about the 'Greatest Living Englishman' and his unique & eccentric take on the world.

Previous documentaries from director Graham Bendel have been on Vic Godard/Subway Sect & Billy Childish, which have been screened all over the world.


+ Short film by JF Whitney on Billy Childish (I'm Hurting/ The Bitter Cup)  5 mins 12 secs


Plus live special guest: Martin Newell, in a rare London performance, will perform a short set after the film.  


Music before and after in the Bar from DJs: (including:  

special guest DJ Richard Norris (The Grid/Beyond The Wizards Sleeve) who'll be playing a psychedelic & suitably eclectic set.


Earlybird Offer

Tickets just £9 until midnight June 14th

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Thursday 29 Aug 201920:00