Published on 19th October 2020


Published 19 October 2020

Take a break this half term with cinema to make you smile! We have films for all the family, from classic favourites, to brand new releases. Whether you are watching the YA hit, After We Collided, or the fascinating Frida Kahlo Exhibition on Screen, why not make a night of it and enjoy our tasty tapas deal between 5-6pm before the film! Here are some of our top picks this holiday…

Family watches

Keep the whole family entertained with the brand new retelling of the beloved classic, The Secret Garden! Starring Julie Walters and Colin Firth, this feature exudes hope, charm and above all, magic.

Go on a musical adventure with the new animation, Coco! On a quest to prove himself as a musician, Miguel finds himself in the colourful Land of the Dead. With his new friend Hector the trickster, he goes on the journey of a lifetime! 

The incredible Marvel superhero movie Black Panther returns! Prince T’Challa comes home to the African nation of Wakanda to serve as king, but a world war looms and action must be taken…

The classic love story The Princess Bride sees a young woman and her one true love on a journey to be reunited after a long separating. An unmissable witty romance enjoyed by generations! 

Christopher Nolan’s action packed, mind blowing Tenet will keep you on the edge or your seat!

Musical treats 

Tap your feet to the beat with Bohemian Rhapsody, the ultimate celebration of Queen and their legendary singer, Freddie Mercury! 

Enjoy the legendary music of Stevie Nicks in Stevie Nicks: 24 Karat Gold The Concert. Recorded during the sold-out 24 Karat Tour, fans can listen to personal stories, old favourites and rare gems in this unforgettable cinema experience!

Thought-provoking documentaries

I Am Greta follows teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg from her one person protest outside Swedish Parliament to her speech at the UN Climate Action Summit in New York City! 

One Man And His Shoes tells the story of Michael Jordan and his Nike Air Jordan sneaker marketing campaigns. This illuminating feature shows the social, cultural and racial significance of sneakers, whilst revealing the true power of marketing. 

To see our full half term film programme (and spook-tacular Halloween cinema!) click here.
Listings are accurate on October 19th.

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