Showing Until Thu 04 May
- Lone Scherfig
- Country of origin and year
- UK 2016
- 117 minutes
- Rated 12A - Contains infrequent strong language, moderate sex, injury detail.
- Cast: Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy, Jack Huston.
Screenings from Sat 29 Apr
|Sat 29 Apr||11:05 Belmont screen 1||14:30 Belmont screen 1||18:00 Belmont screen 1||20:35 Belmont screen 1|
|Sun 30 Apr||13:00 Belmont screen 1||15:30 Belmont screen 1||18:00 Belmont screen 1||20:35 Belmont screen 1|
|Mon 01 May||11:05 Belmont screen 1||14:30 Belmont screen 1||18:00 Belmont screen 1||20:35 Belmont screen 1|
|Tue 02 May||11:05 Belmont screen 1||14:30 Belmont screen 1||20:35 Belmont screen 1|
|Wed 03 May||11:05 Belmont screen 1||14:30 Belmont screen 1||18:00 Belmont screen 1||20:35 Belmont screen 1|
|Thu 04 May||11:05 Belmont screen 1||14:30 Belmont screen 1||18:00 Belmont screen 1||20:35 Belmont screen 1|
|Fri 05 May|
Set in a WWII London populated by the women, old men and children who remained at home, Their Finest is a witty and thoughtful wartime charmer from Lone Scherfig (An Education) with a screenplay based on Lissa Evans' novel Their Finest Hour and a Half. Young Welsh woman Catrin (Gemma Arterton) lands a job writing dialogue for propaganda filmmakers looking for "a woman's touch". Crossing paths (and swords) with dashing producer Tom Buckley (Sam Claflin) and eccentric old thesp Ambrose Hilliard (Bill Nighy, on top form) as bombs drop all around them, Catrin discovers there's just as much drama, comedy and passion behind the camera as there is on-screen.
The 20:35 screening of Their Finest on Mon 1 May will have onscreen captions for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing.
|FOR CRYING OUT LOUD!
Screening for carers and their babies on Mon 24 Apr at 11:10am.
Tickets £4.50 per adult. Screening is limited to babies under 12 months accompanied by no more than two adults. Baby-changing and buggy parking facilities are available.
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Our Kiosk Café in the foyer provides drinks and snacks – including teas, coffees, wines and beers – and you can take your drinks into screenings. The Bar area downstairs is a relaxing space to spend some time before a screening and will continue to host special events and exhibitions.