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Our new brochure has just arrived!
CALENDAR
Event
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Sun 28th Dec
Sun 21st Dec
Thu 1st Jan
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Fri 9th Jan
Mon 12th Jan
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Thu 22nd Jan
Sun 25th Jan
Thu 29 Jan
Sat 31st Jan
Wed 4th Feb
Fri 6th Feb
Wed 11 Feb
Fri 13th Feb
Sat 14th Feb
Wed 18th Feb
Tue 24th Feb
Fri 27th Feb
Wed 4th Mar
Thu 5th Mar
Sun 8th Mar
Tue 10th Mar
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Sat 14th Mar
Tue 17th Mar
Mon 23rd Mar
Fri 27th Mar
Wed 1st Apr
Tue 14th Apr
Thu 16th Apr
Sun 19th Apr
Sat 25th Apr
Mon 20th Apr
Tue 5th May
Thu 14th May
Tue 19th May
Tue 26th May
ROH: Alice's Adventure in Wonderland - SOLD OUT
The Laughter Lounge: Adam Buxton Kernel Panic
The Old Vic's The Crucible
ROH: Alice's Adventure in Wonderland Encore
Bolshoi: Nutcracker
The Theory of Everything
The Old Vic's The Crucible
Into the Woods
Testament of Youth preview plus live Q & A
Exhibition on Screen: Girl with a Pearl Earring
Testament of Youth
MET: The Merry Widow
NT Live: Treasure Island
Bolshoi: Swan Lake
ROH: Andrea Chenier
MET: Les Contes D'Hoffmann
The Laughter Lounge: Robin Ince
Shaun the Sheep Movie
RSC: Love's Labour's Lost
Fifty Shades of Grey
MET: Iolanta/Duke Bluebeard's Castle
NT Live: Treasure Island child-friendly screening
ROH: Der Fliegende Hollander
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
RSC: Love's Labour's Won (Much Ado About Nothing)
The Laughter Lounge: Phil Kay
Bolshoi: Romeo and Juliet
Alan Bennett - Talking Head
ENO: La Traviata
NT Live: Behind the Beautiful Forevers
MET: La Donna Del Lago
ROH: Swan Lake
Hamlet from the Royal Exchange Manchester
Cinderella
ROH: Rise and Fall of the City Of Mahogany
Exhibition on Screen: Vincent Van Gogh
NT Live: The Hard Problem
Bolshoi: Ivan the Terrible
MET: Cavalleria Rusticana/Pagliacci
Hamlet from the Royal Exchange Manchester
ROH: La Fille Mal Gardee
NT Live: Man and Superman
ENO: Pirates of Penzeance (Dir Mike Leigh)
Exhibition on Screen: The Impressionists
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Box office: 01825 764909 Open: Monday to Saturday 10am to 9pm, Sundays 1pm to 9pm.
Book online: www.picturehouseuckfield.com [email protected]
The Picture House, High Street, Uckfield, East Sussex TN22 1AS
Please note that all running times are approximate and are subject to change.
Unless specified all event cinema is to be screened live via satellite. All programmes are subject to change.
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Happy first birthday to our brochure which was
introduced this time last year. It has become increasingly
popular, in fact it is so popular we ran out of the last
edition! Thank you for reading it. So you don’t miss out
on the next one, make sure you join our growing number
of Picture House members and we will post a copy to
you at home.
Well it’s been a crazy few months but we made it
through and have completed the first phase of our
refurbishment. We hope you are enjoying the comfy
seats and fabulous sound, all arriving in time for some
great films. In fact Mr Turner has turned out to be
our biggest film of 2014 – and it was only released in
October! There are some exciting releases next year
that will give it a run for its money, as Dame Judi Dench
returns in the Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and
the hotly anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey hits the
screens on Valentine’s Day. Plus the incredible story of
Jane and Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything.
Excitingly our very own comedy club The Laughter
Lounge has a fantastic line up this winter, so laugh
away the winter blues with Adam Buxton in his first
appearance in Uckfield this December. Then Robin Ince
and Phil Kaye will be returning early in the New Year.
As ever we have some great Arts on Screen Events with
theatre being particularly strong. This season sees the
National Theatre presenting Ralph Fiennes in George
Bernard Shaw’s Man And Superman, plus one off events
such as Maxine Peake in a female-led version of Hamlet.
In the spring we move onto the second phase of our
refurbishment when we tackle Screen 2 and the foyer.
And finally in very exciting news we have just taken
ownership of the restaurant opposite the cinema so look
out for the launch in the new year to truly complete your
night out.
CONTENTS
4-5 COMEDY
6 SPECIAL EVENT
Alan Bennett Talking Head
7 FILM
The Second Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel
8 NATIONAL THEATRE
10 RSC THEATRE
11 OLD VIC THEATRE
12 FILM
The Hobbit: The Battle
of Five Armies
13 FILM
Fifty Shades of Grey
15 EXHIBITION
17 METROPOLITAN
OPERA
18 ENO OPERA
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Testament of Youth
21-22 MEMBERSHIP
23 FILM
The Theory of Everything
24 ROYAL OPERA HOUSE
27 BOLSHOI BALLET
28 FILM
Cinderella
29 FILM
Into the Woods
31 KIDS FILM
Shaun the Sheep
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up to date news.
32 KIDS FILM
Big Hero 6
Thank you as ever for your support and please keep
in touch.
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33 MID MORNING MOVIES
KIDS PARTIES
34 KIDS FILMS
THIS CHRISTMAS
35 SATURDAY MORNING
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FILM
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ALAN BENNETT –
TALKING HEAD
(Recorded)
Tuesday 10th March 2015
Time tbc
The Picture House Uckfield, in
conjunction with The Charleston
Trust, is proud to present this
unique opportunity to see a
special recorded screening of
Talking Head - Alan Bennett’s
sold out event at last year’s
Charleston Festival. Having
created a series of dramatic
monologues depicting characters
musing on their lives, Alan
Bennett entertains us as himself.​
Enjoy pre-show refreshments
at 7.30pm and an opportunity
to toast the 2015 Charleston
Festival.
THE SECOND BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (12A) running time tbc
India’s premier retirement resort, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel for the Elderly
and Beautiful, is proving so incredibly popular that it only has a single remaining
vacancy - posing a rooming predicament for the new arrivals… Judi Dench,
Maggie Smith, Celia Imrie and Bill Nighy all return for this second chapter, with
the addition of Richard Gere.
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THEATRE
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THEATRE
THE HARD PROBLEM (12A)
Thursday 16th April at 6.50pm
180 mins
MAN & SUPERMAN (12A)
Thursday 14th May at 6.50pm
240 mins
Acclaimed playwright Tom
Stoppard returns to the National
Theatre with his highly-anticipated
new play.
An exhilarating reinvention of George
Bernard Shaw’s witty, provocative
romantic comedy, an epic fairytale and
fiery philosophical debate which asks
fundamental questions about how we live.
Hilary, a young psychology
researcher at a brainscience
institute, is nursing a private
sorrow and a troubling question
at work, where psychology and
biology meet. If there is nothing
but matter, what is consciousness?
Is the day coming when the
computer and the MRI scanner
will answer all the questions
psychology can ask?
TREASURE ISLAND (PG)
Thursday 22nd January at 6.50pm
3hrs
CHILD-FRIENDLY ENCORE
Wednesday 18th February at 1.50pm
Robert Louis Stevenson’s story of murder,
money and mutiny is brought to life in a
thrilling new stage adaptation by Bryony
Lavery, broadcast live from the National
Theatre. It’s a dark, stormy night. The stars
are out. Jim, the inn-keeper’s granddaughter,
opens the door to a terrifying stranger. At
the old sailor’s feet sits a huge sea-chest,
full of secrets. Jim invites him in – and her
dangerous voyage begins.
MORE ENCORES TO BE ANNOUNCED
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Jack Tanner (Ralph Fiennes), celebrated
radical thinker and rich bachelor, seems an
unlikely choice as guardian to the alluring
heiress, Ann. But she decides to marry and
tame this dazzling revolutionary.
More National Theatre shows are to be
announced – please check the website for
up to date information.
BEHIND THE BEAUTIFUL
FOREVERS (12A)
Thursday 12th March at 6.50pm
180 mins
Pulizter Prize-winner Katherine
Boo spent three years in
Annawadi, India recording the
lives of its residents. From her
uncompromising book, David Hare
has fashioned a tumultuous play
on an epic scale.
India is surging with global
ambition. But beyond the luxury
hotels surrounding Mumbai airport
lies a makeshift slum, full of people
with plans of their own.
Tickets: £17.50 Premier Members: £15.75
Treasure Island child tickets: £10
(Child-friendly encore only)
Don’t forget you can get 10% discount
for Arts on Screen events when you
become a Premier Member.
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THEATRE
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THEATRE
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THE CRUCIBLE
LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST
Wednesday 11th February
2015 at 6.45pm 3hrs Approx
Summer 1914. Dedicating
themselves to a life of study, the
King and his friends take an oath
to avoid the company of women for three
years – just as the Princess of France and
her ladies-in-waiting arrive. Shakespeare’s
sparkling comedy mischievously suggests
that the highest of all academic endeavours
is the study of the opposite sex.
THE CRUCIBLE (12A) (Recorded)
Thursday 18th December at 7pm
3hrs 15mins
Thursday 8th January at 7pm tbc
The Old Vic’s critically acclaimed production
of Arthur Millers’ classic American drama,
starring Richard Armitage comes to the
cinema screen. Salem’s infamous witch
trials are vividly brought to life in this visceral
new production by award-winning director,
Yaël Farber. Recorded live at the Old Vic.
LOVE’S LABOUR’S WON
OR MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
Wednesdays 4th March 2015
at 6.45pm 3hrs Approx
Shakespeare’s comic
romance plays out amidst the
high spirits of a post-war house
party in autumn 1918, where
memories of the trenches give way
to youthful passions, and Benedick and
Beatrice reignite their combative courtship.
Better known as Much Ado About
Nothing, this is performed under the title
Love’s Labour’s Won, a name possibly
given to it during Shakespeare’s lifetime.
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
Wednesday 22nd July 2015 at 6.45pm
In the melting pot of Venice, trade is God.
The city opens its arms to all, as long as
there is profit to be made. When a contract
is broken, simmering racial tensions boil
over and Shylock - wronged father and
despised outsider - looks to exact the
ultimate price for a deal sealed in blood.
TESTAMENT OF YOUTH (12A)
PREMIERE SCREENING PLUS LIVE Q&A
Monday 12th January at 6.30pm tbc
LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST
Testament of Youth goes on general release
on Friday 16th January
Tickets: £20
Premier Members: £18
For the enjoyment and comfort of all,
please make sure you are in your seat
before the advertised ticket time for all
Arts on Screen events.
DON’T FORGET YOU CAN GET A DISCOUNT ON ALL ARTS ON SCREEN
EVENTS WITH A PREMIER MEMBERSHIP. See page 21 for details à
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An exclusive premier screening of the brand
new wartime movie, plus never-before-seen
behind the scenes footage and a live Q&A
with director James Kent and some key
members of the cast.
Book online: www.picturehouseuckfield.com
HAMLET (12A) (Recorded)
Monday 23rd March at 7.15pm 3hrs 15mins
MAXINE PEAKE IN HAMLET
Testament of Youth
Tickets: £10
Premier Members: £9
Hamlet and The Crucible
Tickets: £17.50
Premier Members: £15.75
Monday 20th April at 7.15pm
This ground-breaking stage production,
directed by Sarah Frankcom, was the
Manchester Royal Exchange’s fastest-selling
show in a decade. In this stripped-back,
fresh and fast-paced version,
BAFTA nominee Maxine Peake creates
a Hamlet for now, alongside other roles
played by women.
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FILM
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THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF FIVE ARMIES (12A) 145 mins
The epic conclusion to the adventures of Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman),
Thorin Oakenshield and the Company of Dwarves, as the races of Dwarves,
Elves and Men must decide - unite or be destroyed.
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FILM
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FIFTY SHADES OF GREY (18) running time tbc
The fastest selling UK novel of all time, from internet sensation E L James, finally
hits the big screen. When innocent and naive Anastasia Steele meets handsome,
yet tormented, billionaire Christian Grey they find themselves irresistibly drawn to
each other. But the singular tastes of Christian Grey will change Ana’s life forever…
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EXHIBITION
THE GIRL WITH A PEARL EARRING
Tuesday 13th January 2015 at 7.30pm
1hr 25mins
After two years on a blockbuster world tour,
the ‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’ has returned
home to the much-loved Mauritshuis
gallery in The Hague. The enduring appeal
of this masterpiece is indisputable and
this documentary goes in pursuit of the
many unresolved riddles surrounding the
extraordinary painting and its mysterious
creator Vermeer.
VAN GOGH A NEW WAY OF SEEING
Tuesday 14th April 2015
at 7.30pm 1hr 30mins
Enjoy complete and unprecedented access to the treasures of
Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum
while world-renowned curators
and art historians offer their
interpretations, plus exclusive
new research revealing incredible
recent discoveries.
THE IMPRESSIONISTS PAUL DURAND-RUEL’S COLLECTION
Tuesday 26th May 2015 at 7.30pm
1hr 30mins
Cezanne, Monet, Degas and their
compatriots are some of the world’s most
popular artists. But just who were they
really? Why and how did they paint? What
lies behind their enduring appeal?
All Tickets: £12.50
Premier Members: £11.25
Box office: 01825 764909
Book online: www.picturehouseuckfield.com
OPERA
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THE MERRY WIDOW
(Franz Lehár)
Saturday 17th January 2015
at 5.55pm 2hrs 57mins
The great Renée Fleming stars
as the beguiling femme fatale
who captivates all Paris in
Lehár’s enchanting operetta,
seen in a new staging by
Broadway virtuoso director
and choreographer
Susan Stroman.
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LES CONTES D’HOFFMANN
(Jacques Offenbach)
Saturday 31st January 2015
at 5.55pm 3hrs 46mins
LA DONNA DEL LAGO
(Gioacchino Rossini)
Saturday 14th March 2015
at 4.55pm 3hrs 30mins
The magnetic tenor Vittorio
Grigolo takes on the tortured
poet and unwitting adventurer of
the title of Offenbach’s operatic
masterpiece, in the Met’s wild,
kaleidoscopic production.
Bel canto superstars Joyce DiDonato
and Juan Diego Flórez join forces for this
Rossini showcase of vocal virtuosity, set in
the medieval Scottish highlands and based
on a beloved novel by
Sir Walter Scott.
IOLANTA (Peter Tchaikovsky)
DUKE BLUEBEARD’S CASTLE
(Bela Bartók)
Saturday 14th February 2015 at
5.30pm 3hrs 39mins
CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA
(Pietro Mascagni)
PAGLIACCI
(Ruggero Leoncavallo)
Saturday 25th April 2015 at 5.30pm
3hrs 30mins
Soprano Anna Netrebko takes on
another Tchaikovsky heroine in the
first opera of this intriguing double
bill, consisting of an enchanting
fairy tale (Iolanta) followed by
an erotic psychological thriller
(Duke Bluebeard’s Castle). Valery
Gergiev conducts both operas.
Opera’s most enduring tragic double bill
returns in an evocative new production
from Sir David McVicar, who sets the
action across two time periods but in the
same Sicilian village.
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OPERA
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LA TRAVIATA
Wednesday 11th March 2015 at 7.20pm
Approx 1hr 50mins
A stunning production of Verdi’s passionate and
tragic masterpiece, ideal for newcomers to opera
with its contemporary staging and a running time of
less than two hours. Featuring Elizabeth Zharoff.
THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE
Tuesday 19th May 2015 at
7.20pm 2hrs 15mins
Guaranteed to be a major
event, award winning director
Mike Leigh directs his first ever
opera for the stage. Gilbert and
Sullivan’s popular comic opera
features much-loved favourites
including I am the Very Model
of a Modern Major General.
CARMEN
CARMEN
Wednesday 1st July 2015 at
7.20pm 2hrs 45mins
LA TRAVIATA
Tickets £20 Premier Members: £18
Probably the most popular
opera in the world, Carmen
scandalised its earliest
audiences with its raw
depiction of lust. In ENO’s
popular production, the action
is a full-on battle of the sexes,
fought out in the arena of the
Spanish building.
Gift Cards available now. Available in £10, £15 or £25.
TESTAMENT OF YOUTH (12A) 130 mins
A powerful coming-of-age story which tackles love, war, loss and remembrance.
Based on the beloved WW1 memoir by Vera Brittain, this has become the classic
testimony of war from a woman’s point of view and continues to resonate as a
personal story of how one person faces war and tragedy, and rises above them.
EXCLUSIVE PREMIER SCREENING, WITH LIVE Q&A
Monday 12th January – see page 11
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DINING
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LOVE CINEMA? LOVE THE PICTURE HOUSE UCKFIELD?
Then why not be a part of your local cinema and become a member?
Not only do you get amazing benefits at The Picture House, you can also use
your membership to get exclusive discounts at local stores.
Now you can enjoy a pre-film meal
or post show drink at our restaurant,
directly opposite the cinema on
Uckfield High Street.
Choose from our wide ranging menu
with drinks to suit everyone. We also
offer a children’s menu.
Make your trip to the cinema a
complete experience.
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The Picture House Uckfield gift card is the perfect
gift for the film and culture lover in your life.
Gift cards can be exchanged for tickets to all the
latest films, Arts on Screen events or Laughter
Lounge shows and can be used to buy
refreshments to complete your night out.
Gift cards can be purchased in person, over
the phone or online and for a £1 charge,
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Have you seen our new website? You can now purchase membership online
and use your membership to purchase tickets online!
Membership type
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Premier
Welcome pack and membership card
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Yes
Free tickets for membership holder*
3 tickets
(6 for joint)
4 tickets
(8 for joint)
No booking fee for advance bookings
Yes
Yes
10% off all refreshments at the kiosk
Yes
Yes
£1 off your ticket for films**
Yes
Yes
Weekly film listings emailed to you
Yes
Yes
Invites to special events
Yes
Yes
Exclusive discounts at local stores
Yes
Yes
Copy of Picture House Brochure to be sent to
your address
Yes
Yes
Flexible film tickets - change your ticket for
free up until 24 hours before the film, subject to
availability
Yes
10% off live & recorded Arts on Screen events
(including encore performances)
Yes
Priority booking for Arts on Screen events
(when available)
Yes
Waiting list facility for Arts on Screen events
Yes
Complimentary mini bottle of champagne
(2 for joint)
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Price
£35 single/
£60 joint
£45 single/
£80 joint
** Membership discount applies to standard general release film ticket prices only. Not to
be used with any other discount or promotion and not valid for special priced screenings.
Please ask a member of staff if you are uncertain as to which films are included.
* Valid for general release films only. Tickets for Arts on Screen events or live events
are not eligible.
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Start Date
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(For joint membership
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Address
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Terms and Conditions
Membership is non transferable. We have the right to change the benefits and features at any time.
Please see website for full terms and conditions.
Looking for the perfect gift?
The Picture House Uckfield gift card is the perfect gift for
the film and culture lover in your life.
Gift cards can be exchanged for tickets to all the latest films,
Arts on Screen events or Laughter Lounge shows and can
be used to buy refreshments to complete your night out.
Gift cards can be purchased in person, over the phone or
online and for a £1 charge, we can send them direct to the
lucky recipient.
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THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING (12A) 123 mins
The extraordinary story of one of the world’s greatest living minds, the
renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne), and the woman
who stood by him throughout his earth-shattering diagnosis, Jane Wilde
(Felicity Jones).
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LIVE BALLET:
ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND
Tuesday 16th December 2014 at 7.15pm
SOLD OUT
Another chance to watch Christopher
Wheeldon’s full-length ballet, based
on Lewis Carroll’s book. This exuberant
piece of storytelling features an instantly
recognizable cast of characters, among
them a tap-dancing Mad Hatter, a tetchy
White Rabbit and a raucously bad-tempered
Queen of Hearts.
LIVE OPERA: ANDREA CHENIER
Thursday 29th January 2015 at 7.15pm
2hrs 30mins
Umberto Giordano’s opera presents a
fictionalized account of the last years of
the French poet André Chénier, guillotined
during the Reign of Terror in 1794. Director
David McVicar brings Giordano’s thrilling
historical drama back to the Royal Opera
House for the first time since 1985 in this
stunning new production.
LIVE OPERA: DER FLIEGENDE HOLLANDER
Tuesday 24th February 2015 at 7.15pm
2hrs 20mins
Wagner’s first masterpiece explores the
themes of damnation and redemption that
would fascinate the composer throughout
his career. In this tale, a captain is forced to
sail the seas for eternity, unless released by
the faithful love of a good woman.
LIVE OPERA:
RISE AND FALL OF THE CITY OF
MAHAGONNY
Wednesday 1st April 2015
at 7.15pm 3hrs
A major work from the remarkable
partnership of playwright Bertolt Brecht
and composer Kurt Weill. Its first ever Royal
Opera staging, by Associate Director of
Opera John Fulljames, is sung in English,
and conducted by Mark Wigglesworth.
Mahagonny is a satire on money, morality
and pleasure-seeking among the dubious
citizens of a fictional city.
LIVE BALLET:
LA FILLE MAL GARDÉE
Tuesday 5th May 2015 at 7.15pm
2hrs 15mins
Frederick Ashton’s final full-length ballet is
one of his most joyous creations, inspired
by his love for the Suffolk countryside and
based on an 1828 French ballet with music
adapted by John Lanchbery from Ferdinand
Hérold’s original score.
LIVE OPERA: LA BOHÈME
Wednesday 10th June 2015 at 7.15pm
2hrs 50mins
John Copley’s keen stagecraft make
his production of this popular opera
a masterpiece of realism, while Julia
Trevelyan Oman’s designs evoke the
LIVE BALLET: SWAN LAKE
Tuesday 17th March 2015 at 7.15pm 3hrs
Swan Lake has long been one of The Royal
Ballet’s signature works and Anthony Dowell
aims to return to an authentic version of the
choreography created by the great Marius
Petipa and Lev Ivanov for the Mariinsky
Theatre in 1895.
LA BOHÈME
DER FLIEGENDE HOLLANDER
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atmosphere of 19th-century Paris.
Several of today’s greatest opera
stars return to bid farewell to this
sublime staging, in a revival that
promises to go down in Royal
Opera history.
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GUILLAM
Sunday 28th December at 1.50pm
2hrs 55mins
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LIVE OPERA: GUILLAME TELL
Sunday 5th July 2015 at 2.45pm
4hrs
Rossini’s final opera helped to
lay the foundations of the genre
of French grand opéra that
dominated European stages
throughout the mid-19th century.
The exciting young Italian director
Damiano Michieletto makes his
debut with what promises to
be a spectacular and thoughtprovoking production.
Tickets
All Opera: £25
Premier Members: £22.50
Ballet tickets: Adults £20
Premier Members: £18
Children: £10
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THE NUTCRACKER
Sunday 21st December at 2.45pm
2hrs 30mins SOLD OUT
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Sunday 21st December at 7.45pm
The Nutcracker is one of the greatest
classics in the world. With iconic music
by Tchaikovsky, and enchanting sets
and costumes. This choreographic
version, created for the Bolshoi by Yuri
Grigorovich, is full of romanticism and
philosophical reflections on ideal love.
SWAN LAKE
Sunday 25th January 2015
at 2.45pm 2hrs 40mins
With Tchaikovsky’s famous, lyrical
score, Swan Lake depicts the tragic love
between Princess Odette and Prince
Siegfried, and will no doubt be performed
to perfection by the unparalleled virtuosity
of Russia’s great Bolshoi.
ROMEO AND JULIET
Sunday 8th March 2015 at 3.45pm
2hrs 15mins
IVAN THE TERRIBLE
Sunday 19th April 2015 at 3.45pm
2hrs 15mins
Shakespeare’s timeless story is brought
to the stage through breathtaking
choreography and Sergei Prokofiev’s
much-loved score. Stellar performances
by Alexander Volchkov and Anna Nikulina
illuminate this masterpiece, making the
immortal tale of the lovers of Verona an
unforgettable experience.
Ivan the Terrible is a work in
the true Bolshoi style. Yuri
Grigorovich’s powerful and
fascinating epic dramatises Ivan
the Terrible’s controversial reign,
and portrays events in 16thcentury Russia in visually stunning
scenes.
Tickets: £20 Premier Members: £18.00 (Children £10)
SWAN LAKE
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FILM
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CINDERELLA (PG) Running time tbc
A live-action retelling of the classic Disney fairytale. Young Ella has the purest
of hearts, although she lives in a cruel world of evil step sisters and a wicked
step mother. Despite her mistreatment, Ella does not despair and plans to
attend the ball at the palace…with a little help from her fairy godmother (Helena
Bonham Carter)!
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INTO THE WOODS (PG) 125 mins
Let an all-star cast, including Meryl Streep as the Witch and Johnny Depp as the
Wolf, take you on a song and dance through Steven Sondheim’s award-winning
musical, which interweaves the lives of various fairy tale characters.
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SHAUN THE SHEEP (U) running time tbc
When Shaun decides to take the day off and have some fun, he gets a little
more action than he bargained for. A mix up with the Farmer, a caravan and a
very steep hill lead them all to the Big City and it’s up to Shaun and the flock to
return everyone safely to the green grass of home.
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With the awards season coming up there are some great films to catch at
Mid Morning Movies this winter. Don’t forget these screenings are baby
friendly so lights are brighter and sound lower but you don’t need a baby to
get in! Plus there is a free cup of coffee included in your ticket price.
Don’t miss the latest releases, coming up...
Into the Woods with Meryl Streep and Johnny Depp, the hotly anticipated adaptation
of best selling novel Fifty Shades of Grey and Judi Dench in The Second Best Exotic
Marigold Hotel.
Birthday party packages available
TICKETS £8.50 to include a free cup of coffee and babies are of course free.
Babies must be 12 months and under. *no alternative offered.
Choose from kiosk treats and a film
or film and a birthday meal at Luna restaurant
KIDS PARTIES
For details contact: [email protected]
Stuck for birthday party ideas?
Birthday Party Packages available.
BIG HERO 6 (PG) running time tbc
Walt Disney brings this action-packed Marvel comic to the big screen!
After a life-changing accident, robotics nerd Hiro accidently discovers plus-size
inflatable health care robot Baymax and teams up with four other science
geeks to become a band of high-tech superheroes destined to save the city of
San Fransokyo.
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Choose your film,* then pick from kiosk package, with treats to
enjoy during the film or birthday meal package with a meal to
enjoy before or after the film.
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*Saturday Morning Movie film tickets can be booked 4 weeks in advance,
general release films 1 to 2 weeks in advance but parties can be booked anytime.
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KIDS FILMS
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KIDS
this Christmas
TICKETS
JUST
£3.00
Our weekly Saturday Morning
Movies continue to regularly
sell out and feature recent
blockbusters to classic family
films, all rated U or PG.
Don’t forget to let us know if
it’s a birthday party so we can
get everyone celebrating!
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Every Saturday at 10.30am
What’s on Saturday mornings?
Date
Film
Film ends
13th Dec Nativity 2 (U) 105mins
12.30pm
20th Dec Arthur Christmas (U) 95mins
12.20pm
27th Dec The Book of Life (U) 95mins
12.20pm
3rd Jan
Alexander & the Terrible, Horrible,
No Good, V Bad Day (PG) 81mins
12.05pm
10th Jan The Boxtrolls (PG) 97mins
12.20pm
17th Jan Nativity 3 (U) 110mins tbc
12.35pm
24th Jan Get Santa (U) 102mins tbc
12.25pm
Please remember this is a fun time
especially for kids, therefore adults
may only attend if accompanying
children
31st Jan
Paddington (PG) 95mins tbc
7th Feb
Tinkerbell & the Secret of the Neverbeast (U) tbc 12pm
14th Feb Singalong Frozen (PG) 108mins
12.35pm
Children over 8 can attend without
an adult but the cinema does not
provide dedicated supervision.
21st Feb Penguins of Madagascar (U) 92mins tbc
12.15pm
28th Feb Night at the Museum 3 (PG) 98mins
12.25pm
7th Mar
Annie (PG) 118mins tbc
Please check the website for more details. Programmes are subject to change.
12.20pm
12.40pm

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