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The Outfit

US 2022, 15, 105 mins, crime thriller

A 2022 American crime drama directed by Graham Moore in his directorial debut, starring an ensemble cast including Mark Rylance, Zoey Deutch, Johnny Flynn, Dylan O'Brien, Nikki Amuka-Bird and Simon Russell Beale. Set in 1956 Chicago, the story centres around an English tailor (Mark Rylance)  whose primary customers are a family of gangsters. The film had its world premiere at the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival in February 2022.

‘The Oscar-winner gives a cool, calm centre to this tightly-buttoned drama about Chicago gangsters rooting out a mole’ - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

Sunday May 22nd at 2pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s


UK 2010, 15, 114 mins, drama

This is the second film by British director Joanna Hogg (The Souvenir) starring Tom Hiddleston.

ThIs critically acclaimed psychological drama unfolds in the Isles of Scilly off Blighty’s Cornish coast. Three members of the upper-middle-class Leighton family gather for a two-week stay in a beautiful rustic cottage. Edward (Tom Hiddleston) is about to spend a year in Africa working for an NGO. 

‘Subtle, mysterious, murky and utterly distinctive’ ★★★★★ Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian 

‘With its painterly compositions (intentionally reminiscent of Danish artist Vilhelm Hammershoi), interplay between repression and violent emotion, and rural island setting, pic feels more Scandinavian than British, far more akin to Ingmar Bergman than Merchant-Ivory’  Variety 

Wednesday May 25th at 3pm & 7.30pm 

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s


NT Live: Straight Line Crazy

Straight Line Crazy - a new play by David Hare, directed by Nicholas Hytner.


Ralph Fiennes (Antony & Cleopatra) leads the cast in David Hare’s (Skylight) blazing account of the most powerful man in New York, a master manipulator whose legacy changed the city forever.


For forty uninterrupted years, Robert Moses exploited those in office through a mix of charm and intimidation. Motivated at first by a determination to improve the lives of New York City’s workers, he created parks, bridges and 627 miles of expressway to connect the people to the great outdoors. Faced with resistance by protest groups campaigning for a very different idea of what the city should become, will the weakness of democracy be exposed in the face of his charismatic conviction?


Broadcast live from the Bridge Theatre in London, Nicholas Hytner directs this exhilarating new play.

Thursday May 26th at 7pm

Tickets £18/ £16 Concessions


Ed Wood

US 1994, 15, 127 mins, drama/comedy

A 1994 American biographical comedy-drama directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp as Ed Wood, the eponymous cult filmmaker who tries his best to fulfil his dreams, despite his lack of talent. The film concerns the period in Wood's life when he made his best-known movies as well as his relationship with actor Bela Lugosi, played by Martin Landau. Sarah Jessica Parker, Patricia Arquette, Jeffrey Jones, Lisa Marie and Bill Murray are among the supporting cast.

The film was met with critical acclaim upon release, with particular praise for Depp and Landau's performances and the makeup. It eventually became a cult classic and won two Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actor for Landau and Best Makeup for Rick Baker (who designed Landau's prosthetic makeup). 

'In Depp’s hands, the character is a wide-eyed optimist who believes every take is perfect, regardless of the most obvious blunders. He feels a kinship with Orson Welles because both are outsiders determined to realise their idiosyncratic vision without quite seeing the gulf in talent between the two auteurs. The most remarkable aspect of Ed Wood is how much of it is drawn directly from life’ The Independent

Friday May 27th at 3pm & 7.30pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s


Downton Abbey: A New Era

US/UK 2022, PG, 125 mins, drama

A historical drama film and a sequel to the 2019 film Downton Abbey, by Julian Fellowes, the creator and writer of the television series of the same name, with the sequel being directed by Simon Curtis. 

Saturday May 28th at 3pm & 7.30pm, Sunday May 29th at 2pm &
Thursday June 2nd at 3pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s


'Sound Bath' Session with Julia Scott-Russell

Join Crystal Sound Therapy practitioner Julia Scott-Russell in discovering the benefits of crystal sound for your health and wellbeing. Experience the calming sounds of Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls. Sit or lie back on chair or mat with a blanket, whilst Julia gently eases you into experiencing a ‘sound bath’. Starting with a few minutes of guided focus, Julia will help you to ‘just be’ without the need to ‘do’ anything. The remainder of Julia’s ‘Halcyon Sounds’ experience will be filled with different tonal frequencies from some of Julia’s personal collection of Alchemy bowls. We want you to have the best possible experience, please do bring a blanket to feel warm and snug. There are a limited number of yoga mats and pillows available, so feel free to bring your own. 

Please note - by attending this event you automatically agree to the medical disclaimer: you do not have/never had epilepsy at any point in your life, you do not have an artificial pacemaker or cochlear implant(s) or are less than 12 weeks pregnant.  

Also to note, the sound vibrations may be felt more in replacement joint(s), metal plate(s) or metal implant(s) - you are welcome to discuss this with Julia Scott-Russell, but ultimately it is your decision as to whether you attend.

Wednesday June 1st at 4.30pm

Tickets £14

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David Bramwell - The Haunted Moustache 

One man’s fantastical and hilarious quest to unravel the occult secrets of a unique family ‘hairloom’.

After inheriting a 100-year old moustache from a mysterious great aunt, David Bramwell embarks on a ten-year odyssey to discover why this curious object has been bequeathed to him, and to find out more about its former ‘owner’, a Victorian freakshow host called Ambrose Oddfellow. It is an adventure that draws him into the underbelly of Brighton – its séances, spiritual churches and a bohemian basement club – where he unwittingly becomes the host of a modern-day freakshow. Coming to believe that his inheritance is possessed, Bramwell joins a cult, dabbles with mind-expanding Amazonian plants and comes close to losing the plot entirely. Does he solve the mystery before his sanity gives in?


This award-winning monologue is a supernatural but true coming-of-age story, an exploration into magic and storytelling, and an affectionate portrayal of England’s rich counterculture. It’s quite funny, too.

Winner Sony Award for ‘Best Feature’ for BBC Radio 3’s Between the Ears.

Winner Best Comedy and Outstanding Theatre, Brighton Fringe Awards.

‘A five star show that deserves to be seen more than once’ Fringe Review 

‘A fantastic storyteller’  Radio Times 

Wednesday June 1st  at 7.30pm

Tickets £12


France 2021, 15, 135 mins, drama, narrative

A  critically acclaimed Vortex is the latest masterpiece by legendary Argentinian director Gaspar Noé. It is a tender and powerful exploration of loneliness and love presented in split-screen, compelling and moving in equal measure. The film has been hailed as one of Noé's finest works to date, having received acclaim from critics and audiences, with particular praise for Noe's direction and writing, performances, emotional power, scope, ambition and execution. Having debuted to widespread acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival, the film focuses on an elderly couple (played by Françoise Lebrun and Dario Argento) who spend their days in a Paris apartment. Presented in split-screen, we follow the couple as they go about their daily routines both together and alone.

As everyday tasks become more challenging, forgetfulness shifts to something more troubling and their son (Alex Lutz) struggles to care for them as they enter a vortex of dementia. Compelling and moving in equal measure, this is a departure for Noé – but in terms of scope and ambition, it is one of his finest works to date. Vortex has won Best Film Award at the International Film Festivals in Dublin, San Sebastian and Ghent.

‘One of the finest pictures Noé has made’ ★★★★★ The Guardian

★★★★ The Scotsman


Thursday June 9th at 3pm & 7.30pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s


The Gold Rush (1925) with live piano accompaniment from Mike Hatchard

The Gold Rush is a 1925 American silent comedy film written, produced and directed by Charlie Chaplin. The film also stars Chaplin in his Little Tramp persona with Georgia Hale, Mack Swain, Tom Murray, Henry Bergman and Malcolm Waite.

The Gold Rush was critically acclaimed upon its release and continues to be one of Chaplin's most celebrated works.

Mike Hatchard is a composer, pianist and virtuoso of improvising skills who has had an extraordinarily diverse career as a musician. He has appeared at Kino-Teatr in a number of guises including accompanying the Buster Keaton classic The General and, most recently, City Lights.

Sunday June 12th at 3pm

Tickets £14/ £12  Concessions 


Simon&thePope & More - 'Avant Bavard'

Free Live Music in the Gallery

Simon&thePope will play some of their trademark hypnotic drum, bass and spoken word grooves, accompanied by Hutch Demouilpied & Robert Rosenthal, to help while away that anticipatory hour before The Bavard Bar.

Free Event

Wednesday June 15th at 6.30pm

Free Event

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The Bavard Bar 

The Bavard Bar. "A delightful blend of TED, comedy and Radio 4. Sort of."

Three passionate speakers. Three distinct passions. From meteorites to crop circles, circuit-bending to the James Bond theme on Kazoo, you never know what you're going to hear as passions are kept secret until the night.

Interspersed with nonsense including the KP Lite, Oojah Kappivvy and Bohemia Road, plus brand new feature 'Make it Stop’. With music from Piano Man Dan playing songs themed around the night's passions, bav-artistry from Maria O’Neill, a virtual Ted the Drum and all hosted by MC Tim B'vard.

The Bavard Bar. "Avoiding life’s questions to give you the answers."

Wednesday June 15th at 7.30pm

Tickets £10

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Sarah Jane Morris, Tony Remy & Henry Thomas. Special Guest: Otis Coulter

“With her magical musical lieutenants on either side of her, Sarah Jane proceeded to thrill the audience with her extraordinary voice. A voice that at times is so deep that you feel you are down with her at the bottom of the ocean.

Boy, can she sing. Boy, can she entertain. Boy, is she an advert for everything that is magnificent about live music.

She was supported at the start - and again at the end of her second  set - by her talented son Otis Coulter with a voice reminiscent of Anohni (Antony and the Johnsons). For sure, Otis, who writes lyrics from the heart, has one hell of a musical future ahead of him if that is what he wants”  - Live gig review from Close-Up Culture

Friday June 17th at 7.30pm

Tickets £22


Coffee Concert: Adrien Brandeis - Parisien Jazz

Adrien Brandeis is a pianist, composer and arranger based in Paris. Born in Annecy, his musical career started in the south of France.

After studying at the Conservatory of Nice, he moved to Paris in 2018 to study with Manuel Rocheman and graduated from the CRR Conservatory of Paris.

​Musically very open, his influences are multiple, from Ruben Gonzalez to Brad Mehldau, including Michel Camilo, Chick Corea, Jon Lord, Red Garland, Bill Evans.

On the French scene, he has won numerous awards: First prize of the 2017 Jazz à Juan; prize of the public of the 2017 Jazz in Porquerolles.

Sunday June 19th  at 11am

Tickets £12 include coffee & croissant


Refugee Week: Limbo 
UK 2020, PG, 103 mins, drama, comedy

A BAFTA nominee for Outstanding British film, Limbo is a 2020 comedy/drama that centres on four asylum seekers who are staying on a remote island in Scotland, and taking cultural awareness classes, while awaiting the processing of their refugee claims.

‘A gorgeous tragicomic take on the refugee experience’ ★★★★★ The Guardian


Ben Sharrock expertly juxtaposes the limitless landscape of the Scottish islands with the curtailed options of oud-playing new arrival Omar, a Syrian migrant. It is a masterpiece of atmospheric film-making, with a superb original soundtrack created by the St Leonards based composer Hutch Demouilpied.

Saturday June 25th  at 3pm & 7.30pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s 

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Coffee Concert: Jane Gordon (violin) & Anna Smith (viola)

The concert features exquisite rare Italian music by Antonio Bruni and Alessandro Rolla ‘the teacher of Paganini’, alongside masterworks by Mozart.


Jane Gordon 


Described as playing with ‘glowing conviction’ (Financial Times) and a ‘ravishing tone and depth of timbre’ (The Independent), Jane’s expressive and refined performances have won critical acclaim. As a wonderfully versatile musician, her musical activities span classical concerti, solo recitals, a wide variety of chamber music and play/directing orchestras from the violin. Jane has performed at major European concert halls such as Vienna Konzerthaus, Paris Philharmonie, Milan La Scala and Amsterdam Conzertgebouw, further afield at the Lincoln Centre New York, Sydney Opera House and at venues in Hong Kong and South Korea. She is artistic director of Hastings Early Music Festival. 



Anna Smith 


Versatile English/Dutch violist Anna Smith studied modern languages at Cambridge University and viola at the Royal Academy of Music, London. Since moving to the Netherlands in 2012 she has performed regularly with orchestras including Amsterdam Sinfonietta, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Dutch Chamber Orchestra and Dutch Philharmonic. Previously a member of the Hallé Orchestra, Manchester, she also played regularly with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, BBC Philharmonic and the Royal Philharmonic.

Sunday June 26th  at 11am

Tickets £12 include coffee & croissant


Refugee Week: Flee 
Denmark 2021,15, 89 mins, animation, documentary, drama

A 2021 critically acclaimed adult animated documentary which follows the story of a man under the alias Amin Nawabi, who shares his hidden past of fleeing his country for the first time. Riz Ahmed (Sound of Metal) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Game of Thrones) serve as executive producers and narrators for the English-language version.

Flee received unanimous  critical praise for animation, story, thematic content, subject matter, and LGBT presentation. The film also incorporates archival film footage of events in Afghanistan from the time Amin fled.

The film was selected as the Danish entry for the Academy Award for Best International Feature Film.

Sunday June 26th at 2pm

Tickets £10 / £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s


UK 2021, 12A, 137 mins, war drama, biography

A 2021 biographical drama written and directed by the BAFA winning British director Terence Davies, starring Jack Lowden (England Is Mine, Mary Queen of Scots, Dunkirk) and the Academy Award Winner and Bafta nominee Peter Capaldi (Doctor Who, Paddington 2).


The film chronicles the story of Siegfried Sassoon (1886 – 1967), the famed British poet who was sent to a psychiatric facility for his anti-war stance during WWI, had affairs with several men while being closeted, and developed a crisis of faith when he converted to Catholicism.

★★★★  The Guardian 

Wednesday June 29th at 3pm & 7.30pm & Thursday June 30th at 3pm & 7.30pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s


Coffee Concert: Tomás Matos (piano)

Tomás Matos was born in Matosinhos, Portugal. He first started learning the piano with his father and at the age of twelve he had his first public concert with a large ensemble playing Gershwin´s Rhapsody in Blue. He  finished his degree in Piano For Chamber Music and Accompaniment in the class of Artur Pizarro in ANSO (National Higher Academy of Orchestra) in 2018. Currently, besides doing his masters at Trinity Laban Conservatoire in London, Tomás is also giving a series of masterclasses there.

Sunday July 3rd at 11am

Tickets £12 include coffee & croissant

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Amelia White / Robbie Cavanagh

Amelia White: The East Nashville legend returns to the UK with stunning songs from her new Kim Richey-produced record Love I Swore. A critically acclaimed favourite of Bob Harris, BBC, NPR, Rolling Stone and others, White’s previous honours include a year-end Top 10 record pick by the Daily Telegraph. 

‘There's some great songwriting on this. Check it out, you will NOT be disappointed’ Ralph McLean, BBC Radio Ulster  

‘This is the real deal, full of juicy tunes – the woman just oozes cool. With an album as good as this, it's truly an appointment not to be missed, a chance to see East Nashville's finest at the top of her game. Take it’ Americana UK

Robbie Cavanagh: Though his latest record To Leave/To Be Left has received high praise, it's Robbie's live performance that has really turned heads and attracted much deserved attention. Stepping out on stage with a guitar over his shoulder and a well-earned confidence in his chest, Robbie can hardly open his mouth without also opening his heart.

‘Sincere and wonderful’ Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2

‘Timeless, stunning, and it should be in your record collection’ House in the Sand

Friday July 8th at 7.30pm

Tickets £15 


Henry Normal - The Escape Plan

An evening of pure escape with stories, jokes and poems from writer, poet and TV and film producer Henry Normal. Featuring all your favourite poems from his BBC Radio 4 series and his seven poetry collections.


Henry Normal is a writer, poet and TV and Film producer and founder of the Manchester Poetry Festival (now the Literature festival) and co-founder of the Nottingham Poetry Festival

He co-created and co-wrote the first series of The Royle Family. He also co-wrote the Mrs Merton Show , Paul and Pauline Calf Video Diaries, Coogan's Run, Tony Ferrino, Doctor Terrible and the film The Parole Officer. Setting up Baby Cow Productions Ltd in 1999 Henry Executive Produced all, and script edited many of the shows of its seventeen and a half year output during his tenure as MD.

'Not heard anything that jumps from hilarious to moving in such an intelligent, subtle way as Henry Normal's show' Radio Times


'The Alan Bennett of poetry' The Scotsman


'Dovetails bittersweet poetry with a sublimely observant wit...The poetry itself is stuff of proper substance, marrying the suburban beauty of Beatles ballads with the blunt candour of the kitchen sink' The Guardian 

Friday July 15th at 7.45pm

Tickets £18

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A Night of Flamenco 

Fiery dancing, cante, live flamenco guitar & percussion featuring:

Maria Vega & Jesus Olmedo (dance)
Adrian Sola (guitar)
Leo Power (singing)
Demi Garcia (percussion)

Saturday July 23rd at 7.30pm

Tickets £24/ £22 Concessions


Coffee Concert: Alexander Metcalfe (piano)

The welcome return of Alexander Metcalfe with a programme of Classical Connections; from Mozart to Schumann to Brahms.

Sunday July 24th at 11am

Tickets £12 include coffee and croissant

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Steve Furst 'In Character' 

Actor, comedian, musician Steve Furst (Matilda - West End, Little Britain, Holby City, The Wright Stuff, Lenny Beige) presents 10 darkly comic creations in this 2 act/2 hour show which is unlike anything you will have seen.


There is a huge diversity of character from a Royal butler to a waltzer owner, to an inner-city Mayor to a former stuntman, to a modern day druid. Steve doesn't leave the stage at all during the show allowing the audience a glimpse into the process of 'getting into character'.


 ‘Furst’s attention to writing and acting is truly astounding’ The Stage

Thursday July 28th at 7.30pm

Tickets £20/ £18 Concessions


Tiny Magnetic Pets + Tin Gun

Tiny Magnetic Pets are an Irish 3-piece New Wave Synth band who have collaborated with Wolfgang Flur, supported Michael Rother & The Killers’ Dave Keuning. They have toured extensively with Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark –  UK & German tours, and have recently toured with Midge Ure on his European tour as well as 2 successful headline tours of their own in the UK.

The band have just recently released their album Blue Wave. Vince Clarke has remixed their forthcoming new single Automation as well as Nick Reach-Up and this is available now to order.

 ‘It’s The Velvet Underground meets Laurie Anderson but it all leads back to Kraftwerk’ Boy George 

‘I love the whole album but there were tracks that blew me away – so beautifully crafted, so emotional,  such clever writing with perfect emotion so we offered them the whole UK tour…’ Andy McCluskey (Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark)

‘Paula Gilmer’s voice reminds me of a young Debbie Harry. Wonderful music’ Wolfgang Flur (ex-Kraftwerk)

Thursday October 13th at 7.30pm

Tickets £15