Kino-Teatr is closed from Saturday 19th December until further notice due to Tier 3 restrictions

Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan: CANCELLED DUE TO TIER 3 RESTRICTIONS 

UK 2020, 15, 124Mins - Documentary


Directed by Julian Temple, this is a celebration of Irish/English punk poet Shane MacGowan (born Christmas Day 1957), composer and lead singer with The Pogues, combining unpublished archive and family footage with animation.


'The documentary details Shane’s explosive existence from his early days growing up in Ireland, to time spent on the mean streets of London and embracing the punk scene, to forming The Pogues. We discover MacGowan’s passions, humour and deep knowledge of music, history, spirituality and popular culture' - Empire

Saturday December 19th at 3pm 

£10/ £9 concessions/ £8 Under 16s

Sarah Jane Morris and the Trio of Enormous Love: POSTPONED DUE TO TIER 3 RESTRICTIONS

Sarah Jane Morris with Tony Remy, Mike Willis and Otis Coulter.


Sarah Jane Morris, Mike Wíllis and Otis Coulter got together for three ‘at home’ shows which live streamed around the world during the lockdown. Tony Remy the world renowned guitarist is a long term collaborator of Sarah Jane’s and joins this St Leonard’s family to bring John Martyn, Bob Dylan, Tom Waits and many originals for a Christmas musical treat. 

Saturday December 19th at 7.30pm


Coffee Concert: Ellie Blackshaw, Paul Gregory, Yoko Ono: POSTPONED DUE TO TIER 3 RESTRICTIONS 

Yoko Ono - piano, Ellie Blackshaw - violin, Paul Gregory – cello.

Music by Mozart, Howard Blake and Piazzolla.

The Brighton based classical trio will be performing at the Kino-Teatr Coffee Concert for the first time.

Sunday December 20th at 11am

£12 includes coffee and mince pie


US 1982, 15, 110Mins 


Diner is a witty and biting 1982 American comedy drama set in Baltimore over the Christmas period in 1959. Written and directed by Barry Levinson (who later directed Good Morning, Vietnam and Rain Man for which he won the Academy Award for Best Director), Diner was his ground breaking debut, the first of his Baltimore films set in his hometown during the 1940s-1960s. It stars Mickey Rourke, Steve Guttenberg, Daniel Stern, Paul Reiser, Kevin Bacon, Timothy Daly and Ellen Barkin.


This now cult film explores the changing relationships among a group of friends through what is mostly a series of vignettes rather than a traditional narrative, with Levinson encouraging improvisation among his cast to capture realistic camaraderie.

Sunday December 20th at 3pm 

£10/ £9 concessions/ £8 Under 16s


US 1947, U, 130Mins


A 1946 American Christmas fantasy drama directed by Frank Capra and starring James Stewart, based on the short story and booklet The Greatest Gift, which Philip Van Doren Stern wrote in 1939 and published privately in 1943. The film has become traditional viewing during the Christmas season and is now considered one of the greatest films of all time. It was nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, and has been recognized by the American Film Institute as one of the 100 best American films ever made.

Wednesday December 23rd at 3pm & 7.30pm 

£10/ £9 concessions/ £8 Under 16s

Coffee Concert (& Tea Concert): Yekaterina Lebedeva (piano) & Lesley Shrigley-Jones (cello) RESCHEDULED FROM NOV 22

From Impressionism to Realism: Debussy, Ravel, Balakirev, Rachmaninov, Schnittke.

Two performances - please ensure you purchase tickets for the correct show

Sunday February 7th at 11am & 3pm

£12 includes coffee and croissant (3pm tea and cake)

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