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Showing at Broadway from Friday 23 February

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Showing at Broadway from Friday 23 February

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New from Friday, we have two Best Actress Oscar nominees gracing our screens - Saoirse Ronan comes of age in Greta Gerwig’s “gloriously funny and wistfully autobiographical” (Guardian) comedy-drama Lady Bird; and Margot Robbie gives a compelling performance as disgraced US figure skater Tonya Harding in the blackly comic I, Tonya.


Also opening this week is the deeply atmospheric, Yorkshire-set drama Dark River from Clio Barnard, about the old wounds that come to light when a woman returns home to settle the tenancy of her family’s farm.


Continuing into next week is Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy masterpiece The Shape of Water, starring the marvellous Sally Hawkins; and Paul Thomas Anderson’s beguiling Phantom Thread, featuring a magnificent final performance from Daniel Day-Lewis.


As half-term continues, we’ll be showing Coco and Early Man right through to Sunday 25 February – and all tickets are just £3.80.


It’s your last chance to see Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Loveless this week as it closes here on Thursday 22 February, so catch it while you can.


Finally, we’re celebrating the release of Lady Bird on Friday with a special opening night DJ set in our Cafébar from our friends at Fan Club – expect to hear Alanis Morisette, Lauryn Hill, Hole and more. Plus, we’ll once again be taking part in Nottingham’s annual Light Night festivities with interactive projections and art installations lighting up our terrace throughout the evening.


That’s all for now! See you in the dark.




Lady Bird (15)

From Friday 23 February

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Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson navigates the pressures and constraints of Catholic school, life in Sacramento and her critical mother, in Greta Gerwig’s solo directorial debut. Incredibly personal and immensely relatable, Lady Bird is sure to be one of the defining coming-of-age films of its generation. TIFF


I, Tonya (15)

From Friday 23 February

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In 1994, the figure-skating world was rocked by a brutal attack on US medal hopeful Nancy Kerrigan. The more shocking news was that the attack was allegedly conceived and executed by those close to - and perhaps including - rival figure skater Tonya Harding. Margot Robbie stars as the controversial Harding in this alternately tragic, hilarious and absurd look at one of the biggest scandals in US sports history. TIFF 


Dark River (15)

From Friday 23 February

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Following the death of her father, Alice returns to the family farm in Yorkshire after a 15-year absence. There, she finds the place is a desolate state, and her troubled brother, Joe, unable or unwilling to make the necessary decisions. When Alice shares her intention to take over the farm, tensions grow between the siblings, forcing them to confront a past they'd both tried to forget.




The Shape of Water (15)

Now showing

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Phantom Thread (15)

Now showing

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Coco (PG)

Now showing

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All tickets just £3.80


Early Man (PG)

Now showing

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All tickets just £3.80


Last chance to see


Loveless (15)

Until Thursday 22 February

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Lady Bird opening night DJ set + Nottingham's Light Night

Friday 23 February, from 7.30pm

To mark the opening night of Lady Bird, we'll have Fan Club DJs playing late-90s/early-00s music in the Cafébar all evening. Expect Alanis Morissette, Lauryn Hill, Hole and more. And we'll also have interactive projections and playful experiences lighting up our terrace as part of Nottingham's Light Night festivities.


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