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The Children Act (12)

Emma Thompson stars as a judge who must debate the ethics of whether or not she should rule to force a teenage Jehovah’s Witness into undergoing a life-saving blood transfusion.

20th February 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Bring Along Baby: Three Identical Strangers (12A)

Calling parents and carers with babies under 1 year! Join us for a special matinee screening of this sensational and must-see documentary.

21st February 2019, 7:45pm
Tickets: Early Bird £6.50 • Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

American Animals (15)

Four painfully average university students decide to turn to a life a crime to become more interesting people.They plan a heist to steal books worth $12 million from the library, what follows is a ludacris crime thriller based on the unbelievably true events of the 2004 Transy Book Heist.

22nd February 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Odyssey Film Club: Wajib (15)

Shadi returns home to Palestine to join his father in partaking in the centuries-old tradition of hand delivering the wedding invitations to his sister’s wedding, a tradition known as Wajib. What follows is a often funny and touching familial road movie, intertwined with the striking political tensions of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

27th February 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Visionary Women: On Her Shoulders (15)

A moving and chilling documentary that follows 2018 Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad as she campaigns to free the Northern Iraq Yazidi people, after herself surviving the genocide and sexual slavery committed by ISIS.

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1st March 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Visionary Women: Waru (15)

A groundbreaking drama, directed by eight female Māori filmmakers. Waru (meaning eight in Māori) tells the story of a small New Zealand town coming to terms with the death of a child, as seen through eight separately directed vignettes.

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6th March 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Batchelor Party: the Animated World of Joy Batchelor

Celebrate International Women's Day with a retrospective on one of the greatest animators in British film history. Watch a curated selection of Batchelor's work, before her most notable film Animal Farm.

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8th March 2019, 6.30pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Family Film Club: Mulan (U)

A beloved Disney classic for the whole family! Join us at our Family Film Club relaunch for the story of a young girl who fears her ailing father will be drafted into the Chinese military, and so impersonates a man and takes his spot.

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9th March 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Adult £ • Child £5 • Child + Snack Pack £6.50

They Shall Not Grow Old (15)

Peter Jackson’s We Shall Not Grow Old is an extraordinary and remarkable documentary, collated of archive footage restored and colourised using state of the art technology.

9th March 2019, 7:45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Bohemian Rhapsody (12A)

Foot stomping, pulse racing and chills guaranteed, we’re excited to be bringing two screenings of Bohemian Rhapsody to South Norwood! Starring Rami Malek, winner of five awards so far for his performance as Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, watch the meteoric rise of one of the greatest rock bands in the world.


13th & 15th March 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Stan & Ollie (PG)

Starring Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly, Stan & Ollie tells the remarkable and heartwarming story of comedy duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy as they embark on a farewell tour across the UK.

20th March 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Visionary Women: The Hate U Give (12A)

After witnessing the fatal shooting of her best friend by a police officer, Starr faces pressure to speak up. Based on the novel by Angie Thomas, this is a bold drama that shows the importance of standing up no matter the size of your impact.

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22nd March 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Shoplifters (15)

Join us on an odyssey to Japan with 2018’s Palme d’Or winning tale of a loving family who must face their darkest secrets being revealed.

27th March 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Visionary Women: Widows (15)

Viola Davis leads a group of widowed women who turn to a life of crime after their husbands are killed during a robbery. A groundbreaking thriller full of powerful performances, and rare portrayals of women leading in the heist genre.

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29th March 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

A Star is Born (15)

Nominated for 7 Academy Awards, Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut in this remake of the this tragic love story has been praised for its stand out performances and moving story.

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3rd & 5th April 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Discovery: Magic Medicine (15)

Can magic mushrooms cure depression? Magic Medicine documents the first medical study of psychedelic drugs in over 60 years, with results that could have the power to transform millions of lives. 

This is a Screen25 recommended Discovery Ticket film. The first 20 tickets purchased by 09/03/19 are just £5 each. 

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10th April 2019, Workshop 7.45pm, Film 8.30pm
Tickets: Discovery £5 • Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Green Book (12A)

The true story of Dr. Don Shirley, the famed African American classical pianist, and his working-class Italian-American chauffeur Tony Lip.

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12th & 17th April 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Cinema Rewind: The Long Good Friday (18)

When a cockney crime syndicate attempts to legitimise with plans to transform a derelict part of London into an American-mafia funded venue for the Olympic Games, a ruthless crime spree inevitably ensues.

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19th April 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

RBG (PG)

A documentary about iconic cultural phenomenon and all round gender equality queen, Ruth Bader-Ginsburg.

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26th April 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

Vice (15)

Nominated for a staggering 8 Academy Awards, Vice is the much anticipated upcoming biographical drama about former US Vice President Dick Cheney.

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10th May 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5

If Beale Street Could Talk (15)

Tish and Fonny, a young couple in love, are separated due to the false accusations and unjust imprisonment of Fonny, in this 60s Harlem set romantic drama.

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5th & 7th June 2019, 7.45pm
Tickets: Standard £8.50 • Concession £7 • 25 & under £5