No Time To Die

Screening Dates:
Thu 30 September 5:00pm
Thu 30 September 7:00pm
Thu 30 September 8:30pm
Fri 1 October 5:00pm
Fri 1 October 8:00pm
Fri 1 October 8:30pm
Sat 2 October 1:00pm
Sat 2 October 1:30pm
Sat 2 October 4:30pm
Sat 2 October 5:00pm
Sat 2 October 8:00pm
Sat 2 October 8:30pm
Sun 3 October 1:30pm
Sun 3 October 2:00pm
Sun 3 October 5:30pm
Mon 4 October 2:30pm
Mon 4 October 6:15pm
Tue 5 October 2:30pm
Tue 5 October 6:15pm
Tue 5 October 7:00pm
Wed 6 October 2:30pm
Wed 6 October 6:30pm
Thu 7 October 5:00pm
Thu 7 October 8:00pm
Thu 7 October 8:30pm
Fri 8 October 5:00pm
Fri 8 October 8:00pm
Fri 8 October 8:30pm
Sat 9 October 1:15pm
Sat 9 October 2:00pm
Sat 9 October 4:45pm
Sat 9 October 5:30pm
Sat 9 October 8:15pm
Sun 10 October 2:00pm
Sun 10 October 5:00pm
Sun 10 October 5:30pm
Mon 11 October 2:30pm
Mon 11 October 6:15pm
Tue 12 October 5:00pm
Tue 12 October 8:15pm
Wed 13 October 2:30pm
Wed 13 October 7:00pm
Thu 14 October 5:00pm
Thu 14 October 8:00pm
Thu 14 October 8:30pm

SOCIALLY DISTANCED SCREENINGS: Sat 2 Oct 1.30pm, Sun 3 Oct 2pm, Mon 4 Oct 2.30pm, Tue 5 Oct 6.15pm (HoH), Wed 6 Oct 2.30pm (Silver Screening), Sat 9 Oct 4.45pm, Sun 10 2pm, Mon 11 2.30pm, Tue 12 5pm, Wed 13 Oct 2.30pm (Silver Screening) and Thu 14 8.30pm

Parent & Baby Screening

Dir: Cary Joji Fukunaga
Starring: Daniel Craig, Léa Séydoux, Ana de Armas, Rami Malek

Visionary filmmaker Cary Joji Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, True DetectiveManiac) directs Daniel Craig‘s final outing as the iconic British spy in No Time To Die.

The story picks up with a now retired Bond, living a tranquil existence in Jamaica. His peace is short lived when he is visited by his old friend Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright), who is working for the CIA, and seeks Bond’s help.

A seemingly straight-forward assignment to rescue a kidnapped scientist leads Bond down a dangerous trail to a mysterious new villain (Oscar-winner Rami Malek), who is armed with a dangerous new technology. Léa SéydouxAna de ArmasChristoph Waltz and Ralph Fiennes co-star in the legendary series.

The screenings on Wed 6 Oct at 2.30pm and Wed 13 Oct at 2.30pm are Silver Screenings – our weekly matinees aimed at ages 60 and over with tickets at £8 (inc. booking fee) and £7 (members, inc. booking fee). Under-60s are welcome at these screenings, standard ticket prices apply. Our Silver Screen performances are proudly sponsored by Wilson Browne Solicitors.