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Kiln Theatre

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269 Kilburn High Road, Kilburn, England, NW6 7JR
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Dumbo (Pg)

112 mins | Dir: Tim Burton | Cast includes: Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito

Circus owner Max (Danny DeVito) enlists former star Holt (Colin Farrell) and his children to care for a newborn elephant whose oversized ears make him a laughingstock in an already struggling circus. But when they discover that Dumbo can fly, the circus makes an incredible comeback and Dumbo is recruited by a persuasive entrepreneur (Michael Keaton) for his new, larger-than-life entertainment venture, Dreamland. Beneath its shiny veneer, however, Dreamland is full of dark secrets.

From visionary director Tim Burton, this live-action adventure expands on the beloved classic story where differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight.

★★★★ ‘Quirky and subversive’ The Independent ★★★★ Empire ★★★★ Independent.ie ★★★★ Radio Times

Sat 20 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Sun 21 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Mon 22 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Tue 23 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Wed 24 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Thu 25 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Sat 27 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Sun 28 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Eighth Grade (15)

93 mins | Dir: Bo Burnham | Cast includes: Elsie Fisher, Josh Hamilton, Emily Robinson

Thirteen-year-old Kayla endures the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school–the end of her thus far disastrous eighth grade year before she begins high school.

★★★★★ Rolling Stone ★★★★ The Guardian ★★★★ Time Out

Fri 26 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Sat 27 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Sun 28 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Mon 29 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Tue 30 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Wed 1 May

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Thu 2 May

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

The Half God Of Rainfall

The Half God of Railfall

A Nigerian woman of immeasurable beauty attracts the attention of both Greek and Yoruba gods in this new play written by Inua Ellams.

Fri 26 Apr

£10.50–£30.50

Happy As Lazzaro (12A)

128 mins | Dir: Alice Rohrwacher | Cast includes: Alba Rohrwacher, David Bennent, Sergi López

In Italian, with English subtitles

Lazzaro is a naive and optimistic twenty-year-old farmer; Tancredi is instead a young man with a fervid imagination. From this unexpected friendship comes an important moment of growth.

Winner of Best Screenplay at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Alice Rohrwacher’s Happy as Lazzaro follows the adventures of a man living on the margins of his society.

★★★★★ Daily Telegraph ★★★★★ The Guardian ★★★★★ Independent ★★★★★ Time Out ★★★★ Rolling Stone ★★★★ Observer ★★★★ Radio Times ★★★★ Empire

Tue 23 Apr

£6–£75 (£5)

Wed 24 Apr

£6–£75 (£5)

Mid90S (15)

85 mins | Dir: Jonah Hill | Cast includes: Sunny Suljic, Katherine Waterston, Lucas Hedges

Oscar nominee Jonah Hill’s directorial debut is a clear-eyed yet nostalgic coming-of-age tale which follows Stevie, a thirteen-year-old in 90s-era LA who spends his summer navigating between his troubled home life and a group of new friends that he meets at a Motor Avenue skate shop.

★★★★ Empire ★★★★ The Skinny

Fri 26 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Sat 27 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Mon 29 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Tue 30 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Wed 1 May

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Thu 2 May

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Sorry Angel (15)

132 mins | Dir: Christophe Honoré | Cast includes: Vincent Lacoste, Pierre Deladonchamps, Denis Podalydès

In French, with English subtitles

Paris, 1993. Jacques (Pierre Deladonchamps) is a semi-renowned writer and single father in his thirties who meets Arthur (Vincent Lacoste), an aspiring filmmaker in his early twenties who is experiencing a sexual awakening and eager to get out of his parochial life.

From writer-director Christophe Honoré (Love Songs, Dans Paris) comes a mature and deeply emotional reflection on love and loss, and youth and aging which balances hope for the future with agony over the past in an unforgettable drama about finding the courage to love in the moment.

★★★★ ‘a lovely, bittersweet gay romance’ Daily Telegraph

Sat 20 Apr

£9.50–£75

Sun 21 Apr

£9.50–£75

Wild Rose (15)

100 mins | Dir: Tom Harper | Cast includes: Julie Walters, Jessie Buckley, Craig Parkinson

Starring Jessie Buckley and Julie Walters, Wild Rose tells the complicated story of Rose-Lynn, a woman on a quest to become a country music star, while also grappling with the responsibilities of being recently released from prison and a young mother of two children.

★★★★ Empire ★★★★ The Skinny ★★★★ Daily Mirror

Sat 20 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Sun 21 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Mon 22 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Tue 23 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Wed 24 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Thu 25 Apr

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

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