List Film

Kiln Theatre

Add to favourites
269 Kilburn High Road, Kilburn, London, NW6 7JR
Photo of Kiln Theatre

Aladdin (Pg)

128 mins | Dir: Guy Ritchie | Cast includes: Will Smith, Mena Massoud, Naomi Scott | Cert: PG

A street rat frees a genie from a lamp, granting all of his wishes and transforming himself into a charming prince in order to marry a beautiful princess. But soon, an evil sorcerer becomes hell-bent on securing the lamp for his own sinister purposes.

Mena Massoud and Naomi Scott star alongside Will Smith as the Genie in this live-action remake of Disney’s classic.

★★★★ The Mail On Sunday ★★★★ Evening Standard ★★★★ The Independent

Fri 28 Jun

£6–£50 (£5)

Sat 29 Jun

£6–£50 (£5)

Sun 30 Jun

£6–£50 (£5)

Tue 2 Jul

£6–£50 (£5)

Diego Maradona (12A)

130 mins | Dir: Asif Kapadia | Includes: Diego Maradona | Cert: 12A

On 5th July 1984, Diego Maradona arrived in Naples for a world-record fee and for seven years all hell broke loose. This is the wild and unforgettable story of God-given talent, glory, despair and betrayal, of corruption and ultimately redemption.

The third film from the Academy Award and BAFTA-winning team behind Senna and Amy, this definitive feature documentary is constructed from over 500 hours of never-before-seen footage from Maradona's personal archive.

★★★★ The Times ★★★★ The Guardian ★★★★ Evening Standard ★★★★ Time Out

Wed 26 Jun

£6–£75 (£5)

Dirty God (15)

104 mins | Dir: Sacha Polak | Cast includes: Vicky Knight, Eliza Brady-Girard, Rebecca Stone | Cert: 15

A young mother from London must pick up the pieces after an acid attack leaves her with severe facial burns. With her family life and friendships beginning to crumble, her lowest ebb proves the inspiration that she needs to take drastic action, finding her path back to her daughter and herself.

Vicky Knight gives a spellbinding performance in this moving new drama from director Sacha Polak.

Wed 26 Jun

£6–£60 (£5–£7.50; Children £7.50)

In Fabric (15)

118 mins | Dir: Peter Strickland | Cast includes: Gwendoline Christie, Sidse Babett Knudsen, Marianne Jean-Baptiste | Cert: TBC

In Fabric is a haunting ghost story set against the backdrop of a busy winter sales period in a department store and follows the life of a cursed dress as it passes from person to person, with devastating consequences.

A stylishly enjoyable horror-comedy with a superb cast from director Peter Strickland (The Duke of Burgundy, Berberian Sound Studio).

Fri 28 Jun

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Sat 29 Jun

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Sun 30 Jun

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Mon 1 Jul

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Tue 2 Jul

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Wed 3 Jul

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Thu 4 Jul

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50; Children £7.50)

Late Night (15)

102 mins | Dir: Nisha Ganatra | Cast includes: Emma Thompson, Ike Barinholtz, Amy Ryan | Cert: 15

When a legendary late-night talk show host’s ratings begin to decline, she finds herself in the firing line of the network’s executives. But her world is turned upside down when she hires her first female staff writer.

Separated by culture and generation, the two women are united by their love of a biting punchline, in a hilarious comedy starring Mindy Kaling and Emma Thompson.

Wed 26 Jun

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Thu 27 Jun

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

National Theatre Live: Small Island

National Theatre Live: Small Island
  • 2019

Live screening of the National Theatre's adaption of Andrea Levy's award-winning novel.

Thu 27 Jun

£15–£165 (£13)

Support The Girls

Support The Girls
  • 2018
  • US
  • 1h 30min
  • Directed by: Andrew Bujalski
  • Cast: Regina Hall, Haley Lu Richardson, Dylan Gelula

Lisa (Hall) is general manager of a sports bar called Double Whammies, just trying to get through a stressful day. A stupendous performance from Hall and an intelligent, sensitive screenplay from Bujalski make for a film of small moments that belongs entirely to the eclectic cast of women. Insightful, subversive and understanding.

Fri 28 Jun

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Sat 29 Jun

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Sun 30 Jun

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Mon 1 Jul

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Tue 2 Jul

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Wed 3 Jul

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Thu 4 Jul

£6–£75 (£5–£8.50)

Wife

New theatrical production by Samuel Adamson interweaving four queer stories across four generations of the same family.

Wed 26 Jun

£10–£32.50 (£19–£30.50)

Thu 27 Jun

£10–£32.50 (£19–£30.50)

Fri 28 Jun

£10–£32.50 (£19–£30.50)

Sat 29 Jun

£10–£32.50 (£19–£30.50)

Mon 1 Jul

£10–£32.50 (£19–£30.50)

Tue 2 Jul

£10–£32.50 (£19–£30.50)

Wed 3 Jul

£10–£32.50 (£19–£30.50)

Thu 4 Jul

£10–£32.50 (£19–£30.50)

Fri 5 Jul

£10–£32.50 (£19–£30.50)

Sat 6 Jul

£10–£32.50 (£19–£30.50)

The Tricycle's theatre is known for its political angles and cultural diversity: a fact reflected in its divergent cinematic programme.

Tell us more about this venue.