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269 Kilburn High Road, Kilburn, London, NW6 7JR
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Animals (15)

109 mins| Dir: Sophie Hyde | Cast includes: Holliday Grainger, Alia Shawkat, Fra Fee | Cert 15 Thirty-something best friends and revellers residing in Dublin, Laura and Tyler are ingrained in the fabric of each other’s lives; dating, partying, drinking and living their life without limitations. Bereft at the thought of losing of her partner in crime, Tyler spies a chance to rock the boat of the “perfect” life Laura can see on the horizon, but in doing so inadvertently helps Laura find a new unexpected path to independence.

Sat 17 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Sun 18 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Mon 19 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Tue 20 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Wed 21 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Thu 22 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Blinded By The Light (12A)

117 mins | Dir: Gurinder Chadha | Cast includes: Viveik Kalra, Hayley Atwell, Nell Williams | Cert 12A In 1987 during the austere days of Thatcher's Britain, a teenager learns to live life, understand his family and find his own voice through the music of Bruce Springsteen.

Fri 23 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Sat 24 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Sun 25 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Mon 26 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Tue 27 Aug

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Wed 28 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Thu 29 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Blues In The Night

A man is a two-face, a worrisome thing who’ll leave you to sing, the blues in the night. The Olivier and Tony Award nominated musical sees its first major London revival in 30 years. Directed by Susie McKenna and starring Olivier Award winners Sharon D. Clarke (Caroline or Change, Ghost, Amen Corner) and Clive Rowe (Guys and Dolls, Carousel), Blues in the Night is a scorching compilation of 26 hot and torchy blues numbers that frame the lives and loves of four residents of a downtown hotel. Featuring soul-filled songs by blues and jazz icons Bessie Smith, Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen and many more, this will be a sizzling night to remember.

Sat 17 Aug

£12–£42

Mon 19 Aug

£12–£42

Tue 20 Aug

£12–£42

Wed 21 Aug

£12–£42

Thu 22 Aug

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Fri 23 Aug

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Sat 24 Aug

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Mon 26 Aug

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Tue 27 Aug

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Wed 28 Aug

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Thu 29 Aug

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Fri 30 Aug

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Sat 31 Aug

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Mon 2 Sep

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Tue 3 Sep

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Wed 4 Sep

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Fri 6 Sep

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Sat 7 Sep

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The Current War

The Current War
  • 2017
  • us
  • 1h 45min
  • Directed by: Alfonso Gomez-Rejon
  • Cast: Tom Holland, Benedict Cumberbatch, Nicholas Hoult

The tale of the 19th century battle to become the company that runs America’s electrical system, featuring mercurial showman Thomas Edison (Cumberbatch) and stolid engineer George Westinghouse (Shannon). Despite elegant cinematography and impressive set-pieces, it feels like an epic saga squashed into a tight canvas; a solid period drama that never quite comes to life.

Fri 23 Aug

£7–£9 (£6–£8; Children £6–£8)

Sun 25 Aug

£7–£9 (£6–£8; Children £6–£8)

Wed 28 Aug

£7–£9 (£6–£8; Children £6–£8)

JT LeRoy

  • 2019
  • US
  • 15
  • Directed by: Justin Kelly
  • Cast: Kristen Stewart, Laura Dern,

The story of Jeremiah ‘Terminator’ LeRoy, supposed author of several novels in the late 90s and early 00s, actually written by Laura Albert (Dern) who enlisted her sister-in-law Savannah Knoop (Stewart) to play LeRoy in public. Stewart is well-cast as Knoop and Dern makes Albert sympathetic, but it’s a staid adaptation of Knoop’s own memoir and steers clear of the murkier themes of exploitation and consent.

Sat 17 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Sun 18 Aug

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Mon 19 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Tue 20 Aug

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Wed 21 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

The Lion King (Pg)

118 mins | Dir: Jon Favreau | Cast includes: Donald Glover, Seth Rogen, Beyonce Knowles-Carter | Cert PG After the murder of his father, a young lion prince flees his kingdom only to learn the true meaning of responsibility and bravery.

Sat 17 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Sun 18 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Mon 19 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Wed 21 Aug

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Thu 22 Aug

£5–£9 (£4–£8; Children £4–£8)

Metropolitan Opera: Il Barbiere Di Siviglia

185 mins | Composer: Rossini | Dir: Bartlett Sher | Cond: Maurizio Benini | Features: Joyce DiDonato, Juan Diego Flórez, and Peter Mattei

Rossini’s madcap comedy receives a spirited and dynamic production by Tony Award–winning director Bartlett Sher and stars mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, tenor Juan Diego Flórez, and baritone Peter Mattei. Maurizio Benini conducts.

Recorded during 06/07 season

Sun 18 Aug

£15–£165

Playmobil: The Movie (U)

99 mins | Dir: Lino DiSalvo | Cast includes: Anya Taylor-Joy, Meghan Trainor, Daniel Radcliffe | Cert U Marla is forced to abandon her carefully structured life to embark on an epic journey to find her younger brother Charlie who has disappeared into the vast and wondrous animated world of Playmobil toys

Fri 23 Aug

£5–£7 (£4–£6; Children £4–£6)

Sat 24 Aug

£5–£7 (£4–£6; Children £4–£6)

Sun 25 Aug

£5–£7 (£4–£6; Children £4–£6)

Mon 26 Aug

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Tue 27 Aug

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Wed 28 Aug

£5–£7 (£4–£6; Children £4–£6)

Thu 29 Aug

£5–£7 (£4–£6; Children £4–£6)

Varda By Agnes (15)

115 mins | Dir: Agnes Varda | Documentary features: Agnes Varda, Sandrine Bonnaire | Cert 15 Agnès Varda, photographer, installation artist and pioneer of the Nouvelle Vague, is an institution of French cinema. Taking a seat on a theatre stage, she uses photos and film excerpts to provide an insight into her unorthodox oeuvre.

Sat 17 Aug

£7 (£6; Children £6)

Thu 22 Aug

£7 (£6; Children £6)

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

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