- 1h 53min
- Directed by: Paul Schrader
- Cast: Ethan Hawke, Amanda Seyfried, Cedric Kyles, Philip Ettinger
Rev Toller (Hawke) is an ailing priest at a First Reformed Church in upstate New York, who becomes concerned about despairing parishioner Michael (Ettinger) and his wife Mary (Seyfriend). Schrader has a triumphant return to form in this searching and meticulous drama, with a career-best performance from Hawke.
Thu 19 Jul
Glyndebourne's 2015 journey into a nightmare world of madness and despair.
Thu 26 Jul
- 1h 26min
- Directed by: Eric Darnell, Tom McGrath
- Written by: Mark Burton, Billy Frolick, Eric Darnell, Tom McGrath
- Cast: Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer, Jada Pinkett Smith, Sacha Baron Cohen, Cedric the Entertainer, Andy Richter, Tom McGrath, Chris Miller, John DiMaggio, Christopher Knights
Madagascar opens with steak-loving lion Alex enjoying his pampered existence in New York's Central Zoo. His friends, Marty the zebra (Rock), Gloria the hippo (Smith) and Melman the hypochondriac giraffe (Schwimmer) discover that the crafty penguins are planning a breakout, and set off for Africa to re-connect with their inner animals. But interaction with a tribe of lemurs uncovers the bitter truth about Alex's carnivorous nature. Thoroughly enjoyable, blackly comic DreamWorks animation musical.
Sat 21 Jul
- 1h 54min
- Directed by: Ol Parker
- Cast: Christine Baranski, Jessica Keenan Wynn, Julie Walters, Alexa Davies, Pierce Brosnan, Jeremy Irvine, Colin Firth, Hugh Skinner, Stellan Skarsgård, Josh Dylan, Cher, Dominic Cooper, Andy García
Sequel to the feel-good ABBA musical Mamma Mia! Despite its absurdities and shoe-horning of ABBA songs, at its heart is a touching mother-daughter love story and an irresistible esprit de corps.
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- Directed by: Kevin Macdonald
- Cast: Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown,
Clear-sighted, compassionate portrait of Whitney Houston, which derives its strength from the range of testimony it’s collected, from family members, surly former husband Brown, film co-stars and assorted siblings and loved ones. It reminds us of her thrilling, spine-tingling voice while bringing revelations that many of her troubles lay in childhood trauma.
Thu 19 Jul
Situated in the centre of Notting Hill, this single-screen cinema is housed in a building dating from 1861. In 2004 the cinema underwent a modern renovation, restoring the ornate Edwardian plasterwork in the auditorium to its full grandeur, as well as installing air conditioning and a fully-stocked bar.
Due to the age of the building, there is no disabled toilet. Customers are advised to use McDonalds facilities opposite.
There is no parking immediately outside the venue, with the nearest disabled parking at end of Hill Gate street, the first left turn after cinema.
The nearest Underground Station is Notting Hill Gate tube, one minute walk away.
Bus routes close to venue are 27, 52, 28, 328, 452, 148, 70, 390, 94, 31, N28, N31 and N207.
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