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- 1h 32min
- Directed by: Chris Noonan
- Cast: James Cromwell, Roscoe Lee Browne, Christine Cavanaugh, Miriam Margolyes, Hugo Weaving, Miriam Flynn, Danny Mann, Magda Szubanski, Russi Taylor
An orphaned pig falls under the eye of a kindly collie and begins to think he's destined for glory at the regional sheepdog trials. Obviously for kids, but there's enough skewed humour (hail the psycho mice!) for adults too.
Sat 2 May
- 1h 41min
- Directed by: Stephen Gaghan
- Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Antonio Banderas, Michael Sheen, Emma Thompson, Rami Malek, John Cena, Kumail Nanjiani, Octavia Spencer, Tom Holland, Craig Robinson, Ralph Fiennes, Selena Gomez, Marion Cotillard
Dr Dolittle (Downey) is grieving the death of his wife Lily when a young boy (Collett) and Lady Rose (Laniado) both come to ask him for help. The plot is a barely connected bunch of scenes, action sequences are hinted at but unrealised. The worst adaptation of Hugh Lofting’s stories to date: all this talent wasted in a big furry disappointment.
Sat 16 May
Subtitled / Kids
- 1h 39min
- Directed by: Frank Tashlin
- Cast: Tom Ewell, Jayne Mansfield, Edmond O'Brien
A gangster hires a down-and-out press agent to make his airheaded girlfriend a singing star.
Mon 27 Apr
- 1h 35min
- Directed by: Tim Hill
- Cast: Voices of Russell Brand, James Marsden, Hugh Laurie
Animated riff on the Easter Bunny myth in which the deliverer of eggs is hit by a car not long before the big day.
Sat 11 Apr
- 1h 58min
- Directed by: Jon Favreau
- Cast: Donald Glover, Seth Rogen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Alfre Woodard, Billy Eichner, John Kani, John Oliver, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, James Earl Jones
The photorealistic version of the beloved Disney story has memorable visuals, impressive set-pieces and adorable yet credible animals, but precisely because they’re so realistic, it’s weird when they speak and even stranger when they sing. All the star voices in the world don’t count when you can’t simulate heart and soul.
Sat 9 May
Matthew Bourne's acclaimed dance adaptation of the classic Hollywood film comes to cinema screens.
Tue 19 May
- Directed by: David McVicar
Donizetti's tragic opera based on the lives of Mary Queen of Scots and her cousin Queen Elizabeth I, filmed at the Met Opera, NYC, and brought to the big screen in stunning digital clarity.
Tue 12 May
James McAvoy stars as the romantic hero with the nose problem.
Tue 7 Apr
Broadcast live from the National Theatre, this comedic farce set in 1940s Britain follows pilot Jack Absolute's quest for win the heart of his old flame, Lydia.
Tue 11 Aug
New play from Lucy Kirkwood, about a murder case in the 18th century.
Thu 21 May
- 1h 48min
- Directed by: Elia Kazan
- Written by: Budd Schulberg
- Cast: Marlon Brando, Rod Steiger, Lee J Cobb, Eva Marie Saint, Karl Malden
Taking on gangster supremo Lee J Cobb only leads to tragedy for Brando's ex-boxer Terry Malloy in this early masterpiece of the Method school. Despite over-obvious religious symbolism, Budd Schulberg's politically contentious script and Kazan's involved direction, this offers one of Brando's best screen performances and the original 'I coulda been a contender' monologue later so effectively interpreted by Scorsese/De Niro in 'Raging Bull'.
Sun 17 May
- 1h 23min
- Directed by: Wolfgang Reitherman
- Cast: Phil Harris, Andy Devine, Peter Ustinov, Terry-Thomas, Brian Bedford, Monica Evans, Carole Shelley, Pat Buttram, Roger Miller
Robin Hood and Little John, walkin' through the forest … Disney's classic version of the legend.
Sat 25 Apr
A brand new production of Shakespeare's rarely performed tale.
Wed 29 Apr
A live screening of the Royal Shakespeare Company's A Comedy of Errors, a farcical comedy about two sets of twins. Mistaken identities abound in a typical Shakespearean manner, of course.
Wed 15 Jul
Broadcast of the Royal Shakespeare Company's adaptation of Pericles.
Wed 23 Sep
King Leontes appears to have everything: power, wealth, a loving family and friends. But sexual jealousy sets in motion a chain of events with tragic consequences…
Wed 10 Jun
- US / Japan
- Directed by: Jeff Fowler
- Cast: James Marsden, Ben Schwartz, Jim Carrey, Tika Sumpter
Sonic (Schwartz) finds himself alone on Earth, on the run from the authorities, with villain Dr Robotnik (Carrey) also in pursuit. A derivative script and a rather tired performance from Carrey aside, it’s got disarming charm and cheek and Sonic is a cutely cartoonish hero.
Sat 23 May
- 1h 41min
- Directed by: Nick Bruno, Troy Quane
- Cast: Will Smith, Tom Holland, Rashida Jones, Ben Mendelsohn, Reba McEntire, Rachel Brosnahan, Karen Gillan, DJ Khaled, Masi Oka, Carla Jimenez
Lance Sterling (Smith) is a super spy who has to team up with inventor Walter (Holland) to clear his name, but is turned into a pigeon. It’s all very derivative but good fun, with a cute message about embracing your weirdness, and Smith and Holland’s terrific double act should earn them their own live-action buddy comedy.
Sat 18 Apr
- 2h 5min
- Directed by: Elia Kazan
- Written by: Tennessee Williams, Oscar Saul
- Cast: Vivien Leigh, Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter, Karl Malden
Brando takes the acting honours and, with this film, sets the style for method acting for years to come. Tennessee Williams' steamy sex romp seems a little tame by today's standards, but the realism of the drama remains intact and the performances are to be savoured.
Sun 10 May
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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