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New Road, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 8AD
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Beggars Of Life & Speedy (Joint Ticket, Hebden Bridge)

Save money with a joint ticket to BOTH Yorkshire Silent Film Festival screenings at Hebden Bridge Picture House:BEGGARS OF LIFE, 12 May, 5pmSPEEDY, 24 May, 8.15pm

Fri 11 May

£10.50–£17.50

Beggars Of Life (Hebden Bridge)

After escaping her violent stepfather, Nancy (Louise Brooks) disguises herself as a boy and goes on the run. She meets a kindly drifter and together they ride the rails through stunning American landscapes. Alternately action-packed and lyrical, and with a nail-biting final scene set atop a speeding train, Beggars of Life is an American classic.This screening will be accompanied with a live harp score by Elizabeth-Jane Baldry whose performances of Helen of Four Gates and The Lodger were highlights of the festivals Hebden Bridge programmes in 2016 and 2017.

Sat 12 May

£6–£17.50

Bridget Christie - What Now?

Doors 7pm for 8pm show time. 90 minute show + interval

Wed 27 Jun

£19.80 some concessions

Everybody's Talking About Jamie (adv. 12a)

Inspired by a true story, Everybody's Talking About Jamie is the new award-winning five-star hit musical for today. Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn't quite fit in. Jamie is terrified about the future. He is going to be a sensation. Supported by his brilliant loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps out of the darkness, into the spotlight.

Winner of 3 WhatsOnStage Awards including Best New Musical and nominated for 5 Olivier Awards, Everybody's Talking About Jamie will be broadcast live from the Apollo Theatre in London?'s Shaftesbury Avenue to cinemas nationwide.

Doors open at 6.15pm, and the screening commences at 7.20pm. You are purchasing a seat in the stalls area (downstairs) at the venue, but seating is unallocated. We have space for up to 10 wheelchairs, and an accessible toilet. To reserve a wheelchair space and adjacent seat(s) please email info@hebdenbridgepicturehouse.co.uk.

There is a kiosk with a bar in the foyer which is open prior to the screening and during any interval.

There is no parking at the Picture House, but town has several car parks and on street parking near to the cinema. We are a cash only venue, and do not accept cards.

Thu 5 Jul

£16.50 some concessions

National Theatre Live: Macbeth (adv 12a) Stalls Seats

Macbeth By William Shakespeare Directed by Rufus Norris

The ruined aftermath of a bloody civil war. Ruthlessly fighting to survive, the Macbeths are propelled towards the crown by forces of elemental darkness.

Shakespeare's most intense and terrifying tragedy, directed by Rufus Norris (The Threepenny Opera, London Road), will see Rory Kinnear (Young Marx, Othello) and Anne-Marie Duff (Oil, Suffragette) return to the National Theatre to play Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Photograph (Anne-Marie Duff and Rory Kinnear) by Jack Davison

Doors open at 6pm, and the screening commences at 7pm. You are purchasing a seat in the stalls area (downstairs) at the venue, but seating is unallocated. We have space for up to 10 wheelchairs, and an accessible toilet. To reserve a wheelchair space and adjacent seat(s) please email info@hebdenbridgepicturehouse.co.uk.

There is a kiosk with a bar in the foyer which is open prior to the screening and during any interval.

There is no parking at the Picture House, but town has several car parks and on street parking near to the cinema. We are a cash only venue, and do not accept cards.

Thu 10 May

£16.50 some concessions

Ready Player One

Ready Player One
  • 2018
  • US
  • 2h 20min
  • Directed by: Steven Spielberg
  • Cast: Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, Ben Mendelsohn, T.J. Miller, Simon Pegg, Mark Rylance

Wade (Sheridan) lives in a city wasteland of rusting trailers called The Stacks, spending his days playing (along with nearly everyone else) in a VR world called the OASIS. But then OASIS’s creator dies; who will inherit his fortune? Eye-popping blockbuster, relentlessly entertaining but without much emotion or involvement.

Tue 24 Apr
Wed 25 Apr
Thu 26 Apr

Royal Ballet: Don Quixote (Adv. 12A) Stalls Seats

Don Quixote is one of Marius Petipas much-loved 19th-century classics - its story is drawn from Miguel de Cervantess classic novel and set to Ludwig Minkuss score. The ballet has long been acclaimed for its virtuoso dancing, beautiful and technically demanding vision scene and the famously bravura and breath-taking Act IIIpas de deux.Carlos Acostas production was created for The Royal Ballet in 2013, and brings the sunshine of Spain and the exuberance of the entire Company to the stage. Acosta created new choreography for the gypsy scene in Act II, and uniquely for this production ofDon Quixote added on-stage musicians. Warmth, charm and entertainment abound in this energetic and witty ballet, reflected too in the characterful backdrops of Tim Hatleys vibrant designs.

Tue 19 Feb

£11–£15

Royal Ballet: La Bayadère

See the Royal Ballet perform the iconic 19th-century Russian ballet live on the big screen.

Tue 13 Nov

£11–£15

Royal Ballet: Mayerling

Live from Convent Garden the Royal Opera House and Royal Ballet tells the story about the deaths of Crown Prince Rudolf and his teenage mistress Mary Vetsera in 1889.

Mon 15 Oct

£11–£15

Royal Ballet: Romeo And Juliet (Adv. 12A) Stalls Seats

Shakespeares enduring love story is known the world over. Since its 1965 premiere with The Royal Ballet, Kenneth MacMillans Romeo and Juliet has become a modern ballet classic. The choreography captures the emotions of the young couple as they fall in love, despite the barriers that finally bring about the storys tragic end.Each revival gives opportunities for new dancers to interpret the doomed lovers. The whole Company brings the colour and action of Renaissance Verona, where a busy market all too quickly bursts into sword fighting, and a family feud leads to tragedy for both the Montagues and Capulets.Approximate running time 3 hours 15 minutes including two intervals.

Tue 11 Jun

£11–£15

Royal Ballet: The Nutcracker

The classic Christmas themed ballet screened from the live production in your local cinema.

Mon 3 Dec

£11–£15

Sun 9 Dec

£11–£15

Royal Opera House: Die Walküre

  • 2018

Antonio Pappano conducts a cast including Stuart Skelton, Emily Magee, John Lundgren and Nina Stemme in the second opera in Richard Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen.

Sun 28 Oct

£11–£15

Royal Shakespeare Company: Troilus & Cressida

  • 2018
  • Directed by: Gregory Doran

Virtuoso percussionist Evelyn Glennie collaborates with Artistic Director Gregory Doran to create a satirical futuristic vision of a world resounding with the rhythm of battle.

Wed 14 Nov

£11–£15

RSC Live: Romeo & Juliet

A live screening of the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Shakespeare's hot-blooded, tragic romance.

Wed 18 Jul

£16.50 some concessions

RSC Live: The Merry Wives Of Windsor

Royal Shakespeare Company: The Merry Wives Of Windsor
  • 2018

A live screening of The Merry Wives of Windsor from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon.

Wed 12 Sep

£11–£15

Speedy (Hebden Bridge)

Harold Lloyd saves New Yorks last horse-drawn trolley car from extinction in Speedy, his last silent comedy and one of his best. An engaging caper shot on location in New York, 'Speedy' shows off the city as it was in 1928, including a beautiful sequence at Coney Islands Luna Park and a breathtaking finale chase through the packed Manhattan streets. Speedy is both dizzily entertaining and warm-hearted.Performing live: Neil Brand (piano)

Thu 24 May

£6–£10

The Square

The Square
  • 2017
  • Sweden / Germany / France / Denmark
  • 2h 22min
  • Directed by: Ruben Östlund
  • Cast: Claes Bang, Elisabeth Moss, Dominic West,

Christian (Bang), the curator of a modern art museum, is scammed and robbed of his wallet, phone and cufflinks, and as a result tracks his phone and leaves threatening letters where he thinks it might be. At its best it mixes sly, Swiftian satire with an almost Ballardian view of human nature, but it’s sprawling and overstuffed.

Thu 26 Apr

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