- 96 min
- Directed by: Rachel Tunnard
- Cast: Jodie Whittaker, Lorraine Ashbourne, Brett Goldstein
Anna (Whittaker) is a filmmaker bereft after the death of her twin and creative partner Billy (Hogg), and who now lives in her mother's garden shed. It's a shrewd, sweary, polished rib-tickler as well as a credible, intimate study of grief, and although Goldstein is adorable as Anna's admirer, romance for once takes a welcome backseat.
Fri 21 Oct
Sun 23 Oct
- 99 min
- Directed by: Hamish Hamilton, Katy Mullan
Docu-tour of the V&A's sublime David Bowie is exhibition for the unlucky thousands who couldn't get tickets for it. The directors struggle to capture the exhibition's scale, and even fans might regard it as a little pretentious, but it's worth hanging in there for the exhibition's final night, with interesting talks from Jarvis Cocker and Christopher Frayling.
Sun 23 Oct
- Directed by: Rob Ashford
- Cast: Kenneth Branagh, John Hurt, Sophie McShera
Set in post-war Britain John Osbourne's play The Entertainer follows failing music hall performer Archie Rice, played here by Rob Ashford.
Thu 27 Oct
- 180 min
- Directed by: Simon Stephens
- Cast: Rory Kinnear, Rosalie Craig, Haydn Gwynne
A darkly comic new take on Brecht and Weill’s raucous musical broadcast live from the stage of the National Theatre. Starring Rory Kinnear and Roasalie Craig.
Wed 26 Oct
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