Cinema

12 shows found
Around The World In 80 Days (U)

All tickets £3.50

Monday 25 October at 11am & 4pm and Tuesday 26 October at 2pm and 4pm

Running time – 84 minutes

Cinema is back at The Riverfront.

An animated family adventure! A bookish marmoset embarks on a wild adventure to travel around the world in 80 days after accepting a challenge from a greedy frog.

We are really looking forward to welcoming our audiences back to The Riverfront. Our cinema seats are being replaced with lovely new ones in November, in the meantime we will be screening films using reduced audience capacity and a mixture of freestanding chairs and sofas.

Our café will be open and you can take your hot or cold drinks and snacks into the screening.

25/10/2021 to 26/10/2021
I'm Your Man (15)

Evening tickets £5.50, concessions £5

Afternoon tickets £4.50, concessions £4

Monday 25 October at 1pm & 7pm

Running time – 107 minutes

Cinema is back at The Riverfront.

For one reason or another you may have missed some films on the big screen over the past year… so we are giving you the chance to catch up and this week we have romcom meets sci-fi in I’m Your Man. A scientist at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin is persuaded to participate in a study to get funding for her research. For three weeks, she must live with a humanoid robot designed to be the perfect life partner for her..

We are really looking forward to welcoming our audiences back to The Riverfront. Our cinema seats are being replaced with lovely new ones in November, in the meantime we will be screening films using reduced audience capacity and a mixture of freestanding chairs and sofas.

Our café will be open and you can take your hot or cold drinks and snacks into the screening.

25/10/2021
Annette (15)

Evening tickets £5.50, concessions £5

Afternoon tickets £4.50, concessions £4

Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 October at 7pm, matinee Wednesday at 1pm

Running time – 139 minutes

Cinema is back at The Riverfront.

Annette is a musical crossed with psychological drama directed by Leos Carax, and with a screenplay by Ron Mael and Russell Mael of Sparks, and Carax, from an original story, music and songs by the band. Henry is a stand-up comedian with a fierce sense of humor who falls in love with Ann, a world-renowned opera singer. Under the spotlight, they form a passionate and glamorous couple. With the birth of their first child -- a mysterious little girl with an exceptional destiny -- their lives are turned upside down.

We are really looking forward to welcoming our audiences back to The Riverfront. Our cinema seats are being replaced with lovely new ones in November, in the meantime we will be screening films using reduced audience capacity and a mixture of freestanding chairs and sofas.

Our café will be open and you can take your hot or cold drinks and snacks into the screening.

26/10/2021 to 27/10/2021
Hocus Pocus (PG)

Wednesday 27 October at 4pm, Thursday 28 October at 11am & 4pm
Tickets - £3.50


Running time: 96 minutes

Director – Kenny Ortega

Starring – Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy

I put a spell on you
 Because you're mine!

Spooky screenings of a firm Halloween favourite, we would love to see you in fancy dress – especially as your favourite Sanderson sister!

After moving to Salem, teenager Max Dennison (Omri Katz) explores an abandoned house with his sister Dani (Thora Birch) and their new friend, Allison (Vinessa Shaw). After dismissing a story Allison tells as superstitious, Max accidentally frees a coven of evil witches (Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy) who used to live in the house. Now, with the help of a magical cat, the kids must steal the witches' book of spells to stop them from becoming immortal.
27/10/2021 to 28/10/2021
Summer of Soul (...Or When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) 12A

Evening tickets £5.50, concessions £5

Afternoon tickets £4.50, concessions £4

Thursday 28 October at 1pm & 7pm

Running time – 117 minutes

Cinema is back at The Riverfront.

For one reason or another you may have missed some films on the big screen over the past year… so we are giving you the chance to catch up and this week we have what may be one of the best music documentaries ever made. In his acclaimed debut as a filmmaker, Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson presents a powerful and transporting documentary – part music film, part historical record created around an epic event that celebrated Black history, culture and fashion.

We are really looking forward to welcoming our audiences back to The Riverfront. Our cinema seats are being replaced with lovely new ones in November, in the meantime we will be screening films using reduced audience capacity and a mixture of freestanding chairs and sofas.

Our café will be open and you can take your hot or cold drinks and snacks into the screening.

28/10/2021
Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone (PG)

All tickets £3.50

Friday 29 and Saturday 30 October at 11am and 2.30pm

Running time – 152 minutes

Cinema is back at The Riverfront.

Celebrate 20 years of Harry Potter on the big screen with our half term screenings of Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone.

We are really looking forward to welcoming our audiences back to The Riverfront. Our cinema seats are being replaced with lovely new ones in November, in the meantime we will be screening films using reduced audience capacity and a mixture of freestanding chairs and sofas.

Our café will be open and you can take your hot or cold drinks and snacks into the screening.

29/10/2021 to 30/10/2021
Limbo (12A)

Evening tickets £5.50, concessions £5

Afternoon tickets £4.50, concessions £4

Monday 1 November at 1pm & 7pm

Running time – 104 minutes

Cinema is back at The Riverfront.

A wry, funny and poignant cross-cultural satire telling the tale oflives in transit, Ben Sharrock's BAFTA-nominated Limbo sets its scene on a fictional remote Scottish island. Omar (rising star Amir El-Masry), a young Syrian musician, is thousands of miles away from home, nervously awaiting the results of his asylum claim and stuck between the life he left behind and his new one which remains frustratingly out of reach. But while he's here, he isn’t alone: he and his new flatmates attend outrageously misjudged ‘cultural awareness’ classes, binge Friends boxsets, and debate attending the local open mic night, all the while waiting for the letters that will ultimately determine their future.

We are really looking forward to welcoming our audiences back to The Riverfront. Our cinema seats are being replaced with lovely new ones in November, in the meantime we will be screening films using reduced audience capacity and a mixture of freestanding chairs and sofas.

Our café will be open and you can take your hot or cold drinks and snacks into the screening.

01/11/2021
Respect (12A)

Evening tickets £5.50, concessions £5

Afternoon tickets £4.50, concessions £4

Tuesday 2 and Wednesday 3 November at 7pm, matinee Tuesday at 1pm

Running time – 148 minutes

Cinema is back at The Riverfront.

Starring Jennifer Hudson. Following the rise of Aretha Franklin's career -- from a child singing in her father's church choir to her international superstardom -- it's the remarkable true story of the music icon's journey to find her voice.

We are really looking forward to welcoming our audiences back to The Riverfront. Our cinema seats are being replaced with lovely new ones in November, in the meantime we will be screening films using reduced audience capacity and a mixture of freestanding chairs and sofas.

Our café will be open and you can take your hot or cold drinks and snacks into the screening.

02/11/2021 to 03/11/2021
The Addams Family 2 (PG)

All tickets £3.50

Saturday 6 November at 11am & 2pm and Sunday 7 November at 2pm

Running time – 93 minutes

Cinema is back at The Riverfront.

Patriarch Gomez (Oscar Isaac) believes his goth girl daughter Wednesday (Chloë Grace Moretz) is growing ever more distant, so decides to take the Addams family on a cross-country sojourn as a bonding experience. But why is a lawyer (Wallace Shawn) chasing down Wednesday for a DNA test? We are really looking forward to welcoming our audiences back to The Riverfront. Our cinema seats are being replaced with lovely new ones in November, in the meantime we will be screening films using reduced audience capacity and a mixture of freestanding chairs and sofas.

Our café will be open and you can take your hot or cold drinks and snacks into the screening.

06/11/2021 to 07/11/2021
Sweat (15)

Tickets - £5.50, concessions - £5

Saturday 6 November and Sunday 7 November at 7pm

Running time – 106 minutes, in Polish with English subtitles

Cinema is back at The Riverfront.

Sylwia Zajac (Magdalena Koleśnik) is a successful fitness influencer in Poland with over 600,000 devoted fans on social media. She inspires them to embrace their bodies and they worship her empowering teachings. But the problems begin when the camera stops rolling and she’s all alone, still searching for human connection.We are really looking forward to welcoming our audiences back to The Riverfront. Our cinema seats are being replaced with lovely new ones in November, in the meantime we will be screening films using reduced audience capacity and a mixture of freestanding chairs and sofas.

Our café will be open and you can take your hot or cold drinks and snacks into the screening.

06/11/2021 to 07/11/2021
No Time To Die (12A) **ALL SEATS £3**

To Celebrate Our New Seats - Special Price, All Tickets - £3

Monday 22 and Tuesday 23 November at 7pm, matinee Monday at 1pm

Running time – 163 minutes

Cinema is back at The Riverfront.

Years after apprehending Blofeld (Christoph Waltz), James Bond (Daniel Craig) has retired, living quietly in Jamaica. When CIA agent Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) approaches him for one last job, Bond finds himself taking on the sinister Safin (Rami Malek) — and must uncover the secrets of the woman he loved, Madeleine Swan (Léa Seydoux).

22/11/2021 to 23/11/2021
Supernova (15)

Evening tickets £5.50, concessions £5

Afternoon tickets £4.50, concessions £4

Wednesday 1 December at 1pm & 7pm

Running time – 96 minutes

Cinema is back at The Riverfront.

Couple of 20 years Sam (Colin Firth) and Tusker (Stanley Tucci), who is suffering from early onset dementia, are combining work with pleasure, travelling through the Lake District, visiting family and old haunts on the way to Sam’s upcoming piano recital. With every moment becoming increasingly precious, Sam discovers Tusker is withholding a secret.

01/12/2021