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There's still time to enter your short film (90 seconds or less) to DepicT! - enter for free at depict.org by Mon 8 July for a chance to win £3,000 in cash prizes, industry support, priceless exposure and much more!
The mature and witty third installment of an ongoing character study between American Jesse (Hawke) and French Céline (Delpy). Are the couple heading towards reconciliation or destruction?
Head of Programme Mark Cosgrove considers the cinema of perennial provocateur Ulrich Seidl and discusses why we are showing Much Ado About Nothing, the latest film from Hollywood's renaissance man Joss Whedon.
Audrey Tautou stars as Thérèse, a frustrated young housewife in 1920s provincial southwest France who yearns to escape to a bohemian life in jazz-age Paris.
Apply for our Future Producers Talent Development Programme before 1 July and develop the broad skill-set associated with being a producer in the cultural and arts sector.
This wild drama is based on the life of Liberace (Michael Douglas), the virtuoso pianist, outrageous entertainer and flamboyant star of stage and screen.
What's on today - Wed 19 June
|Much Ado About Nothing (12A)||20:40||Book tickets|
|Paradise: Love (18)||20:20||Book tickets|
What's on tomorrow - Thu 20 June
|Much Ado About Nothing (12A)||15:00, 18:00, 20:40||Book tickets|
|Behind The Candelabra (15)||17:30, 20:10||Book tickets|
|Paradise: Love (18)||17:40, 20:20||Book tickets|
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What's on - Mon 24 June
|Before Midnight (15)||17:40, 20:10||Book tickets|
|Thérèse Desqueyroux (12A)||17:50||Book tickets|
|Much Ado About Nothing (12A)||18:00, 20:20||Book tickets|
|Behind The Candelabra (15)||20:40||Book tickets|
Our new Summer Menu includes tasty dishes packed full of fresh, seasonal, lighter food for you to enjoy – whatever the weather! New dishes include Charred Asparagus Spears, a great Charcuterie Board and traditional Greek Salad.
Much Ado About Nothing
Joss Whedon gives Shakespeare's classic comedy a contemporary spin in this dark, sexy and occasionally absurd view of the intricate game that is love.