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OffersGrab a bargain with our Café/Bar offers
All of our popular Sunday Brunch Seasons come with a money-saving offer in the Café/Bar. You can get £1.00 off all meal orders priced £7.00 or over on the same day with your cinema ticket, and because the films start at 12:00 you can choose whether you want to go down the breakfast, lunch or dinner route! View our Menus to see the range of food on offer and take your pick.
Join us in April for four films dedicated to the confusing and often charming world of childhood, chosen to complement our child-focused season curated by Mark Cousins. So embrace your inner child and once again explore hidden trails, wish-making and, of course, rebellion!
Tuesday evening Cinébites Film + Meal Deal
For just £15.00 you can enjoy Cinébites - get a cinema ticket for the Tuesday evening (after 17:00) film of your choice (you can check the calendar here), plus a voucher ticket to use in the Café/Bar for a meal and a drink. There's always a choice of veg or meat/fish and our talented chefs will cook up something that is seasonal and tasty for you and don't worry if your film starts at 17:15 and you are starving you can always have an early dinner as the evening's menu will be ready for service from 16:00.
Next Cinébites (Tue 29 April) is tagine. Check back here on Tuesday at 12:00 to see what the choices will be, as what our chefs cook up really does depend on what's available and in season.
Join us every Friday to celebrate the start of the weekend! Enjoy 2 glasses of chilled Prosecco for just £7 and why not try one from our Kir Royale range – choose from Elderflower, Crème de Cassis or Rhubarb liqueur. Available every Friday from 17:00 until closing. Our Prosecco is also available by the bottle for £20.00.
Singaporean director Anthony Chen deservedly picked up the prestigious Camera d'Or prize for best debut feature at Cannes for this small, tender triumph of a film.
Tom Hardy is exceptional in this one man show held entirely in the confines of a car. Deeply cinematic - taut, spare and perfect - this thriller will leave you on the edge of your seat.