Cinébites

A heart made up of vegetables and fruit

Film + Meal Deal

30% off any of the mains dishes from our menu

Every Wednesday (from 12:00 - 20:00) cinema ticket holders can get 30% off any of the main dishes from our Café & Bar menu – which range from Watershed's classic fish and chips to oyster mushroom katsu curry, beef and veggie burgers, and much more.


Upcoming Cinébites Screenings

Limbo

classified 12A PS
Limbo
Fri 30 July - Thu 5 Aug
Film
Ben Sharrock’s critically adored Limbo is a wry, funny and poignant cross-cultural satire that subtly sews together the hardship and hope of the refugee experience. Set on a fictional remote Scottish island, it follows a group of new arrivals as they await the results of their asylum claims.
The Most Beautiful Boy in the World
Fri 30 July - Thu 5 Aug
Film
Fifty years after the premiere of Death in Venice, Björn Andrésen, the former teen star who once embodied legendary character Tadzio in Visconti’s masterpiece, takes us on a remarkable journey of personal memories, cinema history, stardust and tragedy in what could be Björn’s last attempt to finally get his life back on track.

The Sparks Brothers

classified 15
Preview: Sparks Brothers
Thu 29 July - Thu 5 Aug
Film
Director Edgar Wright returns with a musical odyssey through five weird and wonderful decades with brothers Russell & Ron Mael, celebrating the inspiring legacy of Sparks - 'your favorite band's favorite band.'

As Tears Go By

classified 18 S Wong Kar Wai
As Tears Go By
Wed 4 - Fri 6 Aug
Film
Wong Kar Wai’s scintillating debut feature is a kinetic, hypercool crime thriller graced with flashes of the impressionistic, daydream visual style.

The Fever

classified 12A S
The Fever
Fri 6 - Thu 12 Aug
Film
Filmmaker Maya Da-Rin’s debut feature is a mesmerising tale that explores desire, tenderness, and the friction between two worlds – the industrialised city and the tranquil Amazon rainforest.

Now, Voyager

classified U
Now Voyager
Fri 6 - Thu 12 Aug
Film
This classic, star-studded melodrama has been gloriously restored in a lovely new print. At once a tender love story, a taut psychological drama, and an inspiring tale of physical and spiritual transformation Bette Davis is at the pinnacle of her career with her performance resulting in her sixth "Best Actress" Oscar nomination.

Zola

classified 18
Zola
Fri 6 - Thu 12 Aug
Film
From writer-director Janicza Bravo (Lemon) comes the unforgettable and outrageous story of two women who hit the road to score quick cash dancing for money in Tampa, only to find their friendship tested when one of them isn't who she claims to be.

Days of Being Wild

classified 12A S Wong Kar Wai
Days of Being Wild
Sat 7 - Wed 11 Aug
Film
Featuring a spectacular cast of Hong Kong’s biggest starts, Wong’s sophomore feature tied together his favourite themes of time, memory and rejection in a hypnotic drama.

Riders of Justice

classified 15 S
Riders of Justice
Fri 23 July - Thu 12 Aug
Film
Recently deployed soldier, Markus (Mads Mikkelsen) is forced to return home to care for his daughter when his wife dies in a tragic train accident. However, when a survivor of the wreck surfaces and claims foul play, Markus suspects his wife was murdered and embarks on a mission to find those responsible.

New Order

classified 18 S
New Order
Fri 13 - Thu 19 Aug
Film
Prepare yourself for an intricate psychological dystopian drama that portrays the shocking and provocative depiction of class warfare in contemporary Mexico, as a joyous wedding is suddenly interpreted.

In The Mood For Love

classified PG S Wong Kar Wai
In The Mood For Love
Wed 18 - Sun 22 Aug
Film
Prepare to be dazzled by Wong Kar Wai’s elegant and breathtaking masterpiece, a heartbreaking story of illicit love that pulses with the ache and agony of repressed desire.

Wildland

classified 12A S
Wildland
Fri 13 - Thu 19 Aug
Film
Following the death of her alcoholic mother, Ida (Sandra Kampp) is placed by social services with her aunt (Sidse Babette Knudsen) and her grown-up sons, a side of her family she barely knows. At the worst time in her life, Ida finds herself in a loving home welcomed with open arms but all is not what it seems.

Happy Together

classified 15 S Wong Kar Wai
Happy Together
Wed 18 - Thu 19 Aug
Film
One of the most searing romances of the 1990s, Wong Kar Wai’s emotionally raw, lushly stylised portrait of a relationship in breakdown casts Hong Kong superstars Tony Leung Chiu Wai and Leslie Cheung Kwok Wing as a couple traveling through Argentina falling in and out of love.

I'm Your Man

classified 18 (CTBA) S
I'm Your Man
Fri 13 - Thu 19 Aug
Film
Inspired by a short story written by Emma Braslavsky, I'm Your Man is a humorous tale about the questions of love, longing, and what makes a human being human.

2046

classified 12A S Wong Kar Wai
2046
Wed 25 - Thu 26 Aug
Film
A sequel of sorts to In The Mood For Love, 2046 delves into the pain of romantic heartache and the emotional wreckage it leaves behind.
Escher: Journey Into Infinity
Fri 20 - Thu 26 Aug
Film
Delve deep into the world and legacy of M.C Escher (1898-1972), world-famous Dutch graphic designer and creator of some of the most famous stunning and psychedelic artworks that continue to influence our culture now.

The details

How to claim

All you have to do to receive the discount is mention Cinébites and show your cinema ticket to the member of staff when you arrive in the Café & Bar.

When to eat

You can eat either before or after your screening (all our film pages now detail the end times of films so you can easily book a table in advance) - the kitchen closes at 20:00 so orders must be in before then! We recommend you allow at least one hour before your screening to eat.

How are we doing?

We really want to hear your feedback on this offer as it's important for us to get it right for you. Drop us a line at communications@watershed.co.uk and we'll be happy to talk.