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CINEMA SINEMA 1st – 4th Sep

SEPTEMBER MEDI 2017

23rd, 24th & 30th Sep

Thomas & Friends: Journey Beyond Sodor

Laputa: Castle in the Sky

(David Stoten, UK 2017, 70mins) Thomas and his friends take an exciting adventure to the mainland to bring James back to the Island of Sodor.

1st – 9th Sep

An Inconvenient Sequel

(Jon Shenk, Bonni Cohen, UK 2017, AD, 98mins) A decade after the ground-breaking documentary An Inconvenient Truth, Al Gore takes another look at devastating climate change in the world today, and just how close we might be to an energy revolution.

4th - 6th Sep

The Big Sick

(Michael Showalter, USA 2017, 120mins) A Pakistan-born aspiring comedian, Kumail, connects with a white graduate student. However, as the relationship blossoms, so does the difficulty navigating his traditional Muslim parents and their dreams for an arranged marriage. Smart and witty writing have made this a much talked about and critically loved comedy-drama.

8th, 9th, 11th & 13th Sep

Atomic Blonde

(David Leitch, USA 2017, AD, 115mins) A stylish, action-thriller set in 1980s Berlin. On the eve of the Wall’s collapse, amid imminent political earthquakes, a top-level MI6 spy (Charlize Theron) is sent to bring down a brutal espionage ring. A glamourous 80s soundtrack, breath-taking action sequences and a badass female lead all provide the ingredients for a fun night out.

(Hayao Miyazaki, Japan 1986, 124mins, subtitled & dubbed versions) One of Studio Ghibli’s best films (and influenced by the mining communities of Wales!), this exciting adventure follows two children who join forces with a bunch of ragtag pirates to find a legendary floating castle. Highly recommended for all ages, showing in dubbed and subtitled versions.

29th Sep, 1st, 3rd & 5th Oct

Despicable Me 3

(Kyle Balda, Pierre Coffin, AD, USA 2017, 96mins) Gru and his Minions are back as they battle master-criminal and 1980s throwback, Balthazar Bratt, in their latest adventure.

11th, 12th & 14th Sep

A Ghost Story

(David Lowery, USA 2017, 92mins) Recently deceased, a ghost (Casey Affleck) returns to his suburban home to console his wife (Rooney Mara), only to find himself drifting away from his place in time. Forced to be a passive observer, his journey through history, memory and existence itself provides a haunting, inventive and ultimately fascinating film.

12th & 13th Sep

Final Portrait

(Stanley Tucci, UK 2017, 90mins) Paris, 1964. Alberto Giacometti, the famous artist (played by Geoffrey Rush), bumps into an old American friend, critic James Lord (Armie Hammer). Begging James to sit for a portrait for a few days, the days turn into weeks, and with no end in sight, James starts to realise his entire life has been hijacked by this erratic genius.

15th – 28th Sep

Victoria and Abdul

(Stephen Frears, UK 2017, AD, 112mins) Judi Dench gives a magnificent performance as Queen Victoria in the remarkable true story of how the elderly Monarch developed an unexpected friendship with one of her Indian servants. Despite giving her a new lease of life, this unusual alliance soon becomes a target for her inner circle who must put a stop to it at all costs. From the director of The Queen and Philomena. Parent/Baby 21st Sep 11am, HOH Subs 26th Sept, 5.45pm

SEPTEMBER/MEDI

Sep 7th

Fri /Gwe 1

Thomas & Friends: Journey Beyond Sodor (U)

An Evening With George Smiley

Sat/Sad 2

Thomas & Friends: Journey Beyond Sodor (U)

John le Carré

From his extraordinary Cold War novels, to his powerful descriptions of the arms trade, the writing of John le Carré has come to define the last half century. Broadcast live from London’s Royal Festival Hall, join us for a celebration of one of the world’s greatest writers as he discusses his career and reflects on the continuing story of his most famous creation, George Smiley.120mins Approx.

12th July

The Limehouse Golem

Jonas Kaufman: My Italy

(Juan Carlos Medina, UK 2016, AD, 108mins) Victorian London is gripped with fear. A serial killer is leaving cryptic messages behind, and with few leads and increasing public pressure, Scotland Yard assigns the mystery to Inspector Kildare (Bill Nighy). Faced with a long list of suspects, and the suspicion he’s been set up to fail, he sets about the near-impossible task of bringing the killer to justice. A gothic murder mystery that also stars Olivia Cooke and Eddie Marsan.

29th Sep, 2nd- 5th Oct

Detroit

(Kathryn Bigelow, USA 2017, AD, 143mins) A powerful and dramatic recreation of a dark chapter in America’s past, the 1967 Detroit riot. John Boyega stars as a private security guard caught up in the fiveday path of destruction that evolved into one of the most deadliest race-related riots in America’s history. From the director of Zero Dark Thirty and The Hurt Locker.

30th Sep & 1st Oct

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Director’s Cut)

9th & 10th Sep

SPECIAL EVENTS

(Steven Spielberg, USA 1977, 137mins) Marking its 40th anniversary, this is a brand new 4K restoration of Steven Spielberg’s incredible and gripping sci-fi classic. Richard Dreyfuss stars a regular power-grid worker who, after witnessing a UFO, becomes convinced something big is about to happen….

Jonas Kaufmann presents his personal tribute to a country where the influence and beauty of opera goes beyond the walls of the theatre. With hits from tenors like Enrico Caruso & Lucia Dalla, Puccini and Verdi are not the only central figures of the concert. Recorded in the Teatro Carignano in Turin, this concert and documentary displays Kaufmann’s love of the Italian way of life, culture and music. 110mins with subtitles. £10 all tickets.

13th Sep

David Gilmour: Live at Pompeii

45 years after Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour filmed ‘Live At Pompeii’ in the legendary Roman Amphitheatre there, he returned for two spectacular shows. This recorded concert performance film is an audio-visual spectacle, featuring lasers, pyrotechnics and a huge circular screen including songs from throughout David’s career, as well as many Pink Floyd classics. 120mins TBC.

14th Sep

Carmen on the Lake

Performed on the spectacular water stage of Lake Constance in Austria, George Bizet’s Carmen is a story of passion, destiny and obsession. Recorded live on the floating stage during the Bregenz Festival, the extravagant staging of this classic tale features an original and innovative design, with the waters of the lake beautifully becoming an extension of the stage itself. 141mins

30th Sep, 2nd & 4th Oct

Shin Godzilla

(Shinji Higuchi,Hideaki Anno, Japan 2016, 120mins, subtitled) Bursting onto the big screen, Toho’s legendary monster once again comes back to stomp all over Tokyo in this brand new film. The re-emergence of this gigantic beast sends the ill-prepared Japanese government into chaos as they struggle to respond; meanwhile a group of volunteers must figure out the creature’s weakness before all of Japan is destroyed.

(Matthew Vaughn, USA 2017, AD) Taron Egerton is back in the follow-up to the extremely popular comicbook action movie. When their headquarters are destroyed and the world held hostage, the Kingsman secret agents join forces with another USbased organization to defeat a ruthless common enemy, and to save the world yet again. Also stars Colin Firth, Channing Tatum and Jeff Bridges.

Mon/Llun 4

An Inconvenient Sequel (PG) An Inconvenient Sequel (PG) Thomas & Friends: Journey Beyond Sodor (U)

An Inconvenient Sequel (PG) Thomas & Friends: Journey Beyond Sodor (U)

An Inconvenient Sequel (PG) The Big Sick (15) Tues/Maw 5 The Big Sick (15) An Inconvenient Sequel (PG) The Big Sick (15) Wed/Mer 6 An Inconvenient Sequel (PG) The Big Sick (15) An Inconvenient Sequel (PG) Thurs/Iau 7 John le Carre: An evening with George Smiley An Inconvenient Sequel (PG) Fri/Gwe 8 Atomic Blonde (15) Despicable Me 3 (PG) Sat/Sad 9 An Inconvenient Sequel (PG) Atomic Blonde (15) Despicable Me 3 (PG) Sun/Sul 10 Jonas Kaufmann: My Italy Mon/Llun 11 A Ghost Story (15) Atomic Blonde (15) Tues/Maw 12 Final Portait (15) A Ghost Story (15) Wed/Mer 13 Final Portait (15) Atomic Blonde (15) David Gilmour: Live at Pompeii Thurs/Iau 14 A Ghost Story (15) Carmen on the Lake Victoria and Abdul (PG) Fri /Gwe 15 Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Sat/Sad 16 Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Sun/Sul 17 Victoria and Abdul (PG) Mon/Llun 18 Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Tues/Maw 19 Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Wed/Mer 20 Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Thurs/Iau 21 Victoria and Abdul (PG) (Parent/Baby) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Fri /Gwe 22 Victoria and Abdul (PG) Laputa: Castle in the Sky Sat/Sad 23 (English Version) (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Laputa: Castle in the Sky Sun/Sul 24 (English Version) (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Mon/Llun 25 Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Tues/Maw 26 Victoria and Abdul (subtitled) (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Wed/Mer 27 Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Victoria and Abdul (PG) Thurs/Iau 28 Victoria and Abdul (PG) Black Sabbath: The End of the Line The Limehouse Golem (15) Fri /Gwe 29 Detroit (15) Close Encounters of the Third Kind (PG) Sat/Sad 30 Laputa: Castle in the Sky (Japanese Version) (PG) Shin Godzilla (12A)

2.30pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm 5.00pm 2.30pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm** 5.45pm 8.15pm 5.30pm 7.45pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm 5.00pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm** 5.45pm 8.15pm 5.45pm 7.45pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm 5.00pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm** 5.45pm 8.15pm 11.00am 5.45pm 8.15pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm 5.00pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm** 5.45pm 8.15pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 5.45pm 8.15pm 2.30pm 5.45pm 8.15pm

OCTOBER/HYDREF Sun/Sul 1 Mon/Llun 2 Tues/Maw 3 Wed/Mer 4

28th Sep

Black Sabbath: The End of the End

Chronicling the final tour from the legendary band after nearly 50 years together, the Birmingham group took to the stage for the last time in their home city, bringing down the curtain on their final tour ever. After half a century, this is your chance to hear the final word from the greatest metal band of all time. 120mins approx.

Thurs/Iau 5

Fri /Gwe 6 Sat/Sad 7 Sun/Sul 8

6th – 15th Oct

Kingsman: The Golden Circle TBC

Sun/Sul 3

An Inconvenient Sequel (PG) An Inconvenient Sequel (PG)

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (PG) 2.15pm The Limehouse Golem (15) 5.00pm Detroit (15) 5.15pm Shin Godzilla (12A) 8.15pm The Limehouse Golem (15) 5.45pm Detroit (15) 8.15pm Shin Godzilla (12A) 5.45pm Detroit (15) 8.15pm The Limehouse Golem (15) 2.30pm ** Detroit (15) 5.15pm The Limehouse Golem (15) 8.15pm Kingsman: The Golden Circle (15) 5.30pm Kingsman: The Golden Circle (15) 8.15pm Kingsman: The Golden Circle (15) 2.30pm closed in evening -NY MET: Norma 2.00pm Kingsman: The Golden Circle 5.30pm

** Silver Screening

TICKETS I TOCYNNAU £6.50

FULL PRICE / PRIS LLAWN

£6

Seniors/Pobl hyn

£5.50

Student and Under 18/Myfyrwyr a dan 18

£5

Silver Screenings + Free Tea and Coffee

Tocynnau ‘Silver Screenings’ +

Te a Choffi am ddim

£5

Under 12s/Plant o dan 12

SUBTITLED AND AUDIO DESCRIBED SCREENINGS We are pleased to offer screenings subtitled in English for customers who are hard of hearing. Look for the symbol in the listing. Infra Red audio description is available on all titles with “AD” in the main synopsis.

3D Screenings £7.50 / Seniors £7 Students/Under 18s £6.50 Under 12s £6 Plus £1 for glasses (re-usable) Dangosiadau 3D £7.50 / Pobl hyn £7 Myfyrwyr/O dan 18 oed £6.50 O dan 12 oed £6 A £1 am sbectol (y gellir eu hail-ddefnyddio)

Satellite / Special Events £15/ Oap£13/ Child £10. NY Met: £18 /Child £12

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