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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.70 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

APRIL 2017

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Sat 1

FREE FIRE (15) 90m THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAYS

Sun 2

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) Normal ticket prices apply

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

FROM FRI 7

A QUIET PASSION

(12A)

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO (CERT TBC)

PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15)

THE HANDMAIDEN (18)

THEIR FINEST (12A)

BUNCH OF KUNST (CERT TBC)

NERUDA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Lone Scherfig UK 2016 117m

Dir: Christine Franz Germany 2017 104m

With English Subtitles

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Dir: Mark Baker UK 2017 73m

Dir: Ritesh Batra UK 2017 108m

Dir: Park Chan-wook South Korea 2016 145m

Starring: Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy

Dir: Pablo Larraín Chile 2016 108m

See page 1 for details.

Starring: Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling

Starring: Kim Min-hee, Kim Tae-ri

Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling team up in this mesmerising adaptation of Julian Barnes’s novel about ageing, memory, jealousy, and the lies we tell ourselves to survive. The film follows Tony, a semi-retired and divorced curmudgeon, skilled at subjectively ordering his own history. But the possibility of an alternate reality arises when the diary of his best friend is bequeathed to him after his mysterious suicide.

When the infamous director of Oldboy helms an erotic period thriller, all bets are off. In Japan-colonised Korea, two thieves pose as a handmaiden and a count to swindle a Japanese heiress out of her fortune and dump her in the madhouse. But nothing proves simple once the maid and the heiress fall madly in lust. Shocking twists and feverish pacing ensure there’s never a dull moment in this lavish bodice-ripper inspired by the novel ‘Fingersmith’ by Sarah Waters. Chicago Film Festival

Films about how movies get made form a fascinating genre unto themselves. To classics like Singin’ in the Rain and The Bad and the Beautiful add the delightful comedy Their Finest, the story of the British film industry during the war, charged with buoying the spirits of people living in fear of the Blitz. There are standout performances from Gemma Arterton as a fledgling scriptwriter, and Bill Nighy as a past-his-prime, but still pompous actor, who latches onto the young scenarist.

Thanks to their sweary rants about modern England, Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods have been called “the angriest band in Britain”. Bunch of Kunst tells the story of three guys taking on the music business on their own terms.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Dir: Terence Davies UK 2016 125m

Dir: Raoul Peck US 2016 93m

(PG) 129m

Starring: Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle

When James Baldwin died in 1987, he left behind 30 pages of a book that was to be a personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his friends – Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Using Baldwin’s words only, Raoul Peck envisions the book the author never finished, to deliver a radical study of race in America – connecting the evolution of the Civil Rights movement to the current immediacy of #BlackLivesMatter

Acclaimed director Terence Davies returns with a luminous and deeply moving biopic of poet Emily Dickinson, played with virtuosity by Cynthia Nixon. A recluse who eventually boarded herself up in her bedroom, A Quiet Passion details many facets of her character: her wit, melancholy, and her poetry’s transcendent ability to connect with other people in ways she could not.

TUE 11, 7.30PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THE LOST CITY OF Z (15) 141m THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) 104m

Join Peppa in this exciting new preschool cinema experience! A collection of nine brand new episodes connected with never-before-seen interactive entertainment, featuring live action Peppa and George, and their friend Daisy. Family Matinee Prices apply. SAT 15, 2.45PM

FREE DRAWING WORKSHOP FOR LITTLE ONES (60m)

Family Matinee Prices apply FROM FRI 7

RAW

(18)

With English Subtitles Dir: Julia Ducournau France 2016 99m Starring: Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 14

IN THE LOUNGE

“With his brilliant mise en scène, Park plays with taboos, genres, and styles to create not only a provocative film, but also a sumptuous feast for the eyes, the mind, and the heart.” TIFF

FROM FRI 7

A tapestry of footage collected over the 25-year career of documentary cinematographer Kirsten Johnson.

IN THE LOUNGE

DANCER (12A) 120m An unprecedented look into the life of Sergei Polunin, a complex young man who has made ballet go viral.

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON

Dir: William Oldroyd UK 2016 89m Starring: Florence Pugh, Christopher Fairbank

Acclaimed theatre director William Oldroyd relocates Nikolai Leskov’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk to 19th-century England, in this Gothic tale about a young woman trapped in a marriage of convenience whose passionate affair unleashes a maelstrom of murder and mayhem on a country estate.

MON 24, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 21

CAMERAPERSON (15) 102m

LADY MACBETH (CERT TBC)

Mostly British Film Festival

SUN 16, 1.45PM We’ll be showing the 167m Director’s Cut!

“Florence Pugh announces herself as a major talent to watch in William Oldroyd’s impressively tough-minded Victorian tragedy.” Variety

With English Subtitles

A full-blooded, insane mix of martial arts and “sweet, sweet violence” not to be missed.

THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

Mon 3

Starring: Gael García Bernal, Luis Gnecco

It’s 1948 and legendary communist poet and senator, Pablo Neruda, is on the run after the Chilean government issues a warrant for his arrest. Across Chile, Neruda eludes a fictional, self-important Clouseau-like detective who’s attempting to make a name for himself. “Larraín’s heady blend of fact and fancy is many things at once: a loving, kaleidoscopic recreation of a particular historical moment; a comical cat-and-mouse game; and a pocket epic.” Film Society Lincoln Center

SAT 15, 1.15PM

THE EAGLE HUNTRESS (U) 87m

THU 13, 10.15AM & 1.30PM

A QUIET PASSION (12A) 125m See page 1 for details.

Set against the breath-taking expanse of the Mongolian steppe, a 13-year-old girl trains to become the first female in 12 generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter.

TUE 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Tue 4

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m A delightful comedy which tells the story of the British film industry during the war.

Wed 5

Thu 6

SAT 22, 1PM

THE BEST OF THE LONDON INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL 2016 (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

IN THE LOUNGE

HEADSHOT (18) 120m

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15) 108m See page 2 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. A programme created by kids, for kids. There’ll Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70. be talking animals, seriously fun adventures and tales that spark all those little imaginations. Adults are allowed in if they have permission from their kids. This screening is suitable for children of all ages but is specifically aimed at 4-12 year-olds.

Fri 7

Sat 8

(CERT TBC) Dir: Christopher Menaul UK 2017 RT TBC

SAT 29, 12.45PM

Starring: Jenny Seagrove, John Hannah

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A drama set during World War II, when the island of Jersey was occupied by the Nazis, that’s based on the true story of Louisa Gould, who took in an escaped Russian POW and hid him over the course of the war.

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m

LADY MACBETH

See page 3 for details.

HEADSHOT

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

TUE 18, 6PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

CAMERAPERSON

APRIL 2017

Learn how to draw Peppa and her piggy-verse! To book a place, show your Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience ticket to the box office. Places are limited, so reserve in advance! Children must be accompanied by an adult.

DANCER

A QUIET PASSION I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO RAW THE SENSE OF AN ENDING THE HANDMAIDEN LADY MACBETH

FROM FRI 31 MAR

RAW

THEIR FINEST

Following in the footsteps of her parents and older sister, shy 16-year-old Justine, enrolls in veterinary school. Desperate to fit in, she enters a world of excess, and, although a committed vegetarian, caves to the peer pressure to eat raw meat during an initiation ritual, awaking a dormant hunger for flesh within the teenager.

SUN 16, 3.45PM INTRODUCTION AND POST-SCREENING DISCUSSION LED BY DR MARTIN GLYNN Dr Martin Glynn is an internationally renowned educator, theatre director and dramatist who has written for theatre, radio, and television. He has also published many poetry and children’s books. As a renowned criminologist, Dr Glynn has over 3 decades of experience of working in criminal justice, public health, and educational settings.

FROM FRI 28

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DOUGAL AND THE BLUE CAT

SAT 8, 10.45AM

(U) 79m

The magical, musical and frequently surreal feature film version from 1970 of one of the all-time favourite children’s TV shows, The Magic Roundabout.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) 129m Disney’s animated classic come to life in this dazzling new version starring Emma Watson.

Sun 9

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

6:15 4:30 5:00

4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 Who’s Gonna Love Me Now 15 + Live By Satelitte Q&A 4:00 and Choir p11 More Films TBC - See Web

6:15 4:30 5:00

4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

6:15 4:45 5:00

4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:45 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 10:30 1:30 The Very Private Life of Mister Sim p11 NT LIVE: Twelfth Night 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 The Lego Batman Movie U 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A DJ Set - Cafebar 10pm

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Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 1:45 Beauty and the Beast PG p4 Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 Dancer 12A p2 Beauty and the Beast Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 10:45

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 The Music of Strangers 12A p11 Dancer 12A p2

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8:30 7:30

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Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the Beast PG p1 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 1UP Videgame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Dancer 12A p2

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 11:30 Beauty and the... PG See web 12:15 3:15 Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Lego Batman Movie U See web Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 The Eagle Huntress U p4 Drawing Workshop 2.45pm

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Fri 21

7:30 6:00 5:00

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11:00 1:00 11:30 12:15 3:15 7:30 1:15 Sun 23

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Lego Batman Movie U See web Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 Local Hero PG p11 Short Stack p10 The Handmaiden Director’s Cut 18 p2 DJ Set - Cafebar 7pm

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 11:30 Beauty and the... PG See web 12:15 3:15 Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 2:00 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 3:15 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 10:00 12:00 1:45 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 Sorry, Wrong Number PG + Kamila Shamsie p8 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 10:30 1:30 2:00 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 12:45 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 10:00 12:00 3:15 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 NT LIVE: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are... 12A p11 Wine Tasting Lounge 7.30pm Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 The Dream is Sweeter Than The Taste - Six.By Seven + Q&A p10 Their Finest - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p4 10:30 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web Film Quiz - Cafebar 8.45pm

3:00 2:45 TIMES TIMES

Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 RSC LIVE: Julius Caesar 12A p11 The Shadow and the Substance + Tom Pickard p9 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 10:30 1:30 5:45 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 5:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES TBC Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES TBC Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web 4:00 3:00

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Fri 28

Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ Set - Mezz Bar 8pm

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Lady Macbeth p3 1:45 4:00 6:30 Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 Neruda 15 p3 TIMES TBC Dougal and the Blue Cat U p4 12:45 Mindhorn 15 - Preview + Q&A p10 TIMES TBC More Films TBC - See Web

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Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 The Dreamed Ones PG p10 Robocop 18 p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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5:55 7:45

BOX OFFICE

Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 5:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES TBC Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES TBC The Secret Life of Walter Mitty PG p11 2:00 MET OPERA ENCORE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 12:00 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 Mad to be Normal 15 p10 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Wed 26

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7:45

Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES The Best of the London International Animation Festival 2016 U p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Tue 25

5:45 5:30 TBC TBC

8:30 8:15

7:45 8:30 8:15 8:45 7:45

OPEN: Mon -Sat from 9am, Sun from 10am. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. NO PHONE OR ONLINE BOOKING FEE. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Adult: £8.40 Conc: £6.50 Member Full: £6.50 Member Conc: £5.40 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £5.00 Family Matinee: £3.70 Supportive Env’t £3.70

PINK times indicate an intro before screening. ORANGE indicates Q&A after screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN indicates Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates Supportive Environment screening. RED indicates Silver Screen screening. BROWN indicates subtitled for hard of hearing.


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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.70 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

APRIL 2017

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Sat 1

FREE FIRE (15) 90m THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAYS

Sun 2

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) Normal ticket prices apply

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

FROM FRI 7

A QUIET PASSION

(12A)

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO (CERT TBC)

PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15)

THE HANDMAIDEN (18)

THEIR FINEST (12A)

BUNCH OF KUNST (CERT TBC)

NERUDA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Lone Scherfig UK 2016 117m

Dir: Christine Franz Germany 2017 104m

With English Subtitles

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Dir: Mark Baker UK 2017 73m

Dir: Ritesh Batra UK 2017 108m

Dir: Park Chan-wook South Korea 2016 145m

Starring: Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy

Dir: Pablo Larraín Chile 2016 108m

See page 1 for details.

Starring: Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling

Starring: Kim Min-hee, Kim Tae-ri

Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling team up in this mesmerising adaptation of Julian Barnes’s novel about ageing, memory, jealousy, and the lies we tell ourselves to survive. The film follows Tony, a semi-retired and divorced curmudgeon, skilled at subjectively ordering his own history. But the possibility of an alternate reality arises when the diary of his best friend is bequeathed to him after his mysterious suicide.

When the infamous director of Oldboy helms an erotic period thriller, all bets are off. In Japan-colonised Korea, two thieves pose as a handmaiden and a count to swindle a Japanese heiress out of her fortune and dump her in the madhouse. But nothing proves simple once the maid and the heiress fall madly in lust. Shocking twists and feverish pacing ensure there’s never a dull moment in this lavish bodice-ripper inspired by the novel ‘Fingersmith’ by Sarah Waters. Chicago Film Festival

Films about how movies get made form a fascinating genre unto themselves. To classics like Singin’ in the Rain and The Bad and the Beautiful add the delightful comedy Their Finest, the story of the British film industry during the war, charged with buoying the spirits of people living in fear of the Blitz. There are standout performances from Gemma Arterton as a fledgling scriptwriter, and Bill Nighy as a past-his-prime, but still pompous actor, who latches onto the young scenarist.

Thanks to their sweary rants about modern England, Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods have been called “the angriest band in Britain”. Bunch of Kunst tells the story of three guys taking on the music business on their own terms.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Dir: Terence Davies UK 2016 125m

Dir: Raoul Peck US 2016 93m

(PG) 129m

Starring: Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle

When James Baldwin died in 1987, he left behind 30 pages of a book that was to be a personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his friends – Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Using Baldwin’s words only, Raoul Peck envisions the book the author never finished, to deliver a radical study of race in America – connecting the evolution of the Civil Rights movement to the current immediacy of #BlackLivesMatter

Acclaimed director Terence Davies returns with a luminous and deeply moving biopic of poet Emily Dickinson, played with virtuosity by Cynthia Nixon. A recluse who eventually boarded herself up in her bedroom, A Quiet Passion details many facets of her character: her wit, melancholy, and her poetry’s transcendent ability to connect with other people in ways she could not.

TUE 11, 7.30PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THE LOST CITY OF Z (15) 141m THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) 104m

Join Peppa in this exciting new preschool cinema experience! A collection of nine brand new episodes connected with never-before-seen interactive entertainment, featuring live action Peppa and George, and their friend Daisy. Family Matinee Prices apply. SAT 15, 2.45PM

FREE DRAWING WORKSHOP FOR LITTLE ONES (60m)

Family Matinee Prices apply FROM FRI 7

RAW

(18)

With English Subtitles Dir: Julia Ducournau France 2016 99m Starring: Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 14

IN THE LOUNGE

“With his brilliant mise en scène, Park plays with taboos, genres, and styles to create not only a provocative film, but also a sumptuous feast for the eyes, the mind, and the heart.” TIFF

FROM FRI 7

A tapestry of footage collected over the 25-year career of documentary cinematographer Kirsten Johnson.

IN THE LOUNGE

DANCER (12A) 120m An unprecedented look into the life of Sergei Polunin, a complex young man who has made ballet go viral.

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON

Dir: William Oldroyd UK 2016 89m Starring: Florence Pugh, Christopher Fairbank

Acclaimed theatre director William Oldroyd relocates Nikolai Leskov’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk to 19th-century England, in this Gothic tale about a young woman trapped in a marriage of convenience whose passionate affair unleashes a maelstrom of murder and mayhem on a country estate.

MON 24, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 21

CAMERAPERSON (15) 102m

LADY MACBETH (CERT TBC)

Mostly British Film Festival

SUN 16, 1.45PM We’ll be showing the 167m Director’s Cut!

“Florence Pugh announces herself as a major talent to watch in William Oldroyd’s impressively tough-minded Victorian tragedy.” Variety

With English Subtitles

A full-blooded, insane mix of martial arts and “sweet, sweet violence” not to be missed.

THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

Mon 3

Starring: Gael García Bernal, Luis Gnecco

It’s 1948 and legendary communist poet and senator, Pablo Neruda, is on the run after the Chilean government issues a warrant for his arrest. Across Chile, Neruda eludes a fictional, self-important Clouseau-like detective who’s attempting to make a name for himself. “Larraín’s heady blend of fact and fancy is many things at once: a loving, kaleidoscopic recreation of a particular historical moment; a comical cat-and-mouse game; and a pocket epic.” Film Society Lincoln Center

SAT 15, 1.15PM

THE EAGLE HUNTRESS (U) 87m

THU 13, 10.15AM & 1.30PM

A QUIET PASSION (12A) 125m See page 1 for details.

Set against the breath-taking expanse of the Mongolian steppe, a 13-year-old girl trains to become the first female in 12 generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter.

TUE 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Tue 4

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m A delightful comedy which tells the story of the British film industry during the war.

Wed 5

Thu 6

SAT 22, 1PM

THE BEST OF THE LONDON INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL 2016 (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

IN THE LOUNGE

HEADSHOT (18) 120m

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15) 108m See page 2 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. A programme created by kids, for kids. There’ll Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70. be talking animals, seriously fun adventures and tales that spark all those little imaginations. Adults are allowed in if they have permission from their kids. This screening is suitable for children of all ages but is specifically aimed at 4-12 year-olds.

Fri 7

Sat 8

(CERT TBC) Dir: Christopher Menaul UK 2017 RT TBC

SAT 29, 12.45PM

Starring: Jenny Seagrove, John Hannah

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A drama set during World War II, when the island of Jersey was occupied by the Nazis, that’s based on the true story of Louisa Gould, who took in an escaped Russian POW and hid him over the course of the war.

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m

LADY MACBETH

See page 3 for details.

HEADSHOT

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

TUE 18, 6PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

CAMERAPERSON

APRIL 2017

Learn how to draw Peppa and her piggy-verse! To book a place, show your Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience ticket to the box office. Places are limited, so reserve in advance! Children must be accompanied by an adult.

DANCER

A QUIET PASSION I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO RAW THE SENSE OF AN ENDING THE HANDMAIDEN LADY MACBETH

FROM FRI 31 MAR

RAW

THEIR FINEST

Following in the footsteps of her parents and older sister, shy 16-year-old Justine, enrolls in veterinary school. Desperate to fit in, she enters a world of excess, and, although a committed vegetarian, caves to the peer pressure to eat raw meat during an initiation ritual, awaking a dormant hunger for flesh within the teenager.

SUN 16, 3.45PM INTRODUCTION AND POST-SCREENING DISCUSSION LED BY DR MARTIN GLYNN Dr Martin Glynn is an internationally renowned educator, theatre director and dramatist who has written for theatre, radio, and television. He has also published many poetry and children’s books. As a renowned criminologist, Dr Glynn has over 3 decades of experience of working in criminal justice, public health, and educational settings.

FROM FRI 28

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DOUGAL AND THE BLUE CAT

SAT 8, 10.45AM

(U) 79m

The magical, musical and frequently surreal feature film version from 1970 of one of the all-time favourite children’s TV shows, The Magic Roundabout.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) 129m Disney’s animated classic come to life in this dazzling new version starring Emma Watson.

Sun 9

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 Who’s Gonna Love Me Now 15 + Live By Satelitte Q&A 4:00 and Choir p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 The Lego Batman Movie U 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A DJ Set - Cafebar 10pm

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Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 1:45 Beauty and the Beast PG p4 Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 Dancer 12A p2 Beauty and the Beast Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 10:45

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 The Music of Strangers 12A p11 Dancer 12A p2

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Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the Beast PG p1 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 1UP Videgame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Dancer 12A p2

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 11:30 Beauty and the... PG See web 12:15 3:15 Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Lego Batman Movie U See web Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 The Eagle Huntress U p4 Drawing Workshop 2.45pm

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Lego Batman Movie U See web Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 Local Hero PG p11 Short Stack p10 The Handmaiden Director’s Cut 18 p2 DJ Set - Cafebar 7pm

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 11:30 Beauty and the... PG See web 12:15 3:15 Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 2:00 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 3:15 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 10:00 12:00 1:45 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 Sorry, Wrong Number PG + Kamila Shamsie p8 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 10:30 1:30 2:00 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 12:45 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 10:00 12:00 3:15 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 NT LIVE: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are... 12A p11 Wine Tasting Lounge 7.30pm Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 The Dream is Sweeter Than The Taste - Six.By Seven + Q&A p10 Their Finest - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p4 10:30 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web Film Quiz - Cafebar 8.45pm

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Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 RSC LIVE: Julius Caesar 12A p11 The Shadow and the Substance + Tom Pickard p9 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 10:30 1:30 5:45 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 5:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES TBC Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES TBC Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web 4:00 3:00

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Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ Set - Mezz Bar 8pm

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Lady Macbeth p3 1:45 4:00 6:30 Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 Neruda 15 p3 TIMES TBC Dougal and the Blue Cat U p4 12:45 Mindhorn 15 - Preview + Q&A p10 TIMES TBC More Films TBC - See Web

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Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 The Dreamed Ones PG p10 Robocop 18 p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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5:55 7:45

BOX OFFICE

Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 5:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES TBC Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES TBC The Secret Life of Walter Mitty PG p11 2:00 MET OPERA ENCORE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 12:00 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 Mad to be Normal 15 p10 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES The Best of the London International Animation Festival 2016 U p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Tue 25

5:45 5:30 TBC TBC

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OPEN: Mon -Sat from 9am, Sun from 10am. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. NO PHONE OR ONLINE BOOKING FEE. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Adult: £8.40 Conc: £6.50 Member Full: £6.50 Member Conc: £5.40 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £5.00 Family Matinee: £3.70 Supportive Env’t £3.70

PINK times indicate an intro before screening. ORANGE indicates Q&A after screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN indicates Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates Supportive Environment screening. RED indicates Silver Screen screening. BROWN indicates subtitled for hard of hearing.


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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.70 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

APRIL 2017

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Sat 1

FREE FIRE (15) 90m THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAYS

Sun 2

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) Normal ticket prices apply

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

FROM FRI 7

A QUIET PASSION

(12A)

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO (CERT TBC)

PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15)

THE HANDMAIDEN (18)

THEIR FINEST (12A)

BUNCH OF KUNST (CERT TBC)

NERUDA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Lone Scherfig UK 2016 117m

Dir: Christine Franz Germany 2017 104m

With English Subtitles

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Dir: Mark Baker UK 2017 73m

Dir: Ritesh Batra UK 2017 108m

Dir: Park Chan-wook South Korea 2016 145m

Starring: Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy

Dir: Pablo Larraín Chile 2016 108m

See page 1 for details.

Starring: Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling

Starring: Kim Min-hee, Kim Tae-ri

Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling team up in this mesmerising adaptation of Julian Barnes’s novel about ageing, memory, jealousy, and the lies we tell ourselves to survive. The film follows Tony, a semi-retired and divorced curmudgeon, skilled at subjectively ordering his own history. But the possibility of an alternate reality arises when the diary of his best friend is bequeathed to him after his mysterious suicide.

When the infamous director of Oldboy helms an erotic period thriller, all bets are off. In Japan-colonised Korea, two thieves pose as a handmaiden and a count to swindle a Japanese heiress out of her fortune and dump her in the madhouse. But nothing proves simple once the maid and the heiress fall madly in lust. Shocking twists and feverish pacing ensure there’s never a dull moment in this lavish bodice-ripper inspired by the novel ‘Fingersmith’ by Sarah Waters. Chicago Film Festival

Films about how movies get made form a fascinating genre unto themselves. To classics like Singin’ in the Rain and The Bad and the Beautiful add the delightful comedy Their Finest, the story of the British film industry during the war, charged with buoying the spirits of people living in fear of the Blitz. There are standout performances from Gemma Arterton as a fledgling scriptwriter, and Bill Nighy as a past-his-prime, but still pompous actor, who latches onto the young scenarist.

Thanks to their sweary rants about modern England, Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods have been called “the angriest band in Britain”. Bunch of Kunst tells the story of three guys taking on the music business on their own terms.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Dir: Terence Davies UK 2016 125m

Dir: Raoul Peck US 2016 93m

(PG) 129m

Starring: Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle

When James Baldwin died in 1987, he left behind 30 pages of a book that was to be a personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his friends – Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Using Baldwin’s words only, Raoul Peck envisions the book the author never finished, to deliver a radical study of race in America – connecting the evolution of the Civil Rights movement to the current immediacy of #BlackLivesMatter

Acclaimed director Terence Davies returns with a luminous and deeply moving biopic of poet Emily Dickinson, played with virtuosity by Cynthia Nixon. A recluse who eventually boarded herself up in her bedroom, A Quiet Passion details many facets of her character: her wit, melancholy, and her poetry’s transcendent ability to connect with other people in ways she could not.

TUE 11, 7.30PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THE LOST CITY OF Z (15) 141m THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) 104m

Join Peppa in this exciting new preschool cinema experience! A collection of nine brand new episodes connected with never-before-seen interactive entertainment, featuring live action Peppa and George, and their friend Daisy. Family Matinee Prices apply. SAT 15, 2.45PM

FREE DRAWING WORKSHOP FOR LITTLE ONES (60m)

Family Matinee Prices apply FROM FRI 7

RAW

(18)

With English Subtitles Dir: Julia Ducournau France 2016 99m Starring: Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 14

IN THE LOUNGE

“With his brilliant mise en scène, Park plays with taboos, genres, and styles to create not only a provocative film, but also a sumptuous feast for the eyes, the mind, and the heart.” TIFF

FROM FRI 7

A tapestry of footage collected over the 25-year career of documentary cinematographer Kirsten Johnson.

IN THE LOUNGE

DANCER (12A) 120m An unprecedented look into the life of Sergei Polunin, a complex young man who has made ballet go viral.

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON

Dir: William Oldroyd UK 2016 89m Starring: Florence Pugh, Christopher Fairbank

Acclaimed theatre director William Oldroyd relocates Nikolai Leskov’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk to 19th-century England, in this Gothic tale about a young woman trapped in a marriage of convenience whose passionate affair unleashes a maelstrom of murder and mayhem on a country estate.

MON 24, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 21

CAMERAPERSON (15) 102m

LADY MACBETH (CERT TBC)

Mostly British Film Festival

SUN 16, 1.45PM We’ll be showing the 167m Director’s Cut!

“Florence Pugh announces herself as a major talent to watch in William Oldroyd’s impressively tough-minded Victorian tragedy.” Variety

With English Subtitles

A full-blooded, insane mix of martial arts and “sweet, sweet violence” not to be missed.

THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

Mon 3

Starring: Gael García Bernal, Luis Gnecco

It’s 1948 and legendary communist poet and senator, Pablo Neruda, is on the run after the Chilean government issues a warrant for his arrest. Across Chile, Neruda eludes a fictional, self-important Clouseau-like detective who’s attempting to make a name for himself. “Larraín’s heady blend of fact and fancy is many things at once: a loving, kaleidoscopic recreation of a particular historical moment; a comical cat-and-mouse game; and a pocket epic.” Film Society Lincoln Center

SAT 15, 1.15PM

THE EAGLE HUNTRESS (U) 87m

THU 13, 10.15AM & 1.30PM

A QUIET PASSION (12A) 125m See page 1 for details.

Set against the breath-taking expanse of the Mongolian steppe, a 13-year-old girl trains to become the first female in 12 generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter.

TUE 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Tue 4

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m A delightful comedy which tells the story of the British film industry during the war.

Wed 5

Thu 6

SAT 22, 1PM

THE BEST OF THE LONDON INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL 2016 (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

IN THE LOUNGE

HEADSHOT (18) 120m

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15) 108m See page 2 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. A programme created by kids, for kids. There’ll Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70. be talking animals, seriously fun adventures and tales that spark all those little imaginations. Adults are allowed in if they have permission from their kids. This screening is suitable for children of all ages but is specifically aimed at 4-12 year-olds.

Fri 7

Sat 8

(CERT TBC) Dir: Christopher Menaul UK 2017 RT TBC

SAT 29, 12.45PM

Starring: Jenny Seagrove, John Hannah

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A drama set during World War II, when the island of Jersey was occupied by the Nazis, that’s based on the true story of Louisa Gould, who took in an escaped Russian POW and hid him over the course of the war.

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m

LADY MACBETH

See page 3 for details.

HEADSHOT

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

TUE 18, 6PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

CAMERAPERSON

APRIL 2017

Learn how to draw Peppa and her piggy-verse! To book a place, show your Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience ticket to the box office. Places are limited, so reserve in advance! Children must be accompanied by an adult.

DANCER

A QUIET PASSION I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO RAW THE SENSE OF AN ENDING THE HANDMAIDEN LADY MACBETH

FROM FRI 31 MAR

RAW

THEIR FINEST

Following in the footsteps of her parents and older sister, shy 16-year-old Justine, enrolls in veterinary school. Desperate to fit in, she enters a world of excess, and, although a committed vegetarian, caves to the peer pressure to eat raw meat during an initiation ritual, awaking a dormant hunger for flesh within the teenager.

SUN 16, 3.45PM INTRODUCTION AND POST-SCREENING DISCUSSION LED BY DR MARTIN GLYNN Dr Martin Glynn is an internationally renowned educator, theatre director and dramatist who has written for theatre, radio, and television. He has also published many poetry and children’s books. As a renowned criminologist, Dr Glynn has over 3 decades of experience of working in criminal justice, public health, and educational settings.

FROM FRI 28

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DOUGAL AND THE BLUE CAT

SAT 8, 10.45AM

(U) 79m

The magical, musical and frequently surreal feature film version from 1970 of one of the all-time favourite children’s TV shows, The Magic Roundabout.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) 129m Disney’s animated classic come to life in this dazzling new version starring Emma Watson.

Sun 9

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

6:15 4:30 5:00

4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 Who’s Gonna Love Me Now 15 + Live By Satelitte Q&A 4:00 and Choir p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 The Lego Batman Movie U 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A DJ Set - Cafebar 10pm

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Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 The Music of Strangers 12A p11 Dancer 12A p2

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Lego Batman Movie U See web Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 Local Hero PG p11 Short Stack p10 The Handmaiden Director’s Cut 18 p2 DJ Set - Cafebar 7pm

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Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 The Dream is Sweeter Than The Taste - Six.By Seven + Q&A p10 Their Finest - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p4 10:30 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web Film Quiz - Cafebar 8.45pm

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Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 RSC LIVE: Julius Caesar 12A p11 The Shadow and the Substance + Tom Pickard p9 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 10:30 1:30 5:45 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 5:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES TBC Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES TBC Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web 4:00 3:00

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Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ Set - Mezz Bar 8pm

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Lady Macbeth p3 1:45 4:00 6:30 Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 Neruda 15 p3 TIMES TBC Dougal and the Blue Cat U p4 12:45 Mindhorn 15 - Preview + Q&A p10 TIMES TBC More Films TBC - See Web

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Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 The Dreamed Ones PG p10 Robocop 18 p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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BOX OFFICE

Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 5:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES TBC Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES TBC The Secret Life of Walter Mitty PG p11 2:00 MET OPERA ENCORE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 12:00 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 Mad to be Normal 15 p10 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES The Best of the London International Animation Festival 2016 U p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Tue 25

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OPEN: Mon -Sat from 9am, Sun from 10am. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. NO PHONE OR ONLINE BOOKING FEE. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Adult: £8.40 Conc: £6.50 Member Full: £6.50 Member Conc: £5.40 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £5.00 Family Matinee: £3.70 Supportive Env’t £3.70

PINK times indicate an intro before screening. ORANGE indicates Q&A after screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN indicates Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates Supportive Environment screening. RED indicates Silver Screen screening. BROWN indicates subtitled for hard of hearing.


CONTINUING INTO APRIL

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.70 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

APRIL 2017

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Sat 1

FREE FIRE (15) 90m THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAYS

Sun 2

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) Normal ticket prices apply

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

FROM FRI 7

A QUIET PASSION

(12A)

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO (CERT TBC)

PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15)

THE HANDMAIDEN (18)

THEIR FINEST (12A)

BUNCH OF KUNST (CERT TBC)

NERUDA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Lone Scherfig UK 2016 117m

Dir: Christine Franz Germany 2017 104m

With English Subtitles

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Dir: Mark Baker UK 2017 73m

Dir: Ritesh Batra UK 2017 108m

Dir: Park Chan-wook South Korea 2016 145m

Starring: Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy

Dir: Pablo Larraín Chile 2016 108m

See page 1 for details.

Starring: Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling

Starring: Kim Min-hee, Kim Tae-ri

Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling team up in this mesmerising adaptation of Julian Barnes’s novel about ageing, memory, jealousy, and the lies we tell ourselves to survive. The film follows Tony, a semi-retired and divorced curmudgeon, skilled at subjectively ordering his own history. But the possibility of an alternate reality arises when the diary of his best friend is bequeathed to him after his mysterious suicide.

When the infamous director of Oldboy helms an erotic period thriller, all bets are off. In Japan-colonised Korea, two thieves pose as a handmaiden and a count to swindle a Japanese heiress out of her fortune and dump her in the madhouse. But nothing proves simple once the maid and the heiress fall madly in lust. Shocking twists and feverish pacing ensure there’s never a dull moment in this lavish bodice-ripper inspired by the novel ‘Fingersmith’ by Sarah Waters. Chicago Film Festival

Films about how movies get made form a fascinating genre unto themselves. To classics like Singin’ in the Rain and The Bad and the Beautiful add the delightful comedy Their Finest, the story of the British film industry during the war, charged with buoying the spirits of people living in fear of the Blitz. There are standout performances from Gemma Arterton as a fledgling scriptwriter, and Bill Nighy as a past-his-prime, but still pompous actor, who latches onto the young scenarist.

Thanks to their sweary rants about modern England, Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods have been called “the angriest band in Britain”. Bunch of Kunst tells the story of three guys taking on the music business on their own terms.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Dir: Terence Davies UK 2016 125m

Dir: Raoul Peck US 2016 93m

(PG) 129m

Starring: Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle

When James Baldwin died in 1987, he left behind 30 pages of a book that was to be a personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his friends – Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Using Baldwin’s words only, Raoul Peck envisions the book the author never finished, to deliver a radical study of race in America – connecting the evolution of the Civil Rights movement to the current immediacy of #BlackLivesMatter

Acclaimed director Terence Davies returns with a luminous and deeply moving biopic of poet Emily Dickinson, played with virtuosity by Cynthia Nixon. A recluse who eventually boarded herself up in her bedroom, A Quiet Passion details many facets of her character: her wit, melancholy, and her poetry’s transcendent ability to connect with other people in ways she could not.

TUE 11, 7.30PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THE LOST CITY OF Z (15) 141m THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) 104m

Join Peppa in this exciting new preschool cinema experience! A collection of nine brand new episodes connected with never-before-seen interactive entertainment, featuring live action Peppa and George, and their friend Daisy. Family Matinee Prices apply. SAT 15, 2.45PM

FREE DRAWING WORKSHOP FOR LITTLE ONES (60m)

Family Matinee Prices apply FROM FRI 7

RAW

(18)

With English Subtitles Dir: Julia Ducournau France 2016 99m Starring: Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 14

IN THE LOUNGE

“With his brilliant mise en scène, Park plays with taboos, genres, and styles to create not only a provocative film, but also a sumptuous feast for the eyes, the mind, and the heart.” TIFF

FROM FRI 7

A tapestry of footage collected over the 25-year career of documentary cinematographer Kirsten Johnson.

IN THE LOUNGE

DANCER (12A) 120m An unprecedented look into the life of Sergei Polunin, a complex young man who has made ballet go viral.

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON

Dir: William Oldroyd UK 2016 89m Starring: Florence Pugh, Christopher Fairbank

Acclaimed theatre director William Oldroyd relocates Nikolai Leskov’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk to 19th-century England, in this Gothic tale about a young woman trapped in a marriage of convenience whose passionate affair unleashes a maelstrom of murder and mayhem on a country estate.

MON 24, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 21

CAMERAPERSON (15) 102m

LADY MACBETH (CERT TBC)

Mostly British Film Festival

SUN 16, 1.45PM We’ll be showing the 167m Director’s Cut!

“Florence Pugh announces herself as a major talent to watch in William Oldroyd’s impressively tough-minded Victorian tragedy.” Variety

With English Subtitles

A full-blooded, insane mix of martial arts and “sweet, sweet violence” not to be missed.

THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

Mon 3

Starring: Gael García Bernal, Luis Gnecco

It’s 1948 and legendary communist poet and senator, Pablo Neruda, is on the run after the Chilean government issues a warrant for his arrest. Across Chile, Neruda eludes a fictional, self-important Clouseau-like detective who’s attempting to make a name for himself. “Larraín’s heady blend of fact and fancy is many things at once: a loving, kaleidoscopic recreation of a particular historical moment; a comical cat-and-mouse game; and a pocket epic.” Film Society Lincoln Center

SAT 15, 1.15PM

THE EAGLE HUNTRESS (U) 87m

THU 13, 10.15AM & 1.30PM

A QUIET PASSION (12A) 125m See page 1 for details.

Set against the breath-taking expanse of the Mongolian steppe, a 13-year-old girl trains to become the first female in 12 generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter.

TUE 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Tue 4

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m A delightful comedy which tells the story of the British film industry during the war.

Wed 5

Thu 6

SAT 22, 1PM

THE BEST OF THE LONDON INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL 2016 (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

IN THE LOUNGE

HEADSHOT (18) 120m

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15) 108m See page 2 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. A programme created by kids, for kids. There’ll Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70. be talking animals, seriously fun adventures and tales that spark all those little imaginations. Adults are allowed in if they have permission from their kids. This screening is suitable for children of all ages but is specifically aimed at 4-12 year-olds.

Fri 7

Sat 8

(CERT TBC) Dir: Christopher Menaul UK 2017 RT TBC

SAT 29, 12.45PM

Starring: Jenny Seagrove, John Hannah

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A drama set during World War II, when the island of Jersey was occupied by the Nazis, that’s based on the true story of Louisa Gould, who took in an escaped Russian POW and hid him over the course of the war.

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m

LADY MACBETH

See page 3 for details.

HEADSHOT

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

TUE 18, 6PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

CAMERAPERSON

APRIL 2017

Learn how to draw Peppa and her piggy-verse! To book a place, show your Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience ticket to the box office. Places are limited, so reserve in advance! Children must be accompanied by an adult.

DANCER

A QUIET PASSION I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO RAW THE SENSE OF AN ENDING THE HANDMAIDEN LADY MACBETH

FROM FRI 31 MAR

RAW

THEIR FINEST

Following in the footsteps of her parents and older sister, shy 16-year-old Justine, enrolls in veterinary school. Desperate to fit in, she enters a world of excess, and, although a committed vegetarian, caves to the peer pressure to eat raw meat during an initiation ritual, awaking a dormant hunger for flesh within the teenager.

SUN 16, 3.45PM INTRODUCTION AND POST-SCREENING DISCUSSION LED BY DR MARTIN GLYNN Dr Martin Glynn is an internationally renowned educator, theatre director and dramatist who has written for theatre, radio, and television. He has also published many poetry and children’s books. As a renowned criminologist, Dr Glynn has over 3 decades of experience of working in criminal justice, public health, and educational settings.

FROM FRI 28

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DOUGAL AND THE BLUE CAT

SAT 8, 10.45AM

(U) 79m

The magical, musical and frequently surreal feature film version from 1970 of one of the all-time favourite children’s TV shows, The Magic Roundabout.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) 129m Disney’s animated classic come to life in this dazzling new version starring Emma Watson.

Sun 9

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 Who’s Gonna Love Me Now 15 + Live By Satelitte Q&A 4:00 and Choir p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:45 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 10:30 1:30 The Very Private Life of Mister Sim p11 NT LIVE: Twelfth Night 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 The Lego Batman Movie U 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A DJ Set - Cafebar 10pm

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Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 1:45 Beauty and the Beast PG p4 Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 Dancer 12A p2 Beauty and the Beast Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 10:45

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 The Music of Strangers 12A p11 Dancer 12A p2

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Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the Beast PG p1 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 1UP Videgame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Dancer 12A p2

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Lego Batman Movie U See web Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 Local Hero PG p11 Short Stack p10 The Handmaiden Director’s Cut 18 p2 DJ Set - Cafebar 7pm

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 11:30 Beauty and the... PG See web 12:15 3:15 Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 2:00 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 3:15 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 10:00 12:00 1:45 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 Sorry, Wrong Number PG + Kamila Shamsie p8 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 10:30 1:30 2:00 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 12:45 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 10:00 12:00 3:15 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 NT LIVE: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are... 12A p11 Wine Tasting Lounge 7.30pm Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 The Dream is Sweeter Than The Taste - Six.By Seven + Q&A p10 Their Finest - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p4 10:30 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web Film Quiz - Cafebar 8.45pm

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Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 RSC LIVE: Julius Caesar 12A p11 The Shadow and the Substance + Tom Pickard p9 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ Set - Mezz Bar 8pm

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Lady Macbeth p3 1:45 4:00 6:30 Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 Neruda 15 p3 TIMES TBC Dougal and the Blue Cat U p4 12:45 Mindhorn 15 - Preview + Q&A p10 TIMES TBC More Films TBC - See Web

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Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 The Dreamed Ones PG p10 Robocop 18 p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 5:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES TBC Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES TBC The Secret Life of Walter Mitty PG p11 2:00 MET OPERA ENCORE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 12:00 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 Mad to be Normal 15 p10 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES The Best of the London International Animation Festival 2016 U p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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OPEN: Mon -Sat from 9am, Sun from 10am. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. NO PHONE OR ONLINE BOOKING FEE. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Adult: £8.40 Conc: £6.50 Member Full: £6.50 Member Conc: £5.40 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £5.00 Family Matinee: £3.70 Supportive Env’t £3.70

PINK times indicate an intro before screening. ORANGE indicates Q&A after screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN indicates Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates Supportive Environment screening. RED indicates Silver Screen screening. BROWN indicates subtitled for hard of hearing.


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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.70 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

APRIL 2017

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Sat 1

FREE FIRE (15) 90m THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAYS

Sun 2

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) Normal ticket prices apply

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

FROM FRI 7

A QUIET PASSION

(12A)

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO (CERT TBC)

PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15)

THE HANDMAIDEN (18)

THEIR FINEST (12A)

BUNCH OF KUNST (CERT TBC)

NERUDA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Lone Scherfig UK 2016 117m

Dir: Christine Franz Germany 2017 104m

With English Subtitles

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Dir: Mark Baker UK 2017 73m

Dir: Ritesh Batra UK 2017 108m

Dir: Park Chan-wook South Korea 2016 145m

Starring: Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy

Dir: Pablo Larraín Chile 2016 108m

See page 1 for details.

Starring: Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling

Starring: Kim Min-hee, Kim Tae-ri

Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling team up in this mesmerising adaptation of Julian Barnes’s novel about ageing, memory, jealousy, and the lies we tell ourselves to survive. The film follows Tony, a semi-retired and divorced curmudgeon, skilled at subjectively ordering his own history. But the possibility of an alternate reality arises when the diary of his best friend is bequeathed to him after his mysterious suicide.

When the infamous director of Oldboy helms an erotic period thriller, all bets are off. In Japan-colonised Korea, two thieves pose as a handmaiden and a count to swindle a Japanese heiress out of her fortune and dump her in the madhouse. But nothing proves simple once the maid and the heiress fall madly in lust. Shocking twists and feverish pacing ensure there’s never a dull moment in this lavish bodice-ripper inspired by the novel ‘Fingersmith’ by Sarah Waters. Chicago Film Festival

Films about how movies get made form a fascinating genre unto themselves. To classics like Singin’ in the Rain and The Bad and the Beautiful add the delightful comedy Their Finest, the story of the British film industry during the war, charged with buoying the spirits of people living in fear of the Blitz. There are standout performances from Gemma Arterton as a fledgling scriptwriter, and Bill Nighy as a past-his-prime, but still pompous actor, who latches onto the young scenarist.

Thanks to their sweary rants about modern England, Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods have been called “the angriest band in Britain”. Bunch of Kunst tells the story of three guys taking on the music business on their own terms.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Dir: Terence Davies UK 2016 125m

Dir: Raoul Peck US 2016 93m

(PG) 129m

Starring: Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle

When James Baldwin died in 1987, he left behind 30 pages of a book that was to be a personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his friends – Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Using Baldwin’s words only, Raoul Peck envisions the book the author never finished, to deliver a radical study of race in America – connecting the evolution of the Civil Rights movement to the current immediacy of #BlackLivesMatter

Acclaimed director Terence Davies returns with a luminous and deeply moving biopic of poet Emily Dickinson, played with virtuosity by Cynthia Nixon. A recluse who eventually boarded herself up in her bedroom, A Quiet Passion details many facets of her character: her wit, melancholy, and her poetry’s transcendent ability to connect with other people in ways she could not.

TUE 11, 7.30PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THE LOST CITY OF Z (15) 141m THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) 104m

Join Peppa in this exciting new preschool cinema experience! A collection of nine brand new episodes connected with never-before-seen interactive entertainment, featuring live action Peppa and George, and their friend Daisy. Family Matinee Prices apply. SAT 15, 2.45PM

FREE DRAWING WORKSHOP FOR LITTLE ONES (60m)

Family Matinee Prices apply FROM FRI 7

RAW

(18)

With English Subtitles Dir: Julia Ducournau France 2016 99m Starring: Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 14

IN THE LOUNGE

“With his brilliant mise en scène, Park plays with taboos, genres, and styles to create not only a provocative film, but also a sumptuous feast for the eyes, the mind, and the heart.” TIFF

FROM FRI 7

A tapestry of footage collected over the 25-year career of documentary cinematographer Kirsten Johnson.

IN THE LOUNGE

DANCER (12A) 120m An unprecedented look into the life of Sergei Polunin, a complex young man who has made ballet go viral.

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON

Dir: William Oldroyd UK 2016 89m Starring: Florence Pugh, Christopher Fairbank

Acclaimed theatre director William Oldroyd relocates Nikolai Leskov’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk to 19th-century England, in this Gothic tale about a young woman trapped in a marriage of convenience whose passionate affair unleashes a maelstrom of murder and mayhem on a country estate.

MON 24, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 21

CAMERAPERSON (15) 102m

LADY MACBETH (CERT TBC)

Mostly British Film Festival

SUN 16, 1.45PM We’ll be showing the 167m Director’s Cut!

“Florence Pugh announces herself as a major talent to watch in William Oldroyd’s impressively tough-minded Victorian tragedy.” Variety

With English Subtitles

A full-blooded, insane mix of martial arts and “sweet, sweet violence” not to be missed.

THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

Mon 3

Starring: Gael García Bernal, Luis Gnecco

It’s 1948 and legendary communist poet and senator, Pablo Neruda, is on the run after the Chilean government issues a warrant for his arrest. Across Chile, Neruda eludes a fictional, self-important Clouseau-like detective who’s attempting to make a name for himself. “Larraín’s heady blend of fact and fancy is many things at once: a loving, kaleidoscopic recreation of a particular historical moment; a comical cat-and-mouse game; and a pocket epic.” Film Society Lincoln Center

SAT 15, 1.15PM

THE EAGLE HUNTRESS (U) 87m

THU 13, 10.15AM & 1.30PM

A QUIET PASSION (12A) 125m See page 1 for details.

Set against the breath-taking expanse of the Mongolian steppe, a 13-year-old girl trains to become the first female in 12 generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter.

TUE 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Tue 4

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m A delightful comedy which tells the story of the British film industry during the war.

Wed 5

Thu 6

SAT 22, 1PM

THE BEST OF THE LONDON INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL 2016 (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

IN THE LOUNGE

HEADSHOT (18) 120m

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15) 108m See page 2 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. A programme created by kids, for kids. There’ll Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70. be talking animals, seriously fun adventures and tales that spark all those little imaginations. Adults are allowed in if they have permission from their kids. This screening is suitable for children of all ages but is specifically aimed at 4-12 year-olds.

Fri 7

Sat 8

(CERT TBC) Dir: Christopher Menaul UK 2017 RT TBC

SAT 29, 12.45PM

Starring: Jenny Seagrove, John Hannah

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A drama set during World War II, when the island of Jersey was occupied by the Nazis, that’s based on the true story of Louisa Gould, who took in an escaped Russian POW and hid him over the course of the war.

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m

LADY MACBETH

See page 3 for details.

HEADSHOT

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TUE 18, 6PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

CAMERAPERSON

APRIL 2017

Learn how to draw Peppa and her piggy-verse! To book a place, show your Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience ticket to the box office. Places are limited, so reserve in advance! Children must be accompanied by an adult.

DANCER

A QUIET PASSION I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO RAW THE SENSE OF AN ENDING THE HANDMAIDEN LADY MACBETH

FROM FRI 31 MAR

RAW

THEIR FINEST

Following in the footsteps of her parents and older sister, shy 16-year-old Justine, enrolls in veterinary school. Desperate to fit in, she enters a world of excess, and, although a committed vegetarian, caves to the peer pressure to eat raw meat during an initiation ritual, awaking a dormant hunger for flesh within the teenager.

SUN 16, 3.45PM INTRODUCTION AND POST-SCREENING DISCUSSION LED BY DR MARTIN GLYNN Dr Martin Glynn is an internationally renowned educator, theatre director and dramatist who has written for theatre, radio, and television. He has also published many poetry and children’s books. As a renowned criminologist, Dr Glynn has over 3 decades of experience of working in criminal justice, public health, and educational settings.

FROM FRI 28

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DOUGAL AND THE BLUE CAT

SAT 8, 10.45AM

(U) 79m

The magical, musical and frequently surreal feature film version from 1970 of one of the all-time favourite children’s TV shows, The Magic Roundabout.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) 129m Disney’s animated classic come to life in this dazzling new version starring Emma Watson.

Sun 9

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 Who’s Gonna Love Me Now 15 + Live By Satelitte Q&A 4:00 and Choir p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:45 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 10:30 1:30 The Very Private Life of Mister Sim p11 NT LIVE: Twelfth Night 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 The Lego Batman Movie U 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A DJ Set - Cafebar 10pm

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Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 1:45 Beauty and the Beast PG p4 Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 Dancer 12A p2 Beauty and the Beast Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 10:45

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Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 The Music of Strangers 12A p11 Dancer 12A p2

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Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the Beast PG p1 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 1UP Videgame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Dancer 12A p2

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 11:30 Beauty and the... PG See web 12:15 3:15 Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 2:00 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 3:15 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 10:00 12:00 1:45 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 Sorry, Wrong Number PG + Kamila Shamsie p8 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 10:30 1:30 2:00 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 12:45 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 10:00 12:00 3:15 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 NT LIVE: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are... 12A p11 Wine Tasting Lounge 7.30pm Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 RSC LIVE: Julius Caesar 12A p11 The Shadow and the Substance + Tom Pickard p9 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ Set - Mezz Bar 8pm

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Lady Macbeth p3 1:45 4:00 6:30 Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 Neruda 15 p3 TIMES TBC Dougal and the Blue Cat U p4 12:45 Mindhorn 15 - Preview + Q&A p10 TIMES TBC More Films TBC - See Web

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Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 The Dreamed Ones PG p10 Robocop 18 p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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5:55 7:45

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Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 5:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES TBC Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES TBC The Secret Life of Walter Mitty PG p11 2:00 MET OPERA ENCORE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 12:00 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 Mad to be Normal 15 p10 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Wed 26

7:30

7:45

Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES The Best of the London International Animation Festival 2016 U p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Tue 25

5:45 5:30 TBC TBC

8:30 8:15

7:45 8:30 8:15 8:45 7:45

OPEN: Mon -Sat from 9am, Sun from 10am. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. NO PHONE OR ONLINE BOOKING FEE. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Adult: £8.40 Conc: £6.50 Member Full: £6.50 Member Conc: £5.40 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £5.00 Family Matinee: £3.70 Supportive Env’t £3.70

PINK times indicate an intro before screening. ORANGE indicates Q&A after screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN indicates Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates Supportive Environment screening. RED indicates Silver Screen screening. BROWN indicates subtitled for hard of hearing.


CONTINUING INTO APRIL

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

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WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.70 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

APRIL 2017

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Sat 1

FREE FIRE (15) 90m THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAYS

Sun 2

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) Normal ticket prices apply

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

FROM FRI 7

A QUIET PASSION

(12A)

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO (CERT TBC)

PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15)

THE HANDMAIDEN (18)

THEIR FINEST (12A)

BUNCH OF KUNST (CERT TBC)

NERUDA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Lone Scherfig UK 2016 117m

Dir: Christine Franz Germany 2017 104m

With English Subtitles

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Dir: Mark Baker UK 2017 73m

Dir: Ritesh Batra UK 2017 108m

Dir: Park Chan-wook South Korea 2016 145m

Starring: Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy

Dir: Pablo Larraín Chile 2016 108m

See page 1 for details.

Starring: Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling

Starring: Kim Min-hee, Kim Tae-ri

Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling team up in this mesmerising adaptation of Julian Barnes’s novel about ageing, memory, jealousy, and the lies we tell ourselves to survive. The film follows Tony, a semi-retired and divorced curmudgeon, skilled at subjectively ordering his own history. But the possibility of an alternate reality arises when the diary of his best friend is bequeathed to him after his mysterious suicide.

When the infamous director of Oldboy helms an erotic period thriller, all bets are off. In Japan-colonised Korea, two thieves pose as a handmaiden and a count to swindle a Japanese heiress out of her fortune and dump her in the madhouse. But nothing proves simple once the maid and the heiress fall madly in lust. Shocking twists and feverish pacing ensure there’s never a dull moment in this lavish bodice-ripper inspired by the novel ‘Fingersmith’ by Sarah Waters. Chicago Film Festival

Films about how movies get made form a fascinating genre unto themselves. To classics like Singin’ in the Rain and The Bad and the Beautiful add the delightful comedy Their Finest, the story of the British film industry during the war, charged with buoying the spirits of people living in fear of the Blitz. There are standout performances from Gemma Arterton as a fledgling scriptwriter, and Bill Nighy as a past-his-prime, but still pompous actor, who latches onto the young scenarist.

Thanks to their sweary rants about modern England, Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods have been called “the angriest band in Britain”. Bunch of Kunst tells the story of three guys taking on the music business on their own terms.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Dir: Terence Davies UK 2016 125m

Dir: Raoul Peck US 2016 93m

(PG) 129m

Starring: Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle

When James Baldwin died in 1987, he left behind 30 pages of a book that was to be a personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his friends – Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Using Baldwin’s words only, Raoul Peck envisions the book the author never finished, to deliver a radical study of race in America – connecting the evolution of the Civil Rights movement to the current immediacy of #BlackLivesMatter

Acclaimed director Terence Davies returns with a luminous and deeply moving biopic of poet Emily Dickinson, played with virtuosity by Cynthia Nixon. A recluse who eventually boarded herself up in her bedroom, A Quiet Passion details many facets of her character: her wit, melancholy, and her poetry’s transcendent ability to connect with other people in ways she could not.

TUE 11, 7.30PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THE LOST CITY OF Z (15) 141m THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) 104m

Join Peppa in this exciting new preschool cinema experience! A collection of nine brand new episodes connected with never-before-seen interactive entertainment, featuring live action Peppa and George, and their friend Daisy. Family Matinee Prices apply. SAT 15, 2.45PM

FREE DRAWING WORKSHOP FOR LITTLE ONES (60m)

Family Matinee Prices apply FROM FRI 7

RAW

(18)

With English Subtitles Dir: Julia Ducournau France 2016 99m Starring: Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

FROM FRI 14

IN THE LOUNGE

“With his brilliant mise en scène, Park plays with taboos, genres, and styles to create not only a provocative film, but also a sumptuous feast for the eyes, the mind, and the heart.” TIFF

FROM FRI 7

A tapestry of footage collected over the 25-year career of documentary cinematographer Kirsten Johnson.

IN THE LOUNGE

DANCER (12A) 120m An unprecedented look into the life of Sergei Polunin, a complex young man who has made ballet go viral.

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON

Dir: William Oldroyd UK 2016 89m Starring: Florence Pugh, Christopher Fairbank

Acclaimed theatre director William Oldroyd relocates Nikolai Leskov’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk to 19th-century England, in this Gothic tale about a young woman trapped in a marriage of convenience whose passionate affair unleashes a maelstrom of murder and mayhem on a country estate.

MON 24, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

FROM FRI 21

CAMERAPERSON (15) 102m

LADY MACBETH (CERT TBC)

Mostly British Film Festival

SUN 16, 1.45PM We’ll be showing the 167m Director’s Cut!

“Florence Pugh announces herself as a major talent to watch in William Oldroyd’s impressively tough-minded Victorian tragedy.” Variety

With English Subtitles

A full-blooded, insane mix of martial arts and “sweet, sweet violence” not to be missed.

THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

Mon 3

Starring: Gael García Bernal, Luis Gnecco

It’s 1948 and legendary communist poet and senator, Pablo Neruda, is on the run after the Chilean government issues a warrant for his arrest. Across Chile, Neruda eludes a fictional, self-important Clouseau-like detective who’s attempting to make a name for himself. “Larraín’s heady blend of fact and fancy is many things at once: a loving, kaleidoscopic recreation of a particular historical moment; a comical cat-and-mouse game; and a pocket epic.” Film Society Lincoln Center

SAT 15, 1.15PM

THE EAGLE HUNTRESS (U) 87m

THU 13, 10.15AM & 1.30PM

A QUIET PASSION (12A) 125m See page 1 for details.

Set against the breath-taking expanse of the Mongolian steppe, a 13-year-old girl trains to become the first female in 12 generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter.

TUE 25, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Tue 4

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m A delightful comedy which tells the story of the British film industry during the war.

Wed 5

Thu 6

SAT 22, 1PM

THE BEST OF THE LONDON INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL 2016 (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

IN THE LOUNGE

HEADSHOT (18) 120m

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15) 108m See page 2 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. A programme created by kids, for kids. There’ll Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70. be talking animals, seriously fun adventures and tales that spark all those little imaginations. Adults are allowed in if they have permission from their kids. This screening is suitable for children of all ages but is specifically aimed at 4-12 year-olds.

Fri 7

Sat 8

(CERT TBC) Dir: Christopher Menaul UK 2017 RT TBC

SAT 29, 12.45PM

Starring: Jenny Seagrove, John Hannah

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A drama set during World War II, when the island of Jersey was occupied by the Nazis, that’s based on the true story of Louisa Gould, who took in an escaped Russian POW and hid him over the course of the war.

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m

LADY MACBETH

See page 3 for details.

HEADSHOT

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

TUE 18, 6PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

CAMERAPERSON

APRIL 2017

Learn how to draw Peppa and her piggy-verse! To book a place, show your Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience ticket to the box office. Places are limited, so reserve in advance! Children must be accompanied by an adult.

DANCER

A QUIET PASSION I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO RAW THE SENSE OF AN ENDING THE HANDMAIDEN LADY MACBETH

FROM FRI 31 MAR

RAW

THEIR FINEST

Following in the footsteps of her parents and older sister, shy 16-year-old Justine, enrolls in veterinary school. Desperate to fit in, she enters a world of excess, and, although a committed vegetarian, caves to the peer pressure to eat raw meat during an initiation ritual, awaking a dormant hunger for flesh within the teenager.

SUN 16, 3.45PM INTRODUCTION AND POST-SCREENING DISCUSSION LED BY DR MARTIN GLYNN Dr Martin Glynn is an internationally renowned educator, theatre director and dramatist who has written for theatre, radio, and television. He has also published many poetry and children’s books. As a renowned criminologist, Dr Glynn has over 3 decades of experience of working in criminal justice, public health, and educational settings.

FROM FRI 28

THU 6, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DOUGAL AND THE BLUE CAT

SAT 8, 10.45AM

(U) 79m

The magical, musical and frequently surreal feature film version from 1970 of one of the all-time favourite children’s TV shows, The Magic Roundabout.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) 129m Disney’s animated classic come to life in this dazzling new version starring Emma Watson.

Sun 9

BOX OFFICE 0115 952 6611 BOOK ONLINE WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK

Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

6:15 4:30 5:00

4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 Who’s Gonna Love Me Now 15 + Live By Satelitte Q&A 4:00 and Choir p11 More Films TBC - See Web

6:15 4:30 5:00

4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

6:15 4:45 5:00

4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

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4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:45 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 10:30 1:30 The Very Private Life of Mister Sim p11 NT LIVE: Twelfth Night 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

6:15 4:30 5:00

4:00 Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 The Lego Batman Movie U 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A DJ Set - Cafebar 10pm

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Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 1:45 Beauty and the Beast PG p4 Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 Dancer 12A p2 Beauty and the Beast Supportive Environment Screening PG p4 10:45

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8:30 7:30 8:00

4:00 Free Fire 15 See web Beauty and the... PG See web 11:00 1:30 The Lost City of Z 15 See web 2:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Another Mother’s Son p1 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web

Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 The Music of Strangers 12A p11 Dancer 12A p2

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Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the Beast PG p1 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 1UP Videgame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm Free Fire 15 See web 4:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web 10:45 1:30 Raw 18 p1 4:15 Lego Batman Movie U See web 10:30 1:15 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Dancer 12A p2 Free Fire 15 See web A Quiet Passion 12A p1 Am Not Your Negro p1 Beauty and the... PG See web Raw 18 p1 Lego Batman Movie U See web Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Dancer 12A p2

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 11:30 Beauty and the... PG See web 12:15 3:15 Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Lego Batman Movie U See web Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 The Eagle Huntress U p4 Drawing Workshop 2.45pm

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7:30 6:00 5:00

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11:00 1:00 11:30 12:15 3:15 7:30 1:15 Sun 23

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 Lego Batman Movie U See web Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 Local Hero PG p11 Short Stack p10 The Handmaiden Director’s Cut 18 p2 DJ Set - Cafebar 7pm

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The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 Lego Batman Movie U See web 11:30 Beauty and the... PG See web 12:15 3:15 Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 2:00 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 11:00 1:00 3:15 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 3:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 2:00 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 10:00 12:00 1:45 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 Sorry, Wrong Number PG + Kamila Shamsie p8 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 10:30 1:30 2:00 The Handmaiden 18 p2 A Quiet Passion 12A p1 3:00 I Am Not Your Negro p1 12:45 Raw 18 p1 Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience U p2 10:00 12:00 3:15 Beauty and the... PG See web Cameraperson 15 p2 NT LIVE: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are... 12A p11 Wine Tasting Lounge 7.30pm Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 The Dream is Sweeter Than The Taste - Six.By Seven + Q&A p10 Their Finest - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A p4 10:30 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web Film Quiz - Cafebar 8.45pm

3:00 2:45 TIMES TIMES

Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 RSC LIVE: Julius Caesar 12A p11 The Shadow and the Substance + Tom Pickard p9 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

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Their Finest 12A p3 10:30 1:30 5:45 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 5:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES TBC Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES TBC Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web 4:00 3:00

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Fri 28

Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ Set - Mezz Bar 8pm

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Lady Macbeth p3 1:45 4:00 6:30 Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 Neruda 15 p3 TIMES TBC Dougal and the Blue Cat U p4 12:45 Mindhorn 15 - Preview + Q&A p10 TIMES TBC More Films TBC - See Web

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Lady Macbeth p3 Their Finest 12A p3 Neruda 15 p3 The Dreamed Ones PG p10 Robocop 18 p11 More Films TBC - See Web

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5:55 7:45

BOX OFFICE

Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 5:45 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 5:30 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES TBC Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES TBC The Secret Life of Walter Mitty PG p11 2:00 MET OPERA ENCORE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 12:00 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web Their Finest 12A p3 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 The Handmaiden 18 p2 Bunch of Kunst p3 Mad to be Normal 15 p10 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Wed 26

7:30

7:45

Their Finest 12A p3 12:15 3:00 The Sense of an Ending 15 p2 2:45 The Handmaiden 18 p2 TIMES Bunch of Kunst p3 TIMES The Best of the London International Animation Festival 2016 U p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Eugene Onegin 12A p11 Headshot 18 p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Tue 25

5:45 5:30 TBC TBC

8:30 8:15

7:45 8:30 8:15 8:45 7:45

OPEN: Mon -Sat from 9am, Sun from 10am. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. NO PHONE OR ONLINE BOOKING FEE. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Adult: £8.40 Conc: £6.50 Member Full: £6.50 Member Conc: £5.40 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £5.00 Family Matinee: £3.70 Supportive Env’t £3.70

PINK times indicate an intro before screening. ORANGE indicates Q&A after screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN indicates Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates Supportive Environment screening. RED indicates Silver Screen screening. BROWN indicates subtitled for hard of hearing.


CONTINUING INTO APRIL

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

01

02

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

03

WHAT’S ON APRIL 2017

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

Programmed with senior citizens in mind! Everyone pays £5.00 and there’s free tea/coffee and biscuits.

Programmed with younger viewers in mind. All tickets are £3.70 (unless otherwise stated).

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

APRIL 2017

This exclusive screening is for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £5.00 for adults, babies go FREE.

Sat 1

FREE FIRE (15) 90m THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAYS

Sun 2

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) Normal ticket prices apply

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

FROM FRI 7

A QUIET PASSION

(12A)

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 7

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 14

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 21

FROM FRI 28

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO (CERT TBC)

PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15)

THE HANDMAIDEN (18)

THEIR FINEST (12A)

BUNCH OF KUNST (CERT TBC)

NERUDA (15)

With English Subtitles

Dir: Lone Scherfig UK 2016 117m

Dir: Christine Franz Germany 2017 104m

With English Subtitles

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON (CERT TBC) rt tbc

Dir: Mark Baker UK 2017 73m

Dir: Ritesh Batra UK 2017 108m

Dir: Park Chan-wook South Korea 2016 145m

Starring: Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy

Dir: Pablo Larraín Chile 2016 108m

See page 1 for details.

Starring: Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling

Starring: Kim Min-hee, Kim Tae-ri

Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling team up in this mesmerising adaptation of Julian Barnes’s novel about ageing, memory, jealousy, and the lies we tell ourselves to survive. The film follows Tony, a semi-retired and divorced curmudgeon, skilled at subjectively ordering his own history. But the possibility of an alternate reality arises when the diary of his best friend is bequeathed to him after his mysterious suicide.

When the infamous director of Oldboy helms an erotic period thriller, all bets are off. In Japan-colonised Korea, two thieves pose as a handmaiden and a count to swindle a Japanese heiress out of her fortune and dump her in the madhouse. But nothing proves simple once the maid and the heiress fall madly in lust. Shocking twists and feverish pacing ensure there’s never a dull moment in this lavish bodice-ripper inspired by the novel ‘Fingersmith’ by Sarah Waters. Chicago Film Festival

Films about how movies get made form a fascinating genre unto themselves. To classics like Singin’ in the Rain and The Bad and the Beautiful add the delightful comedy Their Finest, the story of the British film industry during the war, charged with buoying the spirits of people living in fear of the Blitz. There are standout performances from Gemma Arterton as a fledgling scriptwriter, and Bill Nighy as a past-his-prime, but still pompous actor, who latches onto the young scenarist.

Thanks to their sweary rants about modern England, Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods have been called “the angriest band in Britain”. Bunch of Kunst tells the story of three guys taking on the music business on their own terms.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Dir: Terence Davies UK 2016 125m

Dir: Raoul Peck US 2016 93m

(PG) 129m

Starring: Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle

When James Baldwin died in 1987, he left behind 30 pages of a book that was to be a personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his friends – Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. Using Baldwin’s words only, Raoul Peck envisions the book the author never finished, to deliver a radical study of race in America – connecting the evolution of the Civil Rights movement to the current immediacy of #BlackLivesMatter

Acclaimed director Terence Davies returns with a luminous and deeply moving biopic of poet Emily Dickinson, played with virtuosity by Cynthia Nixon. A recluse who eventually boarded herself up in her bedroom, A Quiet Passion details many facets of her character: her wit, melancholy, and her poetry’s transcendent ability to connect with other people in ways she could not.

TUE 11, 7.30PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

THE LOST CITY OF Z (15) 141m THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) 104m

Join Peppa in this exciting new preschool cinema experience! A collection of nine brand new episodes connected with never-before-seen interactive entertainment, featuring live action Peppa and George, and their friend Daisy. Family Matinee Prices apply. SAT 15, 2.45PM

FREE DRAWING WORKSHOP FOR LITTLE ONES (60m)

Family Matinee Prices apply FROM FRI 7

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With English Subtitles Dir: Julia Ducournau France 2016 99m Starring: Garance Marillier, Ella Rumpf

14-18 BROAD STREET, NOTTINGHAM NG1 3AL | INFO@BROADWAY.ORG.UK

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IN THE LOUNGE

“With his brilliant mise en scène, Park plays with taboos, genres, and styles to create not only a provocative film, but also a sumptuous feast for the eyes, the mind, and the heart.” TIFF

FROM FRI 7

A tapestry of footage collected over the 25-year career of documentary cinematographer Kirsten Johnson.

IN THE LOUNGE

DANCER (12A) 120m An unprecedented look into the life of Sergei Polunin, a complex young man who has made ballet go viral.

ANOTHER MOTHER’S SON

Dir: William Oldroyd UK 2016 89m Starring: Florence Pugh, Christopher Fairbank

Acclaimed theatre director William Oldroyd relocates Nikolai Leskov’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk to 19th-century England, in this Gothic tale about a young woman trapped in a marriage of convenience whose passionate affair unleashes a maelstrom of murder and mayhem on a country estate.

MON 24, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

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CAMERAPERSON (15) 102m

LADY MACBETH (CERT TBC)

Mostly British Film Festival

SUN 16, 1.45PM We’ll be showing the 167m Director’s Cut!

“Florence Pugh announces herself as a major talent to watch in William Oldroyd’s impressively tough-minded Victorian tragedy.” Variety

With English Subtitles

A full-blooded, insane mix of martial arts and “sweet, sweet violence” not to be missed.

THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE (U) PEPPA PIG: MY FIRST CINEMA EXPERIENCE (U)

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Starring: Gael García Bernal, Luis Gnecco

It’s 1948 and legendary communist poet and senator, Pablo Neruda, is on the run after the Chilean government issues a warrant for his arrest. Across Chile, Neruda eludes a fictional, self-important Clouseau-like detective who’s attempting to make a name for himself. “Larraín’s heady blend of fact and fancy is many things at once: a loving, kaleidoscopic recreation of a particular historical moment; a comical cat-and-mouse game; and a pocket epic.” Film Society Lincoln Center

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THE EAGLE HUNTRESS (U) 87m

THU 13, 10.15AM & 1.30PM

A QUIET PASSION (12A) 125m See page 1 for details.

Set against the breath-taking expanse of the Mongolian steppe, a 13-year-old girl trains to become the first female in 12 generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter.

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THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m A delightful comedy which tells the story of the British film industry during the war.

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THE BEST OF THE LONDON INTERNATIONAL ANIMATION FESTIVAL 2016 (PG)

THU 20, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

IN THE LOUNGE

HEADSHOT (18) 120m

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING (15) 108m See page 2 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. A programme created by kids, for kids. There’ll Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70. be talking animals, seriously fun adventures and tales that spark all those little imaginations. Adults are allowed in if they have permission from their kids. This screening is suitable for children of all ages but is specifically aimed at 4-12 year-olds.

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(CERT TBC) Dir: Christopher Menaul UK 2017 RT TBC

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Starring: Jenny Seagrove, John Hannah

THU 27, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A drama set during World War II, when the island of Jersey was occupied by the Nazis, that’s based on the true story of Louisa Gould, who took in an escaped Russian POW and hid him over the course of the war.

THEIR FINEST (12A) 117m

LADY MACBETH

See page 3 for details.

HEADSHOT

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TUE 18, 6PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

CAMERAPERSON

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Learn how to draw Peppa and her piggy-verse! To book a place, show your Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience ticket to the box office. Places are limited, so reserve in advance! Children must be accompanied by an adult.

DANCER

A QUIET PASSION I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO RAW THE SENSE OF AN ENDING THE HANDMAIDEN LADY MACBETH

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Following in the footsteps of her parents and older sister, shy 16-year-old Justine, enrolls in veterinary school. Desperate to fit in, she enters a world of excess, and, although a committed vegetarian, caves to the peer pressure to eat raw meat during an initiation ritual, awaking a dormant hunger for flesh within the teenager.

SUN 16, 3.45PM INTRODUCTION AND POST-SCREENING DISCUSSION LED BY DR MARTIN GLYNN Dr Martin Glynn is an internationally renowned educator, theatre director and dramatist who has written for theatre, radio, and television. He has also published many poetry and children’s books. As a renowned criminologist, Dr Glynn has over 3 decades of experience of working in criminal justice, public health, and educational settings.

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DOUGAL AND THE BLUE CAT

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The magical, musical and frequently surreal feature film version from 1970 of one of the all-time favourite children’s TV shows, The Magic Roundabout.

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (PG) 129m Disney’s animated classic come to life in this dazzling new version starring Emma Watson.

Sun 9

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OPEN: Mon -Sat from 9am, Sun from 10am. It closes 15 mins after the start of the final film. TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. NO PHONE OR ONLINE BOOKING FEE. Print your tickets at home.

PRICES Adult: £8.40 Conc: £6.50 Member Full: £6.50 Member Conc: £5.40 Under 25: £4.50 Silver Screen: £5.00 Bringing up Baby: £5.00 Family Matinee: £3.70 Supportive Env’t £3.70

PINK times indicate an intro before screening. ORANGE indicates Q&A after screening. BLUE means it’s a special event. GREEN indicates Bringing up Baby screening. PURPLE indicates Supportive Environment screening. RED indicates Silver Screen screening. BROWN indicates subtitled for hard of hearing.


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MAY 2017 FILM COURSES The 1970s were exciting and quite radical years in Hollywood. New, younger directors making their mark, new stars replacing the old guard and new attitudes fostered in the 1960s were permeating the filmmaking culture. Join us for ten Wednesday afternoons of sex, drugs and rock‘n’roll. Plus tea and biscuits. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 3 May, 2-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

A weird and wonderful delve into the stranger side of world cinema. From the cult to the extreme, the course explores a host of international directors and films, examining early German fantasy, French sex vampires, Italian witches and demons, Aussie dystopia, Polish psychodramas and Japanese radioactive monsters. Expect an in depth look at artists like Dario Argento, Mario Bava, Ana Lily Amirpour, Fritz Lang, Ishiro Honda and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 9 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Tuesday 6 June, so ends on Tuesday 18 July) Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 11 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

THE MUSIC OF STRANGERS: YO-YO MA AND THE SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE (12A) 92m

WED 19 APR, 5.15PM

The series also consists of eight themed writing workshops (up to 15 places available). The workshops are FREE to attend and will take place at Broadway on Wednesday afternoons (2.30 - 4.30pm) from 19 April to 7 June. Free tickets to the screenings are available for participants. Participants are not expected to have any prior experience of writing or knowledge of the field. They will work with specialists within a supportive workshop environment in order to produce new writing and will have the opportunity to read their work at an event on 14 June.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George Duration: 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing Wednesday 10 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

Tickets: £5/£4

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

WHO’S GONNA LOVE ME NOW? (15) + LIVE BY SATELLITE EVENT

Described by Salman Rushdie as ‘a writer of immense ambition and strength’, Kamila Shamsie is an internationally acclaimed, prize-winning novelist. She will be discussing the role of the telephone in her work with writer and BBC New Generation Thinker, Dr Sarah Jackson (Nottingham Trent University).

Described by Jeremy Noel-Tod as ‘one of our finest lyric poets’, Tom Pickard will be reading his poetry and discussing notions of home with poet and critic, Dr Rory Waterman (Nottingham Trent University). This will be followed by a screening of The Shadow and The Substance, Pickard’s 1994 documentary made for television, featuring Tony Benn and John Hegley.

WED 3 MAY, 5.15PM

TIM HANNIGAN

Courtney Traub is a writer and editor for About.com Paris Travel, and developer of Paris Unlocked, a collective digital narrative of the city. Tim Hannigan is a travel journalist and award-winning author of geo-historical books. They will be discussing approaches to travel writing with critic and researcher, Dr Rebecca Butler (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by London, a French-inspired, psycho-geographical journey through the capital city and its cultural history, narrated by Paul Scofield and his companion Robinson.

WED 10 MAY, 5.15PM

WED 24 MAY, 5.45PM

SHAMIM SARIF + THE WORLD UNSEEN (CERT TBC)

NAOMI SHAHIB NYE ILLUSTRATED TALK

Award-winning novelist, screenwriter and film director, Shamim Sarif will be discussing issues of race and sexuality in her work with researcher and critic, Dr Humaira Saeed (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by a screening of her film, The World Unseen. Set in 1950s South Africa, Sarif’s film is the story of free-spirited Amina, who has broken all the rules of her own conventional Indian community, and the new apartheid-led government, by running a café with Jacob, her ‘coloured’ business partner. When she meets Miriam, a young wife and mother, their unexpected attraction pushes Miriam to question the rules that bind her.

Award-winning poet, songwriter and novelist, Naomi Shahib Nye refers to herself as a ‘wandering poet’, having travelled widely to hold workshops and inspire people to write. She will be presenting an illustrated talk which will include a screening of The Lost Thing, an Oscar-winning animated short film. She will also discuss the influence of her own Arab-American heritage, of peace, and of empathy, in relation to her work with critic and researcher, Dr Anna Ball (Nottingham Trent University).

WED 31 MAY, 5.15PM

JOSH COHEN + CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (U) Psychoanalyst and professor of modern literary theory, Professor Josh Cohen is the acclaimed author of several books on psychoanalysis, modern literature and cultural theory. He will be discussing the uncanny with writer and researcher, Dr Zayneb Allak (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion wil be followed by a screening of Werner Herzog’s stunning documentary about the Chauvet Cave in southern France, where the world’s oldest cave paintings have been discovered. Herzog’s film brings to light an uncanny and breathtaking subterranean world including artworks hidden from view for more than 32,000 years.

THU 6, 8PM

MON 24, 8.45PM

SAT 29, TIME TBC

THE VERY PRIVATE LIFE OF MISTER SIM (CERT TBC)

MAD TO BE NORMAL (15) Dir: Robert Mullan UK 2017 105m

MINDHORN (15) PREVIEW + Q&A

With English Subtitles

Starring: David Tennant, Elisabeth Moss

Dir: Sean Foley UK 2016 89m

Dir: Michel Leclerc France 2015 102m

There was no more charismatic or controversial a figure during the swinging ‘60s than Scottish psychiatrist R D Laing. In 1965, he established Kingsley Hall in East London as a medication-free community for those seriously affected by schizophrenia. His methods made headlines worldwide.

Starring: Julian Barratt, Simon Farnaby

Starring: Jean-Pierre Bacri, Valeria Golino

Mister Sim is at the end of the line. His wife has left him, he has lost his job, and even his own father won’t meet him for lunch. When he receives an unexpected offer to travel through France selling toothbrushes, he seizes the opportunity but starts seeing a parallel with the tragic around-the-world sailor, Donald Crowhurst. Adapted from the popular novel ‘The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim’ by Jonathan Coe, this road movie about a man suffering an existential crisis is anchored by the sympathetic performance of Jean-Pierre Bacri.

Mad To Be Normal offers a powerful account of Laing’s Kingsley Hall experiment with a stunning performance from David Tennant that truly gets under the skin of an utterly compelling figure.

The fame has faded and the waistline has expanded but top actor Richard Thorncroft still clings to his status as beloved 1980s TV sleuth Mindhorn. Decades after the hit show, a dangerous criminal demands the fictional Mindhorn as his nemesis and Thorncroft is back in business. The ghosts of groovy Austin Powers and walking disaster area Inspector Clouseau haunt a rollicking comic romp graced by a stellar cast.

The world’s nuclear power plants have generated an estimated 300,000 tons of high-level radioactive waste that must be safely stored for 100,000 years or more. Every year, they generate another 12,000 metric tons of high-level waste. This documentary explores the mind-boggling scientific and philosophical questions long-term nuclear waste storage poses. Dr Daniel Cordle (Nottingham Trent University), an expert in Cold War literature and culture, will introduce the film and host a Q&A.

Curator at the Science Museum and author of several books on the Space Age, Doug Millard will discuss the theme of orbit and its creative representations with critic and researcher Professor Phil Leonard (Nottingham Trent University). A screening of the sci-fi drama Life, in which an international space crew discovers life on Mars, will follow the discussion.

SUN 16, 5.30PM

TWELFTH NIGHT

SUN 23, 2PM

ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (12A) 200m

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY (PG) 112m Walter Mitty lives life through his daydreams, but when his job along with that of his co-worker, are threatened, Walter takes action in the real world. HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MARIA FROM THE WEST BRIDGFORD POSSE

SHORT STACK (CERT TBC) Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. Short Stack showcases shorts, documentaries, music videos and trailers from the East Midlands and further afield. Tickets £3.50

TUE 25, 8.45PM

NT LIVE THU 6, 7PM

An American oil company sends a man to Scotland to buy up an entire village where they want to build a refinery in this lyrical anti-urban comedy from Bill Forsyth. ‘STRANGE TIMES’ – DAVID REACHES 60!

We hope to welcome Sean Foley, Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby for a post-screening Q&A.

NT LIVE THU 20, 7PM

Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire star in Tom Stoppard’s brilliantly funny situation comedy, broadcast live from The Old Vic in London. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 238m

With English Subtitles

To coincide with the recent re-release of Six.By Seven’s seminal second album from 2000, ‘The Closer You Get’, Beggars Arkive commissioned director Alex Mannion-Jones to produce a 20-minute Documentary, The Dream Is Sweeter Than The Taste. Six.By Seven frontman Chris Olley & Alex Mannion-Jones will discuss the film after the screening.

Based on the correspondence of two of the most important poets of the German language of the 20th century, The Dreamed Ones captures the powerful romance between Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan, the Austrian and the Jew from Czernowitz through their nearly 20-year correspondence (1948–1967).

In a dystopian and crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop returns to the force as a powerful cyborg haunted by submerged memories. HAPPY 40TH SCOTT, LOVE MUM, DAVE, CHRISTINE, JOHN & JANE

Dir: Ruth Beckermann Germany 2016 89m Starring: Anja Plaschg, Laurence Rupp

20%OFF

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

Anna Netrebko reprises her acclaimed role as Tatiana. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

RSC LIVE WED 26, 7PM

JULIUS CAESAR (12A) 210m Angus Jackson directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

WINIFRED NICHOLSON Liberation of Colour

THU 20, 7.30PM

WINE TASTING

4 MARCH - 4 JUNE 2017 DJANOGLY GALLERY NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

We will be serving wines from Umbrian vineyards, a region of Italy that borders Tuscany and Le Marche. The evening will consist of 4 different wines (one white, one rosé and two reds) accompanied by canapés. This evening is offered to Broadway Members only and will be £12 per person. Only 15 tickets are available so advance booking is recommended. Please book your place at the box office.

FRI 7, FROM 10PM

SUN 16, FROM 7PM

STIFF KITTENS DJ SET

DJ ASA

To kick off April with a bang, local and unpredictable DJs Stiff Kittens will be filling the Cafebar with their musical talents. Old school hip-hop, nu-rave and funky beats from 10pm till late!

MET OPERA SAT 22, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 23, 12NOON ENCORE

EUGENE ONEGIN (TCHAIKOVSKY)

THE DREAMED ONES (PG)

MEMBERS GET

WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK ADMISSION FREE /Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Candle Eigg 1980 Oil on canvas. Private Collection © Trustees of Winifred Nicholson, 2017

Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic.

SUN 30, 2PM

THE DREAM IS SWEETER THAN THE TASTE – SIX.BY SEVEN + Q&A

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM

(12A) 210m

SUN 30, 1PM

ROBOCOP (18) 99m

12

Israel/UK 2016 90m

At the age of 21 Saar Maoz arrived in the UK after being kicked out of his religious Kibbutz. Following the highs and lows that accompanied his newfound freedom Saar discovered an alternative family with The London Gay Men’s Chorus. After 19 years, Saar has reached out to his conservative Israeli family in an attempt at reconciliation. Now his parents are coming to visit... The film will be followed by a live by satellite Q&A hosted by Julian Clary and featuring a performance from The London Gay Men’s Chorus.

LOCAL HERO (PG) 107m

WED 7 JUN, 5PM

DOUG MILLARD + LIFE (15)

Dirs: Barak Heymann & Tomer Heymann

SUN 16, 2PM

Glasgow Film Festival

WED 17 MAY, 5.30PM

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE (E) 75m + INTRODUCTION + Q&A

The film follows revered cellist Yo-Yo Ma as he criss-crosses the globe, drawing together instrumentalists, singers, composers and artists for his ever-evolving Silk Road Ensemble passion project. ROB AND KATHY WANT TO SHARE THIS AMAZING, INSPIRING FILM

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TOM PICKARD + THE SHADOW AND THE SUBSTANCE (UC)

COURTNEY TRAUB AND TIM HANNIGAN + LONDON (U)

Book your place online or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura, l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

WED 26 APR, 5.30PM

KAMILA SHAMSIE + SORRY, WRONG NUMBER (PG)

This conversation will be followed by a rare chance to see Sorry, Wrong Number, an audacious and terrifying fim noir that granted Barbara Stanwick an Oscar nomination for her incredible performance.

To find out more about becoming a participant please contact zayneb.allak@ntu.ac.uk This series is organised by the Critical Poetics Research Group at Nottingham Trent University in association with Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, Writing East Midlands and Broadway.

SUN 2, 4PM

SUN 9, 2PM

DR COURTNEY TRAUB

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Join us for Re:Vision, a series of events exploring ideas about our contemporary experience through literature and film. Specially curated film screenings will follow talks with international award-winning writers and directors including Kamila Shamsie, Tom Pickard and Shamim Sarif. The aim of the series is to offer new opportunities for thinking and writing, both creatively and critically, about contemporary issues, from telecommunications and travel to nuclear futures and outer space.

See the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon. For more details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley: l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

MUSIC

With plenty of clips and discussion, this 6-week course, led by Sight & Sound journalist Christina Newland, will encompass a prosperous and golden decade for American movies: the 1950s. Going beyond nostalgia, the course will cover the Atomic Age, the Red Scare, the decade’s preoccupation with family life, and the quiet revolutions of Rock’n’Roll and Method Acting - all as they relate to the Hollywood film. From James Dean to Elvis, the ‘Pax Americana’ of the fifties was bursting with a lively and diverse film culture. The final course session will be a film screening of ... TBC Tutor: Christina Newland 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 8 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Monday 29 May, so ends on Monday 19 June) Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE

TALK CINEMA (90m)

LIFE

MONDO MOVIEHOUSE (90m)

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2017

FOOD AND DRINK

1970S HOLLYWOOD (120m)

TEENAGERS + SPACE INVADERS: A HISTORY OF ‘50S HOLLYWOOD (90m)

11

APRIL 2017

DJ Asa will be DJing from the Cafebar from 7PM – 11PM and we’ll also have 2 for 1 on selected drinks all evening. FRI 28, FROM 8PM

TRUTH & LIES DJ SET “Truth & Lies” will be playing a DJ set in the Mezz Bar from 8PM – 1AM – with two DJs playing back to back all evening.

TUE 11, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.


APRIL 2017

07

APRIL 2017

08

APRIL 2017

09

APRIL 2017

10

MY MOVIE

MAY 2017 FILM COURSES The 1970s were exciting and quite radical years in Hollywood. New, younger directors making their mark, new stars replacing the old guard and new attitudes fostered in the 1960s were permeating the filmmaking culture. Join us for ten Wednesday afternoons of sex, drugs and rock‘n’roll. Plus tea and biscuits. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 3 May, 2-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

A weird and wonderful delve into the stranger side of world cinema. From the cult to the extreme, the course explores a host of international directors and films, examining early German fantasy, French sex vampires, Italian witches and demons, Aussie dystopia, Polish psychodramas and Japanese radioactive monsters. Expect an in depth look at artists like Dario Argento, Mario Bava, Ana Lily Amirpour, Fritz Lang, Ishiro Honda and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 9 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Tuesday 6 June, so ends on Tuesday 18 July) Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 11 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

THE MUSIC OF STRANGERS: YO-YO MA AND THE SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE (12A) 92m

WED 19 APR, 5.15PM

The series also consists of eight themed writing workshops (up to 15 places available). The workshops are FREE to attend and will take place at Broadway on Wednesday afternoons (2.30 - 4.30pm) from 19 April to 7 June. Free tickets to the screenings are available for participants. Participants are not expected to have any prior experience of writing or knowledge of the field. They will work with specialists within a supportive workshop environment in order to produce new writing and will have the opportunity to read their work at an event on 14 June.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George Duration: 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing Wednesday 10 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

Tickets: £5/£4

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

WHO’S GONNA LOVE ME NOW? (15) + LIVE BY SATELLITE EVENT

Described by Salman Rushdie as ‘a writer of immense ambition and strength’, Kamila Shamsie is an internationally acclaimed, prize-winning novelist. She will be discussing the role of the telephone in her work with writer and BBC New Generation Thinker, Dr Sarah Jackson (Nottingham Trent University).

Described by Jeremy Noel-Tod as ‘one of our finest lyric poets’, Tom Pickard will be reading his poetry and discussing notions of home with poet and critic, Dr Rory Waterman (Nottingham Trent University). This will be followed by a screening of The Shadow and The Substance, Pickard’s 1994 documentary made for television, featuring Tony Benn and John Hegley.

WED 3 MAY, 5.15PM

TIM HANNIGAN

Courtney Traub is a writer and editor for About.com Paris Travel, and developer of Paris Unlocked, a collective digital narrative of the city. Tim Hannigan is a travel journalist and award-winning author of geo-historical books. They will be discussing approaches to travel writing with critic and researcher, Dr Rebecca Butler (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by London, a French-inspired, psycho-geographical journey through the capital city and its cultural history, narrated by Paul Scofield and his companion Robinson.

WED 10 MAY, 5.15PM

WED 24 MAY, 5.45PM

SHAMIM SARIF + THE WORLD UNSEEN (CERT TBC)

NAOMI SHAHIB NYE ILLUSTRATED TALK

Award-winning novelist, screenwriter and film director, Shamim Sarif will be discussing issues of race and sexuality in her work with researcher and critic, Dr Humaira Saeed (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by a screening of her film, The World Unseen. Set in 1950s South Africa, Sarif’s film is the story of free-spirited Amina, who has broken all the rules of her own conventional Indian community, and the new apartheid-led government, by running a café with Jacob, her ‘coloured’ business partner. When she meets Miriam, a young wife and mother, their unexpected attraction pushes Miriam to question the rules that bind her.

Award-winning poet, songwriter and novelist, Naomi Shahib Nye refers to herself as a ‘wandering poet’, having travelled widely to hold workshops and inspire people to write. She will be presenting an illustrated talk which will include a screening of The Lost Thing, an Oscar-winning animated short film. She will also discuss the influence of her own Arab-American heritage, of peace, and of empathy, in relation to her work with critic and researcher, Dr Anna Ball (Nottingham Trent University).

WED 31 MAY, 5.15PM

JOSH COHEN + CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (U) Psychoanalyst and professor of modern literary theory, Professor Josh Cohen is the acclaimed author of several books on psychoanalysis, modern literature and cultural theory. He will be discussing the uncanny with writer and researcher, Dr Zayneb Allak (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion wil be followed by a screening of Werner Herzog’s stunning documentary about the Chauvet Cave in southern France, where the world’s oldest cave paintings have been discovered. Herzog’s film brings to light an uncanny and breathtaking subterranean world including artworks hidden from view for more than 32,000 years.

THU 6, 8PM

MON 24, 8.45PM

SAT 29, TIME TBC

THE VERY PRIVATE LIFE OF MISTER SIM (CERT TBC)

MAD TO BE NORMAL (15) Dir: Robert Mullan UK 2017 105m

MINDHORN (15) PREVIEW + Q&A

With English Subtitles

Starring: David Tennant, Elisabeth Moss

Dir: Sean Foley UK 2016 89m

Dir: Michel Leclerc France 2015 102m

There was no more charismatic or controversial a figure during the swinging ‘60s than Scottish psychiatrist R D Laing. In 1965, he established Kingsley Hall in East London as a medication-free community for those seriously affected by schizophrenia. His methods made headlines worldwide.

Starring: Julian Barratt, Simon Farnaby

Starring: Jean-Pierre Bacri, Valeria Golino

Mister Sim is at the end of the line. His wife has left him, he has lost his job, and even his own father won’t meet him for lunch. When he receives an unexpected offer to travel through France selling toothbrushes, he seizes the opportunity but starts seeing a parallel with the tragic around-the-world sailor, Donald Crowhurst. Adapted from the popular novel ‘The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim’ by Jonathan Coe, this road movie about a man suffering an existential crisis is anchored by the sympathetic performance of Jean-Pierre Bacri.

Mad To Be Normal offers a powerful account of Laing’s Kingsley Hall experiment with a stunning performance from David Tennant that truly gets under the skin of an utterly compelling figure.

The fame has faded and the waistline has expanded but top actor Richard Thorncroft still clings to his status as beloved 1980s TV sleuth Mindhorn. Decades after the hit show, a dangerous criminal demands the fictional Mindhorn as his nemesis and Thorncroft is back in business. The ghosts of groovy Austin Powers and walking disaster area Inspector Clouseau haunt a rollicking comic romp graced by a stellar cast.

The world’s nuclear power plants have generated an estimated 300,000 tons of high-level radioactive waste that must be safely stored for 100,000 years or more. Every year, they generate another 12,000 metric tons of high-level waste. This documentary explores the mind-boggling scientific and philosophical questions long-term nuclear waste storage poses. Dr Daniel Cordle (Nottingham Trent University), an expert in Cold War literature and culture, will introduce the film and host a Q&A.

Curator at the Science Museum and author of several books on the Space Age, Doug Millard will discuss the theme of orbit and its creative representations with critic and researcher Professor Phil Leonard (Nottingham Trent University). A screening of the sci-fi drama Life, in which an international space crew discovers life on Mars, will follow the discussion.

SUN 16, 5.30PM

TWELFTH NIGHT

SUN 23, 2PM

ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (12A) 200m

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY (PG) 112m Walter Mitty lives life through his daydreams, but when his job along with that of his co-worker, are threatened, Walter takes action in the real world. HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MARIA FROM THE WEST BRIDGFORD POSSE

SHORT STACK (CERT TBC) Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. Short Stack showcases shorts, documentaries, music videos and trailers from the East Midlands and further afield. Tickets £3.50

TUE 25, 8.45PM

NT LIVE THU 6, 7PM

An American oil company sends a man to Scotland to buy up an entire village where they want to build a refinery in this lyrical anti-urban comedy from Bill Forsyth. ‘STRANGE TIMES’ – DAVID REACHES 60!

We hope to welcome Sean Foley, Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby for a post-screening Q&A.

NT LIVE THU 20, 7PM

Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire star in Tom Stoppard’s brilliantly funny situation comedy, broadcast live from The Old Vic in London. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 238m

With English Subtitles

To coincide with the recent re-release of Six.By Seven’s seminal second album from 2000, ‘The Closer You Get’, Beggars Arkive commissioned director Alex Mannion-Jones to produce a 20-minute Documentary, The Dream Is Sweeter Than The Taste. Six.By Seven frontman Chris Olley & Alex Mannion-Jones will discuss the film after the screening.

Based on the correspondence of two of the most important poets of the German language of the 20th century, The Dreamed Ones captures the powerful romance between Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan, the Austrian and the Jew from Czernowitz through their nearly 20-year correspondence (1948–1967).

In a dystopian and crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop returns to the force as a powerful cyborg haunted by submerged memories. HAPPY 40TH SCOTT, LOVE MUM, DAVE, CHRISTINE, JOHN & JANE

Dir: Ruth Beckermann Germany 2016 89m Starring: Anja Plaschg, Laurence Rupp

20%OFF

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

Anna Netrebko reprises her acclaimed role as Tatiana. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

RSC LIVE WED 26, 7PM

JULIUS CAESAR (12A) 210m Angus Jackson directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

WINIFRED NICHOLSON Liberation of Colour

THU 20, 7.30PM

WINE TASTING

4 MARCH - 4 JUNE 2017 DJANOGLY GALLERY NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

We will be serving wines from Umbrian vineyards, a region of Italy that borders Tuscany and Le Marche. The evening will consist of 4 different wines (one white, one rosé and two reds) accompanied by canapés. This evening is offered to Broadway Members only and will be £12 per person. Only 15 tickets are available so advance booking is recommended. Please book your place at the box office.

FRI 7, FROM 10PM

SUN 16, FROM 7PM

STIFF KITTENS DJ SET

DJ ASA

To kick off April with a bang, local and unpredictable DJs Stiff Kittens will be filling the Cafebar with their musical talents. Old school hip-hop, nu-rave and funky beats from 10pm till late!

MET OPERA SAT 22, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 23, 12NOON ENCORE

EUGENE ONEGIN (TCHAIKOVSKY)

THE DREAMED ONES (PG)

MEMBERS GET

WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK ADMISSION FREE /Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Candle Eigg 1980 Oil on canvas. Private Collection © Trustees of Winifred Nicholson, 2017

Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic.

SUN 30, 2PM

THE DREAM IS SWEETER THAN THE TASTE – SIX.BY SEVEN + Q&A

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM

(12A) 210m

SUN 30, 1PM

ROBOCOP (18) 99m

12

Israel/UK 2016 90m

At the age of 21 Saar Maoz arrived in the UK after being kicked out of his religious Kibbutz. Following the highs and lows that accompanied his newfound freedom Saar discovered an alternative family with The London Gay Men’s Chorus. After 19 years, Saar has reached out to his conservative Israeli family in an attempt at reconciliation. Now his parents are coming to visit... The film will be followed by a live by satellite Q&A hosted by Julian Clary and featuring a performance from The London Gay Men’s Chorus.

LOCAL HERO (PG) 107m

WED 7 JUN, 5PM

DOUG MILLARD + LIFE (15)

Dirs: Barak Heymann & Tomer Heymann

SUN 16, 2PM

Glasgow Film Festival

WED 17 MAY, 5.30PM

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE (E) 75m + INTRODUCTION + Q&A

The film follows revered cellist Yo-Yo Ma as he criss-crosses the globe, drawing together instrumentalists, singers, composers and artists for his ever-evolving Silk Road Ensemble passion project. ROB AND KATHY WANT TO SHARE THIS AMAZING, INSPIRING FILM

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TOM PICKARD + THE SHADOW AND THE SUBSTANCE (UC)

COURTNEY TRAUB AND TIM HANNIGAN + LONDON (U)

Book your place online or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura, l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

WED 26 APR, 5.30PM

KAMILA SHAMSIE + SORRY, WRONG NUMBER (PG)

This conversation will be followed by a rare chance to see Sorry, Wrong Number, an audacious and terrifying fim noir that granted Barbara Stanwick an Oscar nomination for her incredible performance.

To find out more about becoming a participant please contact zayneb.allak@ntu.ac.uk This series is organised by the Critical Poetics Research Group at Nottingham Trent University in association with Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, Writing East Midlands and Broadway.

SUN 2, 4PM

SUN 9, 2PM

DR COURTNEY TRAUB

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Join us for Re:Vision, a series of events exploring ideas about our contemporary experience through literature and film. Specially curated film screenings will follow talks with international award-winning writers and directors including Kamila Shamsie, Tom Pickard and Shamim Sarif. The aim of the series is to offer new opportunities for thinking and writing, both creatively and critically, about contemporary issues, from telecommunications and travel to nuclear futures and outer space.

See the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon. For more details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley: l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

MUSIC

With plenty of clips and discussion, this 6-week course, led by Sight & Sound journalist Christina Newland, will encompass a prosperous and golden decade for American movies: the 1950s. Going beyond nostalgia, the course will cover the Atomic Age, the Red Scare, the decade’s preoccupation with family life, and the quiet revolutions of Rock’n’Roll and Method Acting - all as they relate to the Hollywood film. From James Dean to Elvis, the ‘Pax Americana’ of the fifties was bursting with a lively and diverse film culture. The final course session will be a film screening of ... TBC Tutor: Christina Newland 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 8 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Monday 29 May, so ends on Monday 19 June) Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE

TALK CINEMA (90m)

LIFE

MONDO MOVIEHOUSE (90m)

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2017

FOOD AND DRINK

1970S HOLLYWOOD (120m)

TEENAGERS + SPACE INVADERS: A HISTORY OF ‘50S HOLLYWOOD (90m)

11

APRIL 2017

DJ Asa will be DJing from the Cafebar from 7PM – 11PM and we’ll also have 2 for 1 on selected drinks all evening. FRI 28, FROM 8PM

TRUTH & LIES DJ SET “Truth & Lies” will be playing a DJ set in the Mezz Bar from 8PM – 1AM – with two DJs playing back to back all evening.

TUE 11, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.


APRIL 2017

07

APRIL 2017

08

APRIL 2017

09

APRIL 2017

10

MY MOVIE

MAY 2017 FILM COURSES The 1970s were exciting and quite radical years in Hollywood. New, younger directors making their mark, new stars replacing the old guard and new attitudes fostered in the 1960s were permeating the filmmaking culture. Join us for ten Wednesday afternoons of sex, drugs and rock‘n’roll. Plus tea and biscuits. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 3 May, 2-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

A weird and wonderful delve into the stranger side of world cinema. From the cult to the extreme, the course explores a host of international directors and films, examining early German fantasy, French sex vampires, Italian witches and demons, Aussie dystopia, Polish psychodramas and Japanese radioactive monsters. Expect an in depth look at artists like Dario Argento, Mario Bava, Ana Lily Amirpour, Fritz Lang, Ishiro Honda and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 9 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Tuesday 6 June, so ends on Tuesday 18 July) Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 11 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

THE MUSIC OF STRANGERS: YO-YO MA AND THE SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE (12A) 92m

WED 19 APR, 5.15PM

The series also consists of eight themed writing workshops (up to 15 places available). The workshops are FREE to attend and will take place at Broadway on Wednesday afternoons (2.30 - 4.30pm) from 19 April to 7 June. Free tickets to the screenings are available for participants. Participants are not expected to have any prior experience of writing or knowledge of the field. They will work with specialists within a supportive workshop environment in order to produce new writing and will have the opportunity to read their work at an event on 14 June.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George Duration: 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing Wednesday 10 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

Tickets: £5/£4

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

WHO’S GONNA LOVE ME NOW? (15) + LIVE BY SATELLITE EVENT

Described by Salman Rushdie as ‘a writer of immense ambition and strength’, Kamila Shamsie is an internationally acclaimed, prize-winning novelist. She will be discussing the role of the telephone in her work with writer and BBC New Generation Thinker, Dr Sarah Jackson (Nottingham Trent University).

Described by Jeremy Noel-Tod as ‘one of our finest lyric poets’, Tom Pickard will be reading his poetry and discussing notions of home with poet and critic, Dr Rory Waterman (Nottingham Trent University). This will be followed by a screening of The Shadow and The Substance, Pickard’s 1994 documentary made for television, featuring Tony Benn and John Hegley.

WED 3 MAY, 5.15PM

TIM HANNIGAN

Courtney Traub is a writer and editor for About.com Paris Travel, and developer of Paris Unlocked, a collective digital narrative of the city. Tim Hannigan is a travel journalist and award-winning author of geo-historical books. They will be discussing approaches to travel writing with critic and researcher, Dr Rebecca Butler (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by London, a French-inspired, psycho-geographical journey through the capital city and its cultural history, narrated by Paul Scofield and his companion Robinson.

WED 10 MAY, 5.15PM

WED 24 MAY, 5.45PM

SHAMIM SARIF + THE WORLD UNSEEN (CERT TBC)

NAOMI SHAHIB NYE ILLUSTRATED TALK

Award-winning novelist, screenwriter and film director, Shamim Sarif will be discussing issues of race and sexuality in her work with researcher and critic, Dr Humaira Saeed (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by a screening of her film, The World Unseen. Set in 1950s South Africa, Sarif’s film is the story of free-spirited Amina, who has broken all the rules of her own conventional Indian community, and the new apartheid-led government, by running a café with Jacob, her ‘coloured’ business partner. When she meets Miriam, a young wife and mother, their unexpected attraction pushes Miriam to question the rules that bind her.

Award-winning poet, songwriter and novelist, Naomi Shahib Nye refers to herself as a ‘wandering poet’, having travelled widely to hold workshops and inspire people to write. She will be presenting an illustrated talk which will include a screening of The Lost Thing, an Oscar-winning animated short film. She will also discuss the influence of her own Arab-American heritage, of peace, and of empathy, in relation to her work with critic and researcher, Dr Anna Ball (Nottingham Trent University).

WED 31 MAY, 5.15PM

JOSH COHEN + CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (U) Psychoanalyst and professor of modern literary theory, Professor Josh Cohen is the acclaimed author of several books on psychoanalysis, modern literature and cultural theory. He will be discussing the uncanny with writer and researcher, Dr Zayneb Allak (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion wil be followed by a screening of Werner Herzog’s stunning documentary about the Chauvet Cave in southern France, where the world’s oldest cave paintings have been discovered. Herzog’s film brings to light an uncanny and breathtaking subterranean world including artworks hidden from view for more than 32,000 years.

THU 6, 8PM

MON 24, 8.45PM

SAT 29, TIME TBC

THE VERY PRIVATE LIFE OF MISTER SIM (CERT TBC)

MAD TO BE NORMAL (15) Dir: Robert Mullan UK 2017 105m

MINDHORN (15) PREVIEW + Q&A

With English Subtitles

Starring: David Tennant, Elisabeth Moss

Dir: Sean Foley UK 2016 89m

Dir: Michel Leclerc France 2015 102m

There was no more charismatic or controversial a figure during the swinging ‘60s than Scottish psychiatrist R D Laing. In 1965, he established Kingsley Hall in East London as a medication-free community for those seriously affected by schizophrenia. His methods made headlines worldwide.

Starring: Julian Barratt, Simon Farnaby

Starring: Jean-Pierre Bacri, Valeria Golino

Mister Sim is at the end of the line. His wife has left him, he has lost his job, and even his own father won’t meet him for lunch. When he receives an unexpected offer to travel through France selling toothbrushes, he seizes the opportunity but starts seeing a parallel with the tragic around-the-world sailor, Donald Crowhurst. Adapted from the popular novel ‘The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim’ by Jonathan Coe, this road movie about a man suffering an existential crisis is anchored by the sympathetic performance of Jean-Pierre Bacri.

Mad To Be Normal offers a powerful account of Laing’s Kingsley Hall experiment with a stunning performance from David Tennant that truly gets under the skin of an utterly compelling figure.

The fame has faded and the waistline has expanded but top actor Richard Thorncroft still clings to his status as beloved 1980s TV sleuth Mindhorn. Decades after the hit show, a dangerous criminal demands the fictional Mindhorn as his nemesis and Thorncroft is back in business. The ghosts of groovy Austin Powers and walking disaster area Inspector Clouseau haunt a rollicking comic romp graced by a stellar cast.

The world’s nuclear power plants have generated an estimated 300,000 tons of high-level radioactive waste that must be safely stored for 100,000 years or more. Every year, they generate another 12,000 metric tons of high-level waste. This documentary explores the mind-boggling scientific and philosophical questions long-term nuclear waste storage poses. Dr Daniel Cordle (Nottingham Trent University), an expert in Cold War literature and culture, will introduce the film and host a Q&A.

Curator at the Science Museum and author of several books on the Space Age, Doug Millard will discuss the theme of orbit and its creative representations with critic and researcher Professor Phil Leonard (Nottingham Trent University). A screening of the sci-fi drama Life, in which an international space crew discovers life on Mars, will follow the discussion.

SUN 16, 5.30PM

TWELFTH NIGHT

SUN 23, 2PM

ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (12A) 200m

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY (PG) 112m Walter Mitty lives life through his daydreams, but when his job along with that of his co-worker, are threatened, Walter takes action in the real world. HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MARIA FROM THE WEST BRIDGFORD POSSE

SHORT STACK (CERT TBC) Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. Short Stack showcases shorts, documentaries, music videos and trailers from the East Midlands and further afield. Tickets £3.50

TUE 25, 8.45PM

NT LIVE THU 6, 7PM

An American oil company sends a man to Scotland to buy up an entire village where they want to build a refinery in this lyrical anti-urban comedy from Bill Forsyth. ‘STRANGE TIMES’ – DAVID REACHES 60!

We hope to welcome Sean Foley, Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby for a post-screening Q&A.

NT LIVE THU 20, 7PM

Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire star in Tom Stoppard’s brilliantly funny situation comedy, broadcast live from The Old Vic in London. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 238m

With English Subtitles

To coincide with the recent re-release of Six.By Seven’s seminal second album from 2000, ‘The Closer You Get’, Beggars Arkive commissioned director Alex Mannion-Jones to produce a 20-minute Documentary, The Dream Is Sweeter Than The Taste. Six.By Seven frontman Chris Olley & Alex Mannion-Jones will discuss the film after the screening.

Based on the correspondence of two of the most important poets of the German language of the 20th century, The Dreamed Ones captures the powerful romance between Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan, the Austrian and the Jew from Czernowitz through their nearly 20-year correspondence (1948–1967).

In a dystopian and crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop returns to the force as a powerful cyborg haunted by submerged memories. HAPPY 40TH SCOTT, LOVE MUM, DAVE, CHRISTINE, JOHN & JANE

Dir: Ruth Beckermann Germany 2016 89m Starring: Anja Plaschg, Laurence Rupp

20%OFF

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

Anna Netrebko reprises her acclaimed role as Tatiana. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

RSC LIVE WED 26, 7PM

JULIUS CAESAR (12A) 210m Angus Jackson directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

WINIFRED NICHOLSON Liberation of Colour

THU 20, 7.30PM

WINE TASTING

4 MARCH - 4 JUNE 2017 DJANOGLY GALLERY NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

We will be serving wines from Umbrian vineyards, a region of Italy that borders Tuscany and Le Marche. The evening will consist of 4 different wines (one white, one rosé and two reds) accompanied by canapés. This evening is offered to Broadway Members only and will be £12 per person. Only 15 tickets are available so advance booking is recommended. Please book your place at the box office.

FRI 7, FROM 10PM

SUN 16, FROM 7PM

STIFF KITTENS DJ SET

DJ ASA

To kick off April with a bang, local and unpredictable DJs Stiff Kittens will be filling the Cafebar with their musical talents. Old school hip-hop, nu-rave and funky beats from 10pm till late!

MET OPERA SAT 22, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 23, 12NOON ENCORE

EUGENE ONEGIN (TCHAIKOVSKY)

THE DREAMED ONES (PG)

MEMBERS GET

WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK ADMISSION FREE /Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Candle Eigg 1980 Oil on canvas. Private Collection © Trustees of Winifred Nicholson, 2017

Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic.

SUN 30, 2PM

THE DREAM IS SWEETER THAN THE TASTE – SIX.BY SEVEN + Q&A

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM

(12A) 210m

SUN 30, 1PM

ROBOCOP (18) 99m

12

Israel/UK 2016 90m

At the age of 21 Saar Maoz arrived in the UK after being kicked out of his religious Kibbutz. Following the highs and lows that accompanied his newfound freedom Saar discovered an alternative family with The London Gay Men’s Chorus. After 19 years, Saar has reached out to his conservative Israeli family in an attempt at reconciliation. Now his parents are coming to visit... The film will be followed by a live by satellite Q&A hosted by Julian Clary and featuring a performance from The London Gay Men’s Chorus.

LOCAL HERO (PG) 107m

WED 7 JUN, 5PM

DOUG MILLARD + LIFE (15)

Dirs: Barak Heymann & Tomer Heymann

SUN 16, 2PM

Glasgow Film Festival

WED 17 MAY, 5.30PM

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE (E) 75m + INTRODUCTION + Q&A

The film follows revered cellist Yo-Yo Ma as he criss-crosses the globe, drawing together instrumentalists, singers, composers and artists for his ever-evolving Silk Road Ensemble passion project. ROB AND KATHY WANT TO SHARE THIS AMAZING, INSPIRING FILM

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TOM PICKARD + THE SHADOW AND THE SUBSTANCE (UC)

COURTNEY TRAUB AND TIM HANNIGAN + LONDON (U)

Book your place online or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura, l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

WED 26 APR, 5.30PM

KAMILA SHAMSIE + SORRY, WRONG NUMBER (PG)

This conversation will be followed by a rare chance to see Sorry, Wrong Number, an audacious and terrifying fim noir that granted Barbara Stanwick an Oscar nomination for her incredible performance.

To find out more about becoming a participant please contact zayneb.allak@ntu.ac.uk This series is organised by the Critical Poetics Research Group at Nottingham Trent University in association with Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, Writing East Midlands and Broadway.

SUN 2, 4PM

SUN 9, 2PM

DR COURTNEY TRAUB

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Join us for Re:Vision, a series of events exploring ideas about our contemporary experience through literature and film. Specially curated film screenings will follow talks with international award-winning writers and directors including Kamila Shamsie, Tom Pickard and Shamim Sarif. The aim of the series is to offer new opportunities for thinking and writing, both creatively and critically, about contemporary issues, from telecommunications and travel to nuclear futures and outer space.

See the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon. For more details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley: l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

MUSIC

With plenty of clips and discussion, this 6-week course, led by Sight & Sound journalist Christina Newland, will encompass a prosperous and golden decade for American movies: the 1950s. Going beyond nostalgia, the course will cover the Atomic Age, the Red Scare, the decade’s preoccupation with family life, and the quiet revolutions of Rock’n’Roll and Method Acting - all as they relate to the Hollywood film. From James Dean to Elvis, the ‘Pax Americana’ of the fifties was bursting with a lively and diverse film culture. The final course session will be a film screening of ... TBC Tutor: Christina Newland 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 8 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Monday 29 May, so ends on Monday 19 June) Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE

TALK CINEMA (90m)

LIFE

MONDO MOVIEHOUSE (90m)

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2017

FOOD AND DRINK

1970S HOLLYWOOD (120m)

TEENAGERS + SPACE INVADERS: A HISTORY OF ‘50S HOLLYWOOD (90m)

11

APRIL 2017

DJ Asa will be DJing from the Cafebar from 7PM – 11PM and we’ll also have 2 for 1 on selected drinks all evening. FRI 28, FROM 8PM

TRUTH & LIES DJ SET “Truth & Lies” will be playing a DJ set in the Mezz Bar from 8PM – 1AM – with two DJs playing back to back all evening.

TUE 11, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.


APRIL 2017

07

APRIL 2017

08

APRIL 2017

09

APRIL 2017

10

MY MOVIE

MAY 2017 FILM COURSES The 1970s were exciting and quite radical years in Hollywood. New, younger directors making their mark, new stars replacing the old guard and new attitudes fostered in the 1960s were permeating the filmmaking culture. Join us for ten Wednesday afternoons of sex, drugs and rock‘n’roll. Plus tea and biscuits. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 3 May, 2-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

A weird and wonderful delve into the stranger side of world cinema. From the cult to the extreme, the course explores a host of international directors and films, examining early German fantasy, French sex vampires, Italian witches and demons, Aussie dystopia, Polish psychodramas and Japanese radioactive monsters. Expect an in depth look at artists like Dario Argento, Mario Bava, Ana Lily Amirpour, Fritz Lang, Ishiro Honda and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 9 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Tuesday 6 June, so ends on Tuesday 18 July) Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 11 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

THE MUSIC OF STRANGERS: YO-YO MA AND THE SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE (12A) 92m

WED 19 APR, 5.15PM

The series also consists of eight themed writing workshops (up to 15 places available). The workshops are FREE to attend and will take place at Broadway on Wednesday afternoons (2.30 - 4.30pm) from 19 April to 7 June. Free tickets to the screenings are available for participants. Participants are not expected to have any prior experience of writing or knowledge of the field. They will work with specialists within a supportive workshop environment in order to produce new writing and will have the opportunity to read their work at an event on 14 June.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George Duration: 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing Wednesday 10 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

Tickets: £5/£4

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

WHO’S GONNA LOVE ME NOW? (15) + LIVE BY SATELLITE EVENT

Described by Salman Rushdie as ‘a writer of immense ambition and strength’, Kamila Shamsie is an internationally acclaimed, prize-winning novelist. She will be discussing the role of the telephone in her work with writer and BBC New Generation Thinker, Dr Sarah Jackson (Nottingham Trent University).

Described by Jeremy Noel-Tod as ‘one of our finest lyric poets’, Tom Pickard will be reading his poetry and discussing notions of home with poet and critic, Dr Rory Waterman (Nottingham Trent University). This will be followed by a screening of The Shadow and The Substance, Pickard’s 1994 documentary made for television, featuring Tony Benn and John Hegley.

WED 3 MAY, 5.15PM

TIM HANNIGAN

Courtney Traub is a writer and editor for About.com Paris Travel, and developer of Paris Unlocked, a collective digital narrative of the city. Tim Hannigan is a travel journalist and award-winning author of geo-historical books. They will be discussing approaches to travel writing with critic and researcher, Dr Rebecca Butler (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by London, a French-inspired, psycho-geographical journey through the capital city and its cultural history, narrated by Paul Scofield and his companion Robinson.

WED 10 MAY, 5.15PM

WED 24 MAY, 5.45PM

SHAMIM SARIF + THE WORLD UNSEEN (CERT TBC)

NAOMI SHAHIB NYE ILLUSTRATED TALK

Award-winning novelist, screenwriter and film director, Shamim Sarif will be discussing issues of race and sexuality in her work with researcher and critic, Dr Humaira Saeed (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by a screening of her film, The World Unseen. Set in 1950s South Africa, Sarif’s film is the story of free-spirited Amina, who has broken all the rules of her own conventional Indian community, and the new apartheid-led government, by running a café with Jacob, her ‘coloured’ business partner. When she meets Miriam, a young wife and mother, their unexpected attraction pushes Miriam to question the rules that bind her.

Award-winning poet, songwriter and novelist, Naomi Shahib Nye refers to herself as a ‘wandering poet’, having travelled widely to hold workshops and inspire people to write. She will be presenting an illustrated talk which will include a screening of The Lost Thing, an Oscar-winning animated short film. She will also discuss the influence of her own Arab-American heritage, of peace, and of empathy, in relation to her work with critic and researcher, Dr Anna Ball (Nottingham Trent University).

WED 31 MAY, 5.15PM

JOSH COHEN + CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (U) Psychoanalyst and professor of modern literary theory, Professor Josh Cohen is the acclaimed author of several books on psychoanalysis, modern literature and cultural theory. He will be discussing the uncanny with writer and researcher, Dr Zayneb Allak (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion wil be followed by a screening of Werner Herzog’s stunning documentary about the Chauvet Cave in southern France, where the world’s oldest cave paintings have been discovered. Herzog’s film brings to light an uncanny and breathtaking subterranean world including artworks hidden from view for more than 32,000 years.

THU 6, 8PM

MON 24, 8.45PM

SAT 29, TIME TBC

THE VERY PRIVATE LIFE OF MISTER SIM (CERT TBC)

MAD TO BE NORMAL (15) Dir: Robert Mullan UK 2017 105m

MINDHORN (15) PREVIEW + Q&A

With English Subtitles

Starring: David Tennant, Elisabeth Moss

Dir: Sean Foley UK 2016 89m

Dir: Michel Leclerc France 2015 102m

There was no more charismatic or controversial a figure during the swinging ‘60s than Scottish psychiatrist R D Laing. In 1965, he established Kingsley Hall in East London as a medication-free community for those seriously affected by schizophrenia. His methods made headlines worldwide.

Starring: Julian Barratt, Simon Farnaby

Starring: Jean-Pierre Bacri, Valeria Golino

Mister Sim is at the end of the line. His wife has left him, he has lost his job, and even his own father won’t meet him for lunch. When he receives an unexpected offer to travel through France selling toothbrushes, he seizes the opportunity but starts seeing a parallel with the tragic around-the-world sailor, Donald Crowhurst. Adapted from the popular novel ‘The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim’ by Jonathan Coe, this road movie about a man suffering an existential crisis is anchored by the sympathetic performance of Jean-Pierre Bacri.

Mad To Be Normal offers a powerful account of Laing’s Kingsley Hall experiment with a stunning performance from David Tennant that truly gets under the skin of an utterly compelling figure.

The fame has faded and the waistline has expanded but top actor Richard Thorncroft still clings to his status as beloved 1980s TV sleuth Mindhorn. Decades after the hit show, a dangerous criminal demands the fictional Mindhorn as his nemesis and Thorncroft is back in business. The ghosts of groovy Austin Powers and walking disaster area Inspector Clouseau haunt a rollicking comic romp graced by a stellar cast.

The world’s nuclear power plants have generated an estimated 300,000 tons of high-level radioactive waste that must be safely stored for 100,000 years or more. Every year, they generate another 12,000 metric tons of high-level waste. This documentary explores the mind-boggling scientific and philosophical questions long-term nuclear waste storage poses. Dr Daniel Cordle (Nottingham Trent University), an expert in Cold War literature and culture, will introduce the film and host a Q&A.

Curator at the Science Museum and author of several books on the Space Age, Doug Millard will discuss the theme of orbit and its creative representations with critic and researcher Professor Phil Leonard (Nottingham Trent University). A screening of the sci-fi drama Life, in which an international space crew discovers life on Mars, will follow the discussion.

SUN 16, 5.30PM

TWELFTH NIGHT

SUN 23, 2PM

ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (12A) 200m

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY (PG) 112m Walter Mitty lives life through his daydreams, but when his job along with that of his co-worker, are threatened, Walter takes action in the real world. HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MARIA FROM THE WEST BRIDGFORD POSSE

SHORT STACK (CERT TBC) Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. Short Stack showcases shorts, documentaries, music videos and trailers from the East Midlands and further afield. Tickets £3.50

TUE 25, 8.45PM

NT LIVE THU 6, 7PM

An American oil company sends a man to Scotland to buy up an entire village where they want to build a refinery in this lyrical anti-urban comedy from Bill Forsyth. ‘STRANGE TIMES’ – DAVID REACHES 60!

We hope to welcome Sean Foley, Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby for a post-screening Q&A.

NT LIVE THU 20, 7PM

Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire star in Tom Stoppard’s brilliantly funny situation comedy, broadcast live from The Old Vic in London. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 238m

With English Subtitles

To coincide with the recent re-release of Six.By Seven’s seminal second album from 2000, ‘The Closer You Get’, Beggars Arkive commissioned director Alex Mannion-Jones to produce a 20-minute Documentary, The Dream Is Sweeter Than The Taste. Six.By Seven frontman Chris Olley & Alex Mannion-Jones will discuss the film after the screening.

Based on the correspondence of two of the most important poets of the German language of the 20th century, The Dreamed Ones captures the powerful romance between Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan, the Austrian and the Jew from Czernowitz through their nearly 20-year correspondence (1948–1967).

In a dystopian and crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop returns to the force as a powerful cyborg haunted by submerged memories. HAPPY 40TH SCOTT, LOVE MUM, DAVE, CHRISTINE, JOHN & JANE

Dir: Ruth Beckermann Germany 2016 89m Starring: Anja Plaschg, Laurence Rupp

20%OFF

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

Anna Netrebko reprises her acclaimed role as Tatiana. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

RSC LIVE WED 26, 7PM

JULIUS CAESAR (12A) 210m Angus Jackson directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

WINIFRED NICHOLSON Liberation of Colour

THU 20, 7.30PM

WINE TASTING

4 MARCH - 4 JUNE 2017 DJANOGLY GALLERY NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

We will be serving wines from Umbrian vineyards, a region of Italy that borders Tuscany and Le Marche. The evening will consist of 4 different wines (one white, one rosé and two reds) accompanied by canapés. This evening is offered to Broadway Members only and will be £12 per person. Only 15 tickets are available so advance booking is recommended. Please book your place at the box office.

FRI 7, FROM 10PM

SUN 16, FROM 7PM

STIFF KITTENS DJ SET

DJ ASA

To kick off April with a bang, local and unpredictable DJs Stiff Kittens will be filling the Cafebar with their musical talents. Old school hip-hop, nu-rave and funky beats from 10pm till late!

MET OPERA SAT 22, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 23, 12NOON ENCORE

EUGENE ONEGIN (TCHAIKOVSKY)

THE DREAMED ONES (PG)

MEMBERS GET

WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK ADMISSION FREE /Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Candle Eigg 1980 Oil on canvas. Private Collection © Trustees of Winifred Nicholson, 2017

Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic.

SUN 30, 2PM

THE DREAM IS SWEETER THAN THE TASTE – SIX.BY SEVEN + Q&A

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM

(12A) 210m

SUN 30, 1PM

ROBOCOP (18) 99m

12

Israel/UK 2016 90m

At the age of 21 Saar Maoz arrived in the UK after being kicked out of his religious Kibbutz. Following the highs and lows that accompanied his newfound freedom Saar discovered an alternative family with The London Gay Men’s Chorus. After 19 years, Saar has reached out to his conservative Israeli family in an attempt at reconciliation. Now his parents are coming to visit... The film will be followed by a live by satellite Q&A hosted by Julian Clary and featuring a performance from The London Gay Men’s Chorus.

LOCAL HERO (PG) 107m

WED 7 JUN, 5PM

DOUG MILLARD + LIFE (15)

Dirs: Barak Heymann & Tomer Heymann

SUN 16, 2PM

Glasgow Film Festival

WED 17 MAY, 5.30PM

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE (E) 75m + INTRODUCTION + Q&A

The film follows revered cellist Yo-Yo Ma as he criss-crosses the globe, drawing together instrumentalists, singers, composers and artists for his ever-evolving Silk Road Ensemble passion project. ROB AND KATHY WANT TO SHARE THIS AMAZING, INSPIRING FILM

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TOM PICKARD + THE SHADOW AND THE SUBSTANCE (UC)

COURTNEY TRAUB AND TIM HANNIGAN + LONDON (U)

Book your place online or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura, l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

WED 26 APR, 5.30PM

KAMILA SHAMSIE + SORRY, WRONG NUMBER (PG)

This conversation will be followed by a rare chance to see Sorry, Wrong Number, an audacious and terrifying fim noir that granted Barbara Stanwick an Oscar nomination for her incredible performance.

To find out more about becoming a participant please contact zayneb.allak@ntu.ac.uk This series is organised by the Critical Poetics Research Group at Nottingham Trent University in association with Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, Writing East Midlands and Broadway.

SUN 2, 4PM

SUN 9, 2PM

DR COURTNEY TRAUB

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Join us for Re:Vision, a series of events exploring ideas about our contemporary experience through literature and film. Specially curated film screenings will follow talks with international award-winning writers and directors including Kamila Shamsie, Tom Pickard and Shamim Sarif. The aim of the series is to offer new opportunities for thinking and writing, both creatively and critically, about contemporary issues, from telecommunications and travel to nuclear futures and outer space.

See the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon. For more details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley: l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

MUSIC

With plenty of clips and discussion, this 6-week course, led by Sight & Sound journalist Christina Newland, will encompass a prosperous and golden decade for American movies: the 1950s. Going beyond nostalgia, the course will cover the Atomic Age, the Red Scare, the decade’s preoccupation with family life, and the quiet revolutions of Rock’n’Roll and Method Acting - all as they relate to the Hollywood film. From James Dean to Elvis, the ‘Pax Americana’ of the fifties was bursting with a lively and diverse film culture. The final course session will be a film screening of ... TBC Tutor: Christina Newland 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 8 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Monday 29 May, so ends on Monday 19 June) Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE

TALK CINEMA (90m)

LIFE

MONDO MOVIEHOUSE (90m)

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2017

FOOD AND DRINK

1970S HOLLYWOOD (120m)

TEENAGERS + SPACE INVADERS: A HISTORY OF ‘50S HOLLYWOOD (90m)

11

APRIL 2017

DJ Asa will be DJing from the Cafebar from 7PM – 11PM and we’ll also have 2 for 1 on selected drinks all evening. FRI 28, FROM 8PM

TRUTH & LIES DJ SET “Truth & Lies” will be playing a DJ set in the Mezz Bar from 8PM – 1AM – with two DJs playing back to back all evening.

TUE 11, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.


APRIL 2017

07

APRIL 2017

08

APRIL 2017

09

APRIL 2017

10

MY MOVIE

MAY 2017 FILM COURSES The 1970s were exciting and quite radical years in Hollywood. New, younger directors making their mark, new stars replacing the old guard and new attitudes fostered in the 1960s were permeating the filmmaking culture. Join us for ten Wednesday afternoons of sex, drugs and rock‘n’roll. Plus tea and biscuits. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 3 May, 2-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

A weird and wonderful delve into the stranger side of world cinema. From the cult to the extreme, the course explores a host of international directors and films, examining early German fantasy, French sex vampires, Italian witches and demons, Aussie dystopia, Polish psychodramas and Japanese radioactive monsters. Expect an in depth look at artists like Dario Argento, Mario Bava, Ana Lily Amirpour, Fritz Lang, Ishiro Honda and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 9 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Tuesday 6 June, so ends on Tuesday 18 July) Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 11 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

THE MUSIC OF STRANGERS: YO-YO MA AND THE SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE (12A) 92m

WED 19 APR, 5.15PM

The series also consists of eight themed writing workshops (up to 15 places available). The workshops are FREE to attend and will take place at Broadway on Wednesday afternoons (2.30 - 4.30pm) from 19 April to 7 June. Free tickets to the screenings are available for participants. Participants are not expected to have any prior experience of writing or knowledge of the field. They will work with specialists within a supportive workshop environment in order to produce new writing and will have the opportunity to read their work at an event on 14 June.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George Duration: 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing Wednesday 10 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

Tickets: £5/£4

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

WHO’S GONNA LOVE ME NOW? (15) + LIVE BY SATELLITE EVENT

Described by Salman Rushdie as ‘a writer of immense ambition and strength’, Kamila Shamsie is an internationally acclaimed, prize-winning novelist. She will be discussing the role of the telephone in her work with writer and BBC New Generation Thinker, Dr Sarah Jackson (Nottingham Trent University).

Described by Jeremy Noel-Tod as ‘one of our finest lyric poets’, Tom Pickard will be reading his poetry and discussing notions of home with poet and critic, Dr Rory Waterman (Nottingham Trent University). This will be followed by a screening of The Shadow and The Substance, Pickard’s 1994 documentary made for television, featuring Tony Benn and John Hegley.

WED 3 MAY, 5.15PM

TIM HANNIGAN

Courtney Traub is a writer and editor for About.com Paris Travel, and developer of Paris Unlocked, a collective digital narrative of the city. Tim Hannigan is a travel journalist and award-winning author of geo-historical books. They will be discussing approaches to travel writing with critic and researcher, Dr Rebecca Butler (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by London, a French-inspired, psycho-geographical journey through the capital city and its cultural history, narrated by Paul Scofield and his companion Robinson.

WED 10 MAY, 5.15PM

WED 24 MAY, 5.45PM

SHAMIM SARIF + THE WORLD UNSEEN (CERT TBC)

NAOMI SHAHIB NYE ILLUSTRATED TALK

Award-winning novelist, screenwriter and film director, Shamim Sarif will be discussing issues of race and sexuality in her work with researcher and critic, Dr Humaira Saeed (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by a screening of her film, The World Unseen. Set in 1950s South Africa, Sarif’s film is the story of free-spirited Amina, who has broken all the rules of her own conventional Indian community, and the new apartheid-led government, by running a café with Jacob, her ‘coloured’ business partner. When she meets Miriam, a young wife and mother, their unexpected attraction pushes Miriam to question the rules that bind her.

Award-winning poet, songwriter and novelist, Naomi Shahib Nye refers to herself as a ‘wandering poet’, having travelled widely to hold workshops and inspire people to write. She will be presenting an illustrated talk which will include a screening of The Lost Thing, an Oscar-winning animated short film. She will also discuss the influence of her own Arab-American heritage, of peace, and of empathy, in relation to her work with critic and researcher, Dr Anna Ball (Nottingham Trent University).

WED 31 MAY, 5.15PM

JOSH COHEN + CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (U) Psychoanalyst and professor of modern literary theory, Professor Josh Cohen is the acclaimed author of several books on psychoanalysis, modern literature and cultural theory. He will be discussing the uncanny with writer and researcher, Dr Zayneb Allak (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion wil be followed by a screening of Werner Herzog’s stunning documentary about the Chauvet Cave in southern France, where the world’s oldest cave paintings have been discovered. Herzog’s film brings to light an uncanny and breathtaking subterranean world including artworks hidden from view for more than 32,000 years.

THU 6, 8PM

MON 24, 8.45PM

SAT 29, TIME TBC

THE VERY PRIVATE LIFE OF MISTER SIM (CERT TBC)

MAD TO BE NORMAL (15) Dir: Robert Mullan UK 2017 105m

MINDHORN (15) PREVIEW + Q&A

With English Subtitles

Starring: David Tennant, Elisabeth Moss

Dir: Sean Foley UK 2016 89m

Dir: Michel Leclerc France 2015 102m

There was no more charismatic or controversial a figure during the swinging ‘60s than Scottish psychiatrist R D Laing. In 1965, he established Kingsley Hall in East London as a medication-free community for those seriously affected by schizophrenia. His methods made headlines worldwide.

Starring: Julian Barratt, Simon Farnaby

Starring: Jean-Pierre Bacri, Valeria Golino

Mister Sim is at the end of the line. His wife has left him, he has lost his job, and even his own father won’t meet him for lunch. When he receives an unexpected offer to travel through France selling toothbrushes, he seizes the opportunity but starts seeing a parallel with the tragic around-the-world sailor, Donald Crowhurst. Adapted from the popular novel ‘The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim’ by Jonathan Coe, this road movie about a man suffering an existential crisis is anchored by the sympathetic performance of Jean-Pierre Bacri.

Mad To Be Normal offers a powerful account of Laing’s Kingsley Hall experiment with a stunning performance from David Tennant that truly gets under the skin of an utterly compelling figure.

The fame has faded and the waistline has expanded but top actor Richard Thorncroft still clings to his status as beloved 1980s TV sleuth Mindhorn. Decades after the hit show, a dangerous criminal demands the fictional Mindhorn as his nemesis and Thorncroft is back in business. The ghosts of groovy Austin Powers and walking disaster area Inspector Clouseau haunt a rollicking comic romp graced by a stellar cast.

The world’s nuclear power plants have generated an estimated 300,000 tons of high-level radioactive waste that must be safely stored for 100,000 years or more. Every year, they generate another 12,000 metric tons of high-level waste. This documentary explores the mind-boggling scientific and philosophical questions long-term nuclear waste storage poses. Dr Daniel Cordle (Nottingham Trent University), an expert in Cold War literature and culture, will introduce the film and host a Q&A.

Curator at the Science Museum and author of several books on the Space Age, Doug Millard will discuss the theme of orbit and its creative representations with critic and researcher Professor Phil Leonard (Nottingham Trent University). A screening of the sci-fi drama Life, in which an international space crew discovers life on Mars, will follow the discussion.

SUN 16, 5.30PM

TWELFTH NIGHT

SUN 23, 2PM

ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (12A) 200m

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY (PG) 112m Walter Mitty lives life through his daydreams, but when his job along with that of his co-worker, are threatened, Walter takes action in the real world. HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MARIA FROM THE WEST BRIDGFORD POSSE

SHORT STACK (CERT TBC) Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. Short Stack showcases shorts, documentaries, music videos and trailers from the East Midlands and further afield. Tickets £3.50

TUE 25, 8.45PM

NT LIVE THU 6, 7PM

An American oil company sends a man to Scotland to buy up an entire village where they want to build a refinery in this lyrical anti-urban comedy from Bill Forsyth. ‘STRANGE TIMES’ – DAVID REACHES 60!

We hope to welcome Sean Foley, Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby for a post-screening Q&A.

NT LIVE THU 20, 7PM

Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire star in Tom Stoppard’s brilliantly funny situation comedy, broadcast live from The Old Vic in London. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 238m

With English Subtitles

To coincide with the recent re-release of Six.By Seven’s seminal second album from 2000, ‘The Closer You Get’, Beggars Arkive commissioned director Alex Mannion-Jones to produce a 20-minute Documentary, The Dream Is Sweeter Than The Taste. Six.By Seven frontman Chris Olley & Alex Mannion-Jones will discuss the film after the screening.

Based on the correspondence of two of the most important poets of the German language of the 20th century, The Dreamed Ones captures the powerful romance between Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan, the Austrian and the Jew from Czernowitz through their nearly 20-year correspondence (1948–1967).

In a dystopian and crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop returns to the force as a powerful cyborg haunted by submerged memories. HAPPY 40TH SCOTT, LOVE MUM, DAVE, CHRISTINE, JOHN & JANE

Dir: Ruth Beckermann Germany 2016 89m Starring: Anja Plaschg, Laurence Rupp

20%OFF

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

Anna Netrebko reprises her acclaimed role as Tatiana. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

RSC LIVE WED 26, 7PM

JULIUS CAESAR (12A) 210m Angus Jackson directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

WINIFRED NICHOLSON Liberation of Colour

THU 20, 7.30PM

WINE TASTING

4 MARCH - 4 JUNE 2017 DJANOGLY GALLERY NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

We will be serving wines from Umbrian vineyards, a region of Italy that borders Tuscany and Le Marche. The evening will consist of 4 different wines (one white, one rosé and two reds) accompanied by canapés. This evening is offered to Broadway Members only and will be £12 per person. Only 15 tickets are available so advance booking is recommended. Please book your place at the box office.

FRI 7, FROM 10PM

SUN 16, FROM 7PM

STIFF KITTENS DJ SET

DJ ASA

To kick off April with a bang, local and unpredictable DJs Stiff Kittens will be filling the Cafebar with their musical talents. Old school hip-hop, nu-rave and funky beats from 10pm till late!

MET OPERA SAT 22, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 23, 12NOON ENCORE

EUGENE ONEGIN (TCHAIKOVSKY)

THE DREAMED ONES (PG)

MEMBERS GET

WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK ADMISSION FREE /Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Candle Eigg 1980 Oil on canvas. Private Collection © Trustees of Winifred Nicholson, 2017

Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic.

SUN 30, 2PM

THE DREAM IS SWEETER THAN THE TASTE – SIX.BY SEVEN + Q&A

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM

(12A) 210m

SUN 30, 1PM

ROBOCOP (18) 99m

12

Israel/UK 2016 90m

At the age of 21 Saar Maoz arrived in the UK after being kicked out of his religious Kibbutz. Following the highs and lows that accompanied his newfound freedom Saar discovered an alternative family with The London Gay Men’s Chorus. After 19 years, Saar has reached out to his conservative Israeli family in an attempt at reconciliation. Now his parents are coming to visit... The film will be followed by a live by satellite Q&A hosted by Julian Clary and featuring a performance from The London Gay Men’s Chorus.

LOCAL HERO (PG) 107m

WED 7 JUN, 5PM

DOUG MILLARD + LIFE (15)

Dirs: Barak Heymann & Tomer Heymann

SUN 16, 2PM

Glasgow Film Festival

WED 17 MAY, 5.30PM

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE (E) 75m + INTRODUCTION + Q&A

The film follows revered cellist Yo-Yo Ma as he criss-crosses the globe, drawing together instrumentalists, singers, composers and artists for his ever-evolving Silk Road Ensemble passion project. ROB AND KATHY WANT TO SHARE THIS AMAZING, INSPIRING FILM

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TOM PICKARD + THE SHADOW AND THE SUBSTANCE (UC)

COURTNEY TRAUB AND TIM HANNIGAN + LONDON (U)

Book your place online or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura, l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

WED 26 APR, 5.30PM

KAMILA SHAMSIE + SORRY, WRONG NUMBER (PG)

This conversation will be followed by a rare chance to see Sorry, Wrong Number, an audacious and terrifying fim noir that granted Barbara Stanwick an Oscar nomination for her incredible performance.

To find out more about becoming a participant please contact zayneb.allak@ntu.ac.uk This series is organised by the Critical Poetics Research Group at Nottingham Trent University in association with Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, Writing East Midlands and Broadway.

SUN 2, 4PM

SUN 9, 2PM

DR COURTNEY TRAUB

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Join us for Re:Vision, a series of events exploring ideas about our contemporary experience through literature and film. Specially curated film screenings will follow talks with international award-winning writers and directors including Kamila Shamsie, Tom Pickard and Shamim Sarif. The aim of the series is to offer new opportunities for thinking and writing, both creatively and critically, about contemporary issues, from telecommunications and travel to nuclear futures and outer space.

See the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon. For more details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley: l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

MUSIC

With plenty of clips and discussion, this 6-week course, led by Sight & Sound journalist Christina Newland, will encompass a prosperous and golden decade for American movies: the 1950s. Going beyond nostalgia, the course will cover the Atomic Age, the Red Scare, the decade’s preoccupation with family life, and the quiet revolutions of Rock’n’Roll and Method Acting - all as they relate to the Hollywood film. From James Dean to Elvis, the ‘Pax Americana’ of the fifties was bursting with a lively and diverse film culture. The final course session will be a film screening of ... TBC Tutor: Christina Newland 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 8 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Monday 29 May, so ends on Monday 19 June) Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE

TALK CINEMA (90m)

LIFE

MONDO MOVIEHOUSE (90m)

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2017

FOOD AND DRINK

1970S HOLLYWOOD (120m)

TEENAGERS + SPACE INVADERS: A HISTORY OF ‘50S HOLLYWOOD (90m)

11

APRIL 2017

DJ Asa will be DJing from the Cafebar from 7PM – 11PM and we’ll also have 2 for 1 on selected drinks all evening. FRI 28, FROM 8PM

TRUTH & LIES DJ SET “Truth & Lies” will be playing a DJ set in the Mezz Bar from 8PM – 1AM – with two DJs playing back to back all evening.

TUE 11, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.


APRIL 2017

07

APRIL 2017

08

APRIL 2017

09

APRIL 2017

10

MY MOVIE

MAY 2017 FILM COURSES The 1970s were exciting and quite radical years in Hollywood. New, younger directors making their mark, new stars replacing the old guard and new attitudes fostered in the 1960s were permeating the filmmaking culture. Join us for ten Wednesday afternoons of sex, drugs and rock‘n’roll. Plus tea and biscuits. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 3 May, 2-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

A weird and wonderful delve into the stranger side of world cinema. From the cult to the extreme, the course explores a host of international directors and films, examining early German fantasy, French sex vampires, Italian witches and demons, Aussie dystopia, Polish psychodramas and Japanese radioactive monsters. Expect an in depth look at artists like Dario Argento, Mario Bava, Ana Lily Amirpour, Fritz Lang, Ishiro Honda and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 9 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Tuesday 6 June, so ends on Tuesday 18 July) Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 11 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

THE MUSIC OF STRANGERS: YO-YO MA AND THE SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE (12A) 92m

WED 19 APR, 5.15PM

The series also consists of eight themed writing workshops (up to 15 places available). The workshops are FREE to attend and will take place at Broadway on Wednesday afternoons (2.30 - 4.30pm) from 19 April to 7 June. Free tickets to the screenings are available for participants. Participants are not expected to have any prior experience of writing or knowledge of the field. They will work with specialists within a supportive workshop environment in order to produce new writing and will have the opportunity to read their work at an event on 14 June.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George Duration: 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing Wednesday 10 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

Tickets: £5/£4

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

WHO’S GONNA LOVE ME NOW? (15) + LIVE BY SATELLITE EVENT

Described by Salman Rushdie as ‘a writer of immense ambition and strength’, Kamila Shamsie is an internationally acclaimed, prize-winning novelist. She will be discussing the role of the telephone in her work with writer and BBC New Generation Thinker, Dr Sarah Jackson (Nottingham Trent University).

Described by Jeremy Noel-Tod as ‘one of our finest lyric poets’, Tom Pickard will be reading his poetry and discussing notions of home with poet and critic, Dr Rory Waterman (Nottingham Trent University). This will be followed by a screening of The Shadow and The Substance, Pickard’s 1994 documentary made for television, featuring Tony Benn and John Hegley.

WED 3 MAY, 5.15PM

TIM HANNIGAN

Courtney Traub is a writer and editor for About.com Paris Travel, and developer of Paris Unlocked, a collective digital narrative of the city. Tim Hannigan is a travel journalist and award-winning author of geo-historical books. They will be discussing approaches to travel writing with critic and researcher, Dr Rebecca Butler (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by London, a French-inspired, psycho-geographical journey through the capital city and its cultural history, narrated by Paul Scofield and his companion Robinson.

WED 10 MAY, 5.15PM

WED 24 MAY, 5.45PM

SHAMIM SARIF + THE WORLD UNSEEN (CERT TBC)

NAOMI SHAHIB NYE ILLUSTRATED TALK

Award-winning novelist, screenwriter and film director, Shamim Sarif will be discussing issues of race and sexuality in her work with researcher and critic, Dr Humaira Saeed (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by a screening of her film, The World Unseen. Set in 1950s South Africa, Sarif’s film is the story of free-spirited Amina, who has broken all the rules of her own conventional Indian community, and the new apartheid-led government, by running a café with Jacob, her ‘coloured’ business partner. When she meets Miriam, a young wife and mother, their unexpected attraction pushes Miriam to question the rules that bind her.

Award-winning poet, songwriter and novelist, Naomi Shahib Nye refers to herself as a ‘wandering poet’, having travelled widely to hold workshops and inspire people to write. She will be presenting an illustrated talk which will include a screening of The Lost Thing, an Oscar-winning animated short film. She will also discuss the influence of her own Arab-American heritage, of peace, and of empathy, in relation to her work with critic and researcher, Dr Anna Ball (Nottingham Trent University).

WED 31 MAY, 5.15PM

JOSH COHEN + CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (U) Psychoanalyst and professor of modern literary theory, Professor Josh Cohen is the acclaimed author of several books on psychoanalysis, modern literature and cultural theory. He will be discussing the uncanny with writer and researcher, Dr Zayneb Allak (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion wil be followed by a screening of Werner Herzog’s stunning documentary about the Chauvet Cave in southern France, where the world’s oldest cave paintings have been discovered. Herzog’s film brings to light an uncanny and breathtaking subterranean world including artworks hidden from view for more than 32,000 years.

THU 6, 8PM

MON 24, 8.45PM

SAT 29, TIME TBC

THE VERY PRIVATE LIFE OF MISTER SIM (CERT TBC)

MAD TO BE NORMAL (15) Dir: Robert Mullan UK 2017 105m

MINDHORN (15) PREVIEW + Q&A

With English Subtitles

Starring: David Tennant, Elisabeth Moss

Dir: Sean Foley UK 2016 89m

Dir: Michel Leclerc France 2015 102m

There was no more charismatic or controversial a figure during the swinging ‘60s than Scottish psychiatrist R D Laing. In 1965, he established Kingsley Hall in East London as a medication-free community for those seriously affected by schizophrenia. His methods made headlines worldwide.

Starring: Julian Barratt, Simon Farnaby

Starring: Jean-Pierre Bacri, Valeria Golino

Mister Sim is at the end of the line. His wife has left him, he has lost his job, and even his own father won’t meet him for lunch. When he receives an unexpected offer to travel through France selling toothbrushes, he seizes the opportunity but starts seeing a parallel with the tragic around-the-world sailor, Donald Crowhurst. Adapted from the popular novel ‘The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim’ by Jonathan Coe, this road movie about a man suffering an existential crisis is anchored by the sympathetic performance of Jean-Pierre Bacri.

Mad To Be Normal offers a powerful account of Laing’s Kingsley Hall experiment with a stunning performance from David Tennant that truly gets under the skin of an utterly compelling figure.

The fame has faded and the waistline has expanded but top actor Richard Thorncroft still clings to his status as beloved 1980s TV sleuth Mindhorn. Decades after the hit show, a dangerous criminal demands the fictional Mindhorn as his nemesis and Thorncroft is back in business. The ghosts of groovy Austin Powers and walking disaster area Inspector Clouseau haunt a rollicking comic romp graced by a stellar cast.

The world’s nuclear power plants have generated an estimated 300,000 tons of high-level radioactive waste that must be safely stored for 100,000 years or more. Every year, they generate another 12,000 metric tons of high-level waste. This documentary explores the mind-boggling scientific and philosophical questions long-term nuclear waste storage poses. Dr Daniel Cordle (Nottingham Trent University), an expert in Cold War literature and culture, will introduce the film and host a Q&A.

Curator at the Science Museum and author of several books on the Space Age, Doug Millard will discuss the theme of orbit and its creative representations with critic and researcher Professor Phil Leonard (Nottingham Trent University). A screening of the sci-fi drama Life, in which an international space crew discovers life on Mars, will follow the discussion.

SUN 16, 5.30PM

TWELFTH NIGHT

SUN 23, 2PM

ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (12A) 200m

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY (PG) 112m Walter Mitty lives life through his daydreams, but when his job along with that of his co-worker, are threatened, Walter takes action in the real world. HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MARIA FROM THE WEST BRIDGFORD POSSE

SHORT STACK (CERT TBC) Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. Short Stack showcases shorts, documentaries, music videos and trailers from the East Midlands and further afield. Tickets £3.50

TUE 25, 8.45PM

NT LIVE THU 6, 7PM

An American oil company sends a man to Scotland to buy up an entire village where they want to build a refinery in this lyrical anti-urban comedy from Bill Forsyth. ‘STRANGE TIMES’ – DAVID REACHES 60!

We hope to welcome Sean Foley, Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby for a post-screening Q&A.

NT LIVE THU 20, 7PM

Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire star in Tom Stoppard’s brilliantly funny situation comedy, broadcast live from The Old Vic in London. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 238m

With English Subtitles

To coincide with the recent re-release of Six.By Seven’s seminal second album from 2000, ‘The Closer You Get’, Beggars Arkive commissioned director Alex Mannion-Jones to produce a 20-minute Documentary, The Dream Is Sweeter Than The Taste. Six.By Seven frontman Chris Olley & Alex Mannion-Jones will discuss the film after the screening.

Based on the correspondence of two of the most important poets of the German language of the 20th century, The Dreamed Ones captures the powerful romance between Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan, the Austrian and the Jew from Czernowitz through their nearly 20-year correspondence (1948–1967).

In a dystopian and crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop returns to the force as a powerful cyborg haunted by submerged memories. HAPPY 40TH SCOTT, LOVE MUM, DAVE, CHRISTINE, JOHN & JANE

Dir: Ruth Beckermann Germany 2016 89m Starring: Anja Plaschg, Laurence Rupp

20%OFF

MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

Anna Netrebko reprises her acclaimed role as Tatiana. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

RSC LIVE WED 26, 7PM

JULIUS CAESAR (12A) 210m Angus Jackson directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

WINIFRED NICHOLSON Liberation of Colour

THU 20, 7.30PM

WINE TASTING

4 MARCH - 4 JUNE 2017 DJANOGLY GALLERY NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

We will be serving wines from Umbrian vineyards, a region of Italy that borders Tuscany and Le Marche. The evening will consist of 4 different wines (one white, one rosé and two reds) accompanied by canapés. This evening is offered to Broadway Members only and will be £12 per person. Only 15 tickets are available so advance booking is recommended. Please book your place at the box office.

FRI 7, FROM 10PM

SUN 16, FROM 7PM

STIFF KITTENS DJ SET

DJ ASA

To kick off April with a bang, local and unpredictable DJs Stiff Kittens will be filling the Cafebar with their musical talents. Old school hip-hop, nu-rave and funky beats from 10pm till late!

MET OPERA SAT 22, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 23, 12NOON ENCORE

EUGENE ONEGIN (TCHAIKOVSKY)

THE DREAMED ONES (PG)

MEMBERS GET

WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK ADMISSION FREE /Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Candle Eigg 1980 Oil on canvas. Private Collection © Trustees of Winifred Nicholson, 2017

Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic.

SUN 30, 2PM

THE DREAM IS SWEETER THAN THE TASTE – SIX.BY SEVEN + Q&A

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM

(12A) 210m

SUN 30, 1PM

ROBOCOP (18) 99m

12

Israel/UK 2016 90m

At the age of 21 Saar Maoz arrived in the UK after being kicked out of his religious Kibbutz. Following the highs and lows that accompanied his newfound freedom Saar discovered an alternative family with The London Gay Men’s Chorus. After 19 years, Saar has reached out to his conservative Israeli family in an attempt at reconciliation. Now his parents are coming to visit... The film will be followed by a live by satellite Q&A hosted by Julian Clary and featuring a performance from The London Gay Men’s Chorus.

LOCAL HERO (PG) 107m

WED 7 JUN, 5PM

DOUG MILLARD + LIFE (15)

Dirs: Barak Heymann & Tomer Heymann

SUN 16, 2PM

Glasgow Film Festival

WED 17 MAY, 5.30PM

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE (E) 75m + INTRODUCTION + Q&A

The film follows revered cellist Yo-Yo Ma as he criss-crosses the globe, drawing together instrumentalists, singers, composers and artists for his ever-evolving Silk Road Ensemble passion project. ROB AND KATHY WANT TO SHARE THIS AMAZING, INSPIRING FILM

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

QUIZZES

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TOM PICKARD + THE SHADOW AND THE SUBSTANCE (UC)

COURTNEY TRAUB AND TIM HANNIGAN + LONDON (U)

Book your place online or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura, l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

WED 26 APR, 5.30PM

KAMILA SHAMSIE + SORRY, WRONG NUMBER (PG)

This conversation will be followed by a rare chance to see Sorry, Wrong Number, an audacious and terrifying fim noir that granted Barbara Stanwick an Oscar nomination for her incredible performance.

To find out more about becoming a participant please contact zayneb.allak@ntu.ac.uk This series is organised by the Critical Poetics Research Group at Nottingham Trent University in association with Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, Writing East Midlands and Broadway.

SUN 2, 4PM

SUN 9, 2PM

DR COURTNEY TRAUB

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Join us for Re:Vision, a series of events exploring ideas about our contemporary experience through literature and film. Specially curated film screenings will follow talks with international award-winning writers and directors including Kamila Shamsie, Tom Pickard and Shamim Sarif. The aim of the series is to offer new opportunities for thinking and writing, both creatively and critically, about contemporary issues, from telecommunications and travel to nuclear futures and outer space.

See the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon. For more details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley: l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

MUSIC

With plenty of clips and discussion, this 6-week course, led by Sight & Sound journalist Christina Newland, will encompass a prosperous and golden decade for American movies: the 1950s. Going beyond nostalgia, the course will cover the Atomic Age, the Red Scare, the decade’s preoccupation with family life, and the quiet revolutions of Rock’n’Roll and Method Acting - all as they relate to the Hollywood film. From James Dean to Elvis, the ‘Pax Americana’ of the fifties was bursting with a lively and diverse film culture. The final course session will be a film screening of ... TBC Tutor: Christina Newland 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 8 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Monday 29 May, so ends on Monday 19 June) Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE

TALK CINEMA (90m)

LIFE

MONDO MOVIEHOUSE (90m)

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2017

FOOD AND DRINK

1970S HOLLYWOOD (120m)

TEENAGERS + SPACE INVADERS: A HISTORY OF ‘50S HOLLYWOOD (90m)

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DJ Asa will be DJing from the Cafebar from 7PM – 11PM and we’ll also have 2 for 1 on selected drinks all evening. FRI 28, FROM 8PM

TRUTH & LIES DJ SET “Truth & Lies” will be playing a DJ set in the Mezz Bar from 8PM – 1AM – with two DJs playing back to back all evening.

TUE 11, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.


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MAY 2017 FILM COURSES The 1970s were exciting and quite radical years in Hollywood. New, younger directors making their mark, new stars replacing the old guard and new attitudes fostered in the 1960s were permeating the filmmaking culture. Join us for ten Wednesday afternoons of sex, drugs and rock‘n’roll. Plus tea and biscuits. Tutor: Alan Seaman 10 weeks Wednesday afternoons commencing Wednesday 3 May, 2-4PM Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

A weird and wonderful delve into the stranger side of world cinema. From the cult to the extreme, the course explores a host of international directors and films, examining early German fantasy, French sex vampires, Italian witches and demons, Aussie dystopia, Polish psychodramas and Japanese radioactive monsters. Expect an in depth look at artists like Dario Argento, Mario Bava, Ana Lily Amirpour, Fritz Lang, Ishiro Honda and many, many more. Tutor: Andrew Graves 10 weeks Tuesday evenings commencing Tuesday 9 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Tuesday 6 June, so ends on Tuesday 18 July) Price: £70/£50 memb & conc

Love watching and talking about films? This course involves exactly that. Come along and watch a pre-arranged film from the Broadway programme in weeks 1,3,5,7 & 9 then meet the group in weeks 2,4,6,8 & 10 for an in-depth discussion of the previous week’s movie. Our film tutor, Graham Caveney, will moderate and provide illustrative analysis. Tutor: Graham Caveney 10 weeks Thursday evenings commencing Thursday 11 May, 7.30-9PM (discussion sessions) Price: £60/£40 memb & conc (includes entrance into films)

SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

THE MUSIC OF STRANGERS: YO-YO MA AND THE SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE (12A) 92m

WED 19 APR, 5.15PM

The series also consists of eight themed writing workshops (up to 15 places available). The workshops are FREE to attend and will take place at Broadway on Wednesday afternoons (2.30 - 4.30pm) from 19 April to 7 June. Free tickets to the screenings are available for participants. Participants are not expected to have any prior experience of writing or knowledge of the field. They will work with specialists within a supportive workshop environment in order to produce new writing and will have the opportunity to read their work at an event on 14 June.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

(150m)

Our popular screenwriting course is back! It will get you up and running with all the tools you need to write your screenplay. From finding your story, giving it structure and writing it visually; creating characters, writing dialogue and devising your plot. Not forgetting how to write a film synopsis and treatment. Tutor: Graham Lester George Duration: 8 weeks Wednesday evenings commencing Wednesday 10 May, 6.30-9PM Price: £130/£100 memb & conc

Tickets: £5/£4

With the support of Europa Cinemas, an initiative of the Media Programme of the European Union.

WHO’S GONNA LOVE ME NOW? (15) + LIVE BY SATELLITE EVENT

Described by Salman Rushdie as ‘a writer of immense ambition and strength’, Kamila Shamsie is an internationally acclaimed, prize-winning novelist. She will be discussing the role of the telephone in her work with writer and BBC New Generation Thinker, Dr Sarah Jackson (Nottingham Trent University).

Described by Jeremy Noel-Tod as ‘one of our finest lyric poets’, Tom Pickard will be reading his poetry and discussing notions of home with poet and critic, Dr Rory Waterman (Nottingham Trent University). This will be followed by a screening of The Shadow and The Substance, Pickard’s 1994 documentary made for television, featuring Tony Benn and John Hegley.

WED 3 MAY, 5.15PM

TIM HANNIGAN

Courtney Traub is a writer and editor for About.com Paris Travel, and developer of Paris Unlocked, a collective digital narrative of the city. Tim Hannigan is a travel journalist and award-winning author of geo-historical books. They will be discussing approaches to travel writing with critic and researcher, Dr Rebecca Butler (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by London, a French-inspired, psycho-geographical journey through the capital city and its cultural history, narrated by Paul Scofield and his companion Robinson.

WED 10 MAY, 5.15PM

WED 24 MAY, 5.45PM

SHAMIM SARIF + THE WORLD UNSEEN (CERT TBC)

NAOMI SHAHIB NYE ILLUSTRATED TALK

Award-winning novelist, screenwriter and film director, Shamim Sarif will be discussing issues of race and sexuality in her work with researcher and critic, Dr Humaira Saeed (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion will be followed by a screening of her film, The World Unseen. Set in 1950s South Africa, Sarif’s film is the story of free-spirited Amina, who has broken all the rules of her own conventional Indian community, and the new apartheid-led government, by running a café with Jacob, her ‘coloured’ business partner. When she meets Miriam, a young wife and mother, their unexpected attraction pushes Miriam to question the rules that bind her.

Award-winning poet, songwriter and novelist, Naomi Shahib Nye refers to herself as a ‘wandering poet’, having travelled widely to hold workshops and inspire people to write. She will be presenting an illustrated talk which will include a screening of The Lost Thing, an Oscar-winning animated short film. She will also discuss the influence of her own Arab-American heritage, of peace, and of empathy, in relation to her work with critic and researcher, Dr Anna Ball (Nottingham Trent University).

WED 31 MAY, 5.15PM

JOSH COHEN + CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS 3D (U) Psychoanalyst and professor of modern literary theory, Professor Josh Cohen is the acclaimed author of several books on psychoanalysis, modern literature and cultural theory. He will be discussing the uncanny with writer and researcher, Dr Zayneb Allak (Nottingham Trent University). This discussion wil be followed by a screening of Werner Herzog’s stunning documentary about the Chauvet Cave in southern France, where the world’s oldest cave paintings have been discovered. Herzog’s film brings to light an uncanny and breathtaking subterranean world including artworks hidden from view for more than 32,000 years.

THU 6, 8PM

MON 24, 8.45PM

SAT 29, TIME TBC

THE VERY PRIVATE LIFE OF MISTER SIM (CERT TBC)

MAD TO BE NORMAL (15) Dir: Robert Mullan UK 2017 105m

MINDHORN (15) PREVIEW + Q&A

With English Subtitles

Starring: David Tennant, Elisabeth Moss

Dir: Sean Foley UK 2016 89m

Dir: Michel Leclerc France 2015 102m

There was no more charismatic or controversial a figure during the swinging ‘60s than Scottish psychiatrist R D Laing. In 1965, he established Kingsley Hall in East London as a medication-free community for those seriously affected by schizophrenia. His methods made headlines worldwide.

Starring: Julian Barratt, Simon Farnaby

Starring: Jean-Pierre Bacri, Valeria Golino

Mister Sim is at the end of the line. His wife has left him, he has lost his job, and even his own father won’t meet him for lunch. When he receives an unexpected offer to travel through France selling toothbrushes, he seizes the opportunity but starts seeing a parallel with the tragic around-the-world sailor, Donald Crowhurst. Adapted from the popular novel ‘The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim’ by Jonathan Coe, this road movie about a man suffering an existential crisis is anchored by the sympathetic performance of Jean-Pierre Bacri.

Mad To Be Normal offers a powerful account of Laing’s Kingsley Hall experiment with a stunning performance from David Tennant that truly gets under the skin of an utterly compelling figure.

The fame has faded and the waistline has expanded but top actor Richard Thorncroft still clings to his status as beloved 1980s TV sleuth Mindhorn. Decades after the hit show, a dangerous criminal demands the fictional Mindhorn as his nemesis and Thorncroft is back in business. The ghosts of groovy Austin Powers and walking disaster area Inspector Clouseau haunt a rollicking comic romp graced by a stellar cast.

The world’s nuclear power plants have generated an estimated 300,000 tons of high-level radioactive waste that must be safely stored for 100,000 years or more. Every year, they generate another 12,000 metric tons of high-level waste. This documentary explores the mind-boggling scientific and philosophical questions long-term nuclear waste storage poses. Dr Daniel Cordle (Nottingham Trent University), an expert in Cold War literature and culture, will introduce the film and host a Q&A.

Curator at the Science Museum and author of several books on the Space Age, Doug Millard will discuss the theme of orbit and its creative representations with critic and researcher Professor Phil Leonard (Nottingham Trent University). A screening of the sci-fi drama Life, in which an international space crew discovers life on Mars, will follow the discussion.

SUN 16, 5.30PM

TWELFTH NIGHT

SUN 23, 2PM

ROSENCRANTZ & GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (12A) 200m

THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY (PG) 112m Walter Mitty lives life through his daydreams, but when his job along with that of his co-worker, are threatened, Walter takes action in the real world. HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MARIA FROM THE WEST BRIDGFORD POSSE

SHORT STACK (CERT TBC) Short Stack returns – a bi-monthly short film night that brings the independent film community together to chat all things film and fuel future collaborations. Short Stack showcases shorts, documentaries, music videos and trailers from the East Midlands and further afield. Tickets £3.50

TUE 25, 8.45PM

NT LIVE THU 6, 7PM

An American oil company sends a man to Scotland to buy up an entire village where they want to build a refinery in this lyrical anti-urban comedy from Bill Forsyth. ‘STRANGE TIMES’ – DAVID REACHES 60!

We hope to welcome Sean Foley, Julian Barratt and Simon Farnaby for a post-screening Q&A.

NT LIVE THU 20, 7PM

Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire star in Tom Stoppard’s brilliantly funny situation comedy, broadcast live from The Old Vic in London. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

(CERT TBC) 238m

With English Subtitles

To coincide with the recent re-release of Six.By Seven’s seminal second album from 2000, ‘The Closer You Get’, Beggars Arkive commissioned director Alex Mannion-Jones to produce a 20-minute Documentary, The Dream Is Sweeter Than The Taste. Six.By Seven frontman Chris Olley & Alex Mannion-Jones will discuss the film after the screening.

Based on the correspondence of two of the most important poets of the German language of the 20th century, The Dreamed Ones captures the powerful romance between Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan, the Austrian and the Jew from Czernowitz through their nearly 20-year correspondence (1948–1967).

In a dystopian and crime-ridden Detroit, a terminally wounded cop returns to the force as a powerful cyborg haunted by submerged memories. HAPPY 40TH SCOTT, LOVE MUM, DAVE, CHRISTINE, JOHN & JANE

Dir: Ruth Beckermann Germany 2016 89m Starring: Anja Plaschg, Laurence Rupp

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MEZZ OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 5PM - 11PM THU - SUN: 12NOON - 11PM

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

Anna Netrebko reprises her acclaimed role as Tatiana. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

RSC LIVE WED 26, 7PM

JULIUS CAESAR (12A) 210m Angus Jackson directs Shakespeare’s epic political tragedy. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

WINIFRED NICHOLSON Liberation of Colour

THU 20, 7.30PM

WINE TASTING

4 MARCH - 4 JUNE 2017 DJANOGLY GALLERY NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

We will be serving wines from Umbrian vineyards, a region of Italy that borders Tuscany and Le Marche. The evening will consist of 4 different wines (one white, one rosé and two reds) accompanied by canapés. This evening is offered to Broadway Members only and will be £12 per person. Only 15 tickets are available so advance booking is recommended. Please book your place at the box office.

FRI 7, FROM 10PM

SUN 16, FROM 7PM

STIFF KITTENS DJ SET

DJ ASA

To kick off April with a bang, local and unpredictable DJs Stiff Kittens will be filling the Cafebar with their musical talents. Old school hip-hop, nu-rave and funky beats from 10pm till late!

MET OPERA SAT 22, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 23, 12NOON ENCORE

EUGENE ONEGIN (TCHAIKOVSKY)

THE DREAMED ONES (PG)

MEMBERS GET

WWW.LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK ADMISSION FREE /Lakesidearts

Tram stop: University of Nottingham (Toton Lane line) Image: Candle Eigg 1980 Oil on canvas. Private Collection © Trustees of Winifred Nicholson, 2017

Tamsin Greig is Malvolia in a new twist on Shakespeare’s classic.

SUN 30, 2PM

THE DREAM IS SWEETER THAN THE TASTE – SIX.BY SEVEN + Q&A

CAFEBAR OPENING TIMES MON - WED: 9AM - 11PM THU - SAT: 9AM - 12AM SUN: 10AM - 11PM

(12A) 210m

SUN 30, 1PM

ROBOCOP (18) 99m

12

Israel/UK 2016 90m

At the age of 21 Saar Maoz arrived in the UK after being kicked out of his religious Kibbutz. Following the highs and lows that accompanied his newfound freedom Saar discovered an alternative family with The London Gay Men’s Chorus. After 19 years, Saar has reached out to his conservative Israeli family in an attempt at reconciliation. Now his parents are coming to visit... The film will be followed by a live by satellite Q&A hosted by Julian Clary and featuring a performance from The London Gay Men’s Chorus.

LOCAL HERO (PG) 107m

WED 7 JUN, 5PM

DOUG MILLARD + LIFE (15)

Dirs: Barak Heymann & Tomer Heymann

SUN 16, 2PM

Glasgow Film Festival

WED 17 MAY, 5.30PM

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE (E) 75m + INTRODUCTION + Q&A

The film follows revered cellist Yo-Yo Ma as he criss-crosses the globe, drawing together instrumentalists, singers, composers and artists for his ever-evolving Silk Road Ensemble passion project. ROB AND KATHY WANT TO SHARE THIS AMAZING, INSPIRING FILM

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

QUIZZES

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

TOM PICKARD + THE SHADOW AND THE SUBSTANCE (UC)

COURTNEY TRAUB AND TIM HANNIGAN + LONDON (U)

Book your place online or at our Box Office. Please contact Laura, l.cubley@broadway.org.uk if you have any queries about our courses.

BROADWAY IS A REGISTERED CHARITY (NO: 700880) AND IS SUPPORTED BY:

WED 26 APR, 5.30PM

KAMILA SHAMSIE + SORRY, WRONG NUMBER (PG)

This conversation will be followed by a rare chance to see Sorry, Wrong Number, an audacious and terrifying fim noir that granted Barbara Stanwick an Oscar nomination for her incredible performance.

To find out more about becoming a participant please contact zayneb.allak@ntu.ac.uk This series is organised by the Critical Poetics Research Group at Nottingham Trent University in association with Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, Writing East Midlands and Broadway.

SUN 2, 4PM

SUN 9, 2PM

DR COURTNEY TRAUB

BEGINNING SCREENWRITING

Join us for Re:Vision, a series of events exploring ideas about our contemporary experience through literature and film. Specially curated film screenings will follow talks with international award-winning writers and directors including Kamila Shamsie, Tom Pickard and Shamim Sarif. The aim of the series is to offer new opportunities for thinking and writing, both creatively and critically, about contemporary issues, from telecommunications and travel to nuclear futures and outer space.

See the film of your choice at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon. For more details call 0115 952 6600 or email Laura Cubley: l.cubley@broadway.org.uk

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

MUSIC

With plenty of clips and discussion, this 6-week course, led by Sight & Sound journalist Christina Newland, will encompass a prosperous and golden decade for American movies: the 1950s. Going beyond nostalgia, the course will cover the Atomic Age, the Red Scare, the decade’s preoccupation with family life, and the quiet revolutions of Rock’n’Roll and Method Acting - all as they relate to the Hollywood film. From James Dean to Elvis, the ‘Pax Americana’ of the fifties was bursting with a lively and diverse film culture. The final course session will be a film screening of ... TBC Tutor: Christina Newland 6 weeks Monday evenings commencing Monday 8 May, 7-8.30PM (excluding Monday 29 May, so ends on Monday 19 June) Price: £35/£25 memb & conc

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

INTO ETERNITY: A FILM FOR THE FUTURE

TALK CINEMA (90m)

LIFE

MONDO MOVIEHOUSE (90m)

LIVE BY SATELLITE

APRIL 2017

FOOD AND DRINK

1970S HOLLYWOOD (120m)

TEENAGERS + SPACE INVADERS: A HISTORY OF ‘50S HOLLYWOOD (90m)

11

APRIL 2017

DJ Asa will be DJing from the Cafebar from 7PM – 11PM and we’ll also have 2 for 1 on selected drinks all evening. FRI 28, FROM 8PM

TRUTH & LIES DJ SET “Truth & Lies” will be playing a DJ set in the Mezz Bar from 8PM – 1AM – with two DJs playing back to back all evening.

TUE 11, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 25, FROM 8.30PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

Our popular gaming quiz reboots tonight. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes too.

Quizmaster Colin returns to present our popular film quiz. It’s £1 a head to join in the fun and there are prizes to be won.

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