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WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

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WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

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WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

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EVERY MONTH

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

Programmed with the discerning younger viewer in mind! All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

BRINGING UP BABY! These exclusive screenings are for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

WHEN IT’S ON

FEBRUARY 2012 Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 27 JAN

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 10

MARGIN CALL (15) Dir: J C Chandor United States 2011 106m

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC)

Dir: David Cronenberg United Kingdom

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) IN ENGLISH

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (CERT TBC)

Dir: Kriv Stenders Australia 2011 92m

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE (15)

Starring: George Clooney, Judy Greer, Beau Bridges

Starring: Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster,

Starring: Stanley Tucci, Jeremy Irons,

Dir: James Watkins United Kingdom 2012

2012 99m

Dir: Bibo Bergeron France 2011 89m

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012

Starring: Rachael Taylor, Josh Lucas,

Dir: Sean Durkin United States 2011 101m

In his first film since the Oscar-winning Sideways, writer-director Alexander Payne again proves himself a master of the kind of smart, sharp and surprisingly tender comedy that was once the signature of Billy Wilder and Jean Renoir. He follows Matt King, the heir of a prominent Hawaiian landowning family whose life is thrown for a loop when his wife is critically injured in a boating accident. Rooted in Clooney’s beautifully understated performance, Payne’s film is an uncommonly perceptive portrait of marriage, family and community, suffused with humour and tragedy, and wrapped in a warm human glow.

John C Reilly

Kevin Spacey

Duration: TBC

Starring: Michael Fassbender, Viggo Mortensen,

Starring: Vanessa Paradis, Adam Goldberg

Duration: TBC

Noah Taylor

Starring: Elizabeth Olsen, Sarah Paulson

Summoning up the sinister from beneath the veneer of normalcy has always been Roman Polanski’s specialty, so it’s no surprise that the great director does such a smashing job of putting Yasmina Reza’s awardwinning play ‘God of Carnage’ on the screen. With the expert cast of Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly, Reza’s explosively comic X-ray of the anger and venality lying just under the surface of the outwardly civilized behaviour of two New York City couples has been fully realized. NYFF 2011

Set in the high-stakes world of the financial industry, Margin Call is a thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis. When an analyst unlocks information that could prove to be the downfall of the firm, a roller-coaster ride ensues as decisions both financial and moral catapult the lives of all involved to the brink of disaster. MAUI FILM FESTIVAL

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds,

Keira Knightley

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Janet McTeer

Set in Vienna on the eve of the First World War, the film explores the complex relationship between novice psychiatrist Carl Jung and his mentor Sigmund Freud. Studying under the already well-established Freud, Jung practices his teacher’s methods while developing his own theories based on the clinical study of psychologically disturbed patients. When a sick young Russian woman arrives at the clinic, both Jung and Freud are fascinated by her case and spellbound by her vulnerable yet dangerous sexuality. Sharp-witted dialogue and a pristine turn-of-the-century-Vienna setting add a refined tone to a film that explores the anything-but-civilized depths of human desire. TIFF

Paris, 1910: having unintentionally unleashed a mysterious monster from an eccentric scientist’s greenhouse, Emile the projectionist, Raoul the inventor and Lucille, an enchanting cabaret singer embark on this laughout-loud 3D adventure. Brilliantly crafted animation, action, comedy, romance and catchy musical numbers make A Monster in Paris an unforgettable family favourite.

Based on an incredible true story, and the novella by Louis de Bernières. Kriv Stenders brings Australian cinema back to life with his new movie based on the old Australian story of the Red Dog who united a disparate local community while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master. Red Dog is one of the finest heart warmers in years, it will make you laugh and it will, definitely, make you cry. A truly perfect film for all the family.

Elizabeth Olsen plays Martha, a young woman who reunites with older sister Lucy after she mysteriously escapes from a commune. Lucy’s materialistic husband and their nouveau riche estate prove suffocating and oppressive but Martha (whose identity slips between each of the titular names) stays, terrified that the enigmatic leader of the collective will track her down. Rippling with a permanent sense of threat Durkin’s filmmaking and Jody Lee Lipes’ exquisite cinematography are perfectly attuned to both beauty within the frame and the power of what to leave outside it. SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL

DREAMS OF A LIFE (12A)

HOUSE OF TOLERANCE (18)

Great Dames Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury and wind up at the titular hotel. With the emphasis more on ‘faded’ than ‘grandeur’, they find themselves at the mercy of the entrepreneurial Sonny, who attempts to convince them they are in fact in a retirement paradise, a veritable home from home. Tom Wilkinson, Billy Nighy, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp.

With English Subtitles

TIME OUT

FROM FRI 17

HOUSE OF TOLERENCE

CARNAGE

INVERNESS FILM FESTIVAL

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 4, 1.45PM

THE IRON LADY (12A)

WINNIE THE POOH (U)

See January brochure or website for details.

Dir: Stephen Anderson United States 2011 73m

Winnie the Pooh sees the return of the honey-loving, philosophical bear with Eeyore, Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet and Owl.

Fri 3

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Sat 4

RED DOG (PG) See page 3 for details.

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE DESCENDANTS (15) See page 1 for details.

FROM FRI 10

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) See page 2 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 11 at 1.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

Dir: Bertrand Bonello France 2011 125m

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Sun 5

Mon 6

Starring: Celine Sallette, Hafsia Herzi

Set in a Paris brothel, a “house of tolerance”, at the end of the Belle Époque in 1900. Fine gentlemen and dandies lounge in the drawing room in the girls’ bored embrace, before choosing one to go upstairs with. In this closed world, where some men fall in love and others become unaccountably vicious, the girls share their secrets, their fears, their joys and their pains. “Bertrand Bonello’s highly stylized look at the final days of a fin-desiècle brothel in Paris conjures up the languid beauty and frank sexuality of French Romantic painting.” Noah Cowan, Toronto International Film Festival

CORIOLANUS

RED DOG (PG)

Tue 7

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC) See page 2 for details.

FRI 17 & SAT 18, 3.15PM Wed 8

Dir: Chris Miller United States 2011 90m

Puss in Boots and Humpty Dumpty steal a goose that lays golden eggs. Joining them for the adventure of nine lifetimes is cat burglar, Kitty Softpaws.

SAT 18, 12.45PM

PUSS IN BOOTS (2D) (U) THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

RED DOG (PG)

See page 1 for details.

See page 3 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 25 at 12.45PM & 3.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM Media Arts - Show & Tell Mezz Lounge 6PM p11 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45

3:30

10:30 1:30

5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00 5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30

Fri 10

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30 Sat 11

2:45 4:15 3:45

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 12:00 2:45 Carnage 15 p1 2:15 4:15 Margin Call 15 p1 1:30 3:45 Winnie the Pooh U p4 1:45 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 The Blues Brothers 15 p10 The Pickwick Papers U see web Dreams of A Life 12A see web Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

Sun 12

12:00 2:45 2:15 4:15 3:45 2:00 1:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

Mon 13

4:45 Tue 14

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 We Were Here 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Aftershock 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website Chinese Food Night Cafebar from 5.30PM

5:30 6:15 6:00

See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Thu 9

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

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

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

PUSS IN BOOTS (3D) (U)

RED DOG

SUN 5, 4.45PM

A DANGEROUS METHOD (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Young solicitor Arthur Kipps is summoned to Crythin Gifford, a remote spot on the east coast to attend to the estate of Mrs Alice Drablow, who had lived alone for many years in the foreboding Eel Marsh House. Whilst sorting through Mrs Drablow’s papers, Kipps endures an increasingly terrifying series of supernatural experiences, with the appearance of a malevolent presence, ‘the woman in black’ leading him to discover a dark and tragic secret. This adaptation of Susan Hill’s hugely popular ghost story is a pleasurably unsettling tale.

WAR HORSE

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

THE IRON LADY

FEBRUARY 2012

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

21 ★

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 2012 79m

CONTINUE THIS MONTH - SEE JANUARY BROCHURE OR WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2012 114m

WAR HORSE, CORIOLANUS & THE IRON LADY

A DANGEROUS METHOD THE DESCENDANTS CARNAGE RED DOG MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

FROM FRI 10

THE DESCENDANTS (15)

TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

FROM FRI 10

05

3:00 4:00

The Descendants 15 p1 10:30 1:30 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 7:00

Fri 17

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 There'll be special Light Night Activities all around the building today The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 MET OPERA LIVE: Wagner's Gotterdammerung 12A p9

3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

1:00 2:00

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Valentine's Night Movie p8 Valentine's Meal Cafebar 7PM The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

5:45 6:00 6:30

4:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30

Sat 18

9:00

5:00 3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Mon 20

Tue 21

3:15 3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30

Wed 22 8:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Thu 23

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 10:30 1:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 4:15 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 3:15 West Coast USA Wine Tasting Studio 7.30PM

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00

3:00

5:30 6:15

3:15

1:00 1:30

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30

3:00 1:15

6:15

8:00 8:30

Sat 25

8:15 8:45

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 3:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 3:45 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 3:00 Carnage 15 p1 David Copperfield U see web 12:15 The Dark Knight 12A p10 2:00 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Media Arts Presents wallFour Renga 6pm p11 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Blood in the Mobile 12A p9 Cine-Bar: The Princess Bride (PG) p7

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Fri 24

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Dickens Night 15 p8 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Steven Severin + Vampyr p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 12:00 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 12:45 3:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 1:00 3:45 MET OPERA LIVE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

6:00

12:45 5:45 6:00 5:30 5:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 7:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 7:45

8:00 8:30 8:15

Mon 27

9:00

5:45 6:00

8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15 6:00

8:45

3:45

Tue 28

8.30

8:45

3:15

3:30

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4 Puss in Boots (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4

Sun 26 Sun 19

1:30 1:00

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Some Like it Hot PG p10 1:45 Oliver Twist PG see web 12:45 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

3:45 2:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15 5:45 6:00

3:30 3:00 10:30 1:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15

Wed 29

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 MET OPERA ENCORE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Great Expectations PG see web Babe U p10 Plus Film TBC - See Website The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Media Arts presents Phillip Henderson p11 Plus Film TBC - See Website

12:00 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

3:45

6:00

8:30

2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

12:30 12:45 2:00

6:15

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 10:30 1:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Up The Yangtze 15 p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website Fiendish Film Quiz Cafebar 8.30PM The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45 3:30

8:30 6:00

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

8:45 6:30

★ Film TBC - See Website 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30 7:00

So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE.


WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

01

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

02

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

Programmed with the discerning younger viewer in mind! All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

BRINGING UP BABY! These exclusive screenings are for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

WHEN IT’S ON

FEBRUARY 2012 Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 27 JAN

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 10

MARGIN CALL (15) Dir: J C Chandor United States 2011 106m

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC)

Dir: David Cronenberg United Kingdom

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) IN ENGLISH

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (CERT TBC)

Dir: Kriv Stenders Australia 2011 92m

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE (15)

Starring: George Clooney, Judy Greer, Beau Bridges

Starring: Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster,

Starring: Stanley Tucci, Jeremy Irons,

Dir: James Watkins United Kingdom 2012

2012 99m

Dir: Bibo Bergeron France 2011 89m

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012

Starring: Rachael Taylor, Josh Lucas,

Dir: Sean Durkin United States 2011 101m

In his first film since the Oscar-winning Sideways, writer-director Alexander Payne again proves himself a master of the kind of smart, sharp and surprisingly tender comedy that was once the signature of Billy Wilder and Jean Renoir. He follows Matt King, the heir of a prominent Hawaiian landowning family whose life is thrown for a loop when his wife is critically injured in a boating accident. Rooted in Clooney’s beautifully understated performance, Payne’s film is an uncommonly perceptive portrait of marriage, family and community, suffused with humour and tragedy, and wrapped in a warm human glow.

John C Reilly

Kevin Spacey

Duration: TBC

Starring: Michael Fassbender, Viggo Mortensen,

Starring: Vanessa Paradis, Adam Goldberg

Duration: TBC

Noah Taylor

Starring: Elizabeth Olsen, Sarah Paulson

Summoning up the sinister from beneath the veneer of normalcy has always been Roman Polanski’s specialty, so it’s no surprise that the great director does such a smashing job of putting Yasmina Reza’s awardwinning play ‘God of Carnage’ on the screen. With the expert cast of Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly, Reza’s explosively comic X-ray of the anger and venality lying just under the surface of the outwardly civilized behaviour of two New York City couples has been fully realized. NYFF 2011

Set in the high-stakes world of the financial industry, Margin Call is a thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis. When an analyst unlocks information that could prove to be the downfall of the firm, a roller-coaster ride ensues as decisions both financial and moral catapult the lives of all involved to the brink of disaster. MAUI FILM FESTIVAL

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds,

Keira Knightley

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Janet McTeer

Set in Vienna on the eve of the First World War, the film explores the complex relationship between novice psychiatrist Carl Jung and his mentor Sigmund Freud. Studying under the already well-established Freud, Jung practices his teacher’s methods while developing his own theories based on the clinical study of psychologically disturbed patients. When a sick young Russian woman arrives at the clinic, both Jung and Freud are fascinated by her case and spellbound by her vulnerable yet dangerous sexuality. Sharp-witted dialogue and a pristine turn-of-the-century-Vienna setting add a refined tone to a film that explores the anything-but-civilized depths of human desire. TIFF

Paris, 1910: having unintentionally unleashed a mysterious monster from an eccentric scientist’s greenhouse, Emile the projectionist, Raoul the inventor and Lucille, an enchanting cabaret singer embark on this laughout-loud 3D adventure. Brilliantly crafted animation, action, comedy, romance and catchy musical numbers make A Monster in Paris an unforgettable family favourite.

Based on an incredible true story, and the novella by Louis de Bernières. Kriv Stenders brings Australian cinema back to life with his new movie based on the old Australian story of the Red Dog who united a disparate local community while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master. Red Dog is one of the finest heart warmers in years, it will make you laugh and it will, definitely, make you cry. A truly perfect film for all the family.

Elizabeth Olsen plays Martha, a young woman who reunites with older sister Lucy after she mysteriously escapes from a commune. Lucy’s materialistic husband and their nouveau riche estate prove suffocating and oppressive but Martha (whose identity slips between each of the titular names) stays, terrified that the enigmatic leader of the collective will track her down. Rippling with a permanent sense of threat Durkin’s filmmaking and Jody Lee Lipes’ exquisite cinematography are perfectly attuned to both beauty within the frame and the power of what to leave outside it. SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL

DREAMS OF A LIFE (12A)

HOUSE OF TOLERANCE (18)

Great Dames Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury and wind up at the titular hotel. With the emphasis more on ‘faded’ than ‘grandeur’, they find themselves at the mercy of the entrepreneurial Sonny, who attempts to convince them they are in fact in a retirement paradise, a veritable home from home. Tom Wilkinson, Billy Nighy, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp.

With English Subtitles

TIME OUT

FROM FRI 17

HOUSE OF TOLERENCE

CARNAGE

INVERNESS FILM FESTIVAL

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 4, 1.45PM

THE IRON LADY (12A)

WINNIE THE POOH (U)

See January brochure or website for details.

Dir: Stephen Anderson United States 2011 73m

Winnie the Pooh sees the return of the honey-loving, philosophical bear with Eeyore, Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet and Owl.

Fri 3

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Sat 4

RED DOG (PG) See page 3 for details.

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE DESCENDANTS (15) See page 1 for details.

FROM FRI 10

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) See page 2 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 11 at 1.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

Dir: Bertrand Bonello France 2011 125m

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Sun 5

Mon 6

Starring: Celine Sallette, Hafsia Herzi

Set in a Paris brothel, a “house of tolerance”, at the end of the Belle Époque in 1900. Fine gentlemen and dandies lounge in the drawing room in the girls’ bored embrace, before choosing one to go upstairs with. In this closed world, where some men fall in love and others become unaccountably vicious, the girls share their secrets, their fears, their joys and their pains. “Bertrand Bonello’s highly stylized look at the final days of a fin-desiècle brothel in Paris conjures up the languid beauty and frank sexuality of French Romantic painting.” Noah Cowan, Toronto International Film Festival

CORIOLANUS

RED DOG (PG)

Tue 7

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC) See page 2 for details.

FRI 17 & SAT 18, 3.15PM Wed 8

Dir: Chris Miller United States 2011 90m

Puss in Boots and Humpty Dumpty steal a goose that lays golden eggs. Joining them for the adventure of nine lifetimes is cat burglar, Kitty Softpaws.

SAT 18, 12.45PM

PUSS IN BOOTS (2D) (U) THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

RED DOG (PG)

See page 1 for details.

See page 3 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 25 at 12.45PM & 3.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM Media Arts - Show & Tell Mezz Lounge 6PM p11 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45

3:30

10:30 1:30

5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00 5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30

Fri 10

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30 Sat 11

2:45 4:15 3:45

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 12:00 2:45 Carnage 15 p1 2:15 4:15 Margin Call 15 p1 1:30 3:45 Winnie the Pooh U p4 1:45 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 The Blues Brothers 15 p10 The Pickwick Papers U see web Dreams of A Life 12A see web Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

Sun 12

12:00 2:45 2:15 4:15 3:45 2:00 1:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

Mon 13

4:45 Tue 14

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 We Were Here 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Aftershock 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website Chinese Food Night Cafebar from 5.30PM

5:30 6:15 6:00

See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Thu 9

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

06

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

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

PUSS IN BOOTS (3D) (U)

RED DOG

SUN 5, 4.45PM

A DANGEROUS METHOD (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Young solicitor Arthur Kipps is summoned to Crythin Gifford, a remote spot on the east coast to attend to the estate of Mrs Alice Drablow, who had lived alone for many years in the foreboding Eel Marsh House. Whilst sorting through Mrs Drablow’s papers, Kipps endures an increasingly terrifying series of supernatural experiences, with the appearance of a malevolent presence, ‘the woman in black’ leading him to discover a dark and tragic secret. This adaptation of Susan Hill’s hugely popular ghost story is a pleasurably unsettling tale.

WAR HORSE

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

THE IRON LADY

FEBRUARY 2012

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

21 ★

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 2012 79m

CONTINUE THIS MONTH - SEE JANUARY BROCHURE OR WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2012 114m

WAR HORSE, CORIOLANUS & THE IRON LADY

A DANGEROUS METHOD THE DESCENDANTS CARNAGE RED DOG MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

FROM FRI 10

THE DESCENDANTS (15)

TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

FROM FRI 10

05

3:00 4:00

The Descendants 15 p1 10:30 1:30 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 7:00

Fri 17

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 There'll be special Light Night Activities all around the building today The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 MET OPERA LIVE: Wagner's Gotterdammerung 12A p9

3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

1:00 2:00

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Valentine's Night Movie p8 Valentine's Meal Cafebar 7PM The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

5:45 6:00 6:30

4:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30

Sat 18

9:00

5:00 3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Mon 20

Tue 21

3:15 3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30

Wed 22 8:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Thu 23

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 10:30 1:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 4:15 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 3:15 West Coast USA Wine Tasting Studio 7.30PM

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00

3:00

5:30 6:15

3:15

1:00 1:30

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30

3:00 1:15

6:15

8:00 8:30

Sat 25

8:15 8:45

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 3:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 3:45 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 3:00 Carnage 15 p1 David Copperfield U see web 12:15 The Dark Knight 12A p10 2:00 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Media Arts Presents wallFour Renga 6pm p11 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Blood in the Mobile 12A p9 Cine-Bar: The Princess Bride (PG) p7

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Fri 24

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Dickens Night 15 p8 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Steven Severin + Vampyr p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 12:00 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 12:45 3:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 1:00 3:45 MET OPERA LIVE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

6:00

12:45 5:45 6:00 5:30 5:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 7:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 7:45

8:00 8:30 8:15

Mon 27

9:00

5:45 6:00

8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15 6:00

8:45

3:45

Tue 28

8.30

8:45

3:15

3:30

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4 Puss in Boots (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4

Sun 26 Sun 19

1:30 1:00

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Some Like it Hot PG p10 1:45 Oliver Twist PG see web 12:45 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

3:45 2:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15 5:45 6:00

3:30 3:00 10:30 1:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15

Wed 29

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 MET OPERA ENCORE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Great Expectations PG see web Babe U p10 Plus Film TBC - See Website The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Media Arts presents Phillip Henderson p11 Plus Film TBC - See Website

12:00 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

3:45

6:00

8:30

2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

12:30 12:45 2:00

6:15

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 10:30 1:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Up The Yangtze 15 p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website Fiendish Film Quiz Cafebar 8.30PM The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45 3:30

8:30 6:00

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

8:45 6:30

★ Film TBC - See Website 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30 7:00

So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE.


WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

01

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

02

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

Programmed with the discerning younger viewer in mind! All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

BRINGING UP BABY! These exclusive screenings are for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

WHEN IT’S ON

FEBRUARY 2012 Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 27 JAN

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 10

MARGIN CALL (15) Dir: J C Chandor United States 2011 106m

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC)

Dir: David Cronenberg United Kingdom

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) IN ENGLISH

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (CERT TBC)

Dir: Kriv Stenders Australia 2011 92m

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE (15)

Starring: George Clooney, Judy Greer, Beau Bridges

Starring: Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster,

Starring: Stanley Tucci, Jeremy Irons,

Dir: James Watkins United Kingdom 2012

2012 99m

Dir: Bibo Bergeron France 2011 89m

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012

Starring: Rachael Taylor, Josh Lucas,

Dir: Sean Durkin United States 2011 101m

In his first film since the Oscar-winning Sideways, writer-director Alexander Payne again proves himself a master of the kind of smart, sharp and surprisingly tender comedy that was once the signature of Billy Wilder and Jean Renoir. He follows Matt King, the heir of a prominent Hawaiian landowning family whose life is thrown for a loop when his wife is critically injured in a boating accident. Rooted in Clooney’s beautifully understated performance, Payne’s film is an uncommonly perceptive portrait of marriage, family and community, suffused with humour and tragedy, and wrapped in a warm human glow.

John C Reilly

Kevin Spacey

Duration: TBC

Starring: Michael Fassbender, Viggo Mortensen,

Starring: Vanessa Paradis, Adam Goldberg

Duration: TBC

Noah Taylor

Starring: Elizabeth Olsen, Sarah Paulson

Summoning up the sinister from beneath the veneer of normalcy has always been Roman Polanski’s specialty, so it’s no surprise that the great director does such a smashing job of putting Yasmina Reza’s awardwinning play ‘God of Carnage’ on the screen. With the expert cast of Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly, Reza’s explosively comic X-ray of the anger and venality lying just under the surface of the outwardly civilized behaviour of two New York City couples has been fully realized. NYFF 2011

Set in the high-stakes world of the financial industry, Margin Call is a thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis. When an analyst unlocks information that could prove to be the downfall of the firm, a roller-coaster ride ensues as decisions both financial and moral catapult the lives of all involved to the brink of disaster. MAUI FILM FESTIVAL

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds,

Keira Knightley

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Janet McTeer

Set in Vienna on the eve of the First World War, the film explores the complex relationship between novice psychiatrist Carl Jung and his mentor Sigmund Freud. Studying under the already well-established Freud, Jung practices his teacher’s methods while developing his own theories based on the clinical study of psychologically disturbed patients. When a sick young Russian woman arrives at the clinic, both Jung and Freud are fascinated by her case and spellbound by her vulnerable yet dangerous sexuality. Sharp-witted dialogue and a pristine turn-of-the-century-Vienna setting add a refined tone to a film that explores the anything-but-civilized depths of human desire. TIFF

Paris, 1910: having unintentionally unleashed a mysterious monster from an eccentric scientist’s greenhouse, Emile the projectionist, Raoul the inventor and Lucille, an enchanting cabaret singer embark on this laughout-loud 3D adventure. Brilliantly crafted animation, action, comedy, romance and catchy musical numbers make A Monster in Paris an unforgettable family favourite.

Based on an incredible true story, and the novella by Louis de Bernières. Kriv Stenders brings Australian cinema back to life with his new movie based on the old Australian story of the Red Dog who united a disparate local community while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master. Red Dog is one of the finest heart warmers in years, it will make you laugh and it will, definitely, make you cry. A truly perfect film for all the family.

Elizabeth Olsen plays Martha, a young woman who reunites with older sister Lucy after she mysteriously escapes from a commune. Lucy’s materialistic husband and their nouveau riche estate prove suffocating and oppressive but Martha (whose identity slips between each of the titular names) stays, terrified that the enigmatic leader of the collective will track her down. Rippling with a permanent sense of threat Durkin’s filmmaking and Jody Lee Lipes’ exquisite cinematography are perfectly attuned to both beauty within the frame and the power of what to leave outside it. SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL

DREAMS OF A LIFE (12A)

HOUSE OF TOLERANCE (18)

Great Dames Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury and wind up at the titular hotel. With the emphasis more on ‘faded’ than ‘grandeur’, they find themselves at the mercy of the entrepreneurial Sonny, who attempts to convince them they are in fact in a retirement paradise, a veritable home from home. Tom Wilkinson, Billy Nighy, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp.

With English Subtitles

TIME OUT

FROM FRI 17

HOUSE OF TOLERENCE

CARNAGE

INVERNESS FILM FESTIVAL

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 4, 1.45PM

THE IRON LADY (12A)

WINNIE THE POOH (U)

See January brochure or website for details.

Dir: Stephen Anderson United States 2011 73m

Winnie the Pooh sees the return of the honey-loving, philosophical bear with Eeyore, Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet and Owl.

Fri 3

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Sat 4

RED DOG (PG) See page 3 for details.

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE DESCENDANTS (15) See page 1 for details.

FROM FRI 10

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) See page 2 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 11 at 1.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

Dir: Bertrand Bonello France 2011 125m

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Sun 5

Mon 6

Starring: Celine Sallette, Hafsia Herzi

Set in a Paris brothel, a “house of tolerance”, at the end of the Belle Époque in 1900. Fine gentlemen and dandies lounge in the drawing room in the girls’ bored embrace, before choosing one to go upstairs with. In this closed world, where some men fall in love and others become unaccountably vicious, the girls share their secrets, their fears, their joys and their pains. “Bertrand Bonello’s highly stylized look at the final days of a fin-desiècle brothel in Paris conjures up the languid beauty and frank sexuality of French Romantic painting.” Noah Cowan, Toronto International Film Festival

CORIOLANUS

RED DOG (PG)

Tue 7

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC) See page 2 for details.

FRI 17 & SAT 18, 3.15PM Wed 8

Dir: Chris Miller United States 2011 90m

Puss in Boots and Humpty Dumpty steal a goose that lays golden eggs. Joining them for the adventure of nine lifetimes is cat burglar, Kitty Softpaws.

SAT 18, 12.45PM

PUSS IN BOOTS (2D) (U) THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

RED DOG (PG)

See page 1 for details.

See page 3 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 25 at 12.45PM & 3.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM Media Arts - Show & Tell Mezz Lounge 6PM p11 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45

3:30

10:30 1:30

5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00 5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30

Fri 10

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30 Sat 11

2:45 4:15 3:45

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 12:00 2:45 Carnage 15 p1 2:15 4:15 Margin Call 15 p1 1:30 3:45 Winnie the Pooh U p4 1:45 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 The Blues Brothers 15 p10 The Pickwick Papers U see web Dreams of A Life 12A see web Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

Sun 12

12:00 2:45 2:15 4:15 3:45 2:00 1:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

Mon 13

4:45 Tue 14

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 We Were Here 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Aftershock 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website Chinese Food Night Cafebar from 5.30PM

5:30 6:15 6:00

See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Thu 9

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

06

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

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

PUSS IN BOOTS (3D) (U)

RED DOG

SUN 5, 4.45PM

A DANGEROUS METHOD (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Young solicitor Arthur Kipps is summoned to Crythin Gifford, a remote spot on the east coast to attend to the estate of Mrs Alice Drablow, who had lived alone for many years in the foreboding Eel Marsh House. Whilst sorting through Mrs Drablow’s papers, Kipps endures an increasingly terrifying series of supernatural experiences, with the appearance of a malevolent presence, ‘the woman in black’ leading him to discover a dark and tragic secret. This adaptation of Susan Hill’s hugely popular ghost story is a pleasurably unsettling tale.

WAR HORSE

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

THE IRON LADY

FEBRUARY 2012

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

21 ★

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 2012 79m

CONTINUE THIS MONTH - SEE JANUARY BROCHURE OR WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2012 114m

WAR HORSE, CORIOLANUS & THE IRON LADY

A DANGEROUS METHOD THE DESCENDANTS CARNAGE RED DOG MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

FROM FRI 10

THE DESCENDANTS (15)

TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

FROM FRI 10

05

3:00 4:00

The Descendants 15 p1 10:30 1:30 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 7:00

Fri 17

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 There'll be special Light Night Activities all around the building today The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 MET OPERA LIVE: Wagner's Gotterdammerung 12A p9

3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

1:00 2:00

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Valentine's Night Movie p8 Valentine's Meal Cafebar 7PM The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

5:45 6:00 6:30

4:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30

Sat 18

9:00

5:00 3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Mon 20

Tue 21

3:15 3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30

Wed 22 8:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Thu 23

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 10:30 1:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 4:15 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 3:15 West Coast USA Wine Tasting Studio 7.30PM

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00

3:00

5:30 6:15

3:15

1:00 1:30

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30

3:00 1:15

6:15

8:00 8:30

Sat 25

8:15 8:45

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 3:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 3:45 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 3:00 Carnage 15 p1 David Copperfield U see web 12:15 The Dark Knight 12A p10 2:00 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Media Arts Presents wallFour Renga 6pm p11 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Blood in the Mobile 12A p9 Cine-Bar: The Princess Bride (PG) p7

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Fri 24

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Dickens Night 15 p8 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Steven Severin + Vampyr p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 12:00 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 12:45 3:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 1:00 3:45 MET OPERA LIVE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

6:00

12:45 5:45 6:00 5:30 5:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 7:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 7:45

8:00 8:30 8:15

Mon 27

9:00

5:45 6:00

8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15 6:00

8:45

3:45

Tue 28

8.30

8:45

3:15

3:30

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4 Puss in Boots (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4

Sun 26 Sun 19

1:30 1:00

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Some Like it Hot PG p10 1:45 Oliver Twist PG see web 12:45 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

3:45 2:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15 5:45 6:00

3:30 3:00 10:30 1:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15

Wed 29

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 MET OPERA ENCORE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Great Expectations PG see web Babe U p10 Plus Film TBC - See Website The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Media Arts presents Phillip Henderson p11 Plus Film TBC - See Website

12:00 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

3:45

6:00

8:30

2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

12:30 12:45 2:00

6:15

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 10:30 1:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Up The Yangtze 15 p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website Fiendish Film Quiz Cafebar 8.30PM The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45 3:30

8:30 6:00

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

8:45 6:30

★ Film TBC - See Website 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30 7:00

So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE.


WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

01

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

02

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

Programmed with the discerning younger viewer in mind! All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

BRINGING UP BABY! These exclusive screenings are for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

WHEN IT’S ON

FEBRUARY 2012 Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 27 JAN

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 10

MARGIN CALL (15) Dir: J C Chandor United States 2011 106m

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC)

Dir: David Cronenberg United Kingdom

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) IN ENGLISH

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (CERT TBC)

Dir: Kriv Stenders Australia 2011 92m

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE (15)

Starring: George Clooney, Judy Greer, Beau Bridges

Starring: Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster,

Starring: Stanley Tucci, Jeremy Irons,

Dir: James Watkins United Kingdom 2012

2012 99m

Dir: Bibo Bergeron France 2011 89m

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012

Starring: Rachael Taylor, Josh Lucas,

Dir: Sean Durkin United States 2011 101m

In his first film since the Oscar-winning Sideways, writer-director Alexander Payne again proves himself a master of the kind of smart, sharp and surprisingly tender comedy that was once the signature of Billy Wilder and Jean Renoir. He follows Matt King, the heir of a prominent Hawaiian landowning family whose life is thrown for a loop when his wife is critically injured in a boating accident. Rooted in Clooney’s beautifully understated performance, Payne’s film is an uncommonly perceptive portrait of marriage, family and community, suffused with humour and tragedy, and wrapped in a warm human glow.

John C Reilly

Kevin Spacey

Duration: TBC

Starring: Michael Fassbender, Viggo Mortensen,

Starring: Vanessa Paradis, Adam Goldberg

Duration: TBC

Noah Taylor

Starring: Elizabeth Olsen, Sarah Paulson

Summoning up the sinister from beneath the veneer of normalcy has always been Roman Polanski’s specialty, so it’s no surprise that the great director does such a smashing job of putting Yasmina Reza’s awardwinning play ‘God of Carnage’ on the screen. With the expert cast of Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly, Reza’s explosively comic X-ray of the anger and venality lying just under the surface of the outwardly civilized behaviour of two New York City couples has been fully realized. NYFF 2011

Set in the high-stakes world of the financial industry, Margin Call is a thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis. When an analyst unlocks information that could prove to be the downfall of the firm, a roller-coaster ride ensues as decisions both financial and moral catapult the lives of all involved to the brink of disaster. MAUI FILM FESTIVAL

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds,

Keira Knightley

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Janet McTeer

Set in Vienna on the eve of the First World War, the film explores the complex relationship between novice psychiatrist Carl Jung and his mentor Sigmund Freud. Studying under the already well-established Freud, Jung practices his teacher’s methods while developing his own theories based on the clinical study of psychologically disturbed patients. When a sick young Russian woman arrives at the clinic, both Jung and Freud are fascinated by her case and spellbound by her vulnerable yet dangerous sexuality. Sharp-witted dialogue and a pristine turn-of-the-century-Vienna setting add a refined tone to a film that explores the anything-but-civilized depths of human desire. TIFF

Paris, 1910: having unintentionally unleashed a mysterious monster from an eccentric scientist’s greenhouse, Emile the projectionist, Raoul the inventor and Lucille, an enchanting cabaret singer embark on this laughout-loud 3D adventure. Brilliantly crafted animation, action, comedy, romance and catchy musical numbers make A Monster in Paris an unforgettable family favourite.

Based on an incredible true story, and the novella by Louis de Bernières. Kriv Stenders brings Australian cinema back to life with his new movie based on the old Australian story of the Red Dog who united a disparate local community while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master. Red Dog is one of the finest heart warmers in years, it will make you laugh and it will, definitely, make you cry. A truly perfect film for all the family.

Elizabeth Olsen plays Martha, a young woman who reunites with older sister Lucy after she mysteriously escapes from a commune. Lucy’s materialistic husband and their nouveau riche estate prove suffocating and oppressive but Martha (whose identity slips between each of the titular names) stays, terrified that the enigmatic leader of the collective will track her down. Rippling with a permanent sense of threat Durkin’s filmmaking and Jody Lee Lipes’ exquisite cinematography are perfectly attuned to both beauty within the frame and the power of what to leave outside it. SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL

DREAMS OF A LIFE (12A)

HOUSE OF TOLERANCE (18)

Great Dames Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury and wind up at the titular hotel. With the emphasis more on ‘faded’ than ‘grandeur’, they find themselves at the mercy of the entrepreneurial Sonny, who attempts to convince them they are in fact in a retirement paradise, a veritable home from home. Tom Wilkinson, Billy Nighy, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp.

With English Subtitles

TIME OUT

FROM FRI 17

HOUSE OF TOLERENCE

CARNAGE

INVERNESS FILM FESTIVAL

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 4, 1.45PM

THE IRON LADY (12A)

WINNIE THE POOH (U)

See January brochure or website for details.

Dir: Stephen Anderson United States 2011 73m

Winnie the Pooh sees the return of the honey-loving, philosophical bear with Eeyore, Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet and Owl.

Fri 3

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Sat 4

RED DOG (PG) See page 3 for details.

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE DESCENDANTS (15) See page 1 for details.

FROM FRI 10

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) See page 2 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 11 at 1.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

Dir: Bertrand Bonello France 2011 125m

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Sun 5

Mon 6

Starring: Celine Sallette, Hafsia Herzi

Set in a Paris brothel, a “house of tolerance”, at the end of the Belle Époque in 1900. Fine gentlemen and dandies lounge in the drawing room in the girls’ bored embrace, before choosing one to go upstairs with. In this closed world, where some men fall in love and others become unaccountably vicious, the girls share their secrets, their fears, their joys and their pains. “Bertrand Bonello’s highly stylized look at the final days of a fin-desiècle brothel in Paris conjures up the languid beauty and frank sexuality of French Romantic painting.” Noah Cowan, Toronto International Film Festival

CORIOLANUS

RED DOG (PG)

Tue 7

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC) See page 2 for details.

FRI 17 & SAT 18, 3.15PM Wed 8

Dir: Chris Miller United States 2011 90m

Puss in Boots and Humpty Dumpty steal a goose that lays golden eggs. Joining them for the adventure of nine lifetimes is cat burglar, Kitty Softpaws.

SAT 18, 12.45PM

PUSS IN BOOTS (2D) (U) THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

RED DOG (PG)

See page 1 for details.

See page 3 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 25 at 12.45PM & 3.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM Media Arts - Show & Tell Mezz Lounge 6PM p11 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45

3:30

10:30 1:30

5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00 5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30

Fri 10

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30 Sat 11

2:45 4:15 3:45

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 12:00 2:45 Carnage 15 p1 2:15 4:15 Margin Call 15 p1 1:30 3:45 Winnie the Pooh U p4 1:45 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 The Blues Brothers 15 p10 The Pickwick Papers U see web Dreams of A Life 12A see web Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

Sun 12

12:00 2:45 2:15 4:15 3:45 2:00 1:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

Mon 13

4:45 Tue 14

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 We Were Here 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Aftershock 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website Chinese Food Night Cafebar from 5.30PM

5:30 6:15 6:00

See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Thu 9

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

06

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

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

PUSS IN BOOTS (3D) (U)

RED DOG

SUN 5, 4.45PM

A DANGEROUS METHOD (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Young solicitor Arthur Kipps is summoned to Crythin Gifford, a remote spot on the east coast to attend to the estate of Mrs Alice Drablow, who had lived alone for many years in the foreboding Eel Marsh House. Whilst sorting through Mrs Drablow’s papers, Kipps endures an increasingly terrifying series of supernatural experiences, with the appearance of a malevolent presence, ‘the woman in black’ leading him to discover a dark and tragic secret. This adaptation of Susan Hill’s hugely popular ghost story is a pleasurably unsettling tale.

WAR HORSE

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

THE IRON LADY

FEBRUARY 2012

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

21 ★

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 2012 79m

CONTINUE THIS MONTH - SEE JANUARY BROCHURE OR WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2012 114m

WAR HORSE, CORIOLANUS & THE IRON LADY

A DANGEROUS METHOD THE DESCENDANTS CARNAGE RED DOG MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

FROM FRI 10

THE DESCENDANTS (15)

TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

FROM FRI 10

05

3:00 4:00

The Descendants 15 p1 10:30 1:30 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 7:00

Fri 17

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 There'll be special Light Night Activities all around the building today The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 MET OPERA LIVE: Wagner's Gotterdammerung 12A p9

3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

1:00 2:00

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Valentine's Night Movie p8 Valentine's Meal Cafebar 7PM The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

5:45 6:00 6:30

4:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30

Sat 18

9:00

5:00 3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Mon 20

Tue 21

3:15 3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30

Wed 22 8:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Thu 23

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 10:30 1:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 4:15 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 3:15 West Coast USA Wine Tasting Studio 7.30PM

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00

3:00

5:30 6:15

3:15

1:00 1:30

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30

3:00 1:15

6:15

8:00 8:30

Sat 25

8:15 8:45

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 3:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 3:45 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 3:00 Carnage 15 p1 David Copperfield U see web 12:15 The Dark Knight 12A p10 2:00 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Media Arts Presents wallFour Renga 6pm p11 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Blood in the Mobile 12A p9 Cine-Bar: The Princess Bride (PG) p7

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Fri 24

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Dickens Night 15 p8 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Steven Severin + Vampyr p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 12:00 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 12:45 3:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 1:00 3:45 MET OPERA LIVE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

6:00

12:45 5:45 6:00 5:30 5:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 7:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 7:45

8:00 8:30 8:15

Mon 27

9:00

5:45 6:00

8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15 6:00

8:45

3:45

Tue 28

8.30

8:45

3:15

3:30

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4 Puss in Boots (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4

Sun 26 Sun 19

1:30 1:00

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Some Like it Hot PG p10 1:45 Oliver Twist PG see web 12:45 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

3:45 2:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15 5:45 6:00

3:30 3:00 10:30 1:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15

Wed 29

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 MET OPERA ENCORE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Great Expectations PG see web Babe U p10 Plus Film TBC - See Website The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Media Arts presents Phillip Henderson p11 Plus Film TBC - See Website

12:00 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

3:45

6:00

8:30

2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

12:30 12:45 2:00

6:15

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 10:30 1:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Up The Yangtze 15 p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website Fiendish Film Quiz Cafebar 8.30PM The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45 3:30

8:30 6:00

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

8:45 6:30

★ Film TBC - See Website 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30 7:00

So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE.


WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

01

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

02

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

Programmed with the discerning younger viewer in mind! All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

BRINGING UP BABY! These exclusive screenings are for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

WHEN IT’S ON

FEBRUARY 2012 Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 27 JAN

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 10

MARGIN CALL (15) Dir: J C Chandor United States 2011 106m

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC)

Dir: David Cronenberg United Kingdom

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) IN ENGLISH

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (CERT TBC)

Dir: Kriv Stenders Australia 2011 92m

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE (15)

Starring: George Clooney, Judy Greer, Beau Bridges

Starring: Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster,

Starring: Stanley Tucci, Jeremy Irons,

Dir: James Watkins United Kingdom 2012

2012 99m

Dir: Bibo Bergeron France 2011 89m

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012

Starring: Rachael Taylor, Josh Lucas,

Dir: Sean Durkin United States 2011 101m

In his first film since the Oscar-winning Sideways, writer-director Alexander Payne again proves himself a master of the kind of smart, sharp and surprisingly tender comedy that was once the signature of Billy Wilder and Jean Renoir. He follows Matt King, the heir of a prominent Hawaiian landowning family whose life is thrown for a loop when his wife is critically injured in a boating accident. Rooted in Clooney’s beautifully understated performance, Payne’s film is an uncommonly perceptive portrait of marriage, family and community, suffused with humour and tragedy, and wrapped in a warm human glow.

John C Reilly

Kevin Spacey

Duration: TBC

Starring: Michael Fassbender, Viggo Mortensen,

Starring: Vanessa Paradis, Adam Goldberg

Duration: TBC

Noah Taylor

Starring: Elizabeth Olsen, Sarah Paulson

Summoning up the sinister from beneath the veneer of normalcy has always been Roman Polanski’s specialty, so it’s no surprise that the great director does such a smashing job of putting Yasmina Reza’s awardwinning play ‘God of Carnage’ on the screen. With the expert cast of Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly, Reza’s explosively comic X-ray of the anger and venality lying just under the surface of the outwardly civilized behaviour of two New York City couples has been fully realized. NYFF 2011

Set in the high-stakes world of the financial industry, Margin Call is a thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis. When an analyst unlocks information that could prove to be the downfall of the firm, a roller-coaster ride ensues as decisions both financial and moral catapult the lives of all involved to the brink of disaster. MAUI FILM FESTIVAL

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds,

Keira Knightley

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Janet McTeer

Set in Vienna on the eve of the First World War, the film explores the complex relationship between novice psychiatrist Carl Jung and his mentor Sigmund Freud. Studying under the already well-established Freud, Jung practices his teacher’s methods while developing his own theories based on the clinical study of psychologically disturbed patients. When a sick young Russian woman arrives at the clinic, both Jung and Freud are fascinated by her case and spellbound by her vulnerable yet dangerous sexuality. Sharp-witted dialogue and a pristine turn-of-the-century-Vienna setting add a refined tone to a film that explores the anything-but-civilized depths of human desire. TIFF

Paris, 1910: having unintentionally unleashed a mysterious monster from an eccentric scientist’s greenhouse, Emile the projectionist, Raoul the inventor and Lucille, an enchanting cabaret singer embark on this laughout-loud 3D adventure. Brilliantly crafted animation, action, comedy, romance and catchy musical numbers make A Monster in Paris an unforgettable family favourite.

Based on an incredible true story, and the novella by Louis de Bernières. Kriv Stenders brings Australian cinema back to life with his new movie based on the old Australian story of the Red Dog who united a disparate local community while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master. Red Dog is one of the finest heart warmers in years, it will make you laugh and it will, definitely, make you cry. A truly perfect film for all the family.

Elizabeth Olsen plays Martha, a young woman who reunites with older sister Lucy after she mysteriously escapes from a commune. Lucy’s materialistic husband and their nouveau riche estate prove suffocating and oppressive but Martha (whose identity slips between each of the titular names) stays, terrified that the enigmatic leader of the collective will track her down. Rippling with a permanent sense of threat Durkin’s filmmaking and Jody Lee Lipes’ exquisite cinematography are perfectly attuned to both beauty within the frame and the power of what to leave outside it. SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL

DREAMS OF A LIFE (12A)

HOUSE OF TOLERANCE (18)

Great Dames Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury and wind up at the titular hotel. With the emphasis more on ‘faded’ than ‘grandeur’, they find themselves at the mercy of the entrepreneurial Sonny, who attempts to convince them they are in fact in a retirement paradise, a veritable home from home. Tom Wilkinson, Billy Nighy, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp.

With English Subtitles

TIME OUT

FROM FRI 17

HOUSE OF TOLERENCE

CARNAGE

INVERNESS FILM FESTIVAL

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 4, 1.45PM

THE IRON LADY (12A)

WINNIE THE POOH (U)

See January brochure or website for details.

Dir: Stephen Anderson United States 2011 73m

Winnie the Pooh sees the return of the honey-loving, philosophical bear with Eeyore, Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet and Owl.

Fri 3

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Sat 4

RED DOG (PG) See page 3 for details.

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE DESCENDANTS (15) See page 1 for details.

FROM FRI 10

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) See page 2 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 11 at 1.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

Dir: Bertrand Bonello France 2011 125m

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Sun 5

Mon 6

Starring: Celine Sallette, Hafsia Herzi

Set in a Paris brothel, a “house of tolerance”, at the end of the Belle Époque in 1900. Fine gentlemen and dandies lounge in the drawing room in the girls’ bored embrace, before choosing one to go upstairs with. In this closed world, where some men fall in love and others become unaccountably vicious, the girls share their secrets, their fears, their joys and their pains. “Bertrand Bonello’s highly stylized look at the final days of a fin-desiècle brothel in Paris conjures up the languid beauty and frank sexuality of French Romantic painting.” Noah Cowan, Toronto International Film Festival

CORIOLANUS

RED DOG (PG)

Tue 7

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC) See page 2 for details.

FRI 17 & SAT 18, 3.15PM Wed 8

Dir: Chris Miller United States 2011 90m

Puss in Boots and Humpty Dumpty steal a goose that lays golden eggs. Joining them for the adventure of nine lifetimes is cat burglar, Kitty Softpaws.

SAT 18, 12.45PM

PUSS IN BOOTS (2D) (U) THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

RED DOG (PG)

See page 1 for details.

See page 3 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 25 at 12.45PM & 3.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM Media Arts - Show & Tell Mezz Lounge 6PM p11 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45

3:30

10:30 1:30

5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00 5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30

Fri 10

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30 Sat 11

2:45 4:15 3:45

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 12:00 2:45 Carnage 15 p1 2:15 4:15 Margin Call 15 p1 1:30 3:45 Winnie the Pooh U p4 1:45 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 The Blues Brothers 15 p10 The Pickwick Papers U see web Dreams of A Life 12A see web Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

Sun 12

12:00 2:45 2:15 4:15 3:45 2:00 1:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

Mon 13

4:45 Tue 14

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 We Were Here 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Aftershock 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website Chinese Food Night Cafebar from 5.30PM

5:30 6:15 6:00

See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Thu 9

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

06

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

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

PUSS IN BOOTS (3D) (U)

RED DOG

SUN 5, 4.45PM

A DANGEROUS METHOD (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Young solicitor Arthur Kipps is summoned to Crythin Gifford, a remote spot on the east coast to attend to the estate of Mrs Alice Drablow, who had lived alone for many years in the foreboding Eel Marsh House. Whilst sorting through Mrs Drablow’s papers, Kipps endures an increasingly terrifying series of supernatural experiences, with the appearance of a malevolent presence, ‘the woman in black’ leading him to discover a dark and tragic secret. This adaptation of Susan Hill’s hugely popular ghost story is a pleasurably unsettling tale.

WAR HORSE

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

THE IRON LADY

FEBRUARY 2012

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

21 ★

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 2012 79m

CONTINUE THIS MONTH - SEE JANUARY BROCHURE OR WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2012 114m

WAR HORSE, CORIOLANUS & THE IRON LADY

A DANGEROUS METHOD THE DESCENDANTS CARNAGE RED DOG MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

FROM FRI 10

THE DESCENDANTS (15)

TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

FROM FRI 10

05

3:00 4:00

The Descendants 15 p1 10:30 1:30 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 7:00

Fri 17

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 There'll be special Light Night Activities all around the building today The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 MET OPERA LIVE: Wagner's Gotterdammerung 12A p9

3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

1:00 2:00

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Valentine's Night Movie p8 Valentine's Meal Cafebar 7PM The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

5:45 6:00 6:30

4:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30

Sat 18

9:00

5:00 3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Mon 20

Tue 21

3:15 3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30

Wed 22 8:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Thu 23

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 10:30 1:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 4:15 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 3:15 West Coast USA Wine Tasting Studio 7.30PM

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00

3:00

5:30 6:15

3:15

1:00 1:30

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30

3:00 1:15

6:15

8:00 8:30

Sat 25

8:15 8:45

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 3:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 3:45 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 3:00 Carnage 15 p1 David Copperfield U see web 12:15 The Dark Knight 12A p10 2:00 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Media Arts Presents wallFour Renga 6pm p11 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Blood in the Mobile 12A p9 Cine-Bar: The Princess Bride (PG) p7

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Fri 24

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Dickens Night 15 p8 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Steven Severin + Vampyr p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 12:00 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 12:45 3:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 1:00 3:45 MET OPERA LIVE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

6:00

12:45 5:45 6:00 5:30 5:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 7:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 7:45

8:00 8:30 8:15

Mon 27

9:00

5:45 6:00

8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15 6:00

8:45

3:45

Tue 28

8.30

8:45

3:15

3:30

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4 Puss in Boots (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4

Sun 26 Sun 19

1:30 1:00

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Some Like it Hot PG p10 1:45 Oliver Twist PG see web 12:45 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

3:45 2:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15 5:45 6:00

3:30 3:00 10:30 1:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15

Wed 29

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 MET OPERA ENCORE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Great Expectations PG see web Babe U p10 Plus Film TBC - See Website The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Media Arts presents Phillip Henderson p11 Plus Film TBC - See Website

12:00 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

3:45

6:00

8:30

2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

12:30 12:45 2:00

6:15

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 10:30 1:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Up The Yangtze 15 p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website Fiendish Film Quiz Cafebar 8.30PM The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45 3:30

8:30 6:00

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

8:45 6:30

★ Film TBC - See Website 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30 7:00

So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE.


WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

01

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

02

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

Programmed with the discerning younger viewer in mind! All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

BRINGING UP BABY! These exclusive screenings are for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

WHEN IT’S ON

FEBRUARY 2012 Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 27 JAN

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 10

MARGIN CALL (15) Dir: J C Chandor United States 2011 106m

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC)

Dir: David Cronenberg United Kingdom

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) IN ENGLISH

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (CERT TBC)

Dir: Kriv Stenders Australia 2011 92m

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE (15)

Starring: George Clooney, Judy Greer, Beau Bridges

Starring: Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster,

Starring: Stanley Tucci, Jeremy Irons,

Dir: James Watkins United Kingdom 2012

2012 99m

Dir: Bibo Bergeron France 2011 89m

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012

Starring: Rachael Taylor, Josh Lucas,

Dir: Sean Durkin United States 2011 101m

In his first film since the Oscar-winning Sideways, writer-director Alexander Payne again proves himself a master of the kind of smart, sharp and surprisingly tender comedy that was once the signature of Billy Wilder and Jean Renoir. He follows Matt King, the heir of a prominent Hawaiian landowning family whose life is thrown for a loop when his wife is critically injured in a boating accident. Rooted in Clooney’s beautifully understated performance, Payne’s film is an uncommonly perceptive portrait of marriage, family and community, suffused with humour and tragedy, and wrapped in a warm human glow.

John C Reilly

Kevin Spacey

Duration: TBC

Starring: Michael Fassbender, Viggo Mortensen,

Starring: Vanessa Paradis, Adam Goldberg

Duration: TBC

Noah Taylor

Starring: Elizabeth Olsen, Sarah Paulson

Summoning up the sinister from beneath the veneer of normalcy has always been Roman Polanski’s specialty, so it’s no surprise that the great director does such a smashing job of putting Yasmina Reza’s awardwinning play ‘God of Carnage’ on the screen. With the expert cast of Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly, Reza’s explosively comic X-ray of the anger and venality lying just under the surface of the outwardly civilized behaviour of two New York City couples has been fully realized. NYFF 2011

Set in the high-stakes world of the financial industry, Margin Call is a thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis. When an analyst unlocks information that could prove to be the downfall of the firm, a roller-coaster ride ensues as decisions both financial and moral catapult the lives of all involved to the brink of disaster. MAUI FILM FESTIVAL

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds,

Keira Knightley

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Janet McTeer

Set in Vienna on the eve of the First World War, the film explores the complex relationship between novice psychiatrist Carl Jung and his mentor Sigmund Freud. Studying under the already well-established Freud, Jung practices his teacher’s methods while developing his own theories based on the clinical study of psychologically disturbed patients. When a sick young Russian woman arrives at the clinic, both Jung and Freud are fascinated by her case and spellbound by her vulnerable yet dangerous sexuality. Sharp-witted dialogue and a pristine turn-of-the-century-Vienna setting add a refined tone to a film that explores the anything-but-civilized depths of human desire. TIFF

Paris, 1910: having unintentionally unleashed a mysterious monster from an eccentric scientist’s greenhouse, Emile the projectionist, Raoul the inventor and Lucille, an enchanting cabaret singer embark on this laughout-loud 3D adventure. Brilliantly crafted animation, action, comedy, romance and catchy musical numbers make A Monster in Paris an unforgettable family favourite.

Based on an incredible true story, and the novella by Louis de Bernières. Kriv Stenders brings Australian cinema back to life with his new movie based on the old Australian story of the Red Dog who united a disparate local community while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master. Red Dog is one of the finest heart warmers in years, it will make you laugh and it will, definitely, make you cry. A truly perfect film for all the family.

Elizabeth Olsen plays Martha, a young woman who reunites with older sister Lucy after she mysteriously escapes from a commune. Lucy’s materialistic husband and their nouveau riche estate prove suffocating and oppressive but Martha (whose identity slips between each of the titular names) stays, terrified that the enigmatic leader of the collective will track her down. Rippling with a permanent sense of threat Durkin’s filmmaking and Jody Lee Lipes’ exquisite cinematography are perfectly attuned to both beauty within the frame and the power of what to leave outside it. SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL

DREAMS OF A LIFE (12A)

HOUSE OF TOLERANCE (18)

Great Dames Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury and wind up at the titular hotel. With the emphasis more on ‘faded’ than ‘grandeur’, they find themselves at the mercy of the entrepreneurial Sonny, who attempts to convince them they are in fact in a retirement paradise, a veritable home from home. Tom Wilkinson, Billy Nighy, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp.

With English Subtitles

TIME OUT

FROM FRI 17

HOUSE OF TOLERENCE

CARNAGE

INVERNESS FILM FESTIVAL

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 4, 1.45PM

THE IRON LADY (12A)

WINNIE THE POOH (U)

See January brochure or website for details.

Dir: Stephen Anderson United States 2011 73m

Winnie the Pooh sees the return of the honey-loving, philosophical bear with Eeyore, Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet and Owl.

Fri 3

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Sat 4

RED DOG (PG) See page 3 for details.

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE DESCENDANTS (15) See page 1 for details.

FROM FRI 10

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) See page 2 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 11 at 1.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

Dir: Bertrand Bonello France 2011 125m

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Sun 5

Mon 6

Starring: Celine Sallette, Hafsia Herzi

Set in a Paris brothel, a “house of tolerance”, at the end of the Belle Époque in 1900. Fine gentlemen and dandies lounge in the drawing room in the girls’ bored embrace, before choosing one to go upstairs with. In this closed world, where some men fall in love and others become unaccountably vicious, the girls share their secrets, their fears, their joys and their pains. “Bertrand Bonello’s highly stylized look at the final days of a fin-desiècle brothel in Paris conjures up the languid beauty and frank sexuality of French Romantic painting.” Noah Cowan, Toronto International Film Festival

CORIOLANUS

RED DOG (PG)

Tue 7

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC) See page 2 for details.

FRI 17 & SAT 18, 3.15PM Wed 8

Dir: Chris Miller United States 2011 90m

Puss in Boots and Humpty Dumpty steal a goose that lays golden eggs. Joining them for the adventure of nine lifetimes is cat burglar, Kitty Softpaws.

SAT 18, 12.45PM

PUSS IN BOOTS (2D) (U) THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

RED DOG (PG)

See page 1 for details.

See page 3 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 25 at 12.45PM & 3.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM Media Arts - Show & Tell Mezz Lounge 6PM p11 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45

3:30

10:30 1:30

5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00 5:30 4:15 5:15 6:00

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30

Fri 10

8:15 7:30 8:00 8:30 Sat 11

2:45 4:15 3:45

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 12:00 2:45 Carnage 15 p1 2:15 4:15 Margin Call 15 p1 1:30 3:45 Winnie the Pooh U p4 1:45 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 The Blues Brothers 15 p10 The Pickwick Papers U see web Dreams of A Life 12A see web Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

Sun 12

12:00 2:45 2:15 4:15 3:45 2:00 1:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

Mon 13

4:45 Tue 14

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 We Were Here 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Aftershock 15 p8 Plus Film TBC - See Website Chinese Food Night Cafebar from 5.30PM

5:30 6:15 6:00

See Family Movie Matinees for details.

Thu 9

The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

06

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

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

PUSS IN BOOTS (3D) (U)

RED DOG

SUN 5, 4.45PM

A DANGEROUS METHOD (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Young solicitor Arthur Kipps is summoned to Crythin Gifford, a remote spot on the east coast to attend to the estate of Mrs Alice Drablow, who had lived alone for many years in the foreboding Eel Marsh House. Whilst sorting through Mrs Drablow’s papers, Kipps endures an increasingly terrifying series of supernatural experiences, with the appearance of a malevolent presence, ‘the woman in black’ leading him to discover a dark and tragic secret. This adaptation of Susan Hill’s hugely popular ghost story is a pleasurably unsettling tale.

WAR HORSE

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

THE IRON LADY

FEBRUARY 2012

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

21 ★

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Roman Polanski United States 2012 79m

CONTINUE THIS MONTH - SEE JANUARY BROCHURE OR WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2012 114m

WAR HORSE, CORIOLANUS & THE IRON LADY

A DANGEROUS METHOD THE DESCENDANTS CARNAGE RED DOG MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

FROM FRI 10

THE DESCENDANTS (15)

TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

FROM FRI 10

05

3:00 4:00

The Descendants 15 p1 10:30 1:30 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30

5:30 6:15 6:00

8:15 8:45 8:30 7:00

Fri 17

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 There'll be special Light Night Activities all around the building today The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 MET OPERA LIVE: Wagner's Gotterdammerung 12A p9

3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

1:00 2:00

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Valentine's Night Movie p8 Valentine's Meal Cafebar 7PM The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

5:45 6:00 6:30

4:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30

Sat 18

9:00

5:00 3:30 3:45 4:15 3:15

3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Mon 20

Tue 21

3:15 3:30

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30

Wed 22 8:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Thu 23

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 10:30 1:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 4:15 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 3:15 West Coast USA Wine Tasting Studio 7.30PM

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00

3:00

5:30 6:15

3:15

1:00 1:30

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30

3:00 1:15

6:15

8:00 8:30

Sat 25

8:15 8:45

3:15

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 3:30 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 3:45 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 3:00 Carnage 15 p1 David Copperfield U see web 12:15 The Dark Knight 12A p10 2:00 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Media Arts Presents wallFour Renga 6pm p11 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Blood in the Mobile 12A p9 Cine-Bar: The Princess Bride (PG) p7

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45

Fri 24

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Dickens Night 15 p8 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Steven Severin + Vampyr p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 12:00 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 12:45 3:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 1:00 3:45 MET OPERA LIVE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

6:00

12:45 5:45 6:00 5:30 5:15

5:45 6:00 5:30 7:15

8:00 8:30 8:15 7:45

8:00 8:30 8:15

Mon 27

9:00

5:45 6:00

8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15 6:00

8:45

3:45

Tue 28

8.30

8:45

3:15

3:30

The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Puss in Boots (3D) U p4 Puss in Boots (2D) U Supportive Environment Screening p4

Sun 26 Sun 19

1:30 1:00

The Woman in Black p2 1:00 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 1:30 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2 Some Like it Hot PG p10 1:45 Oliver Twist PG see web 12:45 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 A Monster in Paris (3D) U p2

3:30 3:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15

3:45 2:45

5:45 6:00 5:30 6:15 5:45 6:00

3:30 3:00 10:30 1:30

8:00 8:30 8:15 8:45 8:00 8:30 8:15

6:15

Wed 29

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 MET OPERA ENCORE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Great Expectations PG see web Babe U p10 Plus Film TBC - See Website The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Media Arts presents Phillip Henderson p11 Plus Film TBC - See Website

12:00 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

3:45

6:00

8:30

2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

12:30 12:45 2:00

6:15

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 10:30 1:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Up The Yangtze 15 p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website Fiendish Film Quiz Cafebar 8.30PM The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Plus Film TBC - See Website

2:45 3:30

8:30 6:00

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30

8:45 6:30

★ Film TBC - See Website 2:45 3:30

5:30 5:45

8:15 8:00

6:00

8:30 7:00

So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE.


WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

01

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

02

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2012

03

EVERY MONTH

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES Programmed with the discerning viewer in mind! Senior citizens pay £4.00 and receive free tea/coffee and biscuits. The screenings are accompanied by a short introduction.

Programmed with the discerning younger viewer in mind! All tickets are £3.50 (unless otherwise stated).

BRINGING UP BABY! These exclusive screenings are for you and your baby (up to one year of age). Tickets are £4.50 for adults, babies go FREE.

WHEN IT’S ON

FEBRUARY 2012 Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 27 JAN

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 3

FROM FRI 10

MARGIN CALL (15) Dir: J C Chandor United States 2011 106m

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC)

Dir: David Cronenberg United Kingdom

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) IN ENGLISH

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL (CERT TBC)

Dir: Kriv Stenders Australia 2011 92m

MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE (15)

Starring: George Clooney, Judy Greer, Beau Bridges

Starring: Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster,

Starring: Stanley Tucci, Jeremy Irons,

Dir: James Watkins United Kingdom 2012

2012 99m

Dir: Bibo Bergeron France 2011 89m

Dir: John Madden United Kingdom 2012

Starring: Rachael Taylor, Josh Lucas,

Dir: Sean Durkin United States 2011 101m

In his first film since the Oscar-winning Sideways, writer-director Alexander Payne again proves himself a master of the kind of smart, sharp and surprisingly tender comedy that was once the signature of Billy Wilder and Jean Renoir. He follows Matt King, the heir of a prominent Hawaiian landowning family whose life is thrown for a loop when his wife is critically injured in a boating accident. Rooted in Clooney’s beautifully understated performance, Payne’s film is an uncommonly perceptive portrait of marriage, family and community, suffused with humour and tragedy, and wrapped in a warm human glow.

John C Reilly

Kevin Spacey

Duration: TBC

Starring: Michael Fassbender, Viggo Mortensen,

Starring: Vanessa Paradis, Adam Goldberg

Duration: TBC

Noah Taylor

Starring: Elizabeth Olsen, Sarah Paulson

Summoning up the sinister from beneath the veneer of normalcy has always been Roman Polanski’s specialty, so it’s no surprise that the great director does such a smashing job of putting Yasmina Reza’s awardwinning play ‘God of Carnage’ on the screen. With the expert cast of Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly, Reza’s explosively comic X-ray of the anger and venality lying just under the surface of the outwardly civilized behaviour of two New York City couples has been fully realized. NYFF 2011

Set in the high-stakes world of the financial industry, Margin Call is a thriller entangling the key players at an investment firm during one perilous 24hour period in the 2008 financial crisis. When an analyst unlocks information that could prove to be the downfall of the firm, a roller-coaster ride ensues as decisions both financial and moral catapult the lives of all involved to the brink of disaster. MAUI FILM FESTIVAL

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Ciaran Hinds,

Keira Knightley

Starring: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy

Janet McTeer

Set in Vienna on the eve of the First World War, the film explores the complex relationship between novice psychiatrist Carl Jung and his mentor Sigmund Freud. Studying under the already well-established Freud, Jung practices his teacher’s methods while developing his own theories based on the clinical study of psychologically disturbed patients. When a sick young Russian woman arrives at the clinic, both Jung and Freud are fascinated by her case and spellbound by her vulnerable yet dangerous sexuality. Sharp-witted dialogue and a pristine turn-of-the-century-Vienna setting add a refined tone to a film that explores the anything-but-civilized depths of human desire. TIFF

Paris, 1910: having unintentionally unleashed a mysterious monster from an eccentric scientist’s greenhouse, Emile the projectionist, Raoul the inventor and Lucille, an enchanting cabaret singer embark on this laughout-loud 3D adventure. Brilliantly crafted animation, action, comedy, romance and catchy musical numbers make A Monster in Paris an unforgettable family favourite.

Based on an incredible true story, and the novella by Louis de Bernières. Kriv Stenders brings Australian cinema back to life with his new movie based on the old Australian story of the Red Dog who united a disparate local community while roaming the Australian outback in search of his long lost master. Red Dog is one of the finest heart warmers in years, it will make you laugh and it will, definitely, make you cry. A truly perfect film for all the family.

Elizabeth Olsen plays Martha, a young woman who reunites with older sister Lucy after she mysteriously escapes from a commune. Lucy’s materialistic husband and their nouveau riche estate prove suffocating and oppressive but Martha (whose identity slips between each of the titular names) stays, terrified that the enigmatic leader of the collective will track her down. Rippling with a permanent sense of threat Durkin’s filmmaking and Jody Lee Lipes’ exquisite cinematography are perfectly attuned to both beauty within the frame and the power of what to leave outside it. SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL

DREAMS OF A LIFE (12A)

HOUSE OF TOLERANCE (18)

Great Dames Judi Dench and Maggie Smith reunite for this comedy-drama based on Deborah Moggach’s novel about a group of pensioners who head for India with dreams of a life of luxury and wind up at the titular hotel. With the emphasis more on ‘faded’ than ‘grandeur’, they find themselves at the mercy of the entrepreneurial Sonny, who attempts to convince them they are in fact in a retirement paradise, a veritable home from home. Tom Wilkinson, Billy Nighy, Penelope Wilton and Celia Imrie also star in John Madden’s seasoned-Brits-abroad romp.

With English Subtitles

TIME OUT

FROM FRI 17

HOUSE OF TOLERENCE

CARNAGE

INVERNESS FILM FESTIVAL

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

SAT 4, 1.45PM

THE IRON LADY (12A)

WINNIE THE POOH (U)

See January brochure or website for details.

Dir: Stephen Anderson United States 2011 73m

Winnie the Pooh sees the return of the honey-loving, philosophical bear with Eeyore, Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet and Owl.

Fri 3

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

Sat 4

RED DOG (PG) See page 3 for details.

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE DESCENDANTS (15) See page 1 for details.

FROM FRI 10

A MONSTER IN PARIS (3D) (U) See page 2 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 11 at 1.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

Dir: Bertrand Bonello France 2011 125m

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING A screening suitable for children with specific needs and from within the autistic spectrum. Tickets £2 for under16s. Adults £4.50.

Sun 5

Mon 6

Starring: Celine Sallette, Hafsia Herzi

Set in a Paris brothel, a “house of tolerance”, at the end of the Belle Époque in 1900. Fine gentlemen and dandies lounge in the drawing room in the girls’ bored embrace, before choosing one to go upstairs with. In this closed world, where some men fall in love and others become unaccountably vicious, the girls share their secrets, their fears, their joys and their pains. “Bertrand Bonello’s highly stylized look at the final days of a fin-desiècle brothel in Paris conjures up the languid beauty and frank sexuality of French Romantic painting.” Noah Cowan, Toronto International Film Festival

CORIOLANUS

RED DOG (PG)

Tue 7

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THE WOMAN IN BLACK (CERT TBC) See page 2 for details.

FRI 17 & SAT 18, 3.15PM Wed 8

Dir: Chris Miller United States 2011 90m

Puss in Boots and Humpty Dumpty steal a goose that lays golden eggs. Joining them for the adventure of nine lifetimes is cat burglar, Kitty Softpaws.

SAT 18, 12.45PM

PUSS IN BOOTS (2D) (U) THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

RED DOG (PG)

See page 1 for details.

See page 3 for details. Normal ticket prices except Sat 25 at 12.45PM & 3.30PM when Family Movie Matinee prices apply.

The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web The Descendants 15 p1 War Horse 12A see web Coriolanus 15 see web The Iron Lady 12A see web 1UP Video Game Quiz Cafebar 8.45PM Media Arts - Show & Tell Mezz Lounge 6PM p11 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

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The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 Plus Film TBC - See Website

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PUSS IN BOOTS (3D) (U)

RED DOG

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A DANGEROUS METHOD (15)

THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL

Young solicitor Arthur Kipps is summoned to Crythin Gifford, a remote spot on the east coast to attend to the estate of Mrs Alice Drablow, who had lived alone for many years in the foreboding Eel Marsh House. Whilst sorting through Mrs Drablow’s papers, Kipps endures an increasingly terrifying series of supernatural experiences, with the appearance of a malevolent presence, ‘the woman in black’ leading him to discover a dark and tragic secret. This adaptation of Susan Hill’s hugely popular ghost story is a pleasurably unsettling tale.

WAR HORSE

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

THE IRON LADY

FEBRUARY 2012

FROM FRI 24

CARNAGE (15)

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND

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Dir: Roman Polanski United States 2012 79m

CONTINUE THIS MONTH - SEE JANUARY BROCHURE OR WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS OF FILM AT BROADWAY

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Alexander Payne United States 2012 114m

WAR HORSE, CORIOLANUS & THE IRON LADY

A DANGEROUS METHOD THE DESCENDANTS CARNAGE RED DOG MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE

FROM FRI 10

THE DESCENDANTS (15)

TELLURIDE FILM FESTIVAL

THE WOMAN IN BLACK

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The Descendants 15 p1 10:30 1:30 Carnage 15 p1 Margin Call 15 p1 NT LIVE: Travelling Light 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

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The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 The Woman in Black p2 A Dangerous Method 15 p2 House of Tolerance 18 p2 The Descendants 15 p1 Carnage 15 p1 Dickens Night 15 p8 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Steven Severin + Vampyr p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 12:00 2:45 Red Dog PG p3 12:45 3:30 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 1:00 3:45 MET OPERA LIVE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Plus Film TBC - See Website

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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 MET OPERA ENCORE: Verdi's Ernani 12A p9 Great Expectations PG see web Babe U p10 Plus Film TBC - See Website The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel p3 Red Dog PG p3 Martha Marcy May Marlene 15 p3 Media Arts presents Phillip Henderson p11 Plus Film TBC - See Website

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So that we can keep showing a film that has proved popular, we’ll announce our full programme online on Monday each week.

Times shown in PINK indicate an introduction prior to the screening. Times shown in ORANGE indicate a Q&A session after the screening. Special events are shown in BLUE. The Bringing up Baby screening is shown in GREEN. Supportive Environment screenings are shown in PURPLE.


● BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S

● CASABLANCA

● HEARTBREAKER

● MOULIN ROUGE

Dir: Carl Theodor Dreyer Germany 1932 75m

Starring: Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe,

2008 152m

Following on from his Blood of a Poet UK tour, Steven Severin returns with his new score for Vampyr. Live in person, Siouxsie and the Banshees founder Severin presents a mesmerising synthesis of sound and image, heightening appreciation of the surreal and enigmatic nature of Dreyer’s classic.

Jack Lemmon

Starring: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger

Arguably the best and most popular comedy ever made, Lemmon, Curtis and Monroe star in this rip-roaring, cross-dressing story of Jazz musicians, gangsters and a credulous blonde.

Batman sets out to destroy organized crime in Gotham for good. But he soon finds himself prey to a criminal mastermind known as the Joker, who thrusts Gotham into anarchy and forces the Dark Knight ever closer to crossing the fine line between hero and anti-hero.

NT LIVE: TRAVELLING LIGHT (12A) Duration: 180m

THE PICKWICK PAPERS (U)* Dir: Noel Langley SUN 12, 12.45PM

OLIVER TWIST (PG)

A funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood’s golden age starring Antony Sher. Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Dir: David Lean

SAT 11, 5PM SUN 19, 12.15PM

DAVID COPPERFIELD (U)* Dir: George Cukor

SUN 26, 12.45PM

GREAT EXPECTATIONS (PG)

MET OPERA LIVE: WAGNER’S GOTTERDAMMERUNG 384m With its cataclysmic climax, the Met’s new Ring cycle, directed by Robert Lepage, comes to its resolution.

Dir: David Lean

SAT 25, 6PM & SUN 26, 12.30PM ENCORE

*Title TBC - check website for confirmation.

MET OPERA LIVE: VERDI’S ERNANI (12A) 229m Angela Meade in Verdi’s thrilling gem.

OLIVER TWIST

Dir: John Landis United States 1980 133m

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR VERY SPECIAL MUM. WE LOVE YOU! X

Starring: John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd

A cult comedy classic, The Blues Brothers comes packed with car chases, music and cameo appearances.

BABE (U) Dir: Chris Noonan Australia 1995 92m

HAPPY 25TH BIRTHDAY TO SIMON (SUE) THE INDIE CHICK!

A documentary examining the dark and bloody side of the mobile phones we can’t live without. TUE 28, 6PM

UP THE YANGTZE (15) The contradictions of modern China are explored in this documentary about the building of the largest hydroelectric dam in the world.

Trade presents Retrogression, an expanded curatorial project spread over the next three months at Broadway. Three artists who have previously presented work with Trade have been commissioned to produce new artwork through revisiting an existing piece of their own work. Featuring work by Phillip Henderson, Alexander Stevenson and Oliver Sutherland. Over three months, the exhibition will feature these previous pieces alongside the new commissions.

SUN 26, 2PM

Starring: James Cromwell

The charming and enormously popular tale of the friendly little pig with amazing shepherding skills! HAPPY 80TH BIRTHDAY JOAN ‘WONDER WOMAN’ LOVE FAMILY AND FRIENDS

BLOOD IN THE MOBILE (12A)

● ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS

See page 7 for our special VALENTINE’S MEAL + MOVIE offer.

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at Nottingham University Business School. There will be an introduction before each screening and a post-film discussion.

THE BLUES BROTHERS (15)

HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MUM, WITH LOTS OF LOVE FROM STEVE & RACHEL

TUE 21, 6PM

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Tickets for talk & film: £8.50 full / £7 concs + members

Please tick one choice, detach this form and hand in to box office.

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SUN 5, 2PM

TRADE RETROGRESSION

FRI 10, FROM 3.30PM (DURATION 20MINS) LIVE PAPER CUT PUPPET SHOW WITH PROJECTED LIGHT

The lecture, story teller, physical performance and presentation devices come under the spotlight in the artworks selected, each involving differing levels of reuse, repetition and retelling. Informed by a sense of political and economic retrogression, the programme has provided an opportunity for artists to use this period of reflection or looking back as a starting point for artistic adventure and escapism.

MON 27, 6.15PM

PHILLIP HENDERSON TIME MACHINE LECTURE #10 FREE PERFORMANCE As if caught in a large game of Chinese whispers, each of Phillip Henderson’s Time Machine Lectures contain a modified version of one or more of the past lectures. Re-modelled, and rearranged, the lectures are created to suit the physical environment in which they are positioned adding in Henderson’s current relation to the theory of time and space. Time Machine Lecture #10 seems to collapse in on itself, as if the lecture is a transparent film, layered on top of the previous lecture - parts of previous lectures can be seen and parts obscured - ultimately the subject of space and time starts to warp the form of each ensuing Lecture. Free performance but to avoid disappointment booking is essential. Retrogression is curated by Bruce Asbestos / Trade and commissioned by Broadway Media Arts

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PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

RENGA

MON 20, 6PM

WALLFOUR RENGA Movie screens with frickin’ laser beams! wallFour presents Renga, their ground breaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience. Using your laser pointers to interact directly with the cinema screen, take a journey together in a 100-player cooperative experience and taste the thrill of collective victory! Renga combines strategic conquest elements from games such as Civilisation with action phases inspired by old-school arcade classics such as Defender.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

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THU 2, 6PM Programmed as part of Nottingham’s Light Night festivities, The Ice Book is a miniature theatre show made of paper and light. This delicate paper cut puppet show is brought to life with projected light. Our Actors tell a magical story within a miniature paper world. A touching, intimate and fragile performance for very small audiences. Suitable for adults and children age 10+. Performances at half hour intervals. Tickets £5. Places are limited so advance booking is recommended.

SHOW & TELL

Broadway Media Arts is produced by Matt Davenport in association with Mathew Trivett from Trampoline: Agency Art & Media. With the financial support of the Arts Council England we are commissioning artists working across fields of digital cultures, media and film. For more information about this programme please visit broadway.org.uk.

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THE DARK KNIGHT (12A) Dir: Christopher Nolan United States

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SOME LIKE IT HOT (PG) Dir: Billy Wilder United States 121m

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We’re asking you to choose the romantic film we show tonight! Just vote for the film you’d like to see from the list below and leave it at the box office, or log onto our website and vote online before 5pm on Monday 6th February. Then come along and find out what the people of Nottingham have chosen.

6.30PM & DICKENS IN LONDON 8.45PM Screenwriter Michael Eaton and Film London CEO Adrian Wootton, will give an overview of the rich and varied history of Dickens film and TV adaptations from 1898 to 2012, taking in both the classics and neglected curios and liberally interspersing their talk with film clips. This will be followed by Dickens in London, a new artist commission. Five of Dickens’ journalistic essays were adapted by Michael Eaton for five radio plays (featuring Anthony Sher, Alex Jennings and Samuel Barnett) depicting Dickens’ impressions of London. Film artist Chris Newby responded to the plays and, working in counterpoint to the audio, created an arresting, powerful and highly distinctive work that incorporates animation, puppetry and contemporary footage, and a Neil Brand score.

STEVEN SEVERIN + VAMPYR (PG)

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DICKENS ON SCREEN: AN ILLUSTRATED TALK

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TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

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TUE 28, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

Dir: Bill Weber United States 2011 90m

Screening as part of LGBT History Month, We Were Here is a clear-eyed, soulful look at the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco, with reflective survivors talking about how community members stepped up and weathered the storm individually and collectively.

FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT in our cafebar tonight.

THIS MONTH’S SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS

LIVE BY SATELLITE

From the creators of Renga, the groundbreaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience, wallFour offers a little treat for Light Night attendees. Come and join the fun in this 10 minute team game for up to a dozen players.

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

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FRI 10, FROM 7PM LIGHT NIGHT WALLFOUR: LASER PLAY - see page 11 for details.

Starring: Daoming Chen, Jingchu Zhang

To celebrate Chinese New Year we’re showing Aftershock, the most successful Chinese movie of all time. An intimate epic, the film sweeps across three crucial decades in recent Chinese history and explores the resilience of a family devastated by 1976 Tangshan earthquake.

DICKENS ON FILM...

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

WALLFOUR LASER PLAY MULTIPLAYER INTERACTIVE GAMES

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

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QUIZZES & GAMES

THU 2, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

DICKENS NIGHT

Dir: Feng Xiaogang China 2010 135m

Dir: David Weissman

FRI 10, FROM 7PM FREE EVENT PART OF LIGHT NIGHT

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TUE 21, 8.30PM CINE-BAR: THE PRINCESS BRIDE (PG) This delightful twist on the classic fairy tale is packed full of swashbuckling action, adventure, love and laughs. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed! Tickets £3.50 includes free drink (selected drinks only).

With English Subtitles

WE WERE HERE (15)

MEDIA ARTS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

Join us for Show & Tell at Broadway Cinema; an evening of inspiring, weird and wonderful tales from people doing great things in Nottingham. See website for more details.

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

FOOD AND WINE

AFTERSHOCK (15)

THU 16, 7.30PM WEST COAST USA WINE TASTING To help celebrate the Oscar season Laurie Moran, wine enthusiast and Broadway Board Member, will take us on a tour of wines from up and down the West Coast of America. Tickets £25 (includes light buffet). Places are limited so book early.

11

of your choice in a cinema screen at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

TUE 7, 8PM

MON 6, 8PM

FEBRUARY 2012

10

MY MOVIE Your chance to see the film

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

TUE 7, FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT To complement the Chinese box office sensation, Aftershock.

FEBRUARY 2012

HEA THC OAT ST

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

TUE 14, FROM 7PM b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MEAL + MOVIE b Enjoy a 3 course meal in our Mezz Bar with your loved one, followed by the most popular romantic film chosen by our customers. Just log onto our website to vote for the film you’d like to see from the shortlist we’ve compiled, or fill in the form on page 8 and leave it at the box office. Meal + Movie Tickets: £49.90 per couple (full price) / £45.90 per couple (concs + members). Advance booking through the box office is essential event not available online.

09

PHILLIP HENDERSON - TIME MACHINE LECTURE

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FEBRUARY 2012

VERDI’S ERNANI

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

BROADWAY BITES

08

TRAVELLING LIGHT

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

FEBRUARY 2012

DAVID COPPERFIELD

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

FEBRUARY 2012


● BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S

● CASABLANCA

● HEARTBREAKER

● MOULIN ROUGE

Dir: Carl Theodor Dreyer Germany 1932 75m

Starring: Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe,

2008 152m

Following on from his Blood of a Poet UK tour, Steven Severin returns with his new score for Vampyr. Live in person, Siouxsie and the Banshees founder Severin presents a mesmerising synthesis of sound and image, heightening appreciation of the surreal and enigmatic nature of Dreyer’s classic.

Jack Lemmon

Starring: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger

Arguably the best and most popular comedy ever made, Lemmon, Curtis and Monroe star in this rip-roaring, cross-dressing story of Jazz musicians, gangsters and a credulous blonde.

Batman sets out to destroy organized crime in Gotham for good. But he soon finds himself prey to a criminal mastermind known as the Joker, who thrusts Gotham into anarchy and forces the Dark Knight ever closer to crossing the fine line between hero and anti-hero.

NT LIVE: TRAVELLING LIGHT (12A) Duration: 180m

THE PICKWICK PAPERS (U)* Dir: Noel Langley SUN 12, 12.45PM

OLIVER TWIST (PG)

A funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood’s golden age starring Antony Sher. Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Dir: David Lean

SAT 11, 5PM SUN 19, 12.15PM

DAVID COPPERFIELD (U)* Dir: George Cukor

SUN 26, 12.45PM

GREAT EXPECTATIONS (PG)

MET OPERA LIVE: WAGNER’S GOTTERDAMMERUNG 384m With its cataclysmic climax, the Met’s new Ring cycle, directed by Robert Lepage, comes to its resolution.

Dir: David Lean

SAT 25, 6PM & SUN 26, 12.30PM ENCORE

*Title TBC - check website for confirmation.

MET OPERA LIVE: VERDI’S ERNANI (12A) 229m Angela Meade in Verdi’s thrilling gem.

OLIVER TWIST

Dir: John Landis United States 1980 133m

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR VERY SPECIAL MUM. WE LOVE YOU! X

Starring: John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd

A cult comedy classic, The Blues Brothers comes packed with car chases, music and cameo appearances.

BABE (U) Dir: Chris Noonan Australia 1995 92m

HAPPY 25TH BIRTHDAY TO SIMON (SUE) THE INDIE CHICK!

A documentary examining the dark and bloody side of the mobile phones we can’t live without. TUE 28, 6PM

UP THE YANGTZE (15) The contradictions of modern China are explored in this documentary about the building of the largest hydroelectric dam in the world.

Trade presents Retrogression, an expanded curatorial project spread over the next three months at Broadway. Three artists who have previously presented work with Trade have been commissioned to produce new artwork through revisiting an existing piece of their own work. Featuring work by Phillip Henderson, Alexander Stevenson and Oliver Sutherland. Over three months, the exhibition will feature these previous pieces alongside the new commissions.

SUN 26, 2PM

Starring: James Cromwell

The charming and enormously popular tale of the friendly little pig with amazing shepherding skills! HAPPY 80TH BIRTHDAY JOAN ‘WONDER WOMAN’ LOVE FAMILY AND FRIENDS

BLOOD IN THE MOBILE (12A)

● ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS

See page 7 for our special VALENTINE’S MEAL + MOVIE offer.

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at Nottingham University Business School. There will be an introduction before each screening and a post-film discussion.

THE BLUES BROTHERS (15)

HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MUM, WITH LOTS OF LOVE FROM STEVE & RACHEL

TUE 21, 6PM

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Tickets for talk & film: £8.50 full / £7 concs + members

Please tick one choice, detach this form and hand in to box office.

doing the business

SUN 5, 2PM

TRADE RETROGRESSION

FRI 10, FROM 3.30PM (DURATION 20MINS) LIVE PAPER CUT PUPPET SHOW WITH PROJECTED LIGHT

The lecture, story teller, physical performance and presentation devices come under the spotlight in the artworks selected, each involving differing levels of reuse, repetition and retelling. Informed by a sense of political and economic retrogression, the programme has provided an opportunity for artists to use this period of reflection or looking back as a starting point for artistic adventure and escapism.

MON 27, 6.15PM

PHILLIP HENDERSON TIME MACHINE LECTURE #10 FREE PERFORMANCE As if caught in a large game of Chinese whispers, each of Phillip Henderson’s Time Machine Lectures contain a modified version of one or more of the past lectures. Re-modelled, and rearranged, the lectures are created to suit the physical environment in which they are positioned adding in Henderson’s current relation to the theory of time and space. Time Machine Lecture #10 seems to collapse in on itself, as if the lecture is a transparent film, layered on top of the previous lecture - parts of previous lectures can be seen and parts obscured - ultimately the subject of space and time starts to warp the form of each ensuing Lecture. Free performance but to avoid disappointment booking is essential. Retrogression is curated by Bruce Asbestos / Trade and commissioned by Broadway Media Arts

tradegallery.org

PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

RENGA

MON 20, 6PM

WALLFOUR RENGA Movie screens with frickin’ laser beams! wallFour presents Renga, their ground breaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience. Using your laser pointers to interact directly with the cinema screen, take a journey together in a 100-player cooperative experience and taste the thrill of collective victory! Renga combines strategic conquest elements from games such as Civilisation with action phases inspired by old-school arcade classics such as Defender.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

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Normal Ticket Prices Apply BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

THU 2, 6PM Programmed as part of Nottingham’s Light Night festivities, The Ice Book is a miniature theatre show made of paper and light. This delicate paper cut puppet show is brought to life with projected light. Our Actors tell a magical story within a miniature paper world. A touching, intimate and fragile performance for very small audiences. Suitable for adults and children age 10+. Performances at half hour intervals. Tickets £5. Places are limited so advance booking is recommended.

SHOW & TELL

Broadway Media Arts is produced by Matt Davenport in association with Mathew Trivett from Trampoline: Agency Art & Media. With the financial support of the Arts Council England we are commissioning artists working across fields of digital cultures, media and film. For more information about this programme please visit broadway.org.uk.

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

THE DARK KNIGHT (12A) Dir: Christopher Nolan United States

ST

● AMELIE

SOME LIKE IT HOT (PG) Dir: Billy Wilder United States 121m

EY

We’re asking you to choose the romantic film we show tonight! Just vote for the film you’d like to see from the list below and leave it at the box office, or log onto our website and vote online before 5pm on Monday 6th February. Then come along and find out what the people of Nottingham have chosen.

6.30PM & DICKENS IN LONDON 8.45PM Screenwriter Michael Eaton and Film London CEO Adrian Wootton, will give an overview of the rich and varied history of Dickens film and TV adaptations from 1898 to 2012, taking in both the classics and neglected curios and liberally interspersing their talk with film clips. This will be followed by Dickens in London, a new artist commission. Five of Dickens’ journalistic essays were adapted by Michael Eaton for five radio plays (featuring Anthony Sher, Alex Jennings and Samuel Barnett) depicting Dickens’ impressions of London. Film artist Chris Newby responded to the plays and, working in counterpoint to the audio, created an arresting, powerful and highly distinctive work that incorporates animation, puppetry and contemporary footage, and a Neil Brand score.

STEVEN SEVERIN + VAMPYR (PG)

ON

AUDIENCE CHOICE

DICKENS ON SCREEN: AN ILLUSTRATED TALK

THU 9, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 11, 1PM ENCORE

SUN 19, 2PM

ST

b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MOVIE

SUN 5, 1PM

SUN 12, 1.45PM

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

TUE 14, 8.45PM

THU 23

FRI 24, 7PM

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ST

TUE 28, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

Dir: Bill Weber United States 2011 90m

Screening as part of LGBT History Month, We Were Here is a clear-eyed, soulful look at the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco, with reflective survivors talking about how community members stepped up and weathered the storm individually and collectively.

FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT in our cafebar tonight.

THIS MONTH’S SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS

LIVE BY SATELLITE

From the creators of Renga, the groundbreaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience, wallFour offers a little treat for Light Night attendees. Come and join the fun in this 10 minute team game for up to a dozen players.

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 10, FROM 7PM LIGHT NIGHT WALLFOUR: LASER PLAY - see page 11 for details.

Starring: Daoming Chen, Jingchu Zhang

To celebrate Chinese New Year we’re showing Aftershock, the most successful Chinese movie of all time. An intimate epic, the film sweeps across three crucial decades in recent Chinese history and explores the resilience of a family devastated by 1976 Tangshan earthquake.

DICKENS ON FILM...

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

WALLFOUR LASER PLAY MULTIPLAYER INTERACTIVE GAMES

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

ST CLUMBER

QUIZZES & GAMES

THU 2, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

DICKENS NIGHT

Dir: Feng Xiaogang China 2010 135m

Dir: David Weissman

FRI 10, FROM 7PM FREE EVENT PART OF LIGHT NIGHT

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FILM

TUE 21, 8.30PM CINE-BAR: THE PRINCESS BRIDE (PG) This delightful twist on the classic fairy tale is packed full of swashbuckling action, adventure, love and laughs. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed! Tickets £3.50 includes free drink (selected drinks only).

With English Subtitles

WE WERE HERE (15)

MEDIA ARTS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

Join us for Show & Tell at Broadway Cinema; an evening of inspiring, weird and wonderful tales from people doing great things in Nottingham. See website for more details.

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

FOOD AND WINE

AFTERSHOCK (15)

THU 16, 7.30PM WEST COAST USA WINE TASTING To help celebrate the Oscar season Laurie Moran, wine enthusiast and Broadway Board Member, will take us on a tour of wines from up and down the West Coast of America. Tickets £25 (includes light buffet). Places are limited so book early.

11

of your choice in a cinema screen at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

TUE 7, 8PM

MON 6, 8PM

FEBRUARY 2012

10

MY MOVIE Your chance to see the film

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

TUE 7, FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT To complement the Chinese box office sensation, Aftershock.

FEBRUARY 2012

HEA THC OAT ST

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

TUE 14, FROM 7PM b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MEAL + MOVIE b Enjoy a 3 course meal in our Mezz Bar with your loved one, followed by the most popular romantic film chosen by our customers. Just log onto our website to vote for the film you’d like to see from the shortlist we’ve compiled, or fill in the form on page 8 and leave it at the box office. Meal + Movie Tickets: £49.90 per couple (full price) / £45.90 per couple (concs + members). Advance booking through the box office is essential event not available online.

09

PHILLIP HENDERSON - TIME MACHINE LECTURE

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FEBRUARY 2012

VERDI’S ERNANI

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

BROADWAY BITES

08

TRAVELLING LIGHT

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

FEBRUARY 2012

DAVID COPPERFIELD

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

FEBRUARY 2012


● BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S

● CASABLANCA

● HEARTBREAKER

● MOULIN ROUGE

Dir: Carl Theodor Dreyer Germany 1932 75m

Starring: Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe,

2008 152m

Following on from his Blood of a Poet UK tour, Steven Severin returns with his new score for Vampyr. Live in person, Siouxsie and the Banshees founder Severin presents a mesmerising synthesis of sound and image, heightening appreciation of the surreal and enigmatic nature of Dreyer’s classic.

Jack Lemmon

Starring: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger

Arguably the best and most popular comedy ever made, Lemmon, Curtis and Monroe star in this rip-roaring, cross-dressing story of Jazz musicians, gangsters and a credulous blonde.

Batman sets out to destroy organized crime in Gotham for good. But he soon finds himself prey to a criminal mastermind known as the Joker, who thrusts Gotham into anarchy and forces the Dark Knight ever closer to crossing the fine line between hero and anti-hero.

NT LIVE: TRAVELLING LIGHT (12A) Duration: 180m

THE PICKWICK PAPERS (U)* Dir: Noel Langley SUN 12, 12.45PM

OLIVER TWIST (PG)

A funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood’s golden age starring Antony Sher. Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Dir: David Lean

SAT 11, 5PM SUN 19, 12.15PM

DAVID COPPERFIELD (U)* Dir: George Cukor

SUN 26, 12.45PM

GREAT EXPECTATIONS (PG)

MET OPERA LIVE: WAGNER’S GOTTERDAMMERUNG 384m With its cataclysmic climax, the Met’s new Ring cycle, directed by Robert Lepage, comes to its resolution.

Dir: David Lean

SAT 25, 6PM & SUN 26, 12.30PM ENCORE

*Title TBC - check website for confirmation.

MET OPERA LIVE: VERDI’S ERNANI (12A) 229m Angela Meade in Verdi’s thrilling gem.

OLIVER TWIST

Dir: John Landis United States 1980 133m

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR VERY SPECIAL MUM. WE LOVE YOU! X

Starring: John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd

A cult comedy classic, The Blues Brothers comes packed with car chases, music and cameo appearances.

BABE (U) Dir: Chris Noonan Australia 1995 92m

HAPPY 25TH BIRTHDAY TO SIMON (SUE) THE INDIE CHICK!

A documentary examining the dark and bloody side of the mobile phones we can’t live without. TUE 28, 6PM

UP THE YANGTZE (15) The contradictions of modern China are explored in this documentary about the building of the largest hydroelectric dam in the world.

Trade presents Retrogression, an expanded curatorial project spread over the next three months at Broadway. Three artists who have previously presented work with Trade have been commissioned to produce new artwork through revisiting an existing piece of their own work. Featuring work by Phillip Henderson, Alexander Stevenson and Oliver Sutherland. Over three months, the exhibition will feature these previous pieces alongside the new commissions.

SUN 26, 2PM

Starring: James Cromwell

The charming and enormously popular tale of the friendly little pig with amazing shepherding skills! HAPPY 80TH BIRTHDAY JOAN ‘WONDER WOMAN’ LOVE FAMILY AND FRIENDS

BLOOD IN THE MOBILE (12A)

● ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS

See page 7 for our special VALENTINE’S MEAL + MOVIE offer.

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at Nottingham University Business School. There will be an introduction before each screening and a post-film discussion.

THE BLUES BROTHERS (15)

HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MUM, WITH LOTS OF LOVE FROM STEVE & RACHEL

TUE 21, 6PM

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Tickets for talk & film: £8.50 full / £7 concs + members

Please tick one choice, detach this form and hand in to box office.

doing the business

SUN 5, 2PM

TRADE RETROGRESSION

FRI 10, FROM 3.30PM (DURATION 20MINS) LIVE PAPER CUT PUPPET SHOW WITH PROJECTED LIGHT

The lecture, story teller, physical performance and presentation devices come under the spotlight in the artworks selected, each involving differing levels of reuse, repetition and retelling. Informed by a sense of political and economic retrogression, the programme has provided an opportunity for artists to use this period of reflection or looking back as a starting point for artistic adventure and escapism.

MON 27, 6.15PM

PHILLIP HENDERSON TIME MACHINE LECTURE #10 FREE PERFORMANCE As if caught in a large game of Chinese whispers, each of Phillip Henderson’s Time Machine Lectures contain a modified version of one or more of the past lectures. Re-modelled, and rearranged, the lectures are created to suit the physical environment in which they are positioned adding in Henderson’s current relation to the theory of time and space. Time Machine Lecture #10 seems to collapse in on itself, as if the lecture is a transparent film, layered on top of the previous lecture - parts of previous lectures can be seen and parts obscured - ultimately the subject of space and time starts to warp the form of each ensuing Lecture. Free performance but to avoid disappointment booking is essential. Retrogression is curated by Bruce Asbestos / Trade and commissioned by Broadway Media Arts

tradegallery.org

PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

RENGA

MON 20, 6PM

WALLFOUR RENGA Movie screens with frickin’ laser beams! wallFour presents Renga, their ground breaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience. Using your laser pointers to interact directly with the cinema screen, take a journey together in a 100-player cooperative experience and taste the thrill of collective victory! Renga combines strategic conquest elements from games such as Civilisation with action phases inspired by old-school arcade classics such as Defender.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

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Normal Ticket Prices Apply BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

THU 2, 6PM Programmed as part of Nottingham’s Light Night festivities, The Ice Book is a miniature theatre show made of paper and light. This delicate paper cut puppet show is brought to life with projected light. Our Actors tell a magical story within a miniature paper world. A touching, intimate and fragile performance for very small audiences. Suitable for adults and children age 10+. Performances at half hour intervals. Tickets £5. Places are limited so advance booking is recommended.

SHOW & TELL

Broadway Media Arts is produced by Matt Davenport in association with Mathew Trivett from Trampoline: Agency Art & Media. With the financial support of the Arts Council England we are commissioning artists working across fields of digital cultures, media and film. For more information about this programme please visit broadway.org.uk.

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

THE DARK KNIGHT (12A) Dir: Christopher Nolan United States

ST

● AMELIE

SOME LIKE IT HOT (PG) Dir: Billy Wilder United States 121m

EY

We’re asking you to choose the romantic film we show tonight! Just vote for the film you’d like to see from the list below and leave it at the box office, or log onto our website and vote online before 5pm on Monday 6th February. Then come along and find out what the people of Nottingham have chosen.

6.30PM & DICKENS IN LONDON 8.45PM Screenwriter Michael Eaton and Film London CEO Adrian Wootton, will give an overview of the rich and varied history of Dickens film and TV adaptations from 1898 to 2012, taking in both the classics and neglected curios and liberally interspersing their talk with film clips. This will be followed by Dickens in London, a new artist commission. Five of Dickens’ journalistic essays were adapted by Michael Eaton for five radio plays (featuring Anthony Sher, Alex Jennings and Samuel Barnett) depicting Dickens’ impressions of London. Film artist Chris Newby responded to the plays and, working in counterpoint to the audio, created an arresting, powerful and highly distinctive work that incorporates animation, puppetry and contemporary footage, and a Neil Brand score.

STEVEN SEVERIN + VAMPYR (PG)

ON

AUDIENCE CHOICE

DICKENS ON SCREEN: AN ILLUSTRATED TALK

THU 9, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 11, 1PM ENCORE

SUN 19, 2PM

ST

b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MOVIE

SUN 5, 1PM

SUN 12, 1.45PM

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

TUE 14, 8.45PM

THU 23

FRI 24, 7PM

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ST

TUE 28, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

Dir: Bill Weber United States 2011 90m

Screening as part of LGBT History Month, We Were Here is a clear-eyed, soulful look at the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco, with reflective survivors talking about how community members stepped up and weathered the storm individually and collectively.

FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT in our cafebar tonight.

THIS MONTH’S SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS

LIVE BY SATELLITE

From the creators of Renga, the groundbreaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience, wallFour offers a little treat for Light Night attendees. Come and join the fun in this 10 minute team game for up to a dozen players.

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 10, FROM 7PM LIGHT NIGHT WALLFOUR: LASER PLAY - see page 11 for details.

Starring: Daoming Chen, Jingchu Zhang

To celebrate Chinese New Year we’re showing Aftershock, the most successful Chinese movie of all time. An intimate epic, the film sweeps across three crucial decades in recent Chinese history and explores the resilience of a family devastated by 1976 Tangshan earthquake.

DICKENS ON FILM...

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

WALLFOUR LASER PLAY MULTIPLAYER INTERACTIVE GAMES

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

ST CLUMBER

QUIZZES & GAMES

THU 2, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

DICKENS NIGHT

Dir: Feng Xiaogang China 2010 135m

Dir: David Weissman

FRI 10, FROM 7PM FREE EVENT PART OF LIGHT NIGHT

13

ST ON MILT

FILM

TUE 21, 8.30PM CINE-BAR: THE PRINCESS BRIDE (PG) This delightful twist on the classic fairy tale is packed full of swashbuckling action, adventure, love and laughs. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed! Tickets £3.50 includes free drink (selected drinks only).

With English Subtitles

WE WERE HERE (15)

MEDIA ARTS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

Join us for Show & Tell at Broadway Cinema; an evening of inspiring, weird and wonderful tales from people doing great things in Nottingham. See website for more details.

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

FOOD AND WINE

AFTERSHOCK (15)

THU 16, 7.30PM WEST COAST USA WINE TASTING To help celebrate the Oscar season Laurie Moran, wine enthusiast and Broadway Board Member, will take us on a tour of wines from up and down the West Coast of America. Tickets £25 (includes light buffet). Places are limited so book early.

11

of your choice in a cinema screen at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

TUE 7, 8PM

MON 6, 8PM

FEBRUARY 2012

10

MY MOVIE Your chance to see the film

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

TUE 7, FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT To complement the Chinese box office sensation, Aftershock.

FEBRUARY 2012

HEA THC OAT ST

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

TUE 14, FROM 7PM b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MEAL + MOVIE b Enjoy a 3 course meal in our Mezz Bar with your loved one, followed by the most popular romantic film chosen by our customers. Just log onto our website to vote for the film you’d like to see from the shortlist we’ve compiled, or fill in the form on page 8 and leave it at the box office. Meal + Movie Tickets: £49.90 per couple (full price) / £45.90 per couple (concs + members). Advance booking through the box office is essential event not available online.

09

PHILLIP HENDERSON - TIME MACHINE LECTURE

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FEBRUARY 2012

VERDI’S ERNANI

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

BROADWAY BITES

08

TRAVELLING LIGHT

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

FEBRUARY 2012

DAVID COPPERFIELD

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

FEBRUARY 2012


● BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S

● CASABLANCA

● HEARTBREAKER

● MOULIN ROUGE

Dir: Carl Theodor Dreyer Germany 1932 75m

Starring: Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe,

2008 152m

Following on from his Blood of a Poet UK tour, Steven Severin returns with his new score for Vampyr. Live in person, Siouxsie and the Banshees founder Severin presents a mesmerising synthesis of sound and image, heightening appreciation of the surreal and enigmatic nature of Dreyer’s classic.

Jack Lemmon

Starring: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger

Arguably the best and most popular comedy ever made, Lemmon, Curtis and Monroe star in this rip-roaring, cross-dressing story of Jazz musicians, gangsters and a credulous blonde.

Batman sets out to destroy organized crime in Gotham for good. But he soon finds himself prey to a criminal mastermind known as the Joker, who thrusts Gotham into anarchy and forces the Dark Knight ever closer to crossing the fine line between hero and anti-hero.

NT LIVE: TRAVELLING LIGHT (12A) Duration: 180m

THE PICKWICK PAPERS (U)* Dir: Noel Langley SUN 12, 12.45PM

OLIVER TWIST (PG)

A funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood’s golden age starring Antony Sher. Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Dir: David Lean

SAT 11, 5PM SUN 19, 12.15PM

DAVID COPPERFIELD (U)* Dir: George Cukor

SUN 26, 12.45PM

GREAT EXPECTATIONS (PG)

MET OPERA LIVE: WAGNER’S GOTTERDAMMERUNG 384m With its cataclysmic climax, the Met’s new Ring cycle, directed by Robert Lepage, comes to its resolution.

Dir: David Lean

SAT 25, 6PM & SUN 26, 12.30PM ENCORE

*Title TBC - check website for confirmation.

MET OPERA LIVE: VERDI’S ERNANI (12A) 229m Angela Meade in Verdi’s thrilling gem.

OLIVER TWIST

Dir: John Landis United States 1980 133m

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR VERY SPECIAL MUM. WE LOVE YOU! X

Starring: John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd

A cult comedy classic, The Blues Brothers comes packed with car chases, music and cameo appearances.

BABE (U) Dir: Chris Noonan Australia 1995 92m

HAPPY 25TH BIRTHDAY TO SIMON (SUE) THE INDIE CHICK!

A documentary examining the dark and bloody side of the mobile phones we can’t live without. TUE 28, 6PM

UP THE YANGTZE (15) The contradictions of modern China are explored in this documentary about the building of the largest hydroelectric dam in the world.

Trade presents Retrogression, an expanded curatorial project spread over the next three months at Broadway. Three artists who have previously presented work with Trade have been commissioned to produce new artwork through revisiting an existing piece of their own work. Featuring work by Phillip Henderson, Alexander Stevenson and Oliver Sutherland. Over three months, the exhibition will feature these previous pieces alongside the new commissions.

SUN 26, 2PM

Starring: James Cromwell

The charming and enormously popular tale of the friendly little pig with amazing shepherding skills! HAPPY 80TH BIRTHDAY JOAN ‘WONDER WOMAN’ LOVE FAMILY AND FRIENDS

BLOOD IN THE MOBILE (12A)

● ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS

See page 7 for our special VALENTINE’S MEAL + MOVIE offer.

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at Nottingham University Business School. There will be an introduction before each screening and a post-film discussion.

THE BLUES BROTHERS (15)

HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MUM, WITH LOTS OF LOVE FROM STEVE & RACHEL

TUE 21, 6PM

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Tickets for talk & film: £8.50 full / £7 concs + members

Please tick one choice, detach this form and hand in to box office.

doing the business

SUN 5, 2PM

TRADE RETROGRESSION

FRI 10, FROM 3.30PM (DURATION 20MINS) LIVE PAPER CUT PUPPET SHOW WITH PROJECTED LIGHT

The lecture, story teller, physical performance and presentation devices come under the spotlight in the artworks selected, each involving differing levels of reuse, repetition and retelling. Informed by a sense of political and economic retrogression, the programme has provided an opportunity for artists to use this period of reflection or looking back as a starting point for artistic adventure and escapism.

MON 27, 6.15PM

PHILLIP HENDERSON TIME MACHINE LECTURE #10 FREE PERFORMANCE As if caught in a large game of Chinese whispers, each of Phillip Henderson’s Time Machine Lectures contain a modified version of one or more of the past lectures. Re-modelled, and rearranged, the lectures are created to suit the physical environment in which they are positioned adding in Henderson’s current relation to the theory of time and space. Time Machine Lecture #10 seems to collapse in on itself, as if the lecture is a transparent film, layered on top of the previous lecture - parts of previous lectures can be seen and parts obscured - ultimately the subject of space and time starts to warp the form of each ensuing Lecture. Free performance but to avoid disappointment booking is essential. Retrogression is curated by Bruce Asbestos / Trade and commissioned by Broadway Media Arts

tradegallery.org

PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

RENGA

MON 20, 6PM

WALLFOUR RENGA Movie screens with frickin’ laser beams! wallFour presents Renga, their ground breaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience. Using your laser pointers to interact directly with the cinema screen, take a journey together in a 100-player cooperative experience and taste the thrill of collective victory! Renga combines strategic conquest elements from games such as Civilisation with action phases inspired by old-school arcade classics such as Defender.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

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Normal Ticket Prices Apply BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

THU 2, 6PM Programmed as part of Nottingham’s Light Night festivities, The Ice Book is a miniature theatre show made of paper and light. This delicate paper cut puppet show is brought to life with projected light. Our Actors tell a magical story within a miniature paper world. A touching, intimate and fragile performance for very small audiences. Suitable for adults and children age 10+. Performances at half hour intervals. Tickets £5. Places are limited so advance booking is recommended.

SHOW & TELL

Broadway Media Arts is produced by Matt Davenport in association with Mathew Trivett from Trampoline: Agency Art & Media. With the financial support of the Arts Council England we are commissioning artists working across fields of digital cultures, media and film. For more information about this programme please visit broadway.org.uk.

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

THE DARK KNIGHT (12A) Dir: Christopher Nolan United States

ST

● AMELIE

SOME LIKE IT HOT (PG) Dir: Billy Wilder United States 121m

EY

We’re asking you to choose the romantic film we show tonight! Just vote for the film you’d like to see from the list below and leave it at the box office, or log onto our website and vote online before 5pm on Monday 6th February. Then come along and find out what the people of Nottingham have chosen.

6.30PM & DICKENS IN LONDON 8.45PM Screenwriter Michael Eaton and Film London CEO Adrian Wootton, will give an overview of the rich and varied history of Dickens film and TV adaptations from 1898 to 2012, taking in both the classics and neglected curios and liberally interspersing their talk with film clips. This will be followed by Dickens in London, a new artist commission. Five of Dickens’ journalistic essays were adapted by Michael Eaton for five radio plays (featuring Anthony Sher, Alex Jennings and Samuel Barnett) depicting Dickens’ impressions of London. Film artist Chris Newby responded to the plays and, working in counterpoint to the audio, created an arresting, powerful and highly distinctive work that incorporates animation, puppetry and contemporary footage, and a Neil Brand score.

STEVEN SEVERIN + VAMPYR (PG)

ON

AUDIENCE CHOICE

DICKENS ON SCREEN: AN ILLUSTRATED TALK

THU 9, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 11, 1PM ENCORE

SUN 19, 2PM

ST

b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MOVIE

SUN 5, 1PM

SUN 12, 1.45PM

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

TUE 14, 8.45PM

THU 23

FRI 24, 7PM

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ST

TUE 28, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

Dir: Bill Weber United States 2011 90m

Screening as part of LGBT History Month, We Were Here is a clear-eyed, soulful look at the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco, with reflective survivors talking about how community members stepped up and weathered the storm individually and collectively.

FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT in our cafebar tonight.

THIS MONTH’S SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS

LIVE BY SATELLITE

From the creators of Renga, the groundbreaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience, wallFour offers a little treat for Light Night attendees. Come and join the fun in this 10 minute team game for up to a dozen players.

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 10, FROM 7PM LIGHT NIGHT WALLFOUR: LASER PLAY - see page 11 for details.

Starring: Daoming Chen, Jingchu Zhang

To celebrate Chinese New Year we’re showing Aftershock, the most successful Chinese movie of all time. An intimate epic, the film sweeps across three crucial decades in recent Chinese history and explores the resilience of a family devastated by 1976 Tangshan earthquake.

DICKENS ON FILM...

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

WALLFOUR LASER PLAY MULTIPLAYER INTERACTIVE GAMES

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

ST CLUMBER

QUIZZES & GAMES

THU 2, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

DICKENS NIGHT

Dir: Feng Xiaogang China 2010 135m

Dir: David Weissman

FRI 10, FROM 7PM FREE EVENT PART OF LIGHT NIGHT

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ST ON MILT

FILM

TUE 21, 8.30PM CINE-BAR: THE PRINCESS BRIDE (PG) This delightful twist on the classic fairy tale is packed full of swashbuckling action, adventure, love and laughs. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed! Tickets £3.50 includes free drink (selected drinks only).

With English Subtitles

WE WERE HERE (15)

MEDIA ARTS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

Join us for Show & Tell at Broadway Cinema; an evening of inspiring, weird and wonderful tales from people doing great things in Nottingham. See website for more details.

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

FOOD AND WINE

AFTERSHOCK (15)

THU 16, 7.30PM WEST COAST USA WINE TASTING To help celebrate the Oscar season Laurie Moran, wine enthusiast and Broadway Board Member, will take us on a tour of wines from up and down the West Coast of America. Tickets £25 (includes light buffet). Places are limited so book early.

11

of your choice in a cinema screen at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

TUE 7, 8PM

MON 6, 8PM

FEBRUARY 2012

10

MY MOVIE Your chance to see the film

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

TUE 7, FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT To complement the Chinese box office sensation, Aftershock.

FEBRUARY 2012

HEA THC OAT ST

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

TUE 14, FROM 7PM b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MEAL + MOVIE b Enjoy a 3 course meal in our Mezz Bar with your loved one, followed by the most popular romantic film chosen by our customers. Just log onto our website to vote for the film you’d like to see from the shortlist we’ve compiled, or fill in the form on page 8 and leave it at the box office. Meal + Movie Tickets: £49.90 per couple (full price) / £45.90 per couple (concs + members). Advance booking through the box office is essential event not available online.

09

PHILLIP HENDERSON - TIME MACHINE LECTURE

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FEBRUARY 2012

VERDI’S ERNANI

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

BROADWAY BITES

08

TRAVELLING LIGHT

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

FEBRUARY 2012

DAVID COPPERFIELD

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

FEBRUARY 2012


● BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S

● CASABLANCA

● HEARTBREAKER

● MOULIN ROUGE

Dir: Carl Theodor Dreyer Germany 1932 75m

Starring: Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe,

2008 152m

Following on from his Blood of a Poet UK tour, Steven Severin returns with his new score for Vampyr. Live in person, Siouxsie and the Banshees founder Severin presents a mesmerising synthesis of sound and image, heightening appreciation of the surreal and enigmatic nature of Dreyer’s classic.

Jack Lemmon

Starring: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger

Arguably the best and most popular comedy ever made, Lemmon, Curtis and Monroe star in this rip-roaring, cross-dressing story of Jazz musicians, gangsters and a credulous blonde.

Batman sets out to destroy organized crime in Gotham for good. But he soon finds himself prey to a criminal mastermind known as the Joker, who thrusts Gotham into anarchy and forces the Dark Knight ever closer to crossing the fine line between hero and anti-hero.

NT LIVE: TRAVELLING LIGHT (12A) Duration: 180m

THE PICKWICK PAPERS (U)* Dir: Noel Langley SUN 12, 12.45PM

OLIVER TWIST (PG)

A funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood’s golden age starring Antony Sher. Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Dir: David Lean

SAT 11, 5PM SUN 19, 12.15PM

DAVID COPPERFIELD (U)* Dir: George Cukor

SUN 26, 12.45PM

GREAT EXPECTATIONS (PG)

MET OPERA LIVE: WAGNER’S GOTTERDAMMERUNG 384m With its cataclysmic climax, the Met’s new Ring cycle, directed by Robert Lepage, comes to its resolution.

Dir: David Lean

SAT 25, 6PM & SUN 26, 12.30PM ENCORE

*Title TBC - check website for confirmation.

MET OPERA LIVE: VERDI’S ERNANI (12A) 229m Angela Meade in Verdi’s thrilling gem.

OLIVER TWIST

Dir: John Landis United States 1980 133m

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR VERY SPECIAL MUM. WE LOVE YOU! X

Starring: John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd

A cult comedy classic, The Blues Brothers comes packed with car chases, music and cameo appearances.

BABE (U) Dir: Chris Noonan Australia 1995 92m

HAPPY 25TH BIRTHDAY TO SIMON (SUE) THE INDIE CHICK!

A documentary examining the dark and bloody side of the mobile phones we can’t live without. TUE 28, 6PM

UP THE YANGTZE (15) The contradictions of modern China are explored in this documentary about the building of the largest hydroelectric dam in the world.

Trade presents Retrogression, an expanded curatorial project spread over the next three months at Broadway. Three artists who have previously presented work with Trade have been commissioned to produce new artwork through revisiting an existing piece of their own work. Featuring work by Phillip Henderson, Alexander Stevenson and Oliver Sutherland. Over three months, the exhibition will feature these previous pieces alongside the new commissions.

SUN 26, 2PM

Starring: James Cromwell

The charming and enormously popular tale of the friendly little pig with amazing shepherding skills! HAPPY 80TH BIRTHDAY JOAN ‘WONDER WOMAN’ LOVE FAMILY AND FRIENDS

BLOOD IN THE MOBILE (12A)

● ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS

See page 7 for our special VALENTINE’S MEAL + MOVIE offer.

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at Nottingham University Business School. There will be an introduction before each screening and a post-film discussion.

THE BLUES BROTHERS (15)

HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MUM, WITH LOTS OF LOVE FROM STEVE & RACHEL

TUE 21, 6PM

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Tickets for talk & film: £8.50 full / £7 concs + members

Please tick one choice, detach this form and hand in to box office.

doing the business

SUN 5, 2PM

TRADE RETROGRESSION

FRI 10, FROM 3.30PM (DURATION 20MINS) LIVE PAPER CUT PUPPET SHOW WITH PROJECTED LIGHT

The lecture, story teller, physical performance and presentation devices come under the spotlight in the artworks selected, each involving differing levels of reuse, repetition and retelling. Informed by a sense of political and economic retrogression, the programme has provided an opportunity for artists to use this period of reflection or looking back as a starting point for artistic adventure and escapism.

MON 27, 6.15PM

PHILLIP HENDERSON TIME MACHINE LECTURE #10 FREE PERFORMANCE As if caught in a large game of Chinese whispers, each of Phillip Henderson’s Time Machine Lectures contain a modified version of one or more of the past lectures. Re-modelled, and rearranged, the lectures are created to suit the physical environment in which they are positioned adding in Henderson’s current relation to the theory of time and space. Time Machine Lecture #10 seems to collapse in on itself, as if the lecture is a transparent film, layered on top of the previous lecture - parts of previous lectures can be seen and parts obscured - ultimately the subject of space and time starts to warp the form of each ensuing Lecture. Free performance but to avoid disappointment booking is essential. Retrogression is curated by Bruce Asbestos / Trade and commissioned by Broadway Media Arts

tradegallery.org

PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

RENGA

MON 20, 6PM

WALLFOUR RENGA Movie screens with frickin’ laser beams! wallFour presents Renga, their ground breaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience. Using your laser pointers to interact directly with the cinema screen, take a journey together in a 100-player cooperative experience and taste the thrill of collective victory! Renga combines strategic conquest elements from games such as Civilisation with action phases inspired by old-school arcade classics such as Defender.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

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Normal Ticket Prices Apply BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

THU 2, 6PM Programmed as part of Nottingham’s Light Night festivities, The Ice Book is a miniature theatre show made of paper and light. This delicate paper cut puppet show is brought to life with projected light. Our Actors tell a magical story within a miniature paper world. A touching, intimate and fragile performance for very small audiences. Suitable for adults and children age 10+. Performances at half hour intervals. Tickets £5. Places are limited so advance booking is recommended.

SHOW & TELL

Broadway Media Arts is produced by Matt Davenport in association with Mathew Trivett from Trampoline: Agency Art & Media. With the financial support of the Arts Council England we are commissioning artists working across fields of digital cultures, media and film. For more information about this programme please visit broadway.org.uk.

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

THE DARK KNIGHT (12A) Dir: Christopher Nolan United States

ST

● AMELIE

SOME LIKE IT HOT (PG) Dir: Billy Wilder United States 121m

EY

We’re asking you to choose the romantic film we show tonight! Just vote for the film you’d like to see from the list below and leave it at the box office, or log onto our website and vote online before 5pm on Monday 6th February. Then come along and find out what the people of Nottingham have chosen.

6.30PM & DICKENS IN LONDON 8.45PM Screenwriter Michael Eaton and Film London CEO Adrian Wootton, will give an overview of the rich and varied history of Dickens film and TV adaptations from 1898 to 2012, taking in both the classics and neglected curios and liberally interspersing their talk with film clips. This will be followed by Dickens in London, a new artist commission. Five of Dickens’ journalistic essays were adapted by Michael Eaton for five radio plays (featuring Anthony Sher, Alex Jennings and Samuel Barnett) depicting Dickens’ impressions of London. Film artist Chris Newby responded to the plays and, working in counterpoint to the audio, created an arresting, powerful and highly distinctive work that incorporates animation, puppetry and contemporary footage, and a Neil Brand score.

STEVEN SEVERIN + VAMPYR (PG)

ON

AUDIENCE CHOICE

DICKENS ON SCREEN: AN ILLUSTRATED TALK

THU 9, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 11, 1PM ENCORE

SUN 19, 2PM

ST

b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MOVIE

SUN 5, 1PM

SUN 12, 1.45PM

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

TUE 14, 8.45PM

THU 23

FRI 24, 7PM

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ST

TUE 28, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

Dir: Bill Weber United States 2011 90m

Screening as part of LGBT History Month, We Were Here is a clear-eyed, soulful look at the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco, with reflective survivors talking about how community members stepped up and weathered the storm individually and collectively.

FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT in our cafebar tonight.

THIS MONTH’S SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS

LIVE BY SATELLITE

From the creators of Renga, the groundbreaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience, wallFour offers a little treat for Light Night attendees. Come and join the fun in this 10 minute team game for up to a dozen players.

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 10, FROM 7PM LIGHT NIGHT WALLFOUR: LASER PLAY - see page 11 for details.

Starring: Daoming Chen, Jingchu Zhang

To celebrate Chinese New Year we’re showing Aftershock, the most successful Chinese movie of all time. An intimate epic, the film sweeps across three crucial decades in recent Chinese history and explores the resilience of a family devastated by 1976 Tangshan earthquake.

DICKENS ON FILM...

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

WALLFOUR LASER PLAY MULTIPLAYER INTERACTIVE GAMES

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

ST CLUMBER

QUIZZES & GAMES

THU 2, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

DICKENS NIGHT

Dir: Feng Xiaogang China 2010 135m

Dir: David Weissman

FRI 10, FROM 7PM FREE EVENT PART OF LIGHT NIGHT

13

ST ON MILT

FILM

TUE 21, 8.30PM CINE-BAR: THE PRINCESS BRIDE (PG) This delightful twist on the classic fairy tale is packed full of swashbuckling action, adventure, love and laughs. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed! Tickets £3.50 includes free drink (selected drinks only).

With English Subtitles

WE WERE HERE (15)

MEDIA ARTS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

Join us for Show & Tell at Broadway Cinema; an evening of inspiring, weird and wonderful tales from people doing great things in Nottingham. See website for more details.

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

FOOD AND WINE

AFTERSHOCK (15)

THU 16, 7.30PM WEST COAST USA WINE TASTING To help celebrate the Oscar season Laurie Moran, wine enthusiast and Broadway Board Member, will take us on a tour of wines from up and down the West Coast of America. Tickets £25 (includes light buffet). Places are limited so book early.

11

of your choice in a cinema screen at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

TUE 7, 8PM

MON 6, 8PM

FEBRUARY 2012

10

MY MOVIE Your chance to see the film

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

TUE 7, FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT To complement the Chinese box office sensation, Aftershock.

FEBRUARY 2012

HEA THC OAT ST

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

TUE 14, FROM 7PM b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MEAL + MOVIE b Enjoy a 3 course meal in our Mezz Bar with your loved one, followed by the most popular romantic film chosen by our customers. Just log onto our website to vote for the film you’d like to see from the shortlist we’ve compiled, or fill in the form on page 8 and leave it at the box office. Meal + Movie Tickets: £49.90 per couple (full price) / £45.90 per couple (concs + members). Advance booking through the box office is essential event not available online.

09

PHILLIP HENDERSON - TIME MACHINE LECTURE

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FEBRUARY 2012

VERDI’S ERNANI

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

BROADWAY BITES

08

TRAVELLING LIGHT

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

FEBRUARY 2012

DAVID COPPERFIELD

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

FEBRUARY 2012


● BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S

● CASABLANCA

● HEARTBREAKER

● MOULIN ROUGE

Dir: Carl Theodor Dreyer Germany 1932 75m

Starring: Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe,

2008 152m

Following on from his Blood of a Poet UK tour, Steven Severin returns with his new score for Vampyr. Live in person, Siouxsie and the Banshees founder Severin presents a mesmerising synthesis of sound and image, heightening appreciation of the surreal and enigmatic nature of Dreyer’s classic.

Jack Lemmon

Starring: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger

Arguably the best and most popular comedy ever made, Lemmon, Curtis and Monroe star in this rip-roaring, cross-dressing story of Jazz musicians, gangsters and a credulous blonde.

Batman sets out to destroy organized crime in Gotham for good. But he soon finds himself prey to a criminal mastermind known as the Joker, who thrusts Gotham into anarchy and forces the Dark Knight ever closer to crossing the fine line between hero and anti-hero.

NT LIVE: TRAVELLING LIGHT (12A) Duration: 180m

THE PICKWICK PAPERS (U)* Dir: Noel Langley SUN 12, 12.45PM

OLIVER TWIST (PG)

A funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood’s golden age starring Antony Sher. Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Dir: David Lean

SAT 11, 5PM SUN 19, 12.15PM

DAVID COPPERFIELD (U)* Dir: George Cukor

SUN 26, 12.45PM

GREAT EXPECTATIONS (PG)

MET OPERA LIVE: WAGNER’S GOTTERDAMMERUNG 384m With its cataclysmic climax, the Met’s new Ring cycle, directed by Robert Lepage, comes to its resolution.

Dir: David Lean

SAT 25, 6PM & SUN 26, 12.30PM ENCORE

*Title TBC - check website for confirmation.

MET OPERA LIVE: VERDI’S ERNANI (12A) 229m Angela Meade in Verdi’s thrilling gem.

OLIVER TWIST

Dir: John Landis United States 1980 133m

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR VERY SPECIAL MUM. WE LOVE YOU! X

Starring: John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd

A cult comedy classic, The Blues Brothers comes packed with car chases, music and cameo appearances.

BABE (U) Dir: Chris Noonan Australia 1995 92m

HAPPY 25TH BIRTHDAY TO SIMON (SUE) THE INDIE CHICK!

A documentary examining the dark and bloody side of the mobile phones we can’t live without. TUE 28, 6PM

UP THE YANGTZE (15) The contradictions of modern China are explored in this documentary about the building of the largest hydroelectric dam in the world.

Trade presents Retrogression, an expanded curatorial project spread over the next three months at Broadway. Three artists who have previously presented work with Trade have been commissioned to produce new artwork through revisiting an existing piece of their own work. Featuring work by Phillip Henderson, Alexander Stevenson and Oliver Sutherland. Over three months, the exhibition will feature these previous pieces alongside the new commissions.

SUN 26, 2PM

Starring: James Cromwell

The charming and enormously popular tale of the friendly little pig with amazing shepherding skills! HAPPY 80TH BIRTHDAY JOAN ‘WONDER WOMAN’ LOVE FAMILY AND FRIENDS

BLOOD IN THE MOBILE (12A)

● ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS

See page 7 for our special VALENTINE’S MEAL + MOVIE offer.

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at Nottingham University Business School. There will be an introduction before each screening and a post-film discussion.

THE BLUES BROTHERS (15)

HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MUM, WITH LOTS OF LOVE FROM STEVE & RACHEL

TUE 21, 6PM

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Tickets for talk & film: £8.50 full / £7 concs + members

Please tick one choice, detach this form and hand in to box office.

doing the business

SUN 5, 2PM

TRADE RETROGRESSION

FRI 10, FROM 3.30PM (DURATION 20MINS) LIVE PAPER CUT PUPPET SHOW WITH PROJECTED LIGHT

The lecture, story teller, physical performance and presentation devices come under the spotlight in the artworks selected, each involving differing levels of reuse, repetition and retelling. Informed by a sense of political and economic retrogression, the programme has provided an opportunity for artists to use this period of reflection or looking back as a starting point for artistic adventure and escapism.

MON 27, 6.15PM

PHILLIP HENDERSON TIME MACHINE LECTURE #10 FREE PERFORMANCE As if caught in a large game of Chinese whispers, each of Phillip Henderson’s Time Machine Lectures contain a modified version of one or more of the past lectures. Re-modelled, and rearranged, the lectures are created to suit the physical environment in which they are positioned adding in Henderson’s current relation to the theory of time and space. Time Machine Lecture #10 seems to collapse in on itself, as if the lecture is a transparent film, layered on top of the previous lecture - parts of previous lectures can be seen and parts obscured - ultimately the subject of space and time starts to warp the form of each ensuing Lecture. Free performance but to avoid disappointment booking is essential. Retrogression is curated by Bruce Asbestos / Trade and commissioned by Broadway Media Arts

tradegallery.org

PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

RENGA

MON 20, 6PM

WALLFOUR RENGA Movie screens with frickin’ laser beams! wallFour presents Renga, their ground breaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience. Using your laser pointers to interact directly with the cinema screen, take a journey together in a 100-player cooperative experience and taste the thrill of collective victory! Renga combines strategic conquest elements from games such as Civilisation with action phases inspired by old-school arcade classics such as Defender.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

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Normal Ticket Prices Apply BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

THU 2, 6PM Programmed as part of Nottingham’s Light Night festivities, The Ice Book is a miniature theatre show made of paper and light. This delicate paper cut puppet show is brought to life with projected light. Our Actors tell a magical story within a miniature paper world. A touching, intimate and fragile performance for very small audiences. Suitable for adults and children age 10+. Performances at half hour intervals. Tickets £5. Places are limited so advance booking is recommended.

SHOW & TELL

Broadway Media Arts is produced by Matt Davenport in association with Mathew Trivett from Trampoline: Agency Art & Media. With the financial support of the Arts Council England we are commissioning artists working across fields of digital cultures, media and film. For more information about this programme please visit broadway.org.uk.

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

THE DARK KNIGHT (12A) Dir: Christopher Nolan United States

ST

● AMELIE

SOME LIKE IT HOT (PG) Dir: Billy Wilder United States 121m

EY

We’re asking you to choose the romantic film we show tonight! Just vote for the film you’d like to see from the list below and leave it at the box office, or log onto our website and vote online before 5pm on Monday 6th February. Then come along and find out what the people of Nottingham have chosen.

6.30PM & DICKENS IN LONDON 8.45PM Screenwriter Michael Eaton and Film London CEO Adrian Wootton, will give an overview of the rich and varied history of Dickens film and TV adaptations from 1898 to 2012, taking in both the classics and neglected curios and liberally interspersing their talk with film clips. This will be followed by Dickens in London, a new artist commission. Five of Dickens’ journalistic essays were adapted by Michael Eaton for five radio plays (featuring Anthony Sher, Alex Jennings and Samuel Barnett) depicting Dickens’ impressions of London. Film artist Chris Newby responded to the plays and, working in counterpoint to the audio, created an arresting, powerful and highly distinctive work that incorporates animation, puppetry and contemporary footage, and a Neil Brand score.

STEVEN SEVERIN + VAMPYR (PG)

ON

AUDIENCE CHOICE

DICKENS ON SCREEN: AN ILLUSTRATED TALK

THU 9, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 11, 1PM ENCORE

SUN 19, 2PM

ST

b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MOVIE

SUN 5, 1PM

SUN 12, 1.45PM

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

TUE 14, 8.45PM

THU 23

FRI 24, 7PM

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ST

TUE 28, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

Dir: Bill Weber United States 2011 90m

Screening as part of LGBT History Month, We Were Here is a clear-eyed, soulful look at the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco, with reflective survivors talking about how community members stepped up and weathered the storm individually and collectively.

FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT in our cafebar tonight.

THIS MONTH’S SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS

LIVE BY SATELLITE

From the creators of Renga, the groundbreaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience, wallFour offers a little treat for Light Night attendees. Come and join the fun in this 10 minute team game for up to a dozen players.

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 10, FROM 7PM LIGHT NIGHT WALLFOUR: LASER PLAY - see page 11 for details.

Starring: Daoming Chen, Jingchu Zhang

To celebrate Chinese New Year we’re showing Aftershock, the most successful Chinese movie of all time. An intimate epic, the film sweeps across three crucial decades in recent Chinese history and explores the resilience of a family devastated by 1976 Tangshan earthquake.

DICKENS ON FILM...

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

WALLFOUR LASER PLAY MULTIPLAYER INTERACTIVE GAMES

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

ST CLUMBER

QUIZZES & GAMES

THU 2, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

DICKENS NIGHT

Dir: Feng Xiaogang China 2010 135m

Dir: David Weissman

FRI 10, FROM 7PM FREE EVENT PART OF LIGHT NIGHT

13

ST ON MILT

FILM

TUE 21, 8.30PM CINE-BAR: THE PRINCESS BRIDE (PG) This delightful twist on the classic fairy tale is packed full of swashbuckling action, adventure, love and laughs. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed! Tickets £3.50 includes free drink (selected drinks only).

With English Subtitles

WE WERE HERE (15)

MEDIA ARTS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

Join us for Show & Tell at Broadway Cinema; an evening of inspiring, weird and wonderful tales from people doing great things in Nottingham. See website for more details.

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

FOOD AND WINE

AFTERSHOCK (15)

THU 16, 7.30PM WEST COAST USA WINE TASTING To help celebrate the Oscar season Laurie Moran, wine enthusiast and Broadway Board Member, will take us on a tour of wines from up and down the West Coast of America. Tickets £25 (includes light buffet). Places are limited so book early.

11

of your choice in a cinema screen at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

TUE 7, 8PM

MON 6, 8PM

FEBRUARY 2012

10

MY MOVIE Your chance to see the film

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

TUE 7, FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT To complement the Chinese box office sensation, Aftershock.

FEBRUARY 2012

HEA THC OAT ST

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

TUE 14, FROM 7PM b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MEAL + MOVIE b Enjoy a 3 course meal in our Mezz Bar with your loved one, followed by the most popular romantic film chosen by our customers. Just log onto our website to vote for the film you’d like to see from the shortlist we’ve compiled, or fill in the form on page 8 and leave it at the box office. Meal + Movie Tickets: £49.90 per couple (full price) / £45.90 per couple (concs + members). Advance booking through the box office is essential event not available online.

09

PHILLIP HENDERSON - TIME MACHINE LECTURE

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FEBRUARY 2012

VERDI’S ERNANI

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

BROADWAY BITES

08

TRAVELLING LIGHT

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

FEBRUARY 2012

DAVID COPPERFIELD

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

07

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

FEBRUARY 2012


● BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S

● CASABLANCA

● HEARTBREAKER

● MOULIN ROUGE

Dir: Carl Theodor Dreyer Germany 1932 75m

Starring: Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe,

2008 152m

Following on from his Blood of a Poet UK tour, Steven Severin returns with his new score for Vampyr. Live in person, Siouxsie and the Banshees founder Severin presents a mesmerising synthesis of sound and image, heightening appreciation of the surreal and enigmatic nature of Dreyer’s classic.

Jack Lemmon

Starring: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger

Arguably the best and most popular comedy ever made, Lemmon, Curtis and Monroe star in this rip-roaring, cross-dressing story of Jazz musicians, gangsters and a credulous blonde.

Batman sets out to destroy organized crime in Gotham for good. But he soon finds himself prey to a criminal mastermind known as the Joker, who thrusts Gotham into anarchy and forces the Dark Knight ever closer to crossing the fine line between hero and anti-hero.

NT LIVE: TRAVELLING LIGHT (12A) Duration: 180m

THE PICKWICK PAPERS (U)* Dir: Noel Langley SUN 12, 12.45PM

OLIVER TWIST (PG)

A funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood’s golden age starring Antony Sher. Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members

Dir: David Lean

SAT 11, 5PM SUN 19, 12.15PM

DAVID COPPERFIELD (U)* Dir: George Cukor

SUN 26, 12.45PM

GREAT EXPECTATIONS (PG)

MET OPERA LIVE: WAGNER’S GOTTERDAMMERUNG 384m With its cataclysmic climax, the Met’s new Ring cycle, directed by Robert Lepage, comes to its resolution.

Dir: David Lean

SAT 25, 6PM & SUN 26, 12.30PM ENCORE

*Title TBC - check website for confirmation.

MET OPERA LIVE: VERDI’S ERNANI (12A) 229m Angela Meade in Verdi’s thrilling gem.

OLIVER TWIST

Dir: John Landis United States 1980 133m

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR VERY SPECIAL MUM. WE LOVE YOU! X

Starring: John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd

A cult comedy classic, The Blues Brothers comes packed with car chases, music and cameo appearances.

BABE (U) Dir: Chris Noonan Australia 1995 92m

HAPPY 25TH BIRTHDAY TO SIMON (SUE) THE INDIE CHICK!

A documentary examining the dark and bloody side of the mobile phones we can’t live without. TUE 28, 6PM

UP THE YANGTZE (15) The contradictions of modern China are explored in this documentary about the building of the largest hydroelectric dam in the world.

Trade presents Retrogression, an expanded curatorial project spread over the next three months at Broadway. Three artists who have previously presented work with Trade have been commissioned to produce new artwork through revisiting an existing piece of their own work. Featuring work by Phillip Henderson, Alexander Stevenson and Oliver Sutherland. Over three months, the exhibition will feature these previous pieces alongside the new commissions.

SUN 26, 2PM

Starring: James Cromwell

The charming and enormously popular tale of the friendly little pig with amazing shepherding skills! HAPPY 80TH BIRTHDAY JOAN ‘WONDER WOMAN’ LOVE FAMILY AND FRIENDS

BLOOD IN THE MOBILE (12A)

● ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS

See page 7 for our special VALENTINE’S MEAL + MOVIE offer.

A series of films about social and ethical issues in business, programmed in conjunction with the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility at Nottingham University Business School. There will be an introduction before each screening and a post-film discussion.

THE BLUES BROTHERS (15)

HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY MUM, WITH LOTS OF LOVE FROM STEVE & RACHEL

TUE 21, 6PM

Live Tickets: £25 full / £22 concs / £20 members Encore Tickets: £20 full / £17 concs / £15 members

Tickets for talk & film: £8.50 full / £7 concs + members

Please tick one choice, detach this form and hand in to box office.

doing the business

SUN 5, 2PM

TRADE RETROGRESSION

FRI 10, FROM 3.30PM (DURATION 20MINS) LIVE PAPER CUT PUPPET SHOW WITH PROJECTED LIGHT

The lecture, story teller, physical performance and presentation devices come under the spotlight in the artworks selected, each involving differing levels of reuse, repetition and retelling. Informed by a sense of political and economic retrogression, the programme has provided an opportunity for artists to use this period of reflection or looking back as a starting point for artistic adventure and escapism.

MON 27, 6.15PM

PHILLIP HENDERSON TIME MACHINE LECTURE #10 FREE PERFORMANCE As if caught in a large game of Chinese whispers, each of Phillip Henderson’s Time Machine Lectures contain a modified version of one or more of the past lectures. Re-modelled, and rearranged, the lectures are created to suit the physical environment in which they are positioned adding in Henderson’s current relation to the theory of time and space. Time Machine Lecture #10 seems to collapse in on itself, as if the lecture is a transparent film, layered on top of the previous lecture - parts of previous lectures can be seen and parts obscured - ultimately the subject of space and time starts to warp the form of each ensuing Lecture. Free performance but to avoid disappointment booking is essential. Retrogression is curated by Bruce Asbestos / Trade and commissioned by Broadway Media Arts

tradegallery.org

PRICES Full £7 / Conc £5.50 Conc Member £4.50 Family Matinee £3.50 Student Sunday £4

Member £5.50 Student Member £3.50 Children under 12 £3.50 Silver Screen £4

EVENING PARKING Free on street parking is available after 8pm on Broad Street and on surrounding streets.

30% DISCOUNT ON PARKING AT FLETCHER GATE CAR PARK

3D FILMS an additional £2 full / £1.50 concs + members ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP For discounts on films, food and events. Full £22 Conc £17 Joint Full £38 Joint Conc £27

RENGA

MON 20, 6PM

WALLFOUR RENGA Movie screens with frickin’ laser beams! wallFour presents Renga, their ground breaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience. Using your laser pointers to interact directly with the cinema screen, take a journey together in a 100-player cooperative experience and taste the thrill of collective victory! Renga combines strategic conquest elements from games such as Civilisation with action phases inspired by old-school arcade classics such as Defender.

BROADWAY BITES FILM AND MEAL DEAL Eat, watch a movie and save money! Full £13.50 Conc & member £11.50 GROUP DISCOUNT Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on full and concessionary tickets. To receive the group discount please contact the Box Office in advance. CONCESSIONS are available to full time students in possession of a valid NUS card with picture, State pensioners, registered disabled, unemployed and children under 16. Bring proof of concessionary status when buying tickets. CHILD POLICY Broadway welcomes children into its building and Cafébar until 9pm. However, children must always be supervised by a parent or carer. Broadway cannot accept responsibility for the well-being of children who are not supervised. Babies are not permitted into the screens, with the exception of Bringing Up Baby! screenings.

ASK AT BOX OFFICE FOR DETAILS

Broadway is located at 14-18 Broad Street, Nottingham NG1 3AL, five minutes walk from the Market Square, in Hockley. The closest tram stop to us is the Lace Market.

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Normal Ticket Prices Apply BROADWAY GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES INVESTMENT FROM

THU 2, 6PM Programmed as part of Nottingham’s Light Night festivities, The Ice Book is a miniature theatre show made of paper and light. This delicate paper cut puppet show is brought to life with projected light. Our Actors tell a magical story within a miniature paper world. A touching, intimate and fragile performance for very small audiences. Suitable for adults and children age 10+. Performances at half hour intervals. Tickets £5. Places are limited so advance booking is recommended.

SHOW & TELL

Broadway Media Arts is produced by Matt Davenport in association with Mathew Trivett from Trampoline: Agency Art & Media. With the financial support of the Arts Council England we are commissioning artists working across fields of digital cultures, media and film. For more information about this programme please visit broadway.org.uk.

PRINTED BY PYRAMID PRESS

THE DARK KNIGHT (12A) Dir: Christopher Nolan United States

ST

● AMELIE

SOME LIKE IT HOT (PG) Dir: Billy Wilder United States 121m

EY

We’re asking you to choose the romantic film we show tonight! Just vote for the film you’d like to see from the list below and leave it at the box office, or log onto our website and vote online before 5pm on Monday 6th February. Then come along and find out what the people of Nottingham have chosen.

6.30PM & DICKENS IN LONDON 8.45PM Screenwriter Michael Eaton and Film London CEO Adrian Wootton, will give an overview of the rich and varied history of Dickens film and TV adaptations from 1898 to 2012, taking in both the classics and neglected curios and liberally interspersing their talk with film clips. This will be followed by Dickens in London, a new artist commission. Five of Dickens’ journalistic essays were adapted by Michael Eaton for five radio plays (featuring Anthony Sher, Alex Jennings and Samuel Barnett) depicting Dickens’ impressions of London. Film artist Chris Newby responded to the plays and, working in counterpoint to the audio, created an arresting, powerful and highly distinctive work that incorporates animation, puppetry and contemporary footage, and a Neil Brand score.

STEVEN SEVERIN + VAMPYR (PG)

ON

AUDIENCE CHOICE

DICKENS ON SCREEN: AN ILLUSTRATED TALK

THU 9, 7.30PM LIVE & SAT 11, 1PM ENCORE

SUN 19, 2PM

ST

b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MOVIE

SUN 5, 1PM

SUN 12, 1.45PM

T DS OA BR T ES RG GEO

TUE 14, 8.45PM

THU 23

FRI 24, 7PM

TICKETS are available in advance for all films. You can pay for your tickets with cash, cheque, credit and debit cards in person, by phone or online. There is a £1.50 per transaction charge for phone and web sales.

ACCESS INFORMATION Broadway is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs. An infra-red hearing system is fitted in each auditorium - Screen 2 and the box office also have induction loops which can be used with your hearing aid set to 'T'. Guide Dogs are welcome. Back supports and seat wedges are also available from the Box Office. Let us know if anything doesn't come up to scratch and we'll try to put it right. Brochure available in alternative formats on request.

ST

TUE 28, FROM 8.30PM BROADWAY’S FIENDISH FILM QUIZ Don’t miss our monthly head-scratcher prizes for the victors! £1 a head to join in.

Dir: Bill Weber United States 2011 90m

Screening as part of LGBT History Month, We Were Here is a clear-eyed, soulful look at the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco, with reflective survivors talking about how community members stepped up and weathered the storm individually and collectively.

FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT in our cafebar tonight.

THIS MONTH’S SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOWS

LIVE BY SATELLITE

From the creators of Renga, the groundbreaking feature-length show controlled entirely by the audience, wallFour offers a little treat for Light Night attendees. Come and join the fun in this 10 minute team game for up to a dozen players.

THE BOX OFFICE IS OPEN Mon - Fri from 9am, Sat and Sun from 12pm. It closes 15 minutes after the start of the final film.

SE OU SH AS GL

FRI 10, FROM 7PM LIGHT NIGHT WALLFOUR: LASER PLAY - see page 11 for details.

Starring: Daoming Chen, Jingchu Zhang

To celebrate Chinese New Year we’re showing Aftershock, the most successful Chinese movie of all time. An intimate epic, the film sweeps across three crucial decades in recent Chinese history and explores the resilience of a family devastated by 1976 Tangshan earthquake.

DICKENS ON FILM...

For details call 0115 952 6600 or email c.hennigan@broadway.org.uk

WALLFOUR LASER PLAY MULTIPLAYER INTERACTIVE GAMES

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

ST CLUMBER

QUIZZES & GAMES

THU 2, FROM 8.45PM 1UP VIDEO GAME QUIZ Power up for our popular gaming quiz. £1 a head to join in the fun.

DICKENS NIGHT

Dir: Feng Xiaogang China 2010 135m

Dir: David Weissman

FRI 10, FROM 7PM FREE EVENT PART OF LIGHT NIGHT

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ST ON MILT

FILM

TUE 21, 8.30PM CINE-BAR: THE PRINCESS BRIDE (PG) This delightful twist on the classic fairy tale is packed full of swashbuckling action, adventure, love and laughs. Table service is available and rustling, slurping and cheering are definitely allowed! Tickets £3.50 includes free drink (selected drinks only).

With English Subtitles

WE WERE HERE (15)

MEDIA ARTS

WWW.BROADWAY.ORG.UK/CONTACT

Join us for Show & Tell at Broadway Cinema; an evening of inspiring, weird and wonderful tales from people doing great things in Nottingham. See website for more details.

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

BROADWAY IS PROUD TO BE SPONSORED BY

DESIGN BY TOM PARTRIDGE WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

FOOD AND WINE

AFTERSHOCK (15)

THU 16, 7.30PM WEST COAST USA WINE TASTING To help celebrate the Oscar season Laurie Moran, wine enthusiast and Broadway Board Member, will take us on a tour of wines from up and down the West Coast of America. Tickets £25 (includes light buffet). Places are limited so book early.

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of your choice in a cinema screen at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon.

TUE 7, 8PM

MON 6, 8PM

FEBRUARY 2012

10

MY MOVIE Your chance to see the film

AVAILABLE EVERY DAY £13.50 FULL £11.50 CONC/MEM

TUE 7, FROM 5.30PM CHINESE FOOD NIGHT To complement the Chinese box office sensation, Aftershock.

FEBRUARY 2012

HEA THC OAT ST

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

TUE 14, FROM 7PM b VALENTINE’S NIGHT MEAL + MOVIE b Enjoy a 3 course meal in our Mezz Bar with your loved one, followed by the most popular romantic film chosen by our customers. Just log onto our website to vote for the film you’d like to see from the shortlist we’ve compiled, or fill in the form on page 8 and leave it at the box office. Meal + Movie Tickets: £49.90 per couple (full price) / £45.90 per couple (concs + members). Advance booking through the box office is essential event not available online.

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PHILLIP HENDERSON - TIME MACHINE LECTURE

ENJOY A MEAL & A FILM WITH OUR COMBINED TICKET DEAL

FEBRUARY 2012

VERDI’S ERNANI

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

BROADWAY BITES

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TRAVELLING LIGHT

TWO GREAT PLACES TO LOUNGE, EAT AND DRINK

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

FEBRUARY 2012

DAVID COPPERFIELD

BROADWAY CAFEBAR & MEZZ BAR

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GREAT EXPECTATIONS

FEBRUARY 2012

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