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WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

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WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

FEBRUARY 2017

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

Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 3

117m

MON 6, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

HIDDEN FIGURES TONI ERDMANN LOVING MOONLIGHT FENCES THE FOUNDER THE FITS

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

MOONLIGHT (CERT TBC)

FENCES (12A)

THE FOUNDER (12A)

BAFTA SHORTS

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG)

Dir: Barry Jenkins US 2016 111m

Dir: Denzel Washington US 2016 139m

Dir: John Lee Hancock UK/USA 2016 115m

LION (PG) 118m

Dir: Mick Jackson UK/US 2016 110m

We’re pleased to present the most exciting British short films of the year in BAFTA Shorts 2017.

Dir: Theodore Melfi US 2016 127m

See website for details.

Dir: Maren Ade Germany 2016 162m

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga

Starring: Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall

Starring: Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp

Starring: Denzel Washington, Viola Davis

Starring: Michael Keaton, Linda Cardellini

Starring: Sandra Hüller, Peter Simonischek

In 1958, Mildred and Richard Loving were arrested for getting married. The Civil Rights movement being in its infancy, their mixed-race marriage was deemed illegal in the state of Virginia, and they spent the best part of 10 years fighting to overturn the law. Jeff Nichols directs Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga in this intimate, understated, yet masterful and powerful drama.

The true story of how historian David Irving sued writer Deborah E. Lipstadt in 1996 after she accused him of being a Holocaust denier, leaving her and her legal team bizarrely fighting to prove the Holocaust did indeed occur.

Barry Jenkins’s tender and heartbreaking Moonlight follows Chiron from childhood to adulthood as he attempts to find himself and his sexuality amidst the dangers of drugs and violence in his depressed Florida neighbourhood.

Now working as a garbage collector in 1950s Pittsburgh, a former baseball star creates tension in his family when he squashes his son’s dream of playing college football. Denzel Washington’s third feature is the long-awaited adaptation of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Michael Keaton gives a powerhouse performance as Ray Kroc, an Illinois salesman who met Mack and Dick McDonald in the 1950s. Impressed by their burger operation, Kroc forced his way in to get control of the company and create a billion-dollar empire.

“Weisz brings a ferocious tenacity to her portrayal of Lipstadt. And Spall epitomises the banality of evil. Denial is a gripping reminder that history should never be taken for granted.” Toronto International Film Festival

“Jeff Nichols has given us a quietly devastating film that resonates for the here and now and marches to the cadences of history and the heart.” Rolling Stone

MOANA (PG) Dirs: Ron Clements & John Musker US 2016

SING (U)

113m

When an evil lava witch threatens her family, feisty and brave Hawaiian princess Moana sets sail on an epic journey accompanied by demi-god Maui, in order to discover the secrets that will help save them. Disney’s latest tale is a sweet, funny, joyful and spectacular adventure. [Family matinee prices apply]

Koala impresario, Buster Moon, stages a grand singing competition for the world's animals in order to save his elegant theatre in this quirky animated musical. Amongst the participants: housewife and mother of 25 piglets, Rosita; street musician mouse, Mike; gangster gorilla, Johnny; and punk-rock porcupine, Ash. But will it be enough to save Buster's theatre?

MOANA

SING

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DENIAL (12A)

Dir: Garth Jennings US 2016 108m

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

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Jeff Nichols US 2016 123m

MANCHESTER BY THE SEA (15) 137m

FEBRUARY 2017

FROM FRI 17

FROM FRI 17

LOVING (12A)

FROM FRI 10

LA LA LAND (12A) 128m

FROM FRI 17

TONI ERDMANN (15)

FROM SAT 11 – FRI 17

LION (PG) 118m

FROM FRI 17

With English Subtitles

An audacious twist on the screwball comedy - here, the twosome is an aging-hippie prankster father and his corporate-ladder-climbing daughter Toni Erdmann delivers art and entertainment in equal measure and charmed just about everyone who saw it at the Cannes Film Festival last year. Maren Ade’s dazzling script has just enough of a classical comedic structure to support 162 minutes of surprises big and small. Sublime performances by Sandra Hüller and Peter Simonischek leave the audience suspended between laughter and tears. Lincoln Film Society

JACKIE (15) 100m

FROM FRI 10

FROM FRI 3

“Moonlight is both a disarmingly, at times almost unbearably personal film and an urgent social document, a hard look at American reality and a poem written in light, music and vivid human faces.” New York Times FRI 17, CAFEBAR FROM 8PM MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music. Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

Praise for previous BAFTA Shorts programmes: "Exudes a style and confidence that bode well for the state of emerging UK talent." Sight & Sound

“The extent of Kroc’s greed is The Founder’s unique playing card, and John Lee Hancock delivers it with a depressingly special sauce.” Screen International

“Fences is a deeply affecting treatise on marriage, poverty and the struggles of sons to confront the long shadow of the man who brought them into the world.” Screen International WED 22, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel debate discussing issues of black masculinity and family relations. Hosted by Sonia Davis, Black Onit Initiative.

IN THE LOUNGE DANNY SAYS (CERT TBC)

THE FITS (12A) 72m

104m

A haunting portrait of childhood which is as gripping as it is unique.

A documentary on the life and times of Danny Fields who has played a pivotal role in music of the late 20th century: working for the Doors, Cream, Lou Reed and managing ground-breaking artists like the Stooges and the Ramones.

THE FITS

T2 TRAINSPOTTING (CERT TBC)

DANNY SAYS

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

Starring: Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer

Hidden Figures is the incredible untold story of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson - brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.

SAT 4, 11.45PM

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LOVING (12A) 123m

See page 1.

See page 1 for details.

Normal ticket prices apply.

MOANA (PG) 113m See page 2.

Sun 5

Sat 11

Sun 12

10:30 11:45

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 4:15 7:15 2:00

Mon 13

8:00 Tue 14

Tue 7

TROLLS (U) 90m Poppy and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends. Wed 8

SAT 18, 11.15AM

THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A major new collection of rare archive films charting the history of the UK’s railways from the early 20th century. Travel back to a time when travelling by rail was comfortable, punctual and maybe even glamorous!

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Freeheld 12A p10 The Best of the Kendal Mountain Film Festival 2016 p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 10

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:45 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00

SAT 18, 1.15PM

See page 2 for details.

BRITAIN ON FILM: RAILWAYS (U) 83m

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00 7:00

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

Mon 6

DENIAL (12A) 110m

3:00 3:15 10:30 1:30

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Focus on Laurent Cantet and The Class 15 p9 Spirited Away PG More Films TBC - See Web

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM WED 8 MAR, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with women of colour working in STEM, (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics), who will discuss why and how they got into their field, what their challenges are and obstacles they've had to overcome. Hosted by Dr. Kevin Brown, Aerospace Engineer, Rolls-Royce plc. In association with British Science Association & the Contemporary Studies Network.

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web NT LIVE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00

Sat 4

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70.

MON 27, 5.15PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

3:00 3:15 2:30

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

The true story of three remarkable women. See page 3 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web More Films TBC - See Web

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

HIDDEN FIGURES (12A) 127m HALF TERM FILMS SING (U) 108m

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

Fri 3

SPIRITED AWAY (PG) 124m 10-year-old Chihiro is separated from her parents and stumbles into a dreamlike world ruled by gods, witches and spirits. [In English]

TROLLS (U) 90m SAT 25, 1PM

DOCTOR STRANGE (3D) (12A) 115m

Former surgeon Stephen Strange gets a new lease on life when he becomes a powerful sorcerer.

After the dastardly Bergens invade Troll Village, Poppy, the happiest Troll ever born, and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends.

Thu 9

06

05

10:30 1:30

5:45 8:30 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 More Films TBC - See Web Light Night with Explorers Fair from 6pm

3:15 2:45

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

12:00

Denial 12A p2 3:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 2:30 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web Explorers Fair from 10am

5:45 8:15 4:15 7:45 5:15 8:00

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Theo and Hugo 18 p8 NT ENCORE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Singin’ in the Rain U p9 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 17

3:15 11:45 2:30 10:30 1:00

Sat 18

Sun 19 8:00

12:00

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Mon 20

10:30 1:00

3:15 2:30

8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Tue 21

10:30 1:00 5:45

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 22

10:30 1:00

Denial 12A p2 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 3:30 7:00 Loving 12A p1 2:30 5:15 8:00 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 NT LIVE: Saint Joan 12A p11 7:00 More Films TBC - See Web

Thu 23

Fri 24

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Moana PG Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ in Cafebar from 8pm

3:15 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 3:15 Moonlight p2 3:30 Fences 12A p2 1:30 BAFTA Shorts p3 1:00 Trolls U p4 1:15 Trolls - Supportive Environment Screening U p4 11:15 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Girls Lost 15 p8 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Sat 25

3:15 3:30 1:30

Sun 26

7:45

Hidden Figures PG p3 2:30 The Founder 12A p3 2:00 Moonlight p2 3:00 Fences 12A p2 12:00 Doctor Strange (3D) 12A p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 8:30 5:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Pass 15 p8 MET OPERA ENCORE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 5:30 8:45

2:30 1:00 3:30 2:15

5:55 6:15 7:45

12:00 6:15 7:45

Mon 27

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 I, Claude Monet p1The Fits 12A p3

1:45 3:15

5:15 8:00 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 6:15 7:45

Tue 28

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Hidden Figures - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A The Fits 12A p3 Film Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

1:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The New Man 15 + Q&A p10 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:00

5:45 8:15 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 7:45

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:00 7:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30 1:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Fits 12A p3

2:30 2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 7:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30 6:15

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

10:30 1:30 6:15 7:45

Our full programme is published on our website every Tuesday www.broadway.org.uk/diary To receive our weekly e-newsletter sign up at www.broadway.org.uk/email_list

BOX OFFICE

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Britain on Film: Railways U p4 10:30 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

3:30

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

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

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

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


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WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

01

02

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

03

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

FEBRUARY 2017

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

Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 3

117m

MON 6, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

HIDDEN FIGURES TONI ERDMANN LOVING MOONLIGHT FENCES THE FOUNDER THE FITS

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

MOONLIGHT (CERT TBC)

FENCES (12A)

THE FOUNDER (12A)

BAFTA SHORTS

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG)

Dir: Barry Jenkins US 2016 111m

Dir: Denzel Washington US 2016 139m

Dir: John Lee Hancock UK/USA 2016 115m

LION (PG) 118m

Dir: Mick Jackson UK/US 2016 110m

We’re pleased to present the most exciting British short films of the year in BAFTA Shorts 2017.

Dir: Theodore Melfi US 2016 127m

See website for details.

Dir: Maren Ade Germany 2016 162m

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga

Starring: Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall

Starring: Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp

Starring: Denzel Washington, Viola Davis

Starring: Michael Keaton, Linda Cardellini

Starring: Sandra Hüller, Peter Simonischek

In 1958, Mildred and Richard Loving were arrested for getting married. The Civil Rights movement being in its infancy, their mixed-race marriage was deemed illegal in the state of Virginia, and they spent the best part of 10 years fighting to overturn the law. Jeff Nichols directs Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga in this intimate, understated, yet masterful and powerful drama.

The true story of how historian David Irving sued writer Deborah E. Lipstadt in 1996 after she accused him of being a Holocaust denier, leaving her and her legal team bizarrely fighting to prove the Holocaust did indeed occur.

Barry Jenkins’s tender and heartbreaking Moonlight follows Chiron from childhood to adulthood as he attempts to find himself and his sexuality amidst the dangers of drugs and violence in his depressed Florida neighbourhood.

Now working as a garbage collector in 1950s Pittsburgh, a former baseball star creates tension in his family when he squashes his son’s dream of playing college football. Denzel Washington’s third feature is the long-awaited adaptation of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Michael Keaton gives a powerhouse performance as Ray Kroc, an Illinois salesman who met Mack and Dick McDonald in the 1950s. Impressed by their burger operation, Kroc forced his way in to get control of the company and create a billion-dollar empire.

“Weisz brings a ferocious tenacity to her portrayal of Lipstadt. And Spall epitomises the banality of evil. Denial is a gripping reminder that history should never be taken for granted.” Toronto International Film Festival

“Jeff Nichols has given us a quietly devastating film that resonates for the here and now and marches to the cadences of history and the heart.” Rolling Stone

MOANA (PG) Dirs: Ron Clements & John Musker US 2016

SING (U)

113m

When an evil lava witch threatens her family, feisty and brave Hawaiian princess Moana sets sail on an epic journey accompanied by demi-god Maui, in order to discover the secrets that will help save them. Disney’s latest tale is a sweet, funny, joyful and spectacular adventure. [Family matinee prices apply]

Koala impresario, Buster Moon, stages a grand singing competition for the world's animals in order to save his elegant theatre in this quirky animated musical. Amongst the participants: housewife and mother of 25 piglets, Rosita; street musician mouse, Mike; gangster gorilla, Johnny; and punk-rock porcupine, Ash. But will it be enough to save Buster's theatre?

MOANA

SING

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DENIAL (12A)

Dir: Garth Jennings US 2016 108m

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

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Jeff Nichols US 2016 123m

MANCHESTER BY THE SEA (15) 137m

FEBRUARY 2017

FROM FRI 17

FROM FRI 17

LOVING (12A)

FROM FRI 10

LA LA LAND (12A) 128m

FROM FRI 17

TONI ERDMANN (15)

FROM SAT 11 – FRI 17

LION (PG) 118m

FROM FRI 17

With English Subtitles

An audacious twist on the screwball comedy - here, the twosome is an aging-hippie prankster father and his corporate-ladder-climbing daughter Toni Erdmann delivers art and entertainment in equal measure and charmed just about everyone who saw it at the Cannes Film Festival last year. Maren Ade’s dazzling script has just enough of a classical comedic structure to support 162 minutes of surprises big and small. Sublime performances by Sandra Hüller and Peter Simonischek leave the audience suspended between laughter and tears. Lincoln Film Society

JACKIE (15) 100m

FROM FRI 10

FROM FRI 3

“Moonlight is both a disarmingly, at times almost unbearably personal film and an urgent social document, a hard look at American reality and a poem written in light, music and vivid human faces.” New York Times FRI 17, CAFEBAR FROM 8PM MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music. Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

Praise for previous BAFTA Shorts programmes: "Exudes a style and confidence that bode well for the state of emerging UK talent." Sight & Sound

“The extent of Kroc’s greed is The Founder’s unique playing card, and John Lee Hancock delivers it with a depressingly special sauce.” Screen International

“Fences is a deeply affecting treatise on marriage, poverty and the struggles of sons to confront the long shadow of the man who brought them into the world.” Screen International WED 22, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel debate discussing issues of black masculinity and family relations. Hosted by Sonia Davis, Black Onit Initiative.

IN THE LOUNGE DANNY SAYS (CERT TBC)

THE FITS (12A) 72m

104m

A haunting portrait of childhood which is as gripping as it is unique.

A documentary on the life and times of Danny Fields who has played a pivotal role in music of the late 20th century: working for the Doors, Cream, Lou Reed and managing ground-breaking artists like the Stooges and the Ramones.

THE FITS

T2 TRAINSPOTTING (CERT TBC)

DANNY SAYS

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

Starring: Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer

Hidden Figures is the incredible untold story of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson - brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.

SAT 4, 11.45PM

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LOVING (12A) 123m

See page 1.

See page 1 for details.

Normal ticket prices apply.

MOANA (PG) 113m See page 2.

Sun 5

Sat 11

Sun 12

10:30 11:45

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 4:15 7:15 2:00

Mon 13

8:00 Tue 14

Tue 7

TROLLS (U) 90m Poppy and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends. Wed 8

SAT 18, 11.15AM

THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A major new collection of rare archive films charting the history of the UK’s railways from the early 20th century. Travel back to a time when travelling by rail was comfortable, punctual and maybe even glamorous!

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Freeheld 12A p10 The Best of the Kendal Mountain Film Festival 2016 p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 10

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:45 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00

SAT 18, 1.15PM

See page 2 for details.

BRITAIN ON FILM: RAILWAYS (U) 83m

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00 7:00

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

Mon 6

DENIAL (12A) 110m

3:00 3:15 10:30 1:30

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Focus on Laurent Cantet and The Class 15 p9 Spirited Away PG More Films TBC - See Web

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM WED 8 MAR, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with women of colour working in STEM, (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics), who will discuss why and how they got into their field, what their challenges are and obstacles they've had to overcome. Hosted by Dr. Kevin Brown, Aerospace Engineer, Rolls-Royce plc. In association with British Science Association & the Contemporary Studies Network.

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web NT LIVE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00

Sat 4

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70.

MON 27, 5.15PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

3:00 3:15 2:30

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

The true story of three remarkable women. See page 3 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web More Films TBC - See Web

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

HIDDEN FIGURES (12A) 127m HALF TERM FILMS SING (U) 108m

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

Fri 3

SPIRITED AWAY (PG) 124m 10-year-old Chihiro is separated from her parents and stumbles into a dreamlike world ruled by gods, witches and spirits. [In English]

TROLLS (U) 90m SAT 25, 1PM

DOCTOR STRANGE (3D) (12A) 115m

Former surgeon Stephen Strange gets a new lease on life when he becomes a powerful sorcerer.

After the dastardly Bergens invade Troll Village, Poppy, the happiest Troll ever born, and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends.

Thu 9

06

05

10:30 1:30

5:45 8:30 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 More Films TBC - See Web Light Night with Explorers Fair from 6pm

3:15 2:45

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

12:00

Denial 12A p2 3:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 2:30 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web Explorers Fair from 10am

5:45 8:15 4:15 7:45 5:15 8:00

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Theo and Hugo 18 p8 NT ENCORE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Singin’ in the Rain U p9 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 17

3:15 11:45 2:30 10:30 1:00

Sat 18

Sun 19 8:00

12:00

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Mon 20

10:30 1:00

3:15 2:30

8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Tue 21

10:30 1:00 5:45

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 22

10:30 1:00

Denial 12A p2 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 3:30 7:00 Loving 12A p1 2:30 5:15 8:00 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 NT LIVE: Saint Joan 12A p11 7:00 More Films TBC - See Web

Thu 23

Fri 24

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Moana PG Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ in Cafebar from 8pm

3:15 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 3:15 Moonlight p2 3:30 Fences 12A p2 1:30 BAFTA Shorts p3 1:00 Trolls U p4 1:15 Trolls - Supportive Environment Screening U p4 11:15 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Girls Lost 15 p8 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Sat 25

3:15 3:30 1:30

Sun 26

7:45

Hidden Figures PG p3 2:30 The Founder 12A p3 2:00 Moonlight p2 3:00 Fences 12A p2 12:00 Doctor Strange (3D) 12A p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 8:30 5:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Pass 15 p8 MET OPERA ENCORE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 5:30 8:45

2:30 1:00 3:30 2:15

5:55 6:15 7:45

12:00 6:15 7:45

Mon 27

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 I, Claude Monet p1The Fits 12A p3

1:45 3:15

5:15 8:00 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 6:15 7:45

Tue 28

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Hidden Figures - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A The Fits 12A p3 Film Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

1:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The New Man 15 + Q&A p10 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:00

5:45 8:15 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 7:45

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:00 7:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30 1:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Fits 12A p3

2:30 2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 7:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30 6:15

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

10:30 1:30 6:15 7:45

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The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Britain on Film: Railways U p4 10:30 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

3:30

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

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

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

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


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WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

01

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WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

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WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

FEBRUARY 2017

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

Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 3

117m

MON 6, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

HIDDEN FIGURES TONI ERDMANN LOVING MOONLIGHT FENCES THE FOUNDER THE FITS

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

MOONLIGHT (CERT TBC)

FENCES (12A)

THE FOUNDER (12A)

BAFTA SHORTS

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG)

Dir: Barry Jenkins US 2016 111m

Dir: Denzel Washington US 2016 139m

Dir: John Lee Hancock UK/USA 2016 115m

LION (PG) 118m

Dir: Mick Jackson UK/US 2016 110m

We’re pleased to present the most exciting British short films of the year in BAFTA Shorts 2017.

Dir: Theodore Melfi US 2016 127m

See website for details.

Dir: Maren Ade Germany 2016 162m

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga

Starring: Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall

Starring: Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp

Starring: Denzel Washington, Viola Davis

Starring: Michael Keaton, Linda Cardellini

Starring: Sandra Hüller, Peter Simonischek

In 1958, Mildred and Richard Loving were arrested for getting married. The Civil Rights movement being in its infancy, their mixed-race marriage was deemed illegal in the state of Virginia, and they spent the best part of 10 years fighting to overturn the law. Jeff Nichols directs Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga in this intimate, understated, yet masterful and powerful drama.

The true story of how historian David Irving sued writer Deborah E. Lipstadt in 1996 after she accused him of being a Holocaust denier, leaving her and her legal team bizarrely fighting to prove the Holocaust did indeed occur.

Barry Jenkins���s tender and heartbreaking Moonlight follows Chiron from childhood to adulthood as he attempts to find himself and his sexuality amidst the dangers of drugs and violence in his depressed Florida neighbourhood.

Now working as a garbage collector in 1950s Pittsburgh, a former baseball star creates tension in his family when he squashes his son’s dream of playing college football. Denzel Washington’s third feature is the long-awaited adaptation of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Michael Keaton gives a powerhouse performance as Ray Kroc, an Illinois salesman who met Mack and Dick McDonald in the 1950s. Impressed by their burger operation, Kroc forced his way in to get control of the company and create a billion-dollar empire.

“Weisz brings a ferocious tenacity to her portrayal of Lipstadt. And Spall epitomises the banality of evil. Denial is a gripping reminder that history should never be taken for granted.” Toronto International Film Festival

“Jeff Nichols has given us a quietly devastating film that resonates for the here and now and marches to the cadences of history and the heart.” Rolling Stone

MOANA (PG) Dirs: Ron Clements & John Musker US 2016

SING (U)

113m

When an evil lava witch threatens her family, feisty and brave Hawaiian princess Moana sets sail on an epic journey accompanied by demi-god Maui, in order to discover the secrets that will help save them. Disney’s latest tale is a sweet, funny, joyful and spectacular adventure. [Family matinee prices apply]

Koala impresario, Buster Moon, stages a grand singing competition for the world's animals in order to save his elegant theatre in this quirky animated musical. Amongst the participants: housewife and mother of 25 piglets, Rosita; street musician mouse, Mike; gangster gorilla, Johnny; and punk-rock porcupine, Ash. But will it be enough to save Buster's theatre?

MOANA

SING

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DENIAL (12A)

Dir: Garth Jennings US 2016 108m

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FROM FRI 24

Dir: Jeff Nichols US 2016 123m

MANCHESTER BY THE SEA (15) 137m

FEBRUARY 2017

FROM FRI 17

FROM FRI 17

LOVING (12A)

FROM FRI 10

LA LA LAND (12A) 128m

FROM FRI 17

TONI ERDMANN (15)

FROM SAT 11 – FRI 17

LION (PG) 118m

FROM FRI 17

With English Subtitles

An audacious twist on the screwball comedy - here, the twosome is an aging-hippie prankster father and his corporate-ladder-climbing daughter Toni Erdmann delivers art and entertainment in equal measure and charmed just about everyone who saw it at the Cannes Film Festival last year. Maren Ade’s dazzling script has just enough of a classical comedic structure to support 162 minutes of surprises big and small. Sublime performances by Sandra Hüller and Peter Simonischek leave the audience suspended between laughter and tears. Lincoln Film Society

JACKIE (15) 100m

FROM FRI 10

FROM FRI 3

“Moonlight is both a disarmingly, at times almost unbearably personal film and an urgent social document, a hard look at American reality and a poem written in light, music and vivid human faces.” New York Times FRI 17, CAFEBAR FROM 8PM MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music. Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

Praise for previous BAFTA Shorts programmes: "Exudes a style and confidence that bode well for the state of emerging UK talent." Sight & Sound

“The extent of Kroc’s greed is The Founder’s unique playing card, and John Lee Hancock delivers it with a depressingly special sauce.” Screen International

“Fences is a deeply affecting treatise on marriage, poverty and the struggles of sons to confront the long shadow of the man who brought them into the world.” Screen International WED 22, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel debate discussing issues of black masculinity and family relations. Hosted by Sonia Davis, Black Onit Initiative.

IN THE LOUNGE DANNY SAYS (CERT TBC)

THE FITS (12A) 72m

104m

A haunting portrait of childhood which is as gripping as it is unique.

A documentary on the life and times of Danny Fields who has played a pivotal role in music of the late 20th century: working for the Doors, Cream, Lou Reed and managing ground-breaking artists like the Stooges and the Ramones.

THE FITS

T2 TRAINSPOTTING (CERT TBC)

DANNY SAYS

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

Starring: Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer

Hidden Figures is the incredible untold story of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson - brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.

SAT 4, 11.45PM

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LOVING (12A) 123m

See page 1.

See page 1 for details.

Normal ticket prices apply.

MOANA (PG) 113m See page 2.

Sun 5

Sat 11

Sun 12

10:30 11:45

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 4:15 7:15 2:00

Mon 13

8:00 Tue 14

Tue 7

TROLLS (U) 90m Poppy and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends. Wed 8

SAT 18, 11.15AM

THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A major new collection of rare archive films charting the history of the UK’s railways from the early 20th century. Travel back to a time when travelling by rail was comfortable, punctual and maybe even glamorous!

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Freeheld 12A p10 The Best of the Kendal Mountain Film Festival 2016 p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 10

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:45 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00

SAT 18, 1.15PM

See page 2 for details.

BRITAIN ON FILM: RAILWAYS (U) 83m

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00 7:00

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

Mon 6

DENIAL (12A) 110m

3:00 3:15 10:30 1:30

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Focus on Laurent Cantet and The Class 15 p9 Spirited Away PG More Films TBC - See Web

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM WED 8 MAR, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with women of colour working in STEM, (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics), who will discuss why and how they got into their field, what their challenges are and obstacles they've had to overcome. Hosted by Dr. Kevin Brown, Aerospace Engineer, Rolls-Royce plc. In association with British Science Association & the Contemporary Studies Network.

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web NT LIVE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00

Sat 4

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70.

MON 27, 5.15PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

3:00 3:15 2:30

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

The true story of three remarkable women. See page 3 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web More Films TBC - See Web

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

HIDDEN FIGURES (12A) 127m HALF TERM FILMS SING (U) 108m

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Fri 3

SPIRITED AWAY (PG) 124m 10-year-old Chihiro is separated from her parents and stumbles into a dreamlike world ruled by gods, witches and spirits. [In English]

TROLLS (U) 90m SAT 25, 1PM

DOCTOR STRANGE (3D) (12A) 115m

Former surgeon Stephen Strange gets a new lease on life when he becomes a powerful sorcerer.

After the dastardly Bergens invade Troll Village, Poppy, the happiest Troll ever born, and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends.

Thu 9

06

05

10:30 1:30

5:45 8:30 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 More Films TBC - See Web Light Night with Explorers Fair from 6pm

3:15 2:45

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

12:00

Denial 12A p2 3:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 2:30 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web Explorers Fair from 10am

5:45 8:15 4:15 7:45 5:15 8:00

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Theo and Hugo 18 p8 NT ENCORE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Singin’ in the Rain U p9 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 17

3:15 11:45 2:30 10:30 1:00

Sat 18

Sun 19 8:00

12:00

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Mon 20

10:30 1:00

3:15 2:30

8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Tue 21

10:30 1:00 5:45

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 22

10:30 1:00

Denial 12A p2 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 3:30 7:00 Loving 12A p1 2:30 5:15 8:00 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 NT LIVE: Saint Joan 12A p11 7:00 More Films TBC - See Web

Thu 23

Fri 24

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Moana PG Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ in Cafebar from 8pm

3:15 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 3:15 Moonlight p2 3:30 Fences 12A p2 1:30 BAFTA Shorts p3 1:00 Trolls U p4 1:15 Trolls - Supportive Environment Screening U p4 11:15 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Girls Lost 15 p8 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Sat 25

3:15 3:30 1:30

Sun 26

7:45

Hidden Figures PG p3 2:30 The Founder 12A p3 2:00 Moonlight p2 3:00 Fences 12A p2 12:00 Doctor Strange (3D) 12A p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 8:30 5:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Pass 15 p8 MET OPERA ENCORE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 5:30 8:45

2:30 1:00 3:30 2:15

5:55 6:15 7:45

12:00 6:15 7:45

Mon 27

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 I, Claude Monet p1The Fits 12A p3

1:45 3:15

5:15 8:00 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 6:15 7:45

Tue 28

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Hidden Figures - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A The Fits 12A p3 Film Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

1:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The New Man 15 + Q&A p10 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:00

5:45 8:15 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 7:45

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:00 7:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30 1:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Fits 12A p3

2:30 2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 7:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30 6:15

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

10:30 1:30 6:15 7:45

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The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Britain on Film: Railways U p4 10:30 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

3:30

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

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

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

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


CONTINUING INTO FEBRUARY

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

01

02

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

03

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

FEBRUARY 2017

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

Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 3

117m

MON 6, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

HIDDEN FIGURES TONI ERDMANN LOVING MOONLIGHT FENCES THE FOUNDER THE FITS

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

MOONLIGHT (CERT TBC)

FENCES (12A)

THE FOUNDER (12A)

BAFTA SHORTS

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG)

Dir: Barry Jenkins US 2016 111m

Dir: Denzel Washington US 2016 139m

Dir: John Lee Hancock UK/USA 2016 115m

LION (PG) 118m

Dir: Mick Jackson UK/US 2016 110m

We’re pleased to present the most exciting British short films of the year in BAFTA Shorts 2017.

Dir: Theodore Melfi US 2016 127m

See website for details.

Dir: Maren Ade Germany 2016 162m

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga

Starring: Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall

Starring: Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp

Starring: Denzel Washington, Viola Davis

Starring: Michael Keaton, Linda Cardellini

Starring: Sandra Hüller, Peter Simonischek

In 1958, Mildred and Richard Loving were arrested for getting married. The Civil Rights movement being in its infancy, their mixed-race marriage was deemed illegal in the state of Virginia, and they spent the best part of 10 years fighting to overturn the law. Jeff Nichols directs Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga in this intimate, understated, yet masterful and powerful drama.

The true story of how historian David Irving sued writer Deborah E. Lipstadt in 1996 after she accused him of being a Holocaust denier, leaving her and her legal team bizarrely fighting to prove the Holocaust did indeed occur.

Barry Jenkins’s tender and heartbreaking Moonlight follows Chiron from childhood to adulthood as he attempts to find himself and his sexuality amidst the dangers of drugs and violence in his depressed Florida neighbourhood.

Now working as a garbage collector in 1950s Pittsburgh, a former baseball star creates tension in his family when he squashes his son’s dream of playing college football. Denzel Washington’s third feature is the long-awaited adaptation of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Michael Keaton gives a powerhouse performance as Ray Kroc, an Illinois salesman who met Mack and Dick McDonald in the 1950s. Impressed by their burger operation, Kroc forced his way in to get control of the company and create a billion-dollar empire.

“Weisz brings a ferocious tenacity to her portrayal of Lipstadt. And Spall epitomises the banality of evil. Denial is a gripping reminder that history should never be taken for granted.” Toronto International Film Festival

“Jeff Nichols has given us a quietly devastating film that resonates for the here and now and marches to the cadences of history and the heart.” Rolling Stone

MOANA (PG) Dirs: Ron Clements & John Musker US 2016

SING (U)

113m

When an evil lava witch threatens her family, feisty and brave Hawaiian princess Moana sets sail on an epic journey accompanied by demi-god Maui, in order to discover the secrets that will help save them. Disney’s latest tale is a sweet, funny, joyful and spectacular adventure. [Family matinee prices apply]

Koala impresario, Buster Moon, stages a grand singing competition for the world's animals in order to save his elegant theatre in this quirky animated musical. Amongst the participants: housewife and mother of 25 piglets, Rosita; street musician mouse, Mike; gangster gorilla, Johnny; and punk-rock porcupine, Ash. But will it be enough to save Buster's theatre?

MOANA

SING

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DENIAL (12A)

Dir: Garth Jennings US 2016 108m

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

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Jeff Nichols US 2016 123m

MANCHESTER BY THE SEA (15) 137m

FEBRUARY 2017

FROM FRI 17

FROM FRI 17

LOVING (12A)

FROM FRI 10

LA LA LAND (12A) 128m

FROM FRI 17

TONI ERDMANN (15)

FROM SAT 11 – FRI 17

LION (PG) 118m

FROM FRI 17

With English Subtitles

An audacious twist on the screwball comedy - here, the twosome is an aging-hippie prankster father and his corporate-ladder-climbing daughter Toni Erdmann delivers art and entertainment in equal measure and charmed just about everyone who saw it at the Cannes Film Festival last year. Maren Ade’s dazzling script has just enough of a classical comedic structure to support 162 minutes of surprises big and small. Sublime performances by Sandra Hüller and Peter Simonischek leave the audience suspended between laughter and tears. Lincoln Film Society

JACKIE (15) 100m

FROM FRI 10

FROM FRI 3

“Moonlight is both a disarmingly, at times almost unbearably personal film and an urgent social document, a hard look at American reality and a poem written in light, music and vivid human faces.” New York Times FRI 17, CAFEBAR FROM 8PM MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music. Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

Praise for previous BAFTA Shorts programmes: "Exudes a style and confidence that bode well for the state of emerging UK talent." Sight & Sound

“The extent of Kroc’s greed is The Founder’s unique playing card, and John Lee Hancock delivers it with a depressingly special sauce.” Screen International

“Fences is a deeply affecting treatise on marriage, poverty and the struggles of sons to confront the long shadow of the man who brought them into the world.” Screen International WED 22, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel debate discussing issues of black masculinity and family relations. Hosted by Sonia Davis, Black Onit Initiative.

IN THE LOUNGE DANNY SAYS (CERT TBC)

THE FITS (12A) 72m

104m

A haunting portrait of childhood which is as gripping as it is unique.

A documentary on the life and times of Danny Fields who has played a pivotal role in music of the late 20th century: working for the Doors, Cream, Lou Reed and managing ground-breaking artists like the Stooges and the Ramones.

THE FITS

T2 TRAINSPOTTING (CERT TBC)

DANNY SAYS

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

Starring: Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer

Hidden Figures is the incredible untold story of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson - brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.

SAT 4, 11.45PM

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LOVING (12A) 123m

See page 1.

See page 1 for details.

Normal ticket prices apply.

MOANA (PG) 113m See page 2.

Sun 5

Sat 11

Sun 12

10:30 11:45

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 4:15 7:15 2:00

Mon 13

8:00 Tue 14

Tue 7

TROLLS (U) 90m Poppy and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends. Wed 8

SAT 18, 11.15AM

THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A major new collection of rare archive films charting the history of the UK’s railways from the early 20th century. Travel back to a time when travelling by rail was comfortable, punctual and maybe even glamorous!

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Freeheld 12A p10 The Best of the Kendal Mountain Film Festival 2016 p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 10

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:45 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00

SAT 18, 1.15PM

See page 2 for details.

BRITAIN ON FILM: RAILWAYS (U) 83m

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00 7:00

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

Mon 6

DENIAL (12A) 110m

3:00 3:15 10:30 1:30

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Focus on Laurent Cantet and The Class 15 p9 Spirited Away PG More Films TBC - See Web

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM WED 8 MAR, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with women of colour working in STEM, (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics), who will discuss why and how they got into their field, what their challenges are and obstacles they've had to overcome. Hosted by Dr. Kevin Brown, Aerospace Engineer, Rolls-Royce plc. In association with British Science Association & the Contemporary Studies Network.

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web NT LIVE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00

Sat 4

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70.

MON 27, 5.15PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

3:00 3:15 2:30

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

The true story of three remarkable women. See page 3 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web More Films TBC - See Web

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

HIDDEN FIGURES (12A) 127m HALF TERM FILMS SING (U) 108m

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

Fri 3

SPIRITED AWAY (PG) 124m 10-year-old Chihiro is separated from her parents and stumbles into a dreamlike world ruled by gods, witches and spirits. [In English]

TROLLS (U) 90m SAT 25, 1PM

DOCTOR STRANGE (3D) (12A) 115m

Former surgeon Stephen Strange gets a new lease on life when he becomes a powerful sorcerer.

After the dastardly Bergens invade Troll Village, Poppy, the happiest Troll ever born, and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends.

Thu 9

06

05

10:30 1:30

5:45 8:30 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 More Films TBC - See Web Light Night with Explorers Fair from 6pm

3:15 2:45

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

12:00

Denial 12A p2 3:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 2:30 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web Explorers Fair from 10am

5:45 8:15 4:15 7:45 5:15 8:00

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Theo and Hugo 18 p8 NT ENCORE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Singin’ in the Rain U p9 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 17

3:15 11:45 2:30 10:30 1:00

Sat 18

Sun 19 8:00

12:00

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Mon 20

10:30 1:00

3:15 2:30

8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Tue 21

10:30 1:00 5:45

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 22

10:30 1:00

Denial 12A p2 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 3:30 7:00 Loving 12A p1 2:30 5:15 8:00 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 NT LIVE: Saint Joan 12A p11 7:00 More Films TBC - See Web

Thu 23

Fri 24

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Moana PG Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ in Cafebar from 8pm

3:15 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 3:15 Moonlight p2 3:30 Fences 12A p2 1:30 BAFTA Shorts p3 1:00 Trolls U p4 1:15 Trolls - Supportive Environment Screening U p4 11:15 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Girls Lost 15 p8 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Sat 25

3:15 3:30 1:30

Sun 26

7:45

Hidden Figures PG p3 2:30 The Founder 12A p3 2:00 Moonlight p2 3:00 Fences 12A p2 12:00 Doctor Strange (3D) 12A p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 8:30 5:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Pass 15 p8 MET OPERA ENCORE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 5:30 8:45

2:30 1:00 3:30 2:15

5:55 6:15 7:45

12:00 6:15 7:45

Mon 27

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 I, Claude Monet p1The Fits 12A p3

1:45 3:15

5:15 8:00 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 6:15 7:45

Tue 28

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Hidden Figures - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A The Fits 12A p3 Film Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

1:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The New Man 15 + Q&A p10 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:00

5:45 8:15 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 7:45

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:00 7:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30 1:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Fits 12A p3

2:30 2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 7:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30 6:15

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

10:30 1:30 6:15 7:45

Our full programme is published on our website every Tuesday www.broadway.org.uk/diary To receive our weekly e-newsletter sign up at www.broadway.org.uk/email_list

BOX OFFICE

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Britain on Film: Railways U p4 10:30 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

3:30

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

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

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

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


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SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

FEBRUARY 2017

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

Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 3

117m

MON 6, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

HIDDEN FIGURES TONI ERDMANN LOVING MOONLIGHT FENCES THE FOUNDER THE FITS

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

MOONLIGHT (CERT TBC)

FENCES (12A)

THE FOUNDER (12A)

BAFTA SHORTS

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG)

Dir: Barry Jenkins US 2016 111m

Dir: Denzel Washington US 2016 139m

Dir: John Lee Hancock UK/USA 2016 115m

LION (PG) 118m

Dir: Mick Jackson UK/US 2016 110m

We’re pleased to present the most exciting British short films of the year in BAFTA Shorts 2017.

Dir: Theodore Melfi US 2016 127m

See website for details.

Dir: Maren Ade Germany 2016 162m

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga

Starring: Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall

Starring: Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp

Starring: Denzel Washington, Viola Davis

Starring: Michael Keaton, Linda Cardellini

Starring: Sandra Hüller, Peter Simonischek

In 1958, Mildred and Richard Loving were arrested for getting married. The Civil Rights movement being in its infancy, their mixed-race marriage was deemed illegal in the state of Virginia, and they spent the best part of 10 years fighting to overturn the law. Jeff Nichols directs Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga in this intimate, understated, yet masterful and powerful drama.

The true story of how historian David Irving sued writer Deborah E. Lipstadt in 1996 after she accused him of being a Holocaust denier, leaving her and her legal team bizarrely fighting to prove the Holocaust did indeed occur.

Barry Jenkins’s tender and heartbreaking Moonlight follows Chiron from childhood to adulthood as he attempts to find himself and his sexuality amidst the dangers of drugs and violence in his depressed Florida neighbourhood.

Now working as a garbage collector in 1950s Pittsburgh, a former baseball star creates tension in his family when he squashes his son’s dream of playing college football. Denzel Washington’s third feature is the long-awaited adaptation of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Michael Keaton gives a powerhouse performance as Ray Kroc, an Illinois salesman who met Mack and Dick McDonald in the 1950s. Impressed by their burger operation, Kroc forced his way in to get control of the company and create a billion-dollar empire.

“Weisz brings a ferocious tenacity to her portrayal of Lipstadt. And Spall epitomises the banality of evil. Denial is a gripping reminder that history should never be taken for granted.” Toronto International Film Festival

“Jeff Nichols has given us a quietly devastating film that resonates for the here and now and marches to the cadences of history and the heart.” Rolling Stone

MOANA (PG) Dirs: Ron Clements & John Musker US 2016

SING (U)

113m

When an evil lava witch threatens her family, feisty and brave Hawaiian princess Moana sets sail on an epic journey accompanied by demi-god Maui, in order to discover the secrets that will help save them. Disney’s latest tale is a sweet, funny, joyful and spectacular adventure. [Family matinee prices apply]

Koala impresario, Buster Moon, stages a grand singing competition for the world's animals in order to save his elegant theatre in this quirky animated musical. Amongst the participants: housewife and mother of 25 piglets, Rosita; street musician mouse, Mike; gangster gorilla, Johnny; and punk-rock porcupine, Ash. But will it be enough to save Buster's theatre?

MOANA

SING

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DENIAL (12A)

Dir: Garth Jennings US 2016 108m

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

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Jeff Nichols US 2016 123m

MANCHESTER BY THE SEA (15) 137m

FEBRUARY 2017

FROM FRI 17

FROM FRI 17

LOVING (12A)

FROM FRI 10

LA LA LAND (12A) 128m

FROM FRI 17

TONI ERDMANN (15)

FROM SAT 11 – FRI 17

LION (PG) 118m

FROM FRI 17

With English Subtitles

An audacious twist on the screwball comedy - here, the twosome is an aging-hippie prankster father and his corporate-ladder-climbing daughter Toni Erdmann delivers art and entertainment in equal measure and charmed just about everyone who saw it at the Cannes Film Festival last year. Maren Ade’s dazzling script has just enough of a classical comedic structure to support 162 minutes of surprises big and small. Sublime performances by Sandra Hüller and Peter Simonischek leave the audience suspended between laughter and tears. Lincoln Film Society

JACKIE (15) 100m

FROM FRI 10

FROM FRI 3

“Moonlight is both a disarmingly, at times almost unbearably personal film and an urgent social document, a hard look at American reality and a poem written in light, music and vivid human faces.” New York Times FRI 17, CAFEBAR FROM 8PM MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music. Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

Praise for previous BAFTA Shorts programmes: "Exudes a style and confidence that bode well for the state of emerging UK talent." Sight & Sound

“The extent of Kroc’s greed is The Founder’s unique playing card, and John Lee Hancock delivers it with a depressingly special sauce.” Screen International

“Fences is a deeply affecting treatise on marriage, poverty and the struggles of sons to confront the long shadow of the man who brought them into the world.” Screen International WED 22, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel debate discussing issues of black masculinity and family relations. Hosted by Sonia Davis, Black Onit Initiative.

IN THE LOUNGE DANNY SAYS (CERT TBC)

THE FITS (12A) 72m

104m

A haunting portrait of childhood which is as gripping as it is unique.

A documentary on the life and times of Danny Fields who has played a pivotal role in music of the late 20th century: working for the Doors, Cream, Lou Reed and managing ground-breaking artists like the Stooges and the Ramones.

THE FITS

T2 TRAINSPOTTING (CERT TBC)

DANNY SAYS

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

Starring: Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer

Hidden Figures is the incredible untold story of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson - brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.

SAT 4, 11.45PM

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LOVING (12A) 123m

See page 1.

See page 1 for details.

Normal ticket prices apply.

MOANA (PG) 113m See page 2.

Sun 5

Sat 11

Sun 12

10:30 11:45

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 4:15 7:15 2:00

Mon 13

8:00 Tue 14

Tue 7

TROLLS (U) 90m Poppy and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends. Wed 8

SAT 18, 11.15AM

THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A major new collection of rare archive films charting the history of the UK’s railways from the early 20th century. Travel back to a time when travelling by rail was comfortable, punctual and maybe even glamorous!

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Freeheld 12A p10 The Best of the Kendal Mountain Film Festival 2016 p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 10

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:45 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00

SAT 18, 1.15PM

See page 2 for details.

BRITAIN ON FILM: RAILWAYS (U) 83m

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00 7:00

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

Mon 6

DENIAL (12A) 110m

3:00 3:15 10:30 1:30

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Focus on Laurent Cantet and The Class 15 p9 Spirited Away PG More Films TBC - See Web

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM WED 8 MAR, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with women of colour working in STEM, (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics), who will discuss why and how they got into their field, what their challenges are and obstacles they've had to overcome. Hosted by Dr. Kevin Brown, Aerospace Engineer, Rolls-Royce plc. In association with British Science Association & the Contemporary Studies Network.

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web NT LIVE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00

Sat 4

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70.

MON 27, 5.15PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

3:00 3:15 2:30

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

The true story of three remarkable women. See page 3 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web More Films TBC - See Web

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

HIDDEN FIGURES (12A) 127m HALF TERM FILMS SING (U) 108m

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

Fri 3

SPIRITED AWAY (PG) 124m 10-year-old Chihiro is separated from her parents and stumbles into a dreamlike world ruled by gods, witches and spirits. [In English]

TROLLS (U) 90m SAT 25, 1PM

DOCTOR STRANGE (3D) (12A) 115m

Former surgeon Stephen Strange gets a new lease on life when he becomes a powerful sorcerer.

After the dastardly Bergens invade Troll Village, Poppy, the happiest Troll ever born, and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends.

Thu 9

06

05

10:30 1:30

5:45 8:30 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 More Films TBC - See Web Light Night with Explorers Fair from 6pm

3:15 2:45

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

12:00

Denial 12A p2 3:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 2:30 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web Explorers Fair from 10am

5:45 8:15 4:15 7:45 5:15 8:00

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Theo and Hugo 18 p8 NT ENCORE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Singin’ in the Rain U p9 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 17

3:15 11:45 2:30 10:30 1:00

Sat 18

Sun 19 8:00

12:00

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Mon 20

10:30 1:00

3:15 2:30

8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Tue 21

10:30 1:00 5:45

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 22

10:30 1:00

Denial 12A p2 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 3:30 7:00 Loving 12A p1 2:30 5:15 8:00 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 NT LIVE: Saint Joan 12A p11 7:00 More Films TBC - See Web

Thu 23

Fri 24

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Moana PG Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ in Cafebar from 8pm

3:15 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 3:15 Moonlight p2 3:30 Fences 12A p2 1:30 BAFTA Shorts p3 1:00 Trolls U p4 1:15 Trolls - Supportive Environment Screening U p4 11:15 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Girls Lost 15 p8 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Sat 25

3:15 3:30 1:30

Sun 26

7:45

Hidden Figures PG p3 2:30 The Founder 12A p3 2:00 Moonlight p2 3:00 Fences 12A p2 12:00 Doctor Strange (3D) 12A p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 8:30 5:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Pass 15 p8 MET OPERA ENCORE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 5:30 8:45

2:30 1:00 3:30 2:15

5:55 6:15 7:45

12:00 6:15 7:45

Mon 27

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 I, Claude Monet p1The Fits 12A p3

1:45 3:15

5:15 8:00 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 6:15 7:45

Tue 28

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Hidden Figures - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A The Fits 12A p3 Film Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

1:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The New Man 15 + Q&A p10 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:00

5:45 8:15 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 7:45

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:00 7:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30 1:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Fits 12A p3

2:30 2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 7:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30 6:15

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

10:30 1:30 6:15 7:45

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The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Britain on Film: Railways U p4 10:30 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

3:30

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

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

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

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


CONTINUING INTO FEBRUARY

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

01

02

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

03

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

FEBRUARY 2017

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

Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 3

117m

MON 6, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

HIDDEN FIGURES TONI ERDMANN LOVING MOONLIGHT FENCES THE FOUNDER THE FITS

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

MOONLIGHT (CERT TBC)

FENCES (12A)

THE FOUNDER (12A)

BAFTA SHORTS

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG)

Dir: Barry Jenkins US 2016 111m

Dir: Denzel Washington US 2016 139m

Dir: John Lee Hancock UK/USA 2016 115m

LION (PG) 118m

Dir: Mick Jackson UK/US 2016 110m

We’re pleased to present the most exciting British short films of the year in BAFTA Shorts 2017.

Dir: Theodore Melfi US 2016 127m

See website for details.

Dir: Maren Ade Germany 2016 162m

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga

Starring: Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall

Starring: Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp

Starring: Denzel Washington, Viola Davis

Starring: Michael Keaton, Linda Cardellini

Starring: Sandra Hüller, Peter Simonischek

In 1958, Mildred and Richard Loving were arrested for getting married. The Civil Rights movement being in its infancy, their mixed-race marriage was deemed illegal in the state of Virginia, and they spent the best part of 10 years fighting to overturn the law. Jeff Nichols directs Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga in this intimate, understated, yet masterful and powerful drama.

The true story of how historian David Irving sued writer Deborah E. Lipstadt in 1996 after she accused him of being a Holocaust denier, leaving her and her legal team bizarrely fighting to prove the Holocaust did indeed occur.

Barry Jenkins’s tender and heartbreaking Moonlight follows Chiron from childhood to adulthood as he attempts to find himself and his sexuality amidst the dangers of drugs and violence in his depressed Florida neighbourhood.

Now working as a garbage collector in 1950s Pittsburgh, a former baseball star creates tension in his family when he squashes his son’s dream of playing college football. Denzel Washington’s third feature is the long-awaited adaptation of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Michael Keaton gives a powerhouse performance as Ray Kroc, an Illinois salesman who met Mack and Dick McDonald in the 1950s. Impressed by their burger operation, Kroc forced his way in to get control of the company and create a billion-dollar empire.

“Weisz brings a ferocious tenacity to her portrayal of Lipstadt. And Spall epitomises the banality of evil. Denial is a gripping reminder that history should never be taken for granted.” Toronto International Film Festival

“Jeff Nichols has given us a quietly devastating film that resonates for the here and now and marches to the cadences of history and the heart.” Rolling Stone

MOANA (PG) Dirs: Ron Clements & John Musker US 2016

SING (U)

113m

When an evil lava witch threatens her family, feisty and brave Hawaiian princess Moana sets sail on an epic journey accompanied by demi-god Maui, in order to discover the secrets that will help save them. Disney’s latest tale is a sweet, funny, joyful and spectacular adventure. [Family matinee prices apply]

Koala impresario, Buster Moon, stages a grand singing competition for the world's animals in order to save his elegant theatre in this quirky animated musical. Amongst the participants: housewife and mother of 25 piglets, Rosita; street musician mouse, Mike; gangster gorilla, Johnny; and punk-rock porcupine, Ash. But will it be enough to save Buster's theatre?

MOANA

SING

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DENIAL (12A)

Dir: Garth Jennings US 2016 108m

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

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Jeff Nichols US 2016 123m

MANCHESTER BY THE SEA (15) 137m

FEBRUARY 2017

FROM FRI 17

FROM FRI 17

LOVING (12A)

FROM FRI 10

LA LA LAND (12A) 128m

FROM FRI 17

TONI ERDMANN (15)

FROM SAT 11 – FRI 17

LION (PG) 118m

FROM FRI 17

With English Subtitles

An audacious twist on the screwball comedy - here, the twosome is an aging-hippie prankster father and his corporate-ladder-climbing daughter Toni Erdmann delivers art and entertainment in equal measure and charmed just about everyone who saw it at the Cannes Film Festival last year. Maren Ade’s dazzling script has just enough of a classical comedic structure to support 162 minutes of surprises big and small. Sublime performances by Sandra Hüller and Peter Simonischek leave the audience suspended between laughter and tears. Lincoln Film Society

JACKIE (15) 100m

FROM FRI 10

FROM FRI 3

“Moonlight is both a disarmingly, at times almost unbearably personal film and an urgent social document, a hard look at American reality and a poem written in light, music and vivid human faces.” New York Times FRI 17, CAFEBAR FROM 8PM MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music. Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

Praise for previous BAFTA Shorts programmes: "Exudes a style and confidence that bode well for the state of emerging UK talent." Sight & Sound

“The extent of Kroc’s greed is The Founder’s unique playing card, and John Lee Hancock delivers it with a depressingly special sauce.” Screen International

“Fences is a deeply affecting treatise on marriage, poverty and the struggles of sons to confront the long shadow of the man who brought them into the world.” Screen International WED 22, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel debate discussing issues of black masculinity and family relations. Hosted by Sonia Davis, Black Onit Initiative.

IN THE LOUNGE DANNY SAYS (CERT TBC)

THE FITS (12A) 72m

104m

A haunting portrait of childhood which is as gripping as it is unique.

A documentary on the life and times of Danny Fields who has played a pivotal role in music of the late 20th century: working for the Doors, Cream, Lou Reed and managing ground-breaking artists like the Stooges and the Ramones.

THE FITS

T2 TRAINSPOTTING (CERT TBC)

DANNY SAYS

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

Starring: Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer

Hidden Figures is the incredible untold story of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson - brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.

SAT 4, 11.45PM

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LOVING (12A) 123m

See page 1.

See page 1 for details.

Normal ticket prices apply.

MOANA (PG) 113m See page 2.

Sun 5

Sat 11

Sun 12

10:30 11:45

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 4:15 7:15 2:00

Mon 13

8:00 Tue 14

Tue 7

TROLLS (U) 90m Poppy and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends. Wed 8

SAT 18, 11.15AM

THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A major new collection of rare archive films charting the history of the UK’s railways from the early 20th century. Travel back to a time when travelling by rail was comfortable, punctual and maybe even glamorous!

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Freeheld 12A p10 The Best of the Kendal Mountain Film Festival 2016 p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 10

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:45 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00

SAT 18, 1.15PM

See page 2 for details.

BRITAIN ON FILM: RAILWAYS (U) 83m

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00 7:00

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

Mon 6

DENIAL (12A) 110m

3:00 3:15 10:30 1:30

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Focus on Laurent Cantet and The Class 15 p9 Spirited Away PG More Films TBC - See Web

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM WED 8 MAR, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with women of colour working in STEM, (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics), who will discuss why and how they got into their field, what their challenges are and obstacles they've had to overcome. Hosted by Dr. Kevin Brown, Aerospace Engineer, Rolls-Royce plc. In association with British Science Association & the Contemporary Studies Network.

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web NT LIVE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00

Sat 4

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70.

MON 27, 5.15PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

3:00 3:15 2:30

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

The true story of three remarkable women. See page 3 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web More Films TBC - See Web

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

HIDDEN FIGURES (12A) 127m HALF TERM FILMS SING (U) 108m

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

Fri 3

SPIRITED AWAY (PG) 124m 10-year-old Chihiro is separated from her parents and stumbles into a dreamlike world ruled by gods, witches and spirits. [In English]

TROLLS (U) 90m SAT 25, 1PM

DOCTOR STRANGE (3D) (12A) 115m

Former surgeon Stephen Strange gets a new lease on life when he becomes a powerful sorcerer.

After the dastardly Bergens invade Troll Village, Poppy, the happiest Troll ever born, and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends.

Thu 9

06

05

10:30 1:30

5:45 8:30 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 More Films TBC - See Web Light Night with Explorers Fair from 6pm

3:15 2:45

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

12:00

Denial 12A p2 3:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 2:30 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web Explorers Fair from 10am

5:45 8:15 4:15 7:45 5:15 8:00

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Theo and Hugo 18 p8 NT ENCORE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Singin’ in the Rain U p9 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 17

3:15 11:45 2:30 10:30 1:00

Sat 18

Sun 19 8:00

12:00

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Mon 20

10:30 1:00

3:15 2:30

8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Tue 21

10:30 1:00 5:45

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 22

10:30 1:00

Denial 12A p2 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 3:30 7:00 Loving 12A p1 2:30 5:15 8:00 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 NT LIVE: Saint Joan 12A p11 7:00 More Films TBC - See Web

Thu 23

Fri 24

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Moana PG Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ in Cafebar from 8pm

3:15 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 3:15 Moonlight p2 3:30 Fences 12A p2 1:30 BAFTA Shorts p3 1:00 Trolls U p4 1:15 Trolls - Supportive Environment Screening U p4 11:15 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Girls Lost 15 p8 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Sat 25

3:15 3:30 1:30

Sun 26

7:45

Hidden Figures PG p3 2:30 The Founder 12A p3 2:00 Moonlight p2 3:00 Fences 12A p2 12:00 Doctor Strange (3D) 12A p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 8:30 5:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Pass 15 p8 MET OPERA ENCORE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 5:30 8:45

2:30 1:00 3:30 2:15

5:55 6:15 7:45

12:00 6:15 7:45

Mon 27

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 I, Claude Monet p1The Fits 12A p3

1:45 3:15

5:15 8:00 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 6:15 7:45

Tue 28

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Hidden Figures - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A The Fits 12A p3 Film Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

1:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The New Man 15 + Q&A p10 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:00

5:45 8:15 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 7:45

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:00 7:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30 1:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Fits 12A p3

2:30 2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 7:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30 6:15

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

10:30 1:30 6:15 7:45

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The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Britain on Film: Railways U p4 10:30 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

3:30

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

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

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

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


CONTINUING INTO FEBRUARY

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

01

02

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

03

WHAT’S ON FEBRUARY 2017

04

SILVER SCREEN FAMILY MOVIE MATINEES

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

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

WHEN IT’S ON

BRINGING UP BABY!

FEBRUARY 2017

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

Wed 1

Thu 2

FROM FRI 3

117m

MON 6, 5.45PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

HIDDEN FIGURES TONI ERDMANN LOVING MOONLIGHT FENCES THE FOUNDER THE FITS

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

MOONLIGHT (CERT TBC)

FENCES (12A)

THE FOUNDER (12A)

BAFTA SHORTS

HIDDEN FIGURES (PG)

Dir: Barry Jenkins US 2016 111m

Dir: Denzel Washington US 2016 139m

Dir: John Lee Hancock UK/USA 2016 115m

LION (PG) 118m

Dir: Mick Jackson UK/US 2016 110m

We’re pleased to present the most exciting British short films of the year in BAFTA Shorts 2017.

Dir: Theodore Melfi US 2016 127m

See website for details.

Dir: Maren Ade Germany 2016 162m

Starring: Joel Edgerton, Ruth Negga

Starring: Rachel Weisz, Timothy Spall

Starring: Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp

Starring: Denzel Washington, Viola Davis

Starring: Michael Keaton, Linda Cardellini

Starring: Sandra Hüller, Peter Simonischek

In 1958, Mildred and Richard Loving were arrested for getting married. The Civil Rights movement being in its infancy, their mixed-race marriage was deemed illegal in the state of Virginia, and they spent the best part of 10 years fighting to overturn the law. Jeff Nichols directs Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga in this intimate, understated, yet masterful and powerful drama.

The true story of how historian David Irving sued writer Deborah E. Lipstadt in 1996 after she accused him of being a Holocaust denier, leaving her and her legal team bizarrely fighting to prove the Holocaust did indeed occur.

Barry Jenkins’s tender and heartbreaking Moonlight follows Chiron from childhood to adulthood as he attempts to find himself and his sexuality amidst the dangers of drugs and violence in his depressed Florida neighbourhood.

Now working as a garbage collector in 1950s Pittsburgh, a former baseball star creates tension in his family when he squashes his son’s dream of playing college football. Denzel Washington’s third feature is the long-awaited adaptation of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

Michael Keaton gives a powerhouse performance as Ray Kroc, an Illinois salesman who met Mack and Dick McDonald in the 1950s. Impressed by their burger operation, Kroc forced his way in to get control of the company and create a billion-dollar empire.

“Weisz brings a ferocious tenacity to her portrayal of Lipstadt. And Spall epitomises the banality of evil. Denial is a gripping reminder that history should never be taken for granted.” Toronto International Film Festival

“Jeff Nichols has given us a quietly devastating film that resonates for the here and now and marches to the cadences of history and the heart.” Rolling Stone

MOANA (PG) Dirs: Ron Clements & John Musker US 2016

SING (U)

113m

When an evil lava witch threatens her family, feisty and brave Hawaiian princess Moana sets sail on an epic journey accompanied by demi-god Maui, in order to discover the secrets that will help save them. Disney’s latest tale is a sweet, funny, joyful and spectacular adventure. [Family matinee prices apply]

Koala impresario, Buster Moon, stages a grand singing competition for the world's animals in order to save his elegant theatre in this quirky animated musical. Amongst the participants: housewife and mother of 25 piglets, Rosita; street musician mouse, Mike; gangster gorilla, Johnny; and punk-rock porcupine, Ash. But will it be enough to save Buster's theatre?

MOANA

SING

THU 2, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

DENIAL (12A)

Dir: Garth Jennings US 2016 108m

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

FROM FRI 24

Dir: Jeff Nichols US 2016 123m

MANCHESTER BY THE SEA (15) 137m

FEBRUARY 2017

FROM FRI 17

FROM FRI 17

LOVING (12A)

FROM FRI 10

LA LA LAND (12A) 128m

FROM FRI 17

TONI ERDMANN (15)

FROM SAT 11 – FRI 17

LION (PG) 118m

FROM FRI 17

With English Subtitles

An audacious twist on the screwball comedy - here, the twosome is an aging-hippie prankster father and his corporate-ladder-climbing daughter Toni Erdmann delivers art and entertainment in equal measure and charmed just about everyone who saw it at the Cannes Film Festival last year. Maren Ade’s dazzling script has just enough of a classical comedic structure to support 162 minutes of surprises big and small. Sublime performances by Sandra Hüller and Peter Simonischek leave the audience suspended between laughter and tears. Lincoln Film Society

JACKIE (15) 100m

FROM FRI 10

FROM FRI 3

“Moonlight is both a disarmingly, at times almost unbearably personal film and an urgent social document, a hard look at American reality and a poem written in light, music and vivid human faces.” New York Times FRI 17, CAFEBAR FROM 8PM MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music. Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

Praise for previous BAFTA Shorts programmes: "Exudes a style and confidence that bode well for the state of emerging UK talent." Sight & Sound

“The extent of Kroc’s greed is The Founder’s unique playing card, and John Lee Hancock delivers it with a depressingly special sauce.” Screen International

“Fences is a deeply affecting treatise on marriage, poverty and the struggles of sons to confront the long shadow of the man who brought them into the world.” Screen International WED 22, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel debate discussing issues of black masculinity and family relations. Hosted by Sonia Davis, Black Onit Initiative.

IN THE LOUNGE DANNY SAYS (CERT TBC)

THE FITS (12A) 72m

104m

A haunting portrait of childhood which is as gripping as it is unique.

A documentary on the life and times of Danny Fields who has played a pivotal role in music of the late 20th century: working for the Doors, Cream, Lou Reed and managing ground-breaking artists like the Stooges and the Ramones.

THE FITS

T2 TRAINSPOTTING (CERT TBC)

DANNY SAYS

CINEMA | CAFEBAR | NOTTINGHAM

Starring: Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer

Hidden Figures is the incredible untold story of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson - brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.

SAT 4, 11.45PM

TUE 28, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

THU 9, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

LOVING (12A) 123m

See page 1.

See page 1 for details.

Normal ticket prices apply.

MOANA (PG) 113m See page 2.

Sun 5

Sat 11

Sun 12

10:30 11:45

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 4:15 7:15 2:00

Mon 13

8:00 Tue 14

Tue 7

TROLLS (U) 90m Poppy and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends. Wed 8

SAT 18, 11.15AM

THU 23, 10.30AM & 1.30PM

A major new collection of rare archive films charting the history of the UK’s railways from the early 20th century. Travel back to a time when travelling by rail was comfortable, punctual and maybe even glamorous!

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Freeheld 12A p10 The Best of the Kendal Mountain Film Festival 2016 p9 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 10

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web 1UP Videogame Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:45 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

3:00

SAT 18, 1.15PM

See page 2 for details.

BRITAIN ON FILM: RAILWAYS (U) 83m

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00 7:00

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

Mon 6

DENIAL (12A) 110m

3:00 3:15 10:30 1:30

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Focus on Laurent Cantet and The Class 15 p9 Spirited Away PG More Films TBC - See Web

THU 16, 10.30AM & 1.30PM WED 8 MAR, 7PM INTRODUCTION FOLLOWED BY PANEL DISCUSSION The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with women of colour working in STEM, (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics), who will discuss why and how they got into their field, what their challenges are and obstacles they've had to overcome. Hosted by Dr. Kevin Brown, Aerospace Engineer, Rolls-Royce plc. In association with British Science Association & the Contemporary Studies Network.

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web NT LIVE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:30 5:45 8:15 5:15 8:00

Sat 4

A screening suitable for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Tickets £2 for under-16s. Adults £3.70.

MON 27, 5.15PM This screening will have English subtitles for the hard of hearing.

3:00 3:15 2:30

3:00 5:45 8:30 12:00 3:30 7:00 2:30 5:15 8:00

The true story of three remarkable women. See page 3 for details.

SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT SCREENING

T2 Trainspotting See web Jackie 15 See web Lion PG See web More Films TBC - See Web

T2 Trainspotting See web Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 More Films TBC - See Web

HIDDEN FIGURES (12A) 127m HALF TERM FILMS SING (U) 108m

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Fri 3

SPIRITED AWAY (PG) 124m 10-year-old Chihiro is separated from her parents and stumbles into a dreamlike world ruled by gods, witches and spirits. [In English]

TROLLS (U) 90m SAT 25, 1PM

DOCTOR STRANGE (3D) (12A) 115m

Former surgeon Stephen Strange gets a new lease on life when he becomes a powerful sorcerer.

After the dastardly Bergens invade Troll Village, Poppy, the happiest Troll ever born, and the curmudgeonly Branch set off on a journey to rescue her friends.

Thu 9

06

05

10:30 1:30

5:45 8:30 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 15

Thu 16

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 More Films TBC - See Web Light Night with Explorers Fair from 6pm

3:15 2:45

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

12:00

Denial 12A p2 3:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 2:30 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 More Films TBC - See Web Explorers Fair from 10am

5:45 8:15 4:15 7:45 5:15 8:00

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Theo and Hugo 18 p8 NT ENCORE: Amadeus 12A p11 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15

Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 Singin’ in the Rain U p9 More Films TBC - See Web Denial 12A p2 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 Loving 12A p1 Sing U p1 Moana PG p2 More Films TBC - See Web

Fri 17

3:15 11:45 2:30 10:30 1:00

Sat 18

Sun 19 8:00

12:00

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Mon 20

10:30 1:00

3:15 2:30

8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Tue 21

10:30 1:00 5:45

3:15 2:30

5:45 8:15 3:30 7:00 5:15 8:00

Wed 22

10:30 1:00

Denial 12A p2 10:30 1:30 5:45 8:15 Toni Erdmann 15 p1 3:30 7:00 Loving 12A p1 2:30 5:15 8:00 Sing U p1 10:30 Moana PG p2 1:00 NT LIVE: Saint Joan 12A p11 7:00 More Films TBC - See Web

Thu 23

Fri 24

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Moana PG Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web DJ in Cafebar from 8pm

3:15 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 3:15 Moonlight p2 3:30 Fences 12A p2 1:30 BAFTA Shorts p3 1:00 Trolls U p4 1:15 Trolls - Supportive Environment Screening U p4 11:15 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Girls Lost 15 p8 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 BAFTA Shorts p3 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

Sat 25

3:15 3:30 1:30

Sun 26

7:45

Hidden Figures PG p3 2:30 The Founder 12A p3 2:00 Moonlight p2 3:00 Fences 12A p2 12:00 Doctor Strange (3D) 12A p4 1:00 MET OPERA LIVE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 8:30 5:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Pass 15 p8 MET OPERA ENCORE: Rusalka 12A p11 The Fits 12A p3

5:15 8:00 5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 5:30 8:45

2:30 1:00 3:30 2:15

5:55 6:15 7:45

12:00 6:15 7:45

Mon 27

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 I, Claude Monet p1The Fits 12A p3

1:45 3:15

5:15 8:00 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 6:15 7:45

Tue 28

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Hidden Figures - Bringing Up Baby Screenings 12A The Fits 12A p3 Film Quiz Cafebar 8.45pm

1:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30

1:15 1:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30

1:15 7:45

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The New Man 15 + Q&A p10 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:30

The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

2:00 3:30 1:00

5:45 8:15 8:30 4:30 7:30 6:00 7:45

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:00 7:00 7:45

2:00 3:30 1:30 1:30

Hidden Figures PG p3 The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 The Fits 12A p3

2:30 2:00 3:30 1:30

5:45 8:15 6:00 8:30 4:30 7:30 7:45

5:15 5:45 6:00 4:30 6:15

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

10:30 1:30 6:15 7:45

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The Founder 12A p3 Moonlight p2 Fences 12A p2 Britain on Film: Railways U p4 10:30 Danny Says p3 More Films TBC - See Web

3:30

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

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

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

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FEBRUARY 2017

CELEBRATING LGBT HISTORY MONTH

08

FEBRUARY 2017

09

FEBRUARY 2017

10

In February every year LGBT History Month celebrates the lives and achievements of the LGBT community. To mark this, we’re screening some wonderful films with an LGBT theme. Also look out for the marvellous Moonlight screening from the 17th February.

FEBRUARY 2017

11

FEBRUARY 2017

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

LIVE BY SATELLITE SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

FILM

THU 2, 7PM - SOLD OUT SUN 12, 12NOON - ENCORE

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ben A. Williams UK 2016 87m

Dirs: Olivier Ducastel & Jacques Martineau

Dir: Alexandra-Therese Keining

Starring: Russell Tovey, Arinzé Kene

France 2016 97m

Finland/Sweden 2015 104m

Starring: Geoffrey Couët, François Nambot

Starring: Mandus Berg, Adam Dahlgren

Opening on a hard core scene in an underground Paris sex club, Theo and Hugo begins as a real-time narrative of sex and lust, before a dramatic tonal change turns into a tale of blossoming love on the streets of Paris. Both men find themselves forced to question their ideas about love, desire and personal responsibility, when an unexpected post-sexual realisation brings them to hysteria.

Kim, Momo and Bella are continuously bullied at school for not behaving “like girls should”. When they discover a plant that allows them to transform into boys, everything changes. But soon the three friends are faced with unexpected questions about themselves and their friendship. This stylish fantasy film makes sexual identity and gender-confusion dilemmas accessible.

Jason, an ambitious 19-year-old football player, shares a room with teammate Ade on the night before their first international match. There’s laddish banter, jokes, high jinks and then, out of nowhere, a kiss. It’s a moment that changes everything. With pitch-perfect performances, The Pass explores the price of success in a sport where image is everything. Bath Film Festival

SAT 4, 10.30AM – 2.30PM

FOCUS ON LAURENT CANTET AND THE CLASS A special educational event delivered by Martin O’Shaughnessy from Nottingham Trent University which is designed for students but which will also appeal to anyone with an interest in French cinema and culture. A screening of The Class will be preceded by an introduction to Cantet and the contemporary French social context to which he is responding including a close analysis of two key scenes from the film. There will be a Q&A after the screening.

Normal ticket prices apply Groups of students: £3.50 each & teachers free GIRLS LOST

TUE 14, 5.45PM

TUE 21, 6PM

THE BEST OF THE 2016 KENDAL MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL (CERT TBC) RT TBC

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (U) 103m

Dir: Josh Appignanesi UK 2014 75m

Every autumn, Kendal, on the edge of the Lake District, hosts the most prestigious Mountain Film Festival in the UK, attracting film premieres from around the world. This special programme features a selection of the very best films from the 2016 festival held in November. Tickets: £12/£10 memb+conc

Starring: Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds

London-based fiction director Josh Appignanesi turns the camera on himself and his wife, Devorah, as they undergo the ordeal of becoming parents. Faced with fatherhood, Josh spirals comically into an envious career funk. Their relationship is tested to the brink as they confront birth, death, love and loss all at once. An entertaining and moving documentary about becoming a parent… and how to reconceive yourself. UK Jewish Film Festival Director Josh Appignanesi will attend a post-screening Q&A with Al Clark from Wellington Films.

Dirs: Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly US 1952

To celebrate Valentine’s Day and commemorate Debbie Reynolds’ incredible talent, come rediscover one of the finest musicals of all time. Set in 1920s Hollywood as stars of the silent era struggle to transition to sound, Singin’ in the Rain is as funny as its songs are catchy. Be charmed and transported by Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds blooming on-screen romance in this vibrant and dazzling masterpiece.

TUE 14

VALENTINE’S DAY There’ll be half-price Prosecco on sale in the bar tonight.

THE NEW MAN (15) + Q&A

“Lovely, personal and abjectly honest… Very funny and poignant.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 27, 6PM

I, CLAUDE MONET (12A) 90m From award-winning director Phil Grabsky comes this new look at arguably the world’s favourite artist – through his own words. Based on over 2500 letters, I, Claude Monet reveals new insight into the man who not only painted the picture that gave birth to impressionism but who was perhaps the most influential and successful painter of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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

SAINT JOAN (12A) 240m AMADEUS (12A) 210m Lucian Msamati plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast live from the National Theatre, and with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia.

SUN 5, 2PM

Josie Rourke directs Gemma Arterton as Joan of Arc in this electrifying production, broadcast live from the Donmar Warehouse. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

RUSALKA (DVORÁK) Kristine Opolais stars in a new production of the opera that first won her international acclaim, Dvorák’s fairy-tale opera about the tragic water nymph Rusalka. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

FREEHELD (12A) 101m When New Jersey police officer Laurel Hester is diagnosed with stage-4 cancer, she requests that her pension be transferred to her life partner, Stacie. But her request is denied and the couple embarks on a legal battle to have the policy revised before times run out.

MEMBERS GET

20%OFF

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

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 17, FROM 8PM

Celebrating LGBT History Month, Nottingham City Council in Partnership with Nottingham City Homes will be hosting this special screening!

MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK | 0115 846 7777

TUE 14, FROM 5PM

@LakesideArts

VALENTINE’S DAY Enjoy half-price on our bottles of Prosecco with your loved one tonight, whether you’re here for a drink, a meal or a film.

FRI 10, 6PM – 9PM

LIGHT NIGHT with Explorers Fair

Discover interactive projections and playful installations as a taster of what to expect at the first ever Explorers Fair, Broadway’s celebration of arts, play, science and technology. Explorers Fair opens to the public on SAT 11. Find out more at www.explorersfair.com

"Very, very moving and revealing.. told with great honesty and love" Mark Kermode, BBC5 Wittertainment, Top 5 Pick

DRAMA DANCE COMEDY SPOKEN WORD THEATRE FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES AT NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

(CERT TBC) 245m

QUIZZES

10.30AM – 11.30AM: Introduction 11.30AM: Screening The Class (127m) 2PM-2.30PM: Post-screening discussion 2.30PM Ends

SUN 5, 8PM

EVENT

THE PASS (15)

ONE DAY COURSE

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

To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music.

SAT 25, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 26, 12NOON ENCORE

FOOD & DRINK

GIRLS LOST (15)

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

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

SUN 26, 8.45PM

THEO AND HUGO (18)

“There are still too few films out there willing to bring sex and love together in this kind of honesty. Theo and Hugo is a rare treat.” Eye For Film

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

SUN 19, 1PM

AMADEUS

SUN 12, 8PM

THU 16, 7PM

12

TUE 7, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 28, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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

JOIN US AS A BROADWAY MEMBER AND RECEIVE... 2 free tickets on sign-up Our monthly brochure delivered to your home 20% off food in our cafebar at all times Discounts on cinema tickets, event cinema, courses and room hire throughout the year Weekly email updates including members offers and events PRICE £27 / JOINT MEMBERSHIP £50 Ask at our box office or visit www.broadway.org.uk/membership

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FEBRUARY 2017

CELEBRATING LGBT HISTORY MONTH

08

FEBRUARY 2017

09

FEBRUARY 2017

10

In February every year LGBT History Month celebrates the lives and achievements of the LGBT community. To mark this, we’re screening some wonderful films with an LGBT theme. Also look out for the marvellous Moonlight screening from the 17th February.

FEBRUARY 2017

11

FEBRUARY 2017

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

LIVE BY SATELLITE SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

FILM

THU 2, 7PM - SOLD OUT SUN 12, 12NOON - ENCORE

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ben A. Williams UK 2016 87m

Dirs: Olivier Ducastel & Jacques Martineau

Dir: Alexandra-Therese Keining

Starring: Russell Tovey, Arinzé Kene

France 2016 97m

Finland/Sweden 2015 104m

Starring: Geoffrey Couët, François Nambot

Starring: Mandus Berg, Adam Dahlgren

Opening on a hard core scene in an underground Paris sex club, Theo and Hugo begins as a real-time narrative of sex and lust, before a dramatic tonal change turns into a tale of blossoming love on the streets of Paris. Both men find themselves forced to question their ideas about love, desire and personal responsibility, when an unexpected post-sexual realisation brings them to hysteria.

Kim, Momo and Bella are continuously bullied at school for not behaving “like girls should”. When they discover a plant that allows them to transform into boys, everything changes. But soon the three friends are faced with unexpected questions about themselves and their friendship. This stylish fantasy film makes sexual identity and gender-confusion dilemmas accessible.

Jason, an ambitious 19-year-old football player, shares a room with teammate Ade on the night before their first international match. There’s laddish banter, jokes, high jinks and then, out of nowhere, a kiss. It’s a moment that changes everything. With pitch-perfect performances, The Pass explores the price of success in a sport where image is everything. Bath Film Festival

SAT 4, 10.30AM – 2.30PM

FOCUS ON LAURENT CANTET AND THE CLASS A special educational event delivered by Martin O’Shaughnessy from Nottingham Trent University which is designed for students but which will also appeal to anyone with an interest in French cinema and culture. A screening of The Class will be preceded by an introduction to Cantet and the contemporary French social context to which he is responding including a close analysis of two key scenes from the film. There will be a Q&A after the screening.

Normal ticket prices apply Groups of students: £3.50 each & teachers free GIRLS LOST

TUE 14, 5.45PM

TUE 21, 6PM

THE BEST OF THE 2016 KENDAL MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL (CERT TBC) RT TBC

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (U) 103m

Dir: Josh Appignanesi UK 2014 75m

Every autumn, Kendal, on the edge of the Lake District, hosts the most prestigious Mountain Film Festival in the UK, attracting film premieres from around the world. This special programme features a selection of the very best films from the 2016 festival held in November. Tickets: £12/£10 memb+conc

Starring: Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds

London-based fiction director Josh Appignanesi turns the camera on himself and his wife, Devorah, as they undergo the ordeal of becoming parents. Faced with fatherhood, Josh spirals comically into an envious career funk. Their relationship is tested to the brink as they confront birth, death, love and loss all at once. An entertaining and moving documentary about becoming a parent… and how to reconceive yourself. UK Jewish Film Festival Director Josh Appignanesi will attend a post-screening Q&A with Al Clark from Wellington Films.

Dirs: Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly US 1952

To celebrate Valentine’s Day and commemorate Debbie Reynolds’ incredible talent, come rediscover one of the finest musicals of all time. Set in 1920s Hollywood as stars of the silent era struggle to transition to sound, Singin’ in the Rain is as funny as its songs are catchy. Be charmed and transported by Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds blooming on-screen romance in this vibrant and dazzling masterpiece.

TUE 14

VALENTINE’S DAY There’ll be half-price Prosecco on sale in the bar tonight.

THE NEW MAN (15) + Q&A

“Lovely, personal and abjectly honest… Very funny and poignant.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 27, 6PM

I, CLAUDE MONET (12A) 90m From award-winning director Phil Grabsky comes this new look at arguably the world’s favourite artist – through his own words. Based on over 2500 letters, I, Claude Monet reveals new insight into the man who not only painted the picture that gave birth to impressionism but who was perhaps the most influential and successful painter of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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

SAINT JOAN (12A) 240m AMADEUS (12A) 210m Lucian Msamati plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast live from the National Theatre, and with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia.

SUN 5, 2PM

Josie Rourke directs Gemma Arterton as Joan of Arc in this electrifying production, broadcast live from the Donmar Warehouse. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

RUSALKA (DVORÁK) Kristine Opolais stars in a new production of the opera that first won her international acclaim, Dvorák’s fairy-tale opera about the tragic water nymph Rusalka. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

FREEHELD (12A) 101m When New Jersey police officer Laurel Hester is diagnosed with stage-4 cancer, she requests that her pension be transferred to her life partner, Stacie. But her request is denied and the couple embarks on a legal battle to have the policy revised before times run out.

MEMBERS GET

20%OFF

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

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 17, FROM 8PM

Celebrating LGBT History Month, Nottingham City Council in Partnership with Nottingham City Homes will be hosting this special screening!

MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK | 0115 846 7777

TUE 14, FROM 5PM

@LakesideArts

VALENTINE’S DAY Enjoy half-price on our bottles of Prosecco with your loved one tonight, whether you’re here for a drink, a meal or a film.

FRI 10, 6PM – 9PM

LIGHT NIGHT with Explorers Fair

Discover interactive projections and playful installations as a taster of what to expect at the first ever Explorers Fair, Broadway’s celebration of arts, play, science and technology. Explorers Fair opens to the public on SAT 11. Find out more at www.explorersfair.com

"Very, very moving and revealing.. told with great honesty and love" Mark Kermode, BBC5 Wittertainment, Top 5 Pick

DRAMA DANCE COMEDY SPOKEN WORD THEATRE FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES AT NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

(CERT TBC) 245m

QUIZZES

10.30AM – 11.30AM: Introduction 11.30AM: Screening The Class (127m) 2PM-2.30PM: Post-screening discussion 2.30PM Ends

SUN 5, 8PM

EVENT

THE PASS (15)

ONE DAY COURSE

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

To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music.

SAT 25, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 26, 12NOON ENCORE

FOOD & DRINK

GIRLS LOST (15)

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

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

SUN 26, 8.45PM

THEO AND HUGO (18)

“There are still too few films out there willing to bring sex and love together in this kind of honesty. Theo and Hugo is a rare treat.” Eye For Film

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

SUN 19, 1PM

AMADEUS

SUN 12, 8PM

THU 16, 7PM

12

TUE 7, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 28, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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

JOIN US AS A BROADWAY MEMBER AND RECEIVE... 2 free tickets on sign-up Our monthly brochure delivered to your home 20% off food in our cafebar at all times Discounts on cinema tickets, event cinema, courses and room hire throughout the year Weekly email updates including members offers and events PRICE £27 / JOINT MEMBERSHIP £50 Ask at our box office or visit www.broadway.org.uk/membership

HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE


FEBRUARY 2017

CELEBRATING LGBT HISTORY MONTH

08

FEBRUARY 2017

09

FEBRUARY 2017

10

In February every year LGBT History Month celebrates the lives and achievements of the LGBT community. To mark this, we’re screening some wonderful films with an LGBT theme. Also look out for the marvellous Moonlight screening from the 17th February.

FEBRUARY 2017

11

FEBRUARY 2017

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

LIVE BY SATELLITE SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

FILM

THU 2, 7PM - SOLD OUT SUN 12, 12NOON - ENCORE

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ben A. Williams UK 2016 87m

Dirs: Olivier Ducastel & Jacques Martineau

Dir: Alexandra-Therese Keining

Starring: Russell Tovey, Arinzé Kene

France 2016 97m

Finland/Sweden 2015 104m

Starring: Geoffrey Couët, François Nambot

Starring: Mandus Berg, Adam Dahlgren

Opening on a hard core scene in an underground Paris sex club, Theo and Hugo begins as a real-time narrative of sex and lust, before a dramatic tonal change turns into a tale of blossoming love on the streets of Paris. Both men find themselves forced to question their ideas about love, desire and personal responsibility, when an unexpected post-sexual realisation brings them to hysteria.

Kim, Momo and Bella are continuously bullied at school for not behaving “like girls should”. When they discover a plant that allows them to transform into boys, everything changes. But soon the three friends are faced with unexpected questions about themselves and their friendship. This stylish fantasy film makes sexual identity and gender-confusion dilemmas accessible.

Jason, an ambitious 19-year-old football player, shares a room with teammate Ade on the night before their first international match. There’s laddish banter, jokes, high jinks and then, out of nowhere, a kiss. It’s a moment that changes everything. With pitch-perfect performances, The Pass explores the price of success in a sport where image is everything. Bath Film Festival

SAT 4, 10.30AM – 2.30PM

FOCUS ON LAURENT CANTET AND THE CLASS A special educational event delivered by Martin O’Shaughnessy from Nottingham Trent University which is designed for students but which will also appeal to anyone with an interest in French cinema and culture. A screening of The Class will be preceded by an introduction to Cantet and the contemporary French social context to which he is responding including a close analysis of two key scenes from the film. There will be a Q&A after the screening.

Normal ticket prices apply Groups of students: £3.50 each & teachers free GIRLS LOST

TUE 14, 5.45PM

TUE 21, 6PM

THE BEST OF THE 2016 KENDAL MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL (CERT TBC) RT TBC

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (U) 103m

Dir: Josh Appignanesi UK 2014 75m

Every autumn, Kendal, on the edge of the Lake District, hosts the most prestigious Mountain Film Festival in the UK, attracting film premieres from around the world. This special programme features a selection of the very best films from the 2016 festival held in November. Tickets: £12/£10 memb+conc

Starring: Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds

London-based fiction director Josh Appignanesi turns the camera on himself and his wife, Devorah, as they undergo the ordeal of becoming parents. Faced with fatherhood, Josh spirals comically into an envious career funk. Their relationship is tested to the brink as they confront birth, death, love and loss all at once. An entertaining and moving documentary about becoming a parent… and how to reconceive yourself. UK Jewish Film Festival Director Josh Appignanesi will attend a post-screening Q&A with Al Clark from Wellington Films.

Dirs: Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly US 1952

To celebrate Valentine’s Day and commemorate Debbie Reynolds’ incredible talent, come rediscover one of the finest musicals of all time. Set in 1920s Hollywood as stars of the silent era struggle to transition to sound, Singin’ in the Rain is as funny as its songs are catchy. Be charmed and transported by Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds blooming on-screen romance in this vibrant and dazzling masterpiece.

TUE 14

VALENTINE’S DAY There’ll be half-price Prosecco on sale in the bar tonight.

THE NEW MAN (15) + Q&A

“Lovely, personal and abjectly honest… Very funny and poignant.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 27, 6PM

I, CLAUDE MONET (12A) 90m From award-winning director Phil Grabsky comes this new look at arguably the world’s favourite artist – through his own words. Based on over 2500 letters, I, Claude Monet reveals new insight into the man who not only painted the picture that gave birth to impressionism but who was perhaps the most influential and successful painter of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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

SAINT JOAN (12A) 240m AMADEUS (12A) 210m Lucian Msamati plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast live from the National Theatre, and with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia.

SUN 5, 2PM

Josie Rourke directs Gemma Arterton as Joan of Arc in this electrifying production, broadcast live from the Donmar Warehouse. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

RUSALKA (DVORÁK) Kristine Opolais stars in a new production of the opera that first won her international acclaim, Dvorák’s fairy-tale opera about the tragic water nymph Rusalka. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

FREEHELD (12A) 101m When New Jersey police officer Laurel Hester is diagnosed with stage-4 cancer, she requests that her pension be transferred to her life partner, Stacie. But her request is denied and the couple embarks on a legal battle to have the policy revised before times run out.

MEMBERS GET

20%OFF

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

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 17, FROM 8PM

Celebrating LGBT History Month, Nottingham City Council in Partnership with Nottingham City Homes will be hosting this special screening!

MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK | 0115 846 7777

TUE 14, FROM 5PM

@LakesideArts

VALENTINE’S DAY Enjoy half-price on our bottles of Prosecco with your loved one tonight, whether you’re here for a drink, a meal or a film.

FRI 10, 6PM – 9PM

LIGHT NIGHT with Explorers Fair

Discover interactive projections and playful installations as a taster of what to expect at the first ever Explorers Fair, Broadway’s celebration of arts, play, science and technology. Explorers Fair opens to the public on SAT 11. Find out more at www.explorersfair.com

"Very, very moving and revealing.. told with great honesty and love" Mark Kermode, BBC5 Wittertainment, Top 5 Pick

DRAMA DANCE COMEDY SPOKEN WORD THEATRE FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES AT NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

(CERT TBC) 245m

QUIZZES

10.30AM – 11.30AM: Introduction 11.30AM: Screening The Class (127m) 2PM-2.30PM: Post-screening discussion 2.30PM Ends

SUN 5, 8PM

EVENT

THE PASS (15)

ONE DAY COURSE

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

To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music.

SAT 25, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 26, 12NOON ENCORE

FOOD & DRINK

GIRLS LOST (15)

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

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

SUN 26, 8.45PM

THEO AND HUGO (18)

“There are still too few films out there willing to bring sex and love together in this kind of honesty. Theo and Hugo is a rare treat.” Eye For Film

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

SUN 19, 1PM

AMADEUS

SUN 12, 8PM

THU 16, 7PM

12

TUE 7, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 28, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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

JOIN US AS A BROADWAY MEMBER AND RECEIVE... 2 free tickets on sign-up Our monthly brochure delivered to your home 20% off food in our cafebar at all times Discounts on cinema tickets, event cinema, courses and room hire throughout the year Weekly email updates including members offers and events PRICE £27 / JOINT MEMBERSHIP £50 Ask at our box office or visit www.broadway.org.uk/membership

HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE


FEBRUARY 2017

CELEBRATING LGBT HISTORY MONTH

08

FEBRUARY 2017

09

FEBRUARY 2017

10

In February every year LGBT History Month celebrates the lives and achievements of the LGBT community. To mark this, we’re screening some wonderful films with an LGBT theme. Also look out for the marvellous Moonlight screening from the 17th February.

FEBRUARY 2017

11

FEBRUARY 2017

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

LIVE BY SATELLITE SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

FILM

THU 2, 7PM - SOLD OUT SUN 12, 12NOON - ENCORE

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ben A. Williams UK 2016 87m

Dirs: Olivier Ducastel & Jacques Martineau

Dir: Alexandra-Therese Keining

Starring: Russell Tovey, Arinzé Kene

France 2016 97m

Finland/Sweden 2015 104m

Starring: Geoffrey Couët, François Nambot

Starring: Mandus Berg, Adam Dahlgren

Opening on a hard core scene in an underground Paris sex club, Theo and Hugo begins as a real-time narrative of sex and lust, before a dramatic tonal change turns into a tale of blossoming love on the streets of Paris. Both men find themselves forced to question their ideas about love, desire and personal responsibility, when an unexpected post-sexual realisation brings them to hysteria.

Kim, Momo and Bella are continuously bullied at school for not behaving “like girls should”. When they discover a plant that allows them to transform into boys, everything changes. But soon the three friends are faced with unexpected questions about themselves and their friendship. This stylish fantasy film makes sexual identity and gender-confusion dilemmas accessible.

Jason, an ambitious 19-year-old football player, shares a room with teammate Ade on the night before their first international match. There’s laddish banter, jokes, high jinks and then, out of nowhere, a kiss. It’s a moment that changes everything. With pitch-perfect performances, The Pass explores the price of success in a sport where image is everything. Bath Film Festival

SAT 4, 10.30AM – 2.30PM

FOCUS ON LAURENT CANTET AND THE CLASS A special educational event delivered by Martin O’Shaughnessy from Nottingham Trent University which is designed for students but which will also appeal to anyone with an interest in French cinema and culture. A screening of The Class will be preceded by an introduction to Cantet and the contemporary French social context to which he is responding including a close analysis of two key scenes from the film. There will be a Q&A after the screening.

Normal ticket prices apply Groups of students: £3.50 each & teachers free GIRLS LOST

TUE 14, 5.45PM

TUE 21, 6PM

THE BEST OF THE 2016 KENDAL MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL (CERT TBC) RT TBC

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (U) 103m

Dir: Josh Appignanesi UK 2014 75m

Every autumn, Kendal, on the edge of the Lake District, hosts the most prestigious Mountain Film Festival in the UK, attracting film premieres from around the world. This special programme features a selection of the very best films from the 2016 festival held in November. Tickets: £12/£10 memb+conc

Starring: Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds

London-based fiction director Josh Appignanesi turns the camera on himself and his wife, Devorah, as they undergo the ordeal of becoming parents. Faced with fatherhood, Josh spirals comically into an envious career funk. Their relationship is tested to the brink as they confront birth, death, love and loss all at once. An entertaining and moving documentary about becoming a parent… and how to reconceive yourself. UK Jewish Film Festival Director Josh Appignanesi will attend a post-screening Q&A with Al Clark from Wellington Films.

Dirs: Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly US 1952

To celebrate Valentine’s Day and commemorate Debbie Reynolds’ incredible talent, come rediscover one of the finest musicals of all time. Set in 1920s Hollywood as stars of the silent era struggle to transition to sound, Singin’ in the Rain is as funny as its songs are catchy. Be charmed and transported by Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds blooming on-screen romance in this vibrant and dazzling masterpiece.

TUE 14

VALENTINE’S DAY There’ll be half-price Prosecco on sale in the bar tonight.

THE NEW MAN (15) + Q&A

“Lovely, personal and abjectly honest… Very funny and poignant.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 27, 6PM

I, CLAUDE MONET (12A) 90m From award-winning director Phil Grabsky comes this new look at arguably the world’s favourite artist – through his own words. Based on over 2500 letters, I, Claude Monet reveals new insight into the man who not only painted the picture that gave birth to impressionism but who was perhaps the most influential and successful painter of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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

SAINT JOAN (12A) 240m AMADEUS (12A) 210m Lucian Msamati plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast live from the National Theatre, and with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia.

SUN 5, 2PM

Josie Rourke directs Gemma Arterton as Joan of Arc in this electrifying production, broadcast live from the Donmar Warehouse. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

RUSALKA (DVORÁK) Kristine Opolais stars in a new production of the opera that first won her international acclaim, Dvorák’s fairy-tale opera about the tragic water nymph Rusalka. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

FREEHELD (12A) 101m When New Jersey police officer Laurel Hester is diagnosed with stage-4 cancer, she requests that her pension be transferred to her life partner, Stacie. But her request is denied and the couple embarks on a legal battle to have the policy revised before times run out.

MEMBERS GET

20%OFF

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

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 17, FROM 8PM

Celebrating LGBT History Month, Nottingham City Council in Partnership with Nottingham City Homes will be hosting this special screening!

MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK | 0115 846 7777

TUE 14, FROM 5PM

@LakesideArts

VALENTINE’S DAY Enjoy half-price on our bottles of Prosecco with your loved one tonight, whether you’re here for a drink, a meal or a film.

FRI 10, 6PM – 9PM

LIGHT NIGHT with Explorers Fair

Discover interactive projections and playful installations as a taster of what to expect at the first ever Explorers Fair, Broadway’s celebration of arts, play, science and technology. Explorers Fair opens to the public on SAT 11. Find out more at www.explorersfair.com

"Very, very moving and revealing.. told with great honesty and love" Mark Kermode, BBC5 Wittertainment, Top 5 Pick

DRAMA DANCE COMEDY SPOKEN WORD THEATRE FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES AT NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

(CERT TBC) 245m

QUIZZES

10.30AM – 11.30AM: Introduction 11.30AM: Screening The Class (127m) 2PM-2.30PM: Post-screening discussion 2.30PM Ends

SUN 5, 8PM

EVENT

THE PASS (15)

ONE DAY COURSE

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

To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music.

SAT 25, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 26, 12NOON ENCORE

FOOD & DRINK

GIRLS LOST (15)

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

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

SUN 26, 8.45PM

THEO AND HUGO (18)

“There are still too few films out there willing to bring sex and love together in this kind of honesty. Theo and Hugo is a rare treat.” Eye For Film

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

SUN 19, 1PM

AMADEUS

SUN 12, 8PM

THU 16, 7PM

12

TUE 7, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 28, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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

JOIN US AS A BROADWAY MEMBER AND RECEIVE... 2 free tickets on sign-up Our monthly brochure delivered to your home 20% off food in our cafebar at all times Discounts on cinema tickets, event cinema, courses and room hire throughout the year Weekly email updates including members offers and events PRICE £27 / JOINT MEMBERSHIP £50 Ask at our box office or visit www.broadway.org.uk/membership

HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE


FEBRUARY 2017

CELEBRATING LGBT HISTORY MONTH

08

FEBRUARY 2017

09

FEBRUARY 2017

10

In February every year LGBT History Month celebrates the lives and achievements of the LGBT community. To mark this, we’re screening some wonderful films with an LGBT theme. Also look out for the marvellous Moonlight screening from the 17th February.

FEBRUARY 2017

11

FEBRUARY 2017

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

LIVE BY SATELLITE SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

FILM

THU 2, 7PM - SOLD OUT SUN 12, 12NOON - ENCORE

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ben A. Williams UK 2016 87m

Dirs: Olivier Ducastel & Jacques Martineau

Dir: Alexandra-Therese Keining

Starring: Russell Tovey, Arinzé Kene

France 2016 97m

Finland/Sweden 2015 104m

Starring: Geoffrey Couët, François Nambot

Starring: Mandus Berg, Adam Dahlgren

Opening on a hard core scene in an underground Paris sex club, Theo and Hugo begins as a real-time narrative of sex and lust, before a dramatic tonal change turns into a tale of blossoming love on the streets of Paris. Both men find themselves forced to question their ideas about love, desire and personal responsibility, when an unexpected post-sexual realisation brings them to hysteria.

Kim, Momo and Bella are continuously bullied at school for not behaving “like girls should”. When they discover a plant that allows them to transform into boys, everything changes. But soon the three friends are faced with unexpected questions about themselves and their friendship. This stylish fantasy film makes sexual identity and gender-confusion dilemmas accessible.

Jason, an ambitious 19-year-old football player, shares a room with teammate Ade on the night before their first international match. There’s laddish banter, jokes, high jinks and then, out of nowhere, a kiss. It’s a moment that changes everything. With pitch-perfect performances, The Pass explores the price of success in a sport where image is everything. Bath Film Festival

SAT 4, 10.30AM – 2.30PM

FOCUS ON LAURENT CANTET AND THE CLASS A special educational event delivered by Martin O’Shaughnessy from Nottingham Trent University which is designed for students but which will also appeal to anyone with an interest in French cinema and culture. A screening of The Class will be preceded by an introduction to Cantet and the contemporary French social context to which he is responding including a close analysis of two key scenes from the film. There will be a Q&A after the screening.

Normal ticket prices apply Groups of students: £3.50 each & teachers free GIRLS LOST

TUE 14, 5.45PM

TUE 21, 6PM

THE BEST OF THE 2016 KENDAL MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL (CERT TBC) RT TBC

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (U) 103m

Dir: Josh Appignanesi UK 2014 75m

Every autumn, Kendal, on the edge of the Lake District, hosts the most prestigious Mountain Film Festival in the UK, attracting film premieres from around the world. This special programme features a selection of the very best films from the 2016 festival held in November. Tickets: £12/£10 memb+conc

Starring: Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds

London-based fiction director Josh Appignanesi turns the camera on himself and his wife, Devorah, as they undergo the ordeal of becoming parents. Faced with fatherhood, Josh spirals comically into an envious career funk. Their relationship is tested to the brink as they confront birth, death, love and loss all at once. An entertaining and moving documentary about becoming a parent… and how to reconceive yourself. UK Jewish Film Festival Director Josh Appignanesi will attend a post-screening Q&A with Al Clark from Wellington Films.

Dirs: Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly US 1952

To celebrate Valentine’s Day and commemorate Debbie Reynolds’ incredible talent, come rediscover one of the finest musicals of all time. Set in 1920s Hollywood as stars of the silent era struggle to transition to sound, Singin’ in the Rain is as funny as its songs are catchy. Be charmed and transported by Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds blooming on-screen romance in this vibrant and dazzling masterpiece.

TUE 14

VALENTINE’S DAY There’ll be half-price Prosecco on sale in the bar tonight.

THE NEW MAN (15) + Q&A

“Lovely, personal and abjectly honest… Very funny and poignant.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 27, 6PM

I, CLAUDE MONET (12A) 90m From award-winning director Phil Grabsky comes this new look at arguably the world’s favourite artist – through his own words. Based on over 2500 letters, I, Claude Monet reveals new insight into the man who not only painted the picture that gave birth to impressionism but who was perhaps the most influential and successful painter of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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

SAINT JOAN (12A) 240m AMADEUS (12A) 210m Lucian Msamati plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast live from the National Theatre, and with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia.

SUN 5, 2PM

Josie Rourke directs Gemma Arterton as Joan of Arc in this electrifying production, broadcast live from the Donmar Warehouse. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

RUSALKA (DVORÁK) Kristine Opolais stars in a new production of the opera that first won her international acclaim, Dvorák’s fairy-tale opera about the tragic water nymph Rusalka. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

FREEHELD (12A) 101m When New Jersey police officer Laurel Hester is diagnosed with stage-4 cancer, she requests that her pension be transferred to her life partner, Stacie. But her request is denied and the couple embarks on a legal battle to have the policy revised before times run out.

MEMBERS GET

20%OFF

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

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 17, FROM 8PM

Celebrating LGBT History Month, Nottingham City Council in Partnership with Nottingham City Homes will be hosting this special screening!

MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK | 0115 846 7777

TUE 14, FROM 5PM

@LakesideArts

VALENTINE’S DAY Enjoy half-price on our bottles of Prosecco with your loved one tonight, whether you’re here for a drink, a meal or a film.

FRI 10, 6PM – 9PM

LIGHT NIGHT with Explorers Fair

Discover interactive projections and playful installations as a taster of what to expect at the first ever Explorers Fair, Broadway’s celebration of arts, play, science and technology. Explorers Fair opens to the public on SAT 11. Find out more at www.explorersfair.com

"Very, very moving and revealing.. told with great honesty and love" Mark Kermode, BBC5 Wittertainment, Top 5 Pick

DRAMA DANCE COMEDY SPOKEN WORD THEATRE FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES AT NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

(CERT TBC) 245m

QUIZZES

10.30AM – 11.30AM: Introduction 11.30AM: Screening The Class (127m) 2PM-2.30PM: Post-screening discussion 2.30PM Ends

SUN 5, 8PM

EVENT

THE PASS (15)

ONE DAY COURSE

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

To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music.

SAT 25, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 26, 12NOON ENCORE

FOOD & DRINK

GIRLS LOST (15)

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

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

SUN 26, 8.45PM

THEO AND HUGO (18)

“There are still too few films out there willing to bring sex and love together in this kind of honesty. Theo and Hugo is a rare treat.” Eye For Film

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

SUN 19, 1PM

AMADEUS

SUN 12, 8PM

THU 16, 7PM

12

TUE 7, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 28, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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

JOIN US AS A BROADWAY MEMBER AND RECEIVE... 2 free tickets on sign-up Our monthly brochure delivered to your home 20% off food in our cafebar at all times Discounts on cinema tickets, event cinema, courses and room hire throughout the year Weekly email updates including members offers and events PRICE £27 / JOINT MEMBERSHIP £50 Ask at our box office or visit www.broadway.org.uk/membership

HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE


FEBRUARY 2017

CELEBRATING LGBT HISTORY MONTH

08

FEBRUARY 2017

09

FEBRUARY 2017

10

In February every year LGBT History Month celebrates the lives and achievements of the LGBT community. To mark this, we’re screening some wonderful films with an LGBT theme. Also look out for the marvellous Moonlight screening from the 17th February.

FEBRUARY 2017

11

FEBRUARY 2017

BROADWAY CAFEBAR& MEZZ BAR

LIVE BY SATELLITE SHOWCASING THE BREADTH OF SCREEN CULTURE

PICK UP A LOYALTY CARD!

FILM

THU 2, 7PM - SOLD OUT SUN 12, 12NOON - ENCORE

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ben A. Williams UK 2016 87m

Dirs: Olivier Ducastel & Jacques Martineau

Dir: Alexandra-Therese Keining

Starring: Russell Tovey, Arinzé Kene

France 2016 97m

Finland/Sweden 2015 104m

Starring: Geoffrey Couët, François Nambot

Starring: Mandus Berg, Adam Dahlgren

Opening on a hard core scene in an underground Paris sex club, Theo and Hugo begins as a real-time narrative of sex and lust, before a dramatic tonal change turns into a tale of blossoming love on the streets of Paris. Both men find themselves forced to question their ideas about love, desire and personal responsibility, when an unexpected post-sexual realisation brings them to hysteria.

Kim, Momo and Bella are continuously bullied at school for not behaving “like girls should”. When they discover a plant that allows them to transform into boys, everything changes. But soon the three friends are faced with unexpected questions about themselves and their friendship. This stylish fantasy film makes sexual identity and gender-confusion dilemmas accessible.

Jason, an ambitious 19-year-old football player, shares a room with teammate Ade on the night before their first international match. There’s laddish banter, jokes, high jinks and then, out of nowhere, a kiss. It’s a moment that changes everything. With pitch-perfect performances, The Pass explores the price of success in a sport where image is everything. Bath Film Festival

SAT 4, 10.30AM – 2.30PM

FOCUS ON LAURENT CANTET AND THE CLASS A special educational event delivered by Martin O’Shaughnessy from Nottingham Trent University which is designed for students but which will also appeal to anyone with an interest in French cinema and culture. A screening of The Class will be preceded by an introduction to Cantet and the contemporary French social context to which he is responding including a close analysis of two key scenes from the film. There will be a Q&A after the screening.

Normal ticket prices apply Groups of students: £3.50 each & teachers free GIRLS LOST

TUE 14, 5.45PM

TUE 21, 6PM

THE BEST OF THE 2016 KENDAL MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL (CERT TBC) RT TBC

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (U) 103m

Dir: Josh Appignanesi UK 2014 75m

Every autumn, Kendal, on the edge of the Lake District, hosts the most prestigious Mountain Film Festival in the UK, attracting film premieres from around the world. This special programme features a selection of the very best films from the 2016 festival held in November. Tickets: £12/£10 memb+conc

Starring: Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds

London-based fiction director Josh Appignanesi turns the camera on himself and his wife, Devorah, as they undergo the ordeal of becoming parents. Faced with fatherhood, Josh spirals comically into an envious career funk. Their relationship is tested to the brink as they confront birth, death, love and loss all at once. An entertaining and moving documentary about becoming a parent… and how to reconceive yourself. UK Jewish Film Festival Director Josh Appignanesi will attend a post-screening Q&A with Al Clark from Wellington Films.

Dirs: Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly US 1952

To celebrate Valentine’s Day and commemorate Debbie Reynolds’ incredible talent, come rediscover one of the finest musicals of all time. Set in 1920s Hollywood as stars of the silent era struggle to transition to sound, Singin’ in the Rain is as funny as its songs are catchy. Be charmed and transported by Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds blooming on-screen romance in this vibrant and dazzling masterpiece.

TUE 14

VALENTINE’S DAY There’ll be half-price Prosecco on sale in the bar tonight.

THE NEW MAN (15) + Q&A

“Lovely, personal and abjectly honest… Very funny and poignant.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 27, 6PM

I, CLAUDE MONET (12A) 90m From award-winning director Phil Grabsky comes this new look at arguably the world’s favourite artist – through his own words. Based on over 2500 letters, I, Claude Monet reveals new insight into the man who not only painted the picture that gave birth to impressionism but who was perhaps the most influential and successful painter of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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

SAINT JOAN (12A) 240m AMADEUS (12A) 210m Lucian Msamati plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast live from the National Theatre, and with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia.

SUN 5, 2PM

Josie Rourke directs Gemma Arterton as Joan of Arc in this electrifying production, broadcast live from the Donmar Warehouse. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

RUSALKA (DVORÁK) Kristine Opolais stars in a new production of the opera that first won her international acclaim, Dvorák’s fairy-tale opera about the tragic water nymph Rusalka. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

FREEHELD (12A) 101m When New Jersey police officer Laurel Hester is diagnosed with stage-4 cancer, she requests that her pension be transferred to her life partner, Stacie. But her request is denied and the couple embarks on a legal battle to have the policy revised before times run out.

MEMBERS GET

20%OFF

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

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 17, FROM 8PM

Celebrating LGBT History Month, Nottingham City Council in Partnership with Nottingham City Homes will be hosting this special screening!

MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK | 0115 846 7777

TUE 14, FROM 5PM

@LakesideArts

VALENTINE’S DAY Enjoy half-price on our bottles of Prosecco with your loved one tonight, whether you’re here for a drink, a meal or a film.

FRI 10, 6PM – 9PM

LIGHT NIGHT with Explorers Fair

Discover interactive projections and playful installations as a taster of what to expect at the first ever Explorers Fair, Broadway’s celebration of arts, play, science and technology. Explorers Fair opens to the public on SAT 11. Find out more at www.explorersfair.com

"Very, very moving and revealing.. told with great honesty and love" Mark Kermode, BBC5 Wittertainment, Top 5 Pick

DRAMA DANCE COMEDY SPOKEN WORD THEATRE FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES AT NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

(CERT TBC) 245m

QUIZZES

10.30AM – 11.30AM: Introduction 11.30AM: Screening The Class (127m) 2PM-2.30PM: Post-screening discussion 2.30PM Ends

SUN 5, 8PM

EVENT

THE PASS (15)

ONE DAY COURSE

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

To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music.

SAT 25, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 26, 12NOON ENCORE

FOOD & DRINK

GIRLS LOST (15)

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

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

SUN 26, 8.45PM

THEO AND HUGO (18)

“There are still too few films out there willing to bring sex and love together in this kind of honesty. Theo and Hugo is a rare treat.” Eye For Film

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

SUN 19, 1PM

AMADEUS

SUN 12, 8PM

THU 16, 7PM

12

TUE 7, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 28, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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

JOIN US AS A BROADWAY MEMBER AND RECEIVE... 2 free tickets on sign-up Our monthly brochure delivered to your home 20% off food in our cafebar at all times Discounts on cinema tickets, event cinema, courses and room hire throughout the year Weekly email updates including members offers and events PRICE £27 / JOINT MEMBERSHIP £50 Ask at our box office or visit www.broadway.org.uk/membership

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FEBRUARY 2017

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In February every year LGBT History Month celebrates the lives and achievements of the LGBT community. To mark this, we’re screening some wonderful films with an LGBT theme. Also look out for the marvellous Moonlight screening from the 17th February.

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FILM

THU 2, 7PM - SOLD OUT SUN 12, 12NOON - ENCORE

With English Subtitles

With English Subtitles

Dir: Ben A. Williams UK 2016 87m

Dirs: Olivier Ducastel & Jacques Martineau

Dir: Alexandra-Therese Keining

Starring: Russell Tovey, Arinzé Kene

France 2016 97m

Finland/Sweden 2015 104m

Starring: Geoffrey Couët, François Nambot

Starring: Mandus Berg, Adam Dahlgren

Opening on a hard core scene in an underground Paris sex club, Theo and Hugo begins as a real-time narrative of sex and lust, before a dramatic tonal change turns into a tale of blossoming love on the streets of Paris. Both men find themselves forced to question their ideas about love, desire and personal responsibility, when an unexpected post-sexual realisation brings them to hysteria.

Kim, Momo and Bella are continuously bullied at school for not behaving “like girls should”. When they discover a plant that allows them to transform into boys, everything changes. But soon the three friends are faced with unexpected questions about themselves and their friendship. This stylish fantasy film makes sexual identity and gender-confusion dilemmas accessible.

Jason, an ambitious 19-year-old football player, shares a room with teammate Ade on the night before their first international match. There’s laddish banter, jokes, high jinks and then, out of nowhere, a kiss. It’s a moment that changes everything. With pitch-perfect performances, The Pass explores the price of success in a sport where image is everything. Bath Film Festival

SAT 4, 10.30AM – 2.30PM

FOCUS ON LAURENT CANTET AND THE CLASS A special educational event delivered by Martin O’Shaughnessy from Nottingham Trent University which is designed for students but which will also appeal to anyone with an interest in French cinema and culture. A screening of The Class will be preceded by an introduction to Cantet and the contemporary French social context to which he is responding including a close analysis of two key scenes from the film. There will be a Q&A after the screening.

Normal ticket prices apply Groups of students: £3.50 each & teachers free GIRLS LOST

TUE 14, 5.45PM

TUE 21, 6PM

THE BEST OF THE 2016 KENDAL MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL (CERT TBC) RT TBC

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN (U) 103m

Dir: Josh Appignanesi UK 2014 75m

Every autumn, Kendal, on the edge of the Lake District, hosts the most prestigious Mountain Film Festival in the UK, attracting film premieres from around the world. This special programme features a selection of the very best films from the 2016 festival held in November. Tickets: £12/£10 memb+conc

Starring: Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds

London-based fiction director Josh Appignanesi turns the camera on himself and his wife, Devorah, as they undergo the ordeal of becoming parents. Faced with fatherhood, Josh spirals comically into an envious career funk. Their relationship is tested to the brink as they confront birth, death, love and loss all at once. An entertaining and moving documentary about becoming a parent… and how to reconceive yourself. UK Jewish Film Festival Director Josh Appignanesi will attend a post-screening Q&A with Al Clark from Wellington Films.

Dirs: Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly US 1952

To celebrate Valentine���s Day and commemorate Debbie Reynolds’ incredible talent, come rediscover one of the finest musicals of all time. Set in 1920s Hollywood as stars of the silent era struggle to transition to sound, Singin’ in the Rain is as funny as its songs are catchy. Be charmed and transported by Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds blooming on-screen romance in this vibrant and dazzling masterpiece.

TUE 14

VALENTINE’S DAY There’ll be half-price Prosecco on sale in the bar tonight.

THE NEW MAN (15) + Q&A

“Lovely, personal and abjectly honest… Very funny and poignant.” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

EXHIBITION ON SCREEN MON 27, 6PM

I, CLAUDE MONET (12A) 90m From award-winning director Phil Grabsky comes this new look at arguably the world’s favourite artist – through his own words. Based on over 2500 letters, I, Claude Monet reveals new insight into the man who not only painted the picture that gave birth to impressionism but who was perhaps the most influential and successful painter of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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

SAINT JOAN (12A) 240m AMADEUS (12A) 210m Lucian Msamati plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast live from the National Theatre, and with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia.

SUN 5, 2PM

Josie Rourke directs Gemma Arterton as Joan of Arc in this electrifying production, broadcast live from the Donmar Warehouse. Tickets: £14 full / £12 memb+conc

RUSALKA (DVORÁK) Kristine Opolais stars in a new production of the opera that first won her international acclaim, Dvorák’s fairy-tale opera about the tragic water nymph Rusalka. Live Tickets: £20 full / £17 conc / £15 memb Encore Tickets: £18 full / £15 conc / £13 memb

FREEHELD (12A) 101m When New Jersey police officer Laurel Hester is diagnosed with stage-4 cancer, she requests that her pension be transferred to her life partner, Stacie. But her request is denied and the couple embarks on a legal battle to have the policy revised before times run out.

MEMBERS GET

20%OFF

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

FOOD!

FOOD SERVICE UNTIL 9PM

Ask at box office for details. FREE

FRI 17, FROM 8PM

Celebrating LGBT History Month, Nottingham City Council in Partnership with Nottingham City Homes will be hosting this special screening!

MOONLIGHT OPENING NIGHT

LAKESIDEARTS.ORG.UK | 0115 846 7777

TUE 14, FROM 5PM

@LakesideArts

VALENTINE’S DAY Enjoy half-price on our bottles of Prosecco with your loved one tonight, whether you’re here for a drink, a meal or a film.

FRI 10, 6PM – 9PM

LIGHT NIGHT with Explorers Fair

Discover interactive projections and playful installations as a taster of what to expect at the first ever Explorers Fair, Broadway’s celebration of arts, play, science and technology. Explorers Fair opens to the public on SAT 11. Find out more at www.explorersfair.com

"Very, very moving and revealing.. told with great honesty and love" Mark Kermode, BBC5 Wittertainment, Top 5 Pick

DRAMA DANCE COMEDY SPOKEN WORD THEATRE FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIES AT NOTTINGHAM LAKESIDE ARTS

Chilled lounge session from 8pm / Volume turned up 10pm till late.

(CERT TBC) 245m

QUIZZES

10.30AM – 11.30AM: Introduction 11.30AM: Screening The Class (127m) 2PM-2.30PM: Post-screening discussion 2.30PM Ends

SUN 5, 8PM

EVENT

THE PASS (15)

ONE DAY COURSE

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

To celebrate LGBT history month and the opening night of Moonlight, PRINCe the Goodtimes DJ will be mixing an eclectic blend of Lounge, Nu-disco, Soulful House and classic US Garage harking back to a Golden era of Stateside dance music.

SAT 25, 5.55PM LIVE SUN 26, 12NOON ENCORE

FOOD & DRINK

GIRLS LOST (15)

DESIGN: WWW.TOMPARTRIDGE.CO.UK

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

SUN 26, 8.45PM

THEO AND HUGO (18)

“There are still too few films out there willing to bring sex and love together in this kind of honesty. Theo and Hugo is a rare treat.” Eye For Film

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

SUN 19, 1PM

AMADEUS

SUN 12, 8PM

THU 16, 7PM

12

TUE 7, FROM 8.45PM

TUE 28, FROM 8.45PM

1UP VIDEOGAME QUIZ

FILM QUIZ

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

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

JOIN US AS A BROADWAY MEMBER AND RECEIVE... 2 free tickets on sign-up Our monthly brochure delivered to your home 20% off food in our cafebar at all times Discounts on cinema tickets, event cinema, courses and room hire throughout the year Weekly email updates including members offers and events PRICE £27 / JOINT MEMBERSHIP £50 Ask at our box office or visit www.broadway.org.uk/membership

HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE


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