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Welcome to our guide to all that’s happening during January. We’ve decided to return to our tried and trusted monthly brochure that features our whole programme of events — as always we’d love to know what you think. We hope that lots of you were able to join us for our fab New Year’s Eve party, which boasted a fantastic line up. After the party and a very busy festive period, we’ll be closed from Wednesday 1 — Friday 3 of January for a deep clean — and opening as normal (but sparkling clean) from Saturday 4 January. If, like us you’re looking to make some savings after an indulgent Christmas, turn to page 11 to find out how you can get some great discounts and benefits by becoming a Chapter Friend. Thanks for reading and Happy New Year!
Andy Eagle, Director
In the next few months we’re spreading our international reach as I head off to Serbia. I’m one of six senior arts professionals — and the only Welsh delegate — to be chosen by the British Council to take part in the ‘Canny Creatives’ scheme. The scheme aims to bring current UK cultural thinking and practice to long-term arts programme development in Kazakhstan, Serbia and the Western Balkans, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Turkey. I’ll be working with local teams in Serbia and the Western Balkans to create lasting relationships between the British Council and its cultural partners in the host countries. Back at Chapter we’re really looking forward to exploring the many possibilities that this might hold for the programme and for long-term cultural exchange between Wales and the countries involved. Watch this space for a distinctly Balkan twist in the coming months!
New Year Opening Times: Wed 1 — Fri 3 Jan: Chapter Closed From Sat 4 Jan: Business as usual
Cover image: The First Time Machine. Image: Roy Campbell-Moore
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3AM: wonder, paranoia and the restless night Until Sun 2 March
Francis Alÿs, Tonico Lemos Auad, Jordan Baseman, Sandra Cinto, Dorothy Cross, Dornith Doherty, Anthony Goicolea, Marc Hulson, Rachel Kneebone, Nathan Mabry, Michael Palm & Willi Dorner, Hirsch Perlman, Ed Pien, Lucy Reynolds, Sophy Rickett, Paul Rooney, Anj Smith, Fred Tomaselli, Danny Treacy, Bettina von Zwehl and Tom Wood.
Clockwise from top left: Nathan Mabry, Process Art (Eat Your Heart Out…), 2007. Bronze, marble and wood, 213.36 x 91.44 x 60.96 cms. Private collection. Photo: Robert Wedemeyer; Tom Wood, Leg Over, 1985, from Looking for Love series, 1983-86. C-type, 47.5 x 62 cms (frame size); Rachel Kneebone, At the edge of dawn and darkness, 2009. Porcelain. Height: 57.2 x 51 cms. Courtesy Rachel Kneebone/White Cube. Photo: Stephen White; Bettina von Zwehl, Untitled I no 3, 1998. C-type print, 50.8 x 40.6 cms. Courtesy the artist and Purdy Hicks Gallery; Danny Treacy, Them #15, 2005. Lambda digital C print mounted on aluminium, 215 x 180 cms. Courtesy the artist.
It is 3am, the hour of the wolf, and you are awake. Will the night carry you into the unknown? Will you be engulfed by your imaginings? Will darkness overcome you? This exhibition probes 3am as a state of mind. 3am is infinity, freedom and adventure, and a between-state. It is the hour of the desperate and lonely, the criminal hour, the hour when ghosts and monsters are on the move and nature’s hour, when animals are on the prowl. The twenty-two artists in this exhibition venture into the far reaches of the night — to the time when we are at our most adventurous and also at our most vulnerable. Their artworks explore the exhilarations and also the distortions of the night.
3am: wonder, paranoia and the restless night is a Bluecoat exhibition curated by Angela Kingston. After Chapter, it will tour to The Exchange, Penzance 17 May to 13 July 2014, and Ferens Art Gallery, Hull 20 September to 14 December 2014. A 3am anthology, with illustrations of the artworks and writings about the night, is published by Liverpool University Press and is available from our Box Office for £15.
Exhibition open: Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday 12-6pm; Thursday & Friday 12-8pm; closed Monday
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ART IN THE BAR Stanley Donwood: Hollywood Dooom Until Sun 2 Mar Stanley Donwood is mischievous. He likes to play with perception and reality in real life as much as he does in his artwork. He casts a chink of light you think brings clarity yet you look closer only to find it’s artificial and of source unknown. You spin yourself into an interpretive web of your own making and find yourself lost. Real is not real. Statements and commentary and comments contradict. Donwood is solid, but ungraspable. If there is any message from Donwood, it is that meaning and perception are complex. Perspectives shift. Context distorts. His Lost Angeles body of work is a series of Doomsday-depicting linocuts including Hollywood Dooom, a monster panorama. Originally carved into eighteen separate panels of linoleum then hand burnished onto Japanese Kozo paper, the work sees the City of Angels being dismantled, ripped apart in ways impossible to misinterpret.
But Lost Angeles is not a one-dimensional chastisement of modern materialistic culture. Look deeper into the work and you’ll find more references, more elements, more shades of meaning and context. Look into any work from Donwood and you will see how complex a seemingly simple image can be. You see, just as Donwood’s life is a jigsaw of scraps of information and half-truths, his work, too, is always a jigsaw of influence and meaning and perception. Even when he seems to be helping you form an opinion, as with Lost Angeles, he is really only guiding you to certain pieces of the puzzle. The rest, you have to work out for yourself. Jon Severs Jon Severs is a writer and freelance journalist This text is an edited version of an essay commissioned by and available from Chapter.
Stanley Donwood, Hollywood Dooom, 2013
Biography Stanley Donwood was born 1968 in Essex and now lives and works in Bath. Donwood gained recognition in 1994 when he began designing album art for the Grammy-award winning band, Radiohead. His work has since been used for 15 singles, 9 EPs and various studio albums including The Bends, Kid A, OK Computer, and Hail to the Thief. In addition to his work with Radiohead, Donwood has exhibited across Europe, Asia and the US. Recent Exhibitions include; ‘Far Away is Close at Hand in Images of Elsewhere’, The Outsiders, London; ‘The Drawing Room’, Atoms For Peace Pop Up, The Enterprise, London (2013) ‘Lost Angeles’ Subliminal Projects, Los Angeles, USA (2012); ‘Minotaur’ Old Vic Tunnels, London, UK, (2011) ‘RED MAZE’ Schunck, Heerlen, Holland (2010); ‘Palimpsest’ Mondo Bizzarro Gallery, Rome, Italy, ‘OVER NORMAL’, Fifty24SF Gallery, San Francisco, USA (all 2010); ‘I LOVE THE MODERN WORLD’ Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo (2008)
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Andy Fung, Tech Waves, 2013
Lightbox Andy Fung: Tech Waves Until Mon 31 Mar Andy Fung has a unique pictorial style in which the principles of surrealism are injected with a healthy dose of pop culture. Liberated and playful, his intriguing graphic utopias appear on canvases but are also often given to popping up unexpectedly as paintings directly on the wall. Like graffiti, they resist commodification and last only until painted over. The sphere from which the imagery is drawn is harder to identify. Real graffiti itself, science fiction illustration, fantasy art, cartoons, graphic design associated with music and club culture, as well as the genuinely organic in the natural world, are all filtered through the artist’s unconscious. His work at times feels intensely futuristic, a kind of art that might be imagined for an intelligent, sci-fi film, set in a future where the connection with the past has been ruptured or is only dimly remembered. For Chapter, Andy has created a site-specific work — a mass of meticulously rendered shapes and forms that emerge like psychedelic waves from a black hole.
Andy completed a BA at Falmouth School of Art and Design and an MA at UWIC, Cardiff where he now lives and works. Recent projects include ‘Piano Customisation’, Marburae Gallery, Macclesfield, ‘Chasing the Line’, Mello Mello, Liverpool (both 2013); ‘Welsh Artist of the Year’, St Davids Hall, Cardiff (2012) and a site-specific commission at the Boiler House, Cardiff (2011). He had a solo exhibition at UNI.ART Gallery, Gothenburg, Sweden in November 2013 and is working with DEBUT Contemporary, London, UK. Alongside his art practice Andy is a member of No Thee No Ess whose album ‘Spring Dawn Glow’ was released last year, and his solo project Cymbient’s third album ‘I Saw Energy’ (Folkwit Records) was released in March 2013. www.andyfung.co.uk
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OFF THE PAGE with Siân Robinson Davies. Photo: Warren Orchard
Talk at 2 Sat 11 Jan 2pm Talk at 2 is an informal guided tour that takes place every other Saturday at 2pm. For this exhibition the first talk will take place on 11 January. Admission is free and no booking is necessary. Come to the gallery entrance just before 2pm.
OFF THE PAGE Thu 23 Jan 6pm Making connections between, writing, publishing and performance, OFF THE PAGE explores the stranger margins of the visual arts. It has a loose, informal, DIY style to allow artists to try things out and take risks. For this event we will be joined by artists Freya Dooley and Becca Thomas who will each introduce their work using unique and personal methods of presentation. OFF THE PAGE is curated by Samuel Hasler, an artist based in Cardiff who works with text and performance. £3
Coming Soon Tooth & Clawr Tue 11 Feb 7pm Taking the 3am exhibition as a starting point, Tooth & Clawr, hosted by Arnolfini’s Phil Owen and Chapter’s Catherine Angle, will use selected texts to tease out a lively discussion around the themes and works in the exhibition. £3 (please book in advance)
Richard Higlett Gallery Invigilator Chapter Gallery’s Talks at 2 are on every other Saturday during exhibitions. An informal walk and talk, it’s an opportunity to discover more about the current exhibition and the artist’s unique approach to making art. No two talks are the same, while we hope they are always insightful and open. After the talk we invite you to continue discussing the show over a coffee and it can be a great way to make new friends. See Chapter Gallery’s Facebook page for future dates and other gallery events.
Become one of Chapter’s Friends and enjoy a variety of benefits ranging from discounts on tickets and in our caffi bar, to invitations to special events such as gallery previews and film premieres. Every year our Friends contribute a remarkable £20,000 through subscription income. This all helps us to bring the best international artists to Cardiff, support and nurture our home-grown talent and offer an extensive education programme working with over 600 young people every year. Our tiered Friends scheme means you can choose the level that is right for you and enjoy more of what you love at Chapter. Your Friends card will also double as a CL1C card — this is Chapter’s loyalty scheme: You will receive 10 points for every £1 you spend at box office. Every point is worth 1p towards a ticket for any event at Chapter.
Here’s everything you’ll get:
£25 Single, £35 Joint, £20 Concession, £30 Joint Concession Concessionary prices on all Theatre and Cinema tickets Friends card preloaded with 300 CL1C points 2 week advance booking period on selected events Exclusive members newsletter** Monthly Chapter magazine** Access to Friends only area on website Invitations to special events
£35 Single, £45 Joint, £30 Concession, £40 Joint Concession All Bronze benefits, plus…. 10% off food and drink in our Caffi Bar Option to pre-order interval drinks for Theatre shows Friends card preloaded with 450 CL1C points
*Liability of members of Chapter Cardiff Ltd is limited to £1. Gold level is a subscription membership while Silver and Bronze levels are non-voting memberships. Complimentary Annual Report available on request from gold members. **Newsletter, magazine and annual reports will be sent out electronically unless a hard copy is requested.
£45 Single, £55 Joint, £40 Concession, £50 Joint Concession All Bronze benefits, plus… 15% off food and drink in our Caffi Bar 10% off our limited-edition artists’ prints and exhibition catalogues Friends card pre-loaded with 600 CL1C points Option to pre-order interval drinks for Theatre shows Invitation to Chapter’s AGM* and a complimentary copy of our annual report**
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â€œAn original voice with a stark, uncompromising visionâ€? Writing About Dance Hide
The First Time Machine
The Treays Brothers and Run Ragged Productions present
The First Time Machine Tue 21 — Wed 22 Jan 7pm Step right up, step right up! Before Dr Who and the Tardis, before Back to The Future there was Anacronopete — The First Time Machine. Brothers Treays welcome you aboard their craft for the voyage of a lifetime taking you on a mesmerising journey into the past. Featuring deeds of derring-do and dangerous man-eating bears in a dance through time that promises to entertain and enlighten. A feast of live music, theatre and dance. Bring all the family on a voyage of extraordinary discovery… Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls hold on to your seats! £7.50/Family ticket £25 (4 tickets) Suitable for ages 5+
Deborah Light presents
Fri 24 — Sat 25 Jan 8pm Hide¹: vb. to keep out of sight; conceal from view. n. a shelter for watching wildlife. Hide²: n. the skin of an animal Following a sell out success in Feb 2013 and on its way to British Dance Edition 2014, HIDE returns to Chapter. Deborah Light, one of Wales’ most distinctive choreographers, brings together a cast of three outstanding female performers, Jo Fong (Rosas, DV8), Eddie Ladd (Volcano, Brith Gof) and Rosalind Hâf Brooks (Earthfall). These remarkable women reveal and re-invent themselves, blurring the boundaries between autobiography and fiction to create a bold and intimate performance. HIDE combines physical languages, that range from the subtle to the extreme, with visual imagery, spoken word, and an original sound score. They form, transform and reform. We watch. Are they showing themselves? Do we see them? HIDE delves under the skin of its creators, performers and audiences. In doing so it deals with notions of (dis)appearance and (in)visibility and interrogates the multiplicity of human nature. Supported by Arts Council Wales. £12/£10 deborahlight.com
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Theatr 1.618 present
Run Amok Theatre Company
Wed 29 Jan — Sat 1 Feb 8pm Please note this is a Welsh language production.
Thu 30 — Fri 31 Jan 7.30pm
Priodferch Utah ‘Bob nos dw i’n breuddwydio fy mod i’n rhedeg, dw i’n rhedeg am fy mod i ar goll.’ Alice is 16. Alice lives in a little village where nothing ever happens. Her mother Rebecca had her when she was 45. A surprise? A gift? Perhaps an embarrassment? One day a Mormon Missionary knocks on their door and Alice invites him in. She defies her Welsh Methodist upbringing and runs away to live the American dream and marry her Mormon. Four years later she arrives home in the dead of night to the wrath of her Welsh matriarchal mother. A night vigil ensues where revelations, confessions and healing takes place between a mother and daughter divided by religion, men and anger. Often the worse war is the one at home, fought between knife and fork, table and chair. This play explores ‘Where is home?’, ‘The meaning of family’ and ‘Is the grass greener on the other side?’ The first full length play for 1.618, ‘Priodferch Utah’ was first presented in 2011 and toured in 2012. By: Carmen Medway-Stephens Starring: Sharon Morgan Translated by Sharon Morgan ‘Priodferch Utah’ is supported by Arts Council Wales & Sherman Cymru Literary Dept. £12/£10/£8
A fresh and radical re-telling of Sarah Kane’s contemporary classic, presented by Aberystwyth Arts Centre associated company, Run Amok. Performed by Aberystwyth graduate Rhodri Brady, the company use Kane’s text as an arc to explore our relationship with social media and networking sites in relation to mental health issues in the 21st Century. £8/£6
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Cardiff Storytelling Circle
Sun 5 Jan 8pm
19 Jan 9pm
Share and listen to a lovely collection of stories — all storytellers and listeners welcome!
Our monthly evening of melodic acoustic jazz in the Caffi Bar with the Glen Manby Quartet.
£4 (on the door)
Music Geek Monthly
The Story of Blue in Art : Alexandra Drysdale BA Thu 9 Jan 2pm
Have you ever wondered where blue in medieval illuminated manuscripts comes from, or how the glaziers of Gothic cathedrals made their blue glass? The story of blue takes us to the lapis lazuli mines in Afghanistan, the indigo dyers in Africa, and the studios of Titian and Vermeer.
The Drones Comedy Club Fri 17 Jan 8.30pm Clint Edwards brings you the best from up-and coming stand-ups, as seen on Rob Brydon’s ‘Identity Crisis’. Due to the Festive period, Drones returns on the 17 of Jan, and from then it’ll be back to its usual first and third Friday of the month. £3.50 (on the door)
Thu 30 Jan 8pm One classic and one brand new album are chosen and discussed in Media Point on the last Thursday of the month, with the associated listening event taking place in the plush surroundings of Cinema 2 on a Saturday. FREE www.musicgeekmonthly.tumblr.com
Clonc yn y Cwtch Every Monday 6.30 — 8pm Are you learning Cymraeg? Come and join us for a great chance to practice your Welsh with other learners. Croeso i bawb! FREE In partnership with Menter Caerdydd
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Gothic: Love is a Devil
Double Bill: Black Cat Magic
Emerging from the dark winter solstice, can we see some shadowy figures appear in the frosty light or is it just our imagination? The longing of a lonely soul is a powerful force that is explored in our films this month. Supported by the BFI Film Audience Network www.chapter.org/filmhub
Join us for a chance to see Tourneur’s classic tale of fear of our lusty animal instincts and its’ lesser known chilling sequel, Curse of the Cat People. The sequel was co-directed by Robert Wise who went on to scare us with The Haunting, also shown this month.
L to R: The Haunting, Curse of the Cat People
The Haunting Tue 7 + Wed 8 Jan UK/1963/114mins/12. Dir: Robert Wise. With: Julie Harris, Claire Bloom, Richard Johnson.
One of the most frightening British films, this psychological horror follows Dr Markway and a team of paranormal investigators as they try to prove the existence of ghosts in the eerie mansion, Hill House. Young Luke, who stands to inherit the house is joined by the mysterious and clairvoyant Theodora and the insecure Eleanor, whose psychic abilities make her feel somehow attuned to whatever spirits inhabit the old mansion. Often considered to be more about mental breakdown than ghosts, this has been much copied over the years but never bettered. Join us after the matinee screening on Tue 7 and later screening on Sun 8 Jan for Chapter’s LGBT film discussion group.
Tickets can be bought individually or as a double bill of £10/£8 concessions, £6/£5 for the matinee.
Cat People Sun 12 + Tue 14 Jan USA/1942/73mins/PG. Dir: Jacques Tourneur. With: Simone Simon, Tom Conway, Kent Smith.
American Oliver Reed marries Irena, a beautiful and mysterious Serbian immigrant who fears that she will turn into the murderous giant cat of her homeland’s fables if she becomes sexually aroused in this “super-sensational” exploration of sexuality and superstition.
Curse of the Cat People Sun 12 + Tue 14 Jan USA/1944/67mins/U. Dir: Gunther von Fritsch, Robert Wise. With: Simone Simon, Kent Smith.
Amy, the young daughter of Oliver and Alice Reed is a lonely and imaginative child who has trouble differentiating fantasy from reality. Her father starts to worry when she makes an imaginary friend; his dead first wife Irena.
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Darkened Rooms AT The Angel Hotel
Sat 18 — Tue 21 Jan
As our BFI Gothic season continues, Darkened Rooms returns to the site of one of our most popular screenings to date. Join us to experience a special presentation of a horror classic in a uniquely atmospheric location in the centre of Cardiff. All tickets must be purchased in advance from the Chapter box office. Look at for more details on our website.
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UK/1940/84mins/PG. Dir: Thorold Dickinson. With: Anton Walbrook, Diana Wynyard.
Twenty years after the murder of Alice Barlow by an unknown man, her house is finally occupied once again by a couple of newly-weds. The husband has a secret that he will do anything to keep hidden, whilst his wife, Bella starts to wonder if she is imagining things. Remaining more faithful to Patrick Hamilton’s original play than the better-known 1944 adaptation, the play gave rise to the term ‘gaslighting’ which is a form of mental abuse to make the victim doubt their own sanity. + SciSCREEN, Sat 18 Jan cardiffsciscreen.blogspot.co.uk
Rebecca Sun 26 + Tue 28 Jan USA/1940/130mins/PG. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock. With: Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders.
Bringing the Daphne Du Maurier novel to the screen, this much loved film tells of a naïve ladies’ companion who falls in love with the wealthy but haunted Maxim de Winter. Married, they return to Manderley, his large country estate in Cornwall, but Max is still troubled by the death of his first wife, Rebecca the year before. Clashing with the housekeeper, Mrs Danvers, the new Mrs De Winter discovers that Rebecca still has a strange hold on everyone at Manderley.
Fri 17 Jan Doors: 7:30pm Feature: 8pm
£10 / £8 www.darkenedrooms.com
An Introduction to Horror Film Monday nights, 13 Jan - 10 Feb 7-9pm Join film-maker and horror fan Ben Ewart-Dean for a five-week exploration of the themes and techniques that make up the horror film. Each week will focus on a different theme, ranging from the early years of horror, via the British folk horror of the 1970s and the American horror cycles of the 1980s, all the way up to the present day. The sessions will be made up of a combination of informal lectures and discussion, along with a selection of clips from some of the classics and lesser-known gems of the genre. By the end of the course, you will have explored some of the hidden nooks and crannies of one of the most fascinating and wide-ranging areas of film. Course fees are £55.00 /£45.00 concessions, and course members will receive reduced price tickets to any films in the BFI’s Gothic season. Please see our website for more details www.chapter.org, and contact our box office for tickets.
Saving Mr Banks
Bad Film Club Double Impact
L to R: Saving Mr Banks, Blue Jasmine
Fri 20 Dec — Thu 9 Jan USA/2013/125mins/PG. Dir: John Lee Hancock. With: Emma Thompson, Tom Hanks, Paul Giamatti.
When Walt Disney promises to make a movie of his children’s favourite book, he must convince the author, P.L. Travers that her much cherished book, Mary Poppins will be in safe hands. Uncompromising and curmudgeonly, the author is adamant that her story is not made into cheap ‘Hollywood’ fayre and it is only when Disney reaches into his own childhood that he discovers the truth about the ghosts that haunt her, and together they set Mary Poppins free.
Blue Jasmine Fri 27 Dec — Thu 9 Jan USA/2013/98mins/12A. Dir: Woody Allen. With: Alec Baldwin, Cate Blanchett, Sally Hawkins, Louis C K.
After her life falls to pieces, including her marriage to wealthy businessman Hal, elegant New York socialite Jasmine moves into her sister Ginger’s modest apartment in San Francisco to try to pull herself back together again. With Blanchett clearly having fun as a neurotic and flinty, Xanax-popping Jasmine, Allen’s latest offering embraces the humour in the tragedy and has been receiving widespread critical acclaim.
Sun 5 Jan USA/1991/110mins/18. Dir: Sheldon Lettich. With: Jean Claude Van Damme.
A new year and a new film from The Bad Film Club. And what better way to celebrate 2014 then with DOUBLE Jean Claude Van Damme playing a good and evil twin in the 1991 movie Double Impact? Alex and Chad are twins separated when their parents die. One is raised in Paris, the other is a petty crook in Hong Kong, both are convinced that the evil nemesis in Hong Kong is the man who killed their parents. Double the bad acting, double the kick ass moves and double the bad film fun. Note: This movie contain a live running commentary throughout.
Chapter Moviemaker Mon 6 Jan A regular showcase for short films by independent filmmakers. Occasionally films with adult content will be shown, therefore Chapter Moviemaker is advised 18. FREE (See details of our junior Moviemaker for budding young film makers on page 24.)
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Sat 4 — Thu 16 Jan
Sat 4 — Thu 9 Jan
USA/2013/115mins/15. Dir: Alexander Payne. With: Bob Odenkirk, Bruce Dern, Will Forte, June Squibb.
USA/2013/91mins/12A. Dir: Alfonso Cuaron. With: George Clooney, Sandra Bullock.
An aging, booze-addled father makes the trip from Montana to Nebraska with his estranged son in order to claim a million dollar Mega Sweepstakes Marketing prize. Along the way, the two meet up with friends, relatives and acquaintances to whom the father owes money. This crisp black and white film from the director of Sideways and The Descendants is a critically acclaimed bittersweet elegy for the American extended family.
After debris destroys their space shuttle, two astronauts desperately try to return to Earth in this gripping and visually stunning imagining of how terrifying and at times beautiful it must be to be adrift in space. Cuaron (Children of Men, Y Tu Mamá También, plus a Harry Potter), brings a deep sense of humanity to this overwhelmingly physical experience.
From top: Nebraska, Gravity (2D)
+ Audio description Mon 13 Jan
“Throughout, Payne gently infuses the film’s comic tone with strains of longing and regret, always careful to avoid the maudlin or cheaply sentimental.” Variety
“Gravity is out of this world. Words can do little to convey the visual astonishment this space opera creates.” LA Times
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Reel To Reel
The Railway Man
Fri 10 — Thu 16 Jan
Fri 10 — Thu 23 Jan
USA/2013/87mins/12A. Dir: Véréna Paravel, Lucien CastaingTaylor.
UK/2013/116mins/15. Dir: Jonathan Teplitzky. With: Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgard, Nicole Kidman.
Leviathan is a thrilling, immersive documentary that takes you deep inside the dangerous world of commercial fishing. Set aboard a hulking fishing vessel as it navigates the treacherous waves off the New England coast, the very waters that once inspired Moby Dick, the film captures the harsh, unforgiving world of the fishermen, in haunting, yet beautiful detail. Employing an arsenal of cameras that pass freely from film crew to ship crew and swoop from below sea level to astonishing bird’s-eye views, Leviathan is unlike anything you have ever seen; a purely visceral, cinematic experience.
Haunted by the unspeakable horrors he experienced while captive in Burma working on the “Death Railway”, Eric Lomax was a railway enthusiast captured by the Japanese army during 1942. The Railway Man follows his heart-warming courtship and marriage to the newly divorced Patti and the impact of his growing post-traumatic stress on his new marriage. His only choice is to face his fears and set out to find those responsible for his torture. + Audio description and soft subtitles Mon 20 Jan
All is Lost Fri 10 — Thu 23 Jan USA/2013/106mins/12A. Dir: J C Chandor. With: Robert Redford.
Deep into a solo voyage in the Indian Ocean, an unnamed man wakes to find his 39 foot yacht taking on water after a collision with a shipping container left floating on the high seas. With his navigation equipment and radio disabled, the man sails unknowingly into the path of a violent storm.
“An expertly paced thriller that never misses a note.” Chicago Sun Times
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Long Way From Home
Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom
From L to R: Long Way From Home, Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom
Fri 17 — Thu 23 Jan UK/2013/80mins/12A. Dir: Virginia Gilbert. With: Edward Fox, Brenda Fricker, Natalie Dormer, Paul Nicholls.
Sunny, tourist-thronged Nîmes is a home from home for an expat couple, where English newspapers and Radio 4 sit alongside the culinary delights of their local bistro. It’s the sort of retirement many would dream of, yet beneath the superficial calm, mortality’s shadow is looming large, and a chance encounter with passing thirtysomething holidaymakers soon upsets the precarious balance in this seasoned relationship.
“What seems at first an almost mundane affair, eventually becomes a devastating, unsentimental portrait of the quiet desperation insidiously contaminating even this Provencal paradise.” Time Out
Y Syrcas (The Circus) Mon 13 — Wed 15 Jan Wales/2013/92mins/subtitles/ctba. Dir: Kevin Allen. With: Saran Morgan, Damola Adelaja, Aneirin Hughes.
When a Victorian travelling circus visits Tregaron in Ceredigion, they offer much more then entertainment for Sara, a young girl who is trapped by her grieving father’s strict rules and religion in a village seeped in superstition. Director Kevin Allen (Twin Town) tells this heart-warming and often funny tale about the town’s relationship with the troupe and Jwmbi, an elephant who died and was reputedly laid to rest behind the town’s Talbot Hotel in 1848.
Fri 17 — Thu 30 Jan UK-South Africa/2013/152mins/12A. Dir: Justin Chadwick. With: Idris Alba, Naomie Harris.
Based on Mandela’s autobiography, this is a sensitive investigation into the early life of the anti-apartheid revolutionary. The film chronicles the journey from his childhood in a rural village amid the Xhosa. It explores his education and radicalisation into an outspoken young lawyer leading to his 27 year prison term, through to his inauguration as the first democratically elected president of South Africa. With his touching and often tempestuous romance with controversial second wife Winnie at the heart of the story, Elba’s commanding performance takes us from an energetic young radical to the conciliatory elder statesman we know today.
Art + Film
Fill the Void
From L to R: 12 Years a Slave, Fill the Void
12 Years a Slave Fri 24 Jan — Thu 6 Feb USA/2013/134mins/15. Dir: Steve McQueen. With: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, Paul Giamatti, Paul Dano.
Based on the true story, published in 1853, of Solomon Northup, a free born black man living in upstate New York in pre-Civil War United States. Living a gracious life with his wife and children as a violinist, he is abducted through treachery and sold into slavery on a plantation in Louisiana, having to hide his free man mentality from the brutality of his slave owners. + Join us for Come Along Do, our regular Art and Film post-screening discussion with Gill Nicol on Tue 28 Jan at 6pm. Tickets are £2.50 (film tickets must also be purchased) and are available through our box office and online.
“A document that is raw, eloquent, horrifying and essential.” Time
Fri 24 — Wed 29 Jan Israel/2013/90mins/subtitles/U. Dir: Rama Burshtein. With: Chayim Sharir, Hadas Yaron.
Shira, a devout 18-year-old Israeli is pressured to marry the husband of her late sister and take on her new-born son. Declaring her independence is not an option in Tel Aviv’s ultra-Orthodox Hasidic community, where religious law and the rabbi’s word are absolute. In her remarkable debut, arguably the first feature from an Orthodox Israeli woman, Burshtein tells this story of family loyalty, religious duty and selfish desires with wry humour and an unfailing sensitivity.
“Ms. Burshtein illuminates Shira’s world from within and seems to offer direct access to her soul.” New York Times
NT Live: Coriolanus Thu 30 Jan + Encore Matinee Screening: Tue 4 Feb Dir: Josie Rourke. With: Tom Hiddleston, Mark Gatiss.
Tom Hiddleston plays one of Shakepeare’s most intriguing characters — the banished Roman general who has to team up with a sworn enemy to take his revenge — in this hotly anticipated version of the play.
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August: Osage County
Fri 31 Jan — Thu 13 Feb
Fri 31 Jan — Thu 13 Feb
USA/2013/130mins/PG. Dir: John Wells. With: Meryl Streep, Chris Cooper, Julia Roberts, Benedict Cumberbatch.
USA/2013/129mins/12A. Dir: David O Russell. With: Bradley Cooper, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence.
The strong-willed women of the Weston family, whose lives have diverged, are brought together by a family crisis that brings them back to the Midwest house they grew up in, and to the dysfunctional woman who raised them. The dark secrets of the family come to the surface after their alcoholic patriarch goes missing.
Set in the alluring world of one of the most stunning scandals to rock America. Irving Rosenfeld is forced to work for a wild FBI agent, Richie DiMaso and is pushed into a world of Jersey powerbrokers and mafia that is as dangerous as it is enchanting. Caught between the con-artists and the Feds is Carmine Polito, the passionate volatile New Jersey political operator. But is Irving’s unpredictable wife the one to pull the thread that brings their entire world crashing down?
Clockwise from top left: August: Osage County, American Hustle, The Missing Picture
The WOW Women’s Film Club These much loved women-only screenings return to Chapter. For more details, please contact the Film Club Coordinator, Rabab Ghazoul, on 07759 933311 or email email@example.com. Ticket price £3.50, concessions apply.
The Missing Picture Fri 31 Jan — Mon 3 Feb Cambodia/2013/90mins/subtitles/12A. Dir: Rithy Panh.
“For many years, I have been looking for the missing picture: a photograph taken between 1975 and 1979 by the Khmer Rouge when they ruled over Cambodia... On its own, of course, an image cannot prove mass murder.” Director Panh’s autobiographical and eerily beautiful film won the Un Certain Regard prize at Cannes. This startlingly original work uses handmade clay figurines and detailed dioramas to recount the ravages that Pol Pot’s regime visited upon the people of Cambodia following the communist victory in 1975.
A selection of fabulous, family-friendly films every Saturday at 11am and 3pm. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Please contact us for details of our Supportive Environment Screenings for families.
Carry on Screaming!
The Moon Man
Every Friday at 11am, Carry on Screaming allows parents or carers to see a film without having to worry about their baby causing a disturbance. Check out the calendar for details of these special screenings, exclusively for people with babies under one year old.
Sat 25 — Sun 26 Jan
Sponsored by Funky Monkey Feet www.funkymonkeyfeet.co.uk 02920 666688
UK/2013/95mins/U. Dir: Stephen Schesch. With: Katharina Thalbach.
A bored Man in the Moon hitches a ride to Earth on the tails of a passing comet and starts to explore the fantastical creatures and sights of a new planet. But all is not well.
Little Bleeders Junior Moviemaker
Sat 4 — Sun 12 Jan
Sat 25 Jan 1—3pm
USA/2013/108mins/PG. Dir: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee. With: Kristen Bell, Josh Gad.
An opportunity for young people to submit their own short films to watch and discuss with fellow moviemakers.
Fearless optimist Anna teams up with Kristoff in an epic journey, encountering Everest-like conditions, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf in a race to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter.
Turbo (2D) Sat 18 — Sun 19 Jan USA/2013/96mins/U. Dir: David Soren. With: Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti.
A freak accident might just help an everyday garden snail achieve his biggest dream: winning the Indy 500.
Email MovieMaker@chapter.org for details of how to submit your film. FREE
Film in Afan
Introduction to Horror
Young Person’s Film Academy 2014 Starting on Sat 18 Jan (10am—2pm) Chapter will be supporting the Film in Afan Community Cinema programme with an Intergenerational Film Academy. Young people in the Upper Afan Valley aged between 9 and 12 can sign up for this monthly course which will run one Saturday a month from January to July. The only criteria — a passion for learning about how films work, and an adult family member (mother, brother, uncle, cousin…) who would like to learn alongside them. Monthly screenings and workshops will cover everything from the history of cinema to animation, directing to editing, cinematography to scriptwriting. For more information about our bespoke film courses and film learning events contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Animation and Autism Tuesday evenings from 28 Jan 6pm Following our successful autumn Animation course for young people on the autistic spectrum and those with special educational needs, Chapter will be running another 10-week course on Tuesday evenings beginning 28 Jan from 6pm. These 90 minute sessions allow the young people taking part to increase social confidence and to learn and develop new or existing animation skills in a supportive, creative environment. Each session can stand alone or be part of a larger scheme of work, as individual learning programmes can be created by our experienced animation staff. Places are limited each week. To sign up to the sessions contact email@example.com Suitable for ages 14 — 18.
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Turn to page 17 for details of our 5-week course on the themes and techniques of the Horror film, led by film-maker Ben Ewart-Dean. www.chapter.org/learning
Learning events More fantastic learning activities for adults can be seen throughout our cinema programme. Here are some highlights:
Come Along Do - page 23 Lavender Screen - page 17 SciSCREEN - page 18 For details of our Gallery Talks and events please turn to page 9.
Eat Drink Hire
Pop Up Produce
Our new menu features easy to understand dishes, of a great quality, with a real emphasis on flavour. They are international dishes making use of exceptional local produce. As Chapter’s speciality dish we have Head Chef Mark’s take on a classic Welsh lamb cawl. Another dish to look forward to is the wood pigeon with mushroom, pancetta & potato hash — absolutely packed with flavour. For fish lovers we’ll be doing a delicious sea bass with cavolo nero, cannellini beans & courgette cassoulet, as well as Welsh coast mussels with a cream & white wine sauce. The new vegan burger — curried chickpea, coconut and coriander, is a True Taste award winner, whilst for breakfast we’ll be offering a lava bread burger. Dining with the little ones? Parents can order the kids a healthy and tasty carrot, corn, chickpea and mango burger. Greta — at Greta’s Wholefoodies in Cowbridge — is as excited as we are about making her amazing burgers available to our customers. We’ve also teamed up with Tim & Sophie at Riverside Market Garden to source some amazing fresh winter salad leaves and vegetables. We want our customers to have plenty of choice and there’s something on the menu for everyone. At Chapter, the stars will be on the plate for our January 2014 menu and we would like to invite you all to the show!
Every Wednesday 4 — 7pm
L to R: Curried chickpea, coconut and coriander burger, Pop Up Produce
Our regular pop up market features local food producers selling scrumptious artisan foods. Charcutier Ltd. bring the best of British, southern European and North American cured and smoked meats, Sourdough Bakery offers gorgeous artisan bread and for those of you with a sweet tooth, Your Indulgence bring gorgeous cakes, homemade sweets and chocolates.
Hire We have a number of spaces and facilities for hire at Chapter, many of which are booked regularly by an eclectic mix of day and evening classes. Check out our website or pick up a leaflet at the box office to see what’s on offer. And if you’re looking for a room for a party, meeting, conference, video shoot, rehearsal or team building extravaganza, then our great facilities, technical know-how and friendly staff will help you to create a comfortable, distinctive and memorable event. Our café manager is also able to supply a variety of catering options for your event. If you have any hires queries or would like more information, give our hires manager Nicky a ring on 029 2031 1050/58 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Booking / Info
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How to Book/ Info How to Book
By phone call us on 029 2030 4400. We accept all major credit cards. In person our Box Office is open Mon-Sat 10.00am — 8.30pm; Sun 3.00 — 8.30pm. Online: 24/7 booking at www.chapter.org Concessions: The concessionary rate applies to students, over 60s, children, unemployed, disabled people, MAX card, Chapter Friends and Card holders. Proof of concession will be required. Group bookings: Buy 8 tickets and get the 9th free. Please Note • only one discount will be given at any one time • we are happy to take advance bookings but cannot reserve tickets • latecomers may be refused entry We ask all our audience members to refrain from eating and drinking in the cinema auditoria, except for bottles of water.
Associated Companies and Artists Chapter is home to theatre companies, dance companies, animation studios, printmakers, potters, graphic designers, motion designers, composers, filmmakers, magazine publishers, many individual, independent artists and more. Head to www.chapter.org for more details.
Cinema Before 5pm From 5pm Full £4.50 (£4.00) £7.90 (£7.20) Concs £3.50 (£3.00) £5.80 (£5.10) Card + Conc £3.00 (£2.50) £5.00 (£4.50) Bargain Tuesday! All main screening tickets £4.40 Advanced/online prices in brackets. NB: Advanced = any time before the day of the screening.
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Workshops and Classes We host a wide variety of daily workshops and classes run by independent practitioners including ballet, zumba, yoga, martial arts, baby massage, children’s music, pilates, tango, flamenco, creative writing, music lessons and more. Head to www. chapter.org for more details.
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Access for all Chapter welcomes disabled visitors. If you have any specific access requirements or questions please contact our box office on 029 2030 4400, minicom 029 2031 3430.
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Join us online www.chapter.org is the best place to go for more info on everything we do.
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Become one of Chapter’s Friends and enjoy a variety of benefits ranging from discounts on tickets and in our caffi bar to invitations to special events such as gallery previews and film premieres. Also doubles as a CL1C card.
Bronze Friend: £25/£20 Silver Friend: £35/£30 Gold Friend: £45/£40
Chapter gratefully acknowledges the support it receives from the following:
Landfill Community Fund Esmée Fairbairn Foundation EU Culture Programme The Baring Foundation Garfield Weston Foundation Foyle Foundation Biffa Award Colwinston Charitable Trust Admiral Group plc Moondance Foundation Foundation for Sport and the Arts Trusthouse Charitable Foundation Community Foundation in Wales BBC Children in Need The Welsh Broadcasting Trust SEWTA Richer Sounds
The Clothworkers’ Foundation Momentum The Henry Moore Foundation Google Jane Hodge Foundation Simon Gibson Charitable Trust People’s Postcode Trust Dunhill Medical Trust Legal & General Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen e.V Millennium Stadium Charitable Trust The Ernest Cook Trust Lloyds TSB Morgan Signs Garrick Charitable Trust Barclays Arts & Business Cymru
Penderyn The Austin & Hope Pilkington Trust Singapore International Foundation Puma Hotels Collection: Cardiff Angel Hotel Cardiff Airport Wales Arts International Gibbs Charitable Trust Ceredigion Community Scheme The Steel Charitable Trust The Boshier-Hinton Foundation Oakdale Trust Nelmes Design The Coutts Charitable Trust Bruce Wake Charity Funky Monkey Feet
Finnis Scott Foundation Unity Trust Bank Hugh James Contemporary Art Society for Wales The Dot Foundry JVH Gidden & Rees Western Power Distribution Follett Trust Arts & Kids Cymru Canton High School Girl’s Reunion Co-operative Group IKEA Renault Cardiff Embassy of Belgium Queensland Government
Wed 1 Chapter Closed Mer Chapter Ar Gau Thu 2 Chapter Closed Iau Chapter Ar Gau Fri 3 Chapter Closed Gwe Chapter Ar Gau Sat 4 Frozen (2D) (PG) p25 11.00 Gravity (2D) (12A) p20 6.00 Sad Frozen (2D) (PG) p25 2.00 Blue Jasmine (12A) p19 8.00 Saving Mr Banks (PG) p19 5.45 Nebraska (15) p20 8.20 Sun 5 Frozen (2D) (PG) p25 2.00 Gravity (2D) (12A) p20 2.45 Sul BAFTA event 5.00 Saving Mr Banks (PG) p19 5.15 Nebraska (15) p20 8.00 Bad Film Club: Double Impact (18) p19 8.00 Mon 6 Saving Mr Banks (PG) p19 5.45 Chapter Moviemaker (adv 18) p19 6.00 Llun Nebraska (15) p20 8.20 Gravity (2D) (12A) p20 8.30 Tue 7 The Haunting (12) p17 2.30 Gravity (2D) (12A) p20 6.15 Maw Nebraska (15) p20 6.00 Blue Jasmine (12A) p19 8.15 Saving Mr Banks (PG) p19 8.30 Wed 8 Gravity (2D) (12A) p20 2.30 The Haunting (12) p17 6.00 Mer Saving Mr Banks (PG) p19 5.45 Gravity (2D) (12A) p20 8.30 Nebraska (15) p20 8.20 Thu 9 Nebraska (15) p20 6.00 Nebraska (15) p20 2.30 Iau Saving Mr Banks (PG) p19 8.30 Gravity (2D) (12A) p20 6.15 Blue Jasmine (12A) p19 8.15 Fri 10 Carry on Screaming: All is Lost (12A) p21 11.00 Leviathan (12A) p21 6.15 Gwe The Railway Man (15) p21 2.30 All is Lost (12A) p21 8.15 The Railway Man (15) p21 6.00 Nebraska (15) p20 8.30 Sat 11 Frozen (2D) (PG) p25 11.00 All is Lost (12A) p21 3.30 Sad Frozen (2D) (PG) p25 3.00 All is Lost (12A) p21 6.15 Nebraska (15) p20 6.00 Leviathan (12A) p21 8.30 The Railway Man (15) p21 8.30 Sun 12 Y Syrcas (ctba) p22 3.00 Cat People (PG) p17 3.15 Sul The Railway Man (15) p21 5.15 Curse of the Cat People (U) p17 5.00 Nebraska (15) p20 8.00 All is Lost (12A) p21 7.00 Mon 13 Nebraska (15) p20 6.00 All is Lost (12A) p21 6.05 Llun The Railway Man (15) p21 8.30 Y Syrcas (ctba) p22 8.20 Tue 14 Cat People (PG) p17 2.30 Y Syrcas (ctba) p22 6.15 Maw Curse of the Cat People (U) p17 4.00 All is Lost (12A) p21 8.30 The Railway Man (15) p21 6.00 Nebraska (15) p20 8.25 Wed 15 Y Syrcas (ctba) p22 2.30 All is Lost (12A) p21 6.05 Mer Nebraska (15) p20 6.00 Leviathan (12A) p21 8.20 The Railway Man (15) p21 8.30 Thu 16 The Railway Man (15) p21 2.30 Leviathan (12A) p21 6.15 Iau The Railway Man (15) p21 6.00 All is Lost (12A) p21 8.15 Nebraska (15) p20 8.30 Fri 17 Carry on Screaming: Mandela: Long Walk… (12A) p22 11.00 All is Lost (12A) p21 5.50 Gwe Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 2.30 Long Way From Home (12A) p22 8.15 The Railway Man (15) p21 6.00 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 8.25
Cinema 1 Sinema 1 Cinema 2 Sinema 2 Theatre Theatr Gallery Oriel Gallery: 3 AM: wonder, paranoia and the restless night, p4–5 Until Sun 2 Mar Offsite: Darkened Rooms at the Angel Hotel p18 7.30 The Drones Comedy Club p15 8.30
Pop Up Produce p27 4.00-7.00
Clonc yn y Cwtch p15 6.30-8.00 An Introduction to Horror Film p18 7.00-9.00
SWDFAS p15 2.00
Pop Up Produce p27 4.00-7.00
Clonc yn y Cwtch p15 6.30-8.00
Cardiff Storytelling Circle p15 8.00
January / IOnawr
Talk at 2 p10 2.00
Lightbox: Andy Fung: Tech Waves p8–9, Until Mon 3 Mar
Art in the Bar: Stanley Donwood, Hollywood Dooom p6–7 Until Sun 2 Mar
Off The Page p10 6.00
From 5pm O 5pm ymlaen £7.90 (£7.20) £5.80 (£5.10) £5.00 (£4.50) We ask all our audience members to refrain from eating and drinking in the cinema auditoria, except for bottles of water. Advanced/online prices in brackets. AUDIO DESCRIPTION Prisiau ymlaen llaw/ar-lein mewn cromfachau. Soft NB: Advanced = any time before the day of the screening. SubtitleS DS: Ymlaen llaw = unrhyw bryd cyn diwrnod y dangosiad.
Bargain Tuesday! All main screening tickets £4.40 DISGOWNT DYDD MAWRTH Tocynnau’r holl brif ddangosiadau — £4.40
Before 5pm Cyn 5pm £4.50 (£4.00) £3.50 (£3.00) £3.00 (£2.50)
Music Geek Monthly p15 8.00
Pop Up Produce p27 4.00-7.00
Clonc yn y Cwtch p15 6.30-8.00 An Introduction to Horror Film p18 7.00-9.00 Animation and Autism course p26 6.00
Pop Up Produce p27 4.00-7.00
Clonc yn y Cwtch p15 6.30-8.00 An Introduction to Horror Film p18 7.00-9.00
Sunday Jazz p15 9.00
Cinema Sinema Full Llawn Concs Cons Card + Conc/ Cerdyn + Cons
Art in the Bar: Stanley Donwood, Hollywood Dooom p6–7 Until Sun 2 Mar
Sut i archebu tocynnau Dros y ffôn — ffoniwch ni ar 029 2030 4400. Rydym yn derbyn pob un o’r prif gardiau credyd. Galwch heibio — mae ein Swyddfa Docynnau ar agor o ddydd Llun i ddydd Sadwrn o 11am-8.30pm, ac ar y Sul o 3pm — 8.30pm. Ar-lein: Gallwch archebu ar www.chapter.org bob awr o’r dydd a’r nos Consesiynau: Mae cyfraddau disgownt ar gael i fyfyrwyr, pobl dros 60 oed, plant, y di-waith, pobl anabl, deiliaid cerdyn MAX ac i Gyfeillion a deiliaid Cerdyn Chapter. Bydd angen i chi gyflwyno prawf o’ch cymhwyster i dderbyn cyfradd ostyngol. Archebion grŵp: Prynwch 8 tocyn ac fe gewch chi’r 9fed yn RHAD AC AM DDIM. Noder os gwelwch yn dda • dim ond un disgownt y gellir ei ddefnyddio ar unrhyw un adeg • rydym yn hapus i dderbyn archebion ymlaen llaw ond ni allwn gadw tocynnau i’r naill ochr • os cyrhaeddwch chi’n hwyr mae hi’n bosib y cewch chi’ch atal rhag mynychu eich digwyddiad.
Gallery: 3 AM: wonder, paranoia and the restless night, p4–5 Until Sun 2 Mar
How to Book By phone call us on 029 2030 4400. We accept all major credit cards. In person our Box Office is open Mon-Sat 11.00am — 8.30pm; Sun 3.00 — 8.30pm. Online: 24/7 booking at www.chapter.org Concessions: The concessionary rate applies to students, over 60s, children, unemployed, disabled people, MAX card, Chapter Friends and Card holders. Proof of concession will be required. Group bookings: Buy 8 tickets and get the 9th free. Please Note • only one discount will be given at any one time • we are happy to take advance bookings but cannot reserve tickets • latecomers may be refused entry
Sat 18 Turbo (2D) (U) p25 11.00 All is Lost (12A) p21 3.30 Sad Turbo (2D) (U) p25 3.00 Gaslight (PG) p18 5.45 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 5.30 All is Lost (12A) p21 7.45 The Railway Man (15) p21 8.30 Sun 19 Turbo (2D) (U) p25 3.00 The Railway Man (15) p21 2.30 Sul The Railway Man (15) p21 5.15 Gaslight (PG) p18 5.00 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 7.45 All is Lost (12A) p21 7.00 Mon 20 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 5.30 All is Lost (12A) p21 6.10 Llun The Railway Man (15) p21 8.30 Long Way From Home (12A) p22 8.25 Tue 21 Gaslight (PG) p18 2.30 Long Way From Home (12A) p22 6.15 The First Time Machine p13 7.00 Maw The Railway Man (15) p21 5.45 All is Lost (12A) p21 8.15 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 8.15 Wed 22 All is Lost (12A) p21 2.30 All is Lost (12A) p21 6.05 The First Time Machine p13 7.00 Mer Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 5.30 Long Way From Home (12A) p22 8.20 The Railway Man (15) p21 8.30 Thu 23 The Railway Man (15) p21 2.30 Long Way from Home (12A) p22 6.15 Iau The Railway Man (15) p21 5.45 All is Lost (12A) p21 8.15 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 8.15 Fri 24 Carry on Screaming: Fill the Void (U) p23 11.00 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 5.45 Hide p13 8.00 Gwe 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 2.30 Fill the Void (U) p23 8.30 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 5.30 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 8.30 Sat 25 The Moon Man (U) p25 11.00 Little Bleeders Junior Moviemaker p25 1.00-3.00 Hide p13 8.00 Sad The Moon Man (U) p25 3.00 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 3.15 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 5.45 Fill the Void (U) p23 6.00 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 8.30 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 8.00 Sun 26 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 2.15 The Moon Man (U) p25 3.00 Sul 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 5.15 Rebecca (PG) p18 5.00 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 7.55 Fill the Void (U) p23 7.45 Mon 27 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 5.30 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 8.00 Llun 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 8.30 Tue 28 Rebecca (PG) p18 2.30 Fill the Void (U) p23 6.00 Maw 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 5.30 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 8.00 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 8.15 Wed 29 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 2.30 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 5.45 Priodferch Utah p14 8.00 Mer Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 5.30 Fill the Void (U) p23 8.30 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 8.30 Thu 30 Fill the Void (U) p23 2.30 Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (12A) p22 5.30 4:48 Psychosis p14 7.30 Iau NT Live: Coriolanus p23 7.00 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 8.30 Priodferch Utah p14 8.00 Fri 31 Carry on Screaming: The Harry Hill Movie 11.00 The Missing Picture (12A) p24 6.00 4:48 Psychosis p14 7.30 Gwe August: Osage County (PG) p24 2.30 American Hustle (12A) p24 8.00 Priodferch Utah p14 8.00 August: Osage County (PG) p24 5.45 12 Years a Slave (15) p23 8.30 Lightbox: Andy Fung: Tech Waves p8–9, Until Mon 3 Mar
Published on Dec 13, 2013