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It’s been a great year... thank you.

Images clockwise from top left: Opposite: Gemma Correll; Iris Prize Festival (JB Ghuman and Marc Rees); Patagonia Q&A (Marc Evans and Ed Thomas); Janek Alexander, Karen Dusgate and Andy Eagle at Chapter’s 40th birthday party. This page: Duffy; Snow over S Mark Gubb’s lightbox commission; PlayARk Games Day; Gruff Rhys’ Hotel Shampoo; Art Car Boutique.



Image: Father, Ceramic, glazed, 2010.


Paloma Varga Weisz: Spirits of my Flesh Fri 25 Nov — Wed 4 Jan • Gwe 25 Tach — Mer 4 Ion Preview • Blaenwelediad: Thu 24 Nov • 6-8pm • Iau 24 Tach Paloma Varga Weisz creates enduring and evocative works that recall folklore, contemporary media and art history. the hybrid forms that she fashions by this fusion of influences are reminiscent of our cultural history — be it mythical, religious or comic — and simultaneously encapsulate adult knowingness and youthful innocence; personal reference and collective memory; the familiar and the remarkable. Deeply rooted in the arts and crafts of the middle ages, Varga Weisz’s works embrace many of the intrinsic facets of its style and subject matter. for chapter she has moved away from her trademark ecclesiastical woodcarvings to produce works in ceramic that embrace the aesthetic instincts and influences of the arts and crafts movement. themes of bodily containment and deconstruction still remain current in these works. the slick, dynamic glaze seems to shift in such a way as to capture in each work a moment of metamorphosis or transformation — between sleep and death; male and female; real and unreal. this delicate balance between restraint and exaggeration is also felt in here watercolour paintings which reveal an immediacy and freedom that is equally captivating. almost ghostlike in their delicate appearance, the portraits seem to foreshadow the manifold stories still untold by paloma Varga Weisz. biography paloma Varga Weisz (born 1966) lives and works in Düsseldorf, germany. she has had solo exhibitions at, amongst others, sommer contemporary art, tel aviv (2009); gladstone gallery, new york and Konrad fischer galerie, berlin (both 2008); Douglas hyde gallery, Dublin (2006); berlin biennale (2006) and the 51st Venice biennale of art (2005). she was recently included in the folkestone triennial (2011) and has a major forthcoming exhibition at museum schloss morsbroich, leverkusen (2012). Paloma Varga Weisz can also be seen at sadie Coles hQ, London between thu 12 Jan and sat 25 Feb 2012. For more information visit this exhibition has received generous financial support from the Institut für auslandsbeziehungen e. V.

gallery open: Mon — sat: 10am–8pm. sun: 2–8pm. Closed sun 25, Mon 26, tue 27 and sat 31 Dec + sun 1 Jan.


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assembly: art in the bar Dave bain: red feather Fri 9 Dec — sun 5 Feb • gwe 9 rhag — sul 5 Chwef Dave bain’s illustrative works capture the energy and vitality of birds and draw on the many influences in his life, including his involvement with street art — hinted at by the drips of bright colour and boldness of line in his paintings. his detailed site-specific work for chapter reflects his obsession with pure drawing, continuous line, vibrant colour and simple structure playfully interwoven with complex patterns. red Feather is an exhibition structured around a landscape of stark, bare branches — typical of our british winter — with glimpses of robins scattered throughout to bring some welcome colour. striking, mischievous, and sometimes surprising, bain’s paintings capture the cautious glances and sudden movement of these feathered festive icons. biography Dave bain graduated from falmouth college of arts in 2006, and now lives and works in bristol. his work has appeared in various illustration annuals, zines and books as well as being sought after for commercial briefs and private commissions. he has worked for a wide range of clients, including nokia, nspcc, clarks, children in need, bbc and bfi. he has been commissioned to draw live at events from underground club nights to public-sector planning meetings. recent exhibitions include: flight, the glass room, colston hall, bristol; Deep into the Woods, start gallery, bristol (both 2011); grotesques, antlers gallery, bristol; play — inkygoodness, east gallery, london and Decked 2, coningsby gallery, london (all 2010).

Image: Dave bain, red Feather, 2011, acrylic on wood.


PechaKucha Night Tue 24 Jan • 6.30pm • Maw 24 Ion PechaKucha invites selected speakers to share their knowledge through 20 images, each shown for 20 seconds. it’s a format that moves at a rapid pace and features a number of creatives from areas as diverse as design, science, health, visual and performance arts, literature, music and more. this Literature Wales Special teams new poets and writers with up-and-coming local photographers. PechaKucha Night Cardiff is launched by Ambassador for Cardiff Louisa Cameron, hosted and organised by Mab Jones, and supported by Chapter; Cardiff School of Art & Design, UWIC; Design Wales; Jam Bones; Inkling Creative and Literature Wales. PechaKucha Night is trademarked, devised and shared by Klein Dytham architecture. Free (please reserve tickets from Chapter or

arc Vertiac: ObsidiaN Thu 19 — Sat 21 Jan • Iau 19 — Sad 21 Ion Preview: Wed 18 Jan • 6-8pm • Mer 18 Ion Obsidian is the second interactive audio/visual installation by arc Vertiac to be hosted at chapter, following on from their inaugural Please Remember to Forget button booth. Forged in 2010 by cardiff musician tom raybould, this burgeoning collective are taking over the gallery for a few days to develop their investigations and manipulations in sound and space. Supported by the Arts Council of Wales and Richer Sounds.

Welsh drOP-iN lessONs From Tue 24 Jan • 10am • Maw 24 Ion if one of your New Year’s resolutions is to learn Welsh, why not join us for these informal drop-in sessions which focus on beginners’ conversation. One hour every tuesday, for 10 weeks — but feel free to drop in to one or as many as you can. taught by the lovely people at cardiff and Vale Welsh for adults centre (part of cardiff university). Free

Arc Vertiac: Obsidian

A message from our friends at Sherman Cymru We’d like to extend a big thank you to all at Chapter for playing host to a whole range of Sherman Cymru writing and artist development activity, and for providing a temporary home for our Youth Theatre and Sherman Sherbets groups during our extensive £5.4 million theatre redevelopment. Our theatre building in Cathays will be reopening in February and details of the spring/summer season can be found at We’re extremely pleased that our relationship with Chapter will be ongoing as, due to popular demand, we’ll continue to run two Sherbets groups on a Saturday for children aged 4-9.

Sherman Sherbets Sat 14 Jan — Sat 24 March Sad 14 Ion — Sad 24 Mawrth These Saturday drama workshops, led by friendly and experienced tutors, give children the opportunity to be creative, make new friends and learn new skills. 9.30am — 10.30am (Ages 4–6) 10.30am — 12.00pm (Ages 7–9) Ages 4–6: £50 for 10 sessions Ages 7–9: £60 for 10 sessions Please contact: 029 2064 6911

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merry christmas anD a happy neW year naDolig llaWen a blWyDDyn neWyDD DDa christmas opening at chapter We’re closed on christmas Day, boxing Day, new year’s eve and new year’s Day. on christmas eve, the box office is open from 10-4pm, café open as usual, gallery/shop open from 10-6pm and the bar closes at 10pm. the gallery and shop are closed on tue 27 Dec but the rest of the building is open as usual. We’re open as usual from Wed 28 — fri 30 Dec and from mon 2 Jan onwards.

last minute christmas pressie? chapter gift vouchers are available at the box office and can be used in the shop or to buy cinema and theatre tickets. or how about a chapter card? a year of unrivalled entertainment at discount prices. see p36. you could adopt a cinema or theatre seat for that special someone (£250 for an engraved plaque on the back of a chair of your choice). for this and other donation ideas just give us a ring, visit ‘support us’ at or get in touch with in the fundraising office.

Free wireless internet is available in Caffi bar Chapter.

shop • siopa We’ve been stocking up on lots of christmas goodies. for the man in your life, we’ve got alice shields’ handmade ceramic cufflinks — moustaches, bicycles or wonderland clocks. for the ladies, our new ‘acorn and Will’ earrings and brooches are the perfect stocking filler treats for teenagers and vintage lovers alike. and keep an eye out for a host of bargains in our January sale, the best way to brighten up your new year. shop open in December: Mon — sat 10am–8pm, sun 2–8pm. Closed on Mondays from Mon 9 Jan onwards.

oh so crafty sat 3 Dec • 10am–6pm • sad 3 rhag our quarterly faire is filled with all things bright and beautiful — from jewellery and homeware to textiles and ceramics. a great opportunity to rummage through the best in local craft and find the perfect christmas gift. We’re welcoming back chapter favourites rosie lee, emma passey, ruth Winding, alice shields, Kate Dumbleton, ellymental, Daizee, crefttau luned, natalia Dias, helen o’leary, mayfith, laura norgrove, natalie ollis and many more! to be kept up to date search for us on facebook or follow us on twitter @chaptergallery.


2 for 1 tuesDay

festiVe fooD fair

if you’ve spent a bit too much over christmas but still want to see all the latest films, then our 2 for 1 offer is just what you need. come along to chapter on tuesdays in January (3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st) and get two tickets for the price of one across all screenings in both cinemas. buy a cinema ticket on a tuesday and get 2 For 1 on all hot drinks in the cafe too!

sat 10 Dec • 11am–6pm • sad 10 rhag featuring local, organic, and ethically produced food and a selection of family-friendly workshops, our festive food fair is the perfect opportunity to stock up on hamper-fillers, find some inspiration for christmas treats and get hands on with some food sustainability issues. contributors include mark’s bread; the parsnipship; cardiff herb co; tortoise bakery; riverford organic Veg; hipo hyfryd; i Want to bake free; hungry planet; gwynt y Ddraig cider; gwatkin cider; farmhouse pantry; llanfaes Dairy ice cream; Welsh brew tea; the nut hut and finally but by no means least, chapter’s christmas treats. activities include: a hedgerow hamper basket making workshop, gingerbread men decorating workshop, pottery workshop, fruit and veg sculpture, mosaic workshop, a low carbon christmas cook off, rocket-jet stove workshop, smoothie pedal cafe and much more. We’ll also be hosting the next siop y bobl — the people’s supermarket cardiff big meeting — a chance to meet the team and get involved in this exciting new project. and the icing on the christmas cake will be jazz singer brigida melly who will be performing some carols under our christmas tree.

eat • bWyta We’re welcoming back some much-loved favourites to our café menu to help you survive the winter. how about the big earthy flavours of our wild mushroom ravioli in a creamy white wine sauce, or a delightful bowl of mussels? there are also a host of hearty pies and a new addition to our burger menu to enjoy. and keep an eye out for some seasonal specials including a hot chorizo, roast pepper and cheese ciabatta and the perennial favourite — hot turkey and stuffing with cranberry sauce on soft brown bread. Café open: Mon — sat 8.30am-9.30pm. sun 9.30am-9.30pm. Breakfast: 9-11.30am (sun 10am-11.45am) Lunch: 11.30-3pm. Main Menu: 12-9pm Bar open: sat 12pm-12am, sun 12-10.30pm, Mon-thu 12-11pm, Fri 12pm-12.30am

keep an eye on for further details.


Cabaret Songs (1981)

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Diamond age & cabaret songs sat 3 Dec • 8pm • sad 3 rhag a new restaging of Diamond age’s 1981 show, performed by Janek alexander (previous chapter Director), theatre, choreographic and performance artist eddie Ladd and guest jazz saxophonist Dave Perry (previously seen at chapter with gerald tyler and bristolbased group, limbo). this evening of virtuosic singing, arrangements and playing is scored around alexander’s tuneful pop songs about politics, society and happiness. from recordings made at the time of the falklands War, these are songs “from the old country”, a visceral and ironic look at the state of the nation in a show that innovatively updated the cabaret format for the 1980s. a welcome return of Diamond age and special guests to chapter. £10/£8/£6

special offer! save up to £6. buy a ticket for sometimes We look (p12) or cabaret songs and get a ticket for the other show at ½ price.



family Dance classes until sun 11 Dec • 3–4.30pm • tan sul 11 rhag taking place every sunday afternoon, this dance class is led by aleksandra Jones, who has been teaching dance and creative movement for 20 years. the class is for children, parents, grandparents… aunts, uncles, cousins! Dancing together is a wonderful way to have fun, get fit and become a closer unit. the initial programme of classes works towards a special presentation to invited friends and family. all children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. £3 (per person, per class)

marega palser sometimes We look thu 24 — sat 26 nov • 8pm • Iau 24 — sad 26 tach this site specific combination of dance, drawing, animation and printmaking investigates how the simple use of mark-making can affect the way movement is created, and how dance, in turn, can affect the impulse to draw. Marega Palser combines her training in dance and fine art in this collaboration with three of Wales’ finest movement artists: Catherine bennett, belinda neave and rosalind brooks. marega is one half of Mr and Mrs Clark and an associate artist of Volcano theatre Company.

anthony reynolds a small spit of land sat 10 Dec • 8pm • sad 10 rhag anthony reynolds gives a low key and intimate performance which explores his childhood in the splott and tremorfa areas of cardiff in the 70s and 80s. this work in progress showcases material from his forthcoming musical ‘a small spit of land’ on piano, with the occasional guest. £6 supported by the arts Council of Wales

on the edge free folk by gary owen tue 13 Dec • 8pm • Maw 13 rhag it’s ten years since gary owen’s first play Crazy gary’s Mobile Disco burst onto the chapter stage, introducing us to a storyteller with great humanity, emotion and humour. since then, his plays have been performed and acclaimed across the world. Free Folk is a joyful and witty exploration of what it is to live in the rural britain of today. the play was commissioned and first performed by the forest forge theatre company, based in the new forest where the play is set. a script-held performance directed by elise Davison. £4 (on the door)

£10/£8/£6 supported by Volcano theatre Company and the arts Council of Wales.

see special ticket offer on p11.

marega palser

DoubLe CL1C CarD PoInts

anthony reynolds

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asking4it productions butcher by susan Jickells and Jane fox thu 8 — sat 10 Dec • 8pm • Iau 8 — sad 10 rhag a comedic and surreal exploration of genetic determinism with singing, an original score and live band. is there such a thing as a cancer gene and what exactly are the implications for women choosing to have healthy breasts and other organs surgically removed? is biomedical science (from genetics to pharmaceuticals to surgery) greedy, fatalistic and, ultimately, nihilistic? how do optimism, faith and fear impact on our thoughts and choices, and how do they influence the health of our genes and impact on us all? Designer: anna-Marie hainsworth composer: James Flight Vocal tuition: eleanor stowe film and projection: Paul Whittaker performed by ellen Morris, amanda Leyshon-Weeks, Caroline beasley, hannah stone (harp), ashley John Long (Double bass) and Jimmy ottley (cello). Directed and produced by Jane Fox. suitable for over 16s £12/£10/£8 supported by Chapter and the arts Council of Wales using national Lottery Funding.



Drones Comedy Club

Fabler Shakespeare Readers

Fri 2 + Fri 16 Dec + Fri 6 + Fri 20 Jan • 8.30pm Gwe 2 + Gwe 16 Rhag + Gwe 6 + Gwe 20 Ion The very best in new stand-up comedy.

Sun 11 Dec + Sun 15 Jan • 6.30pm Sul 11 Rhag + Sul 15 Ion Fabler Shakespeare Readers get together every month to experience the works of the great bard spoken aloud. In December they’ll be getting their teeth into ‘Dr Faustus’ by Christopher Marlowe (the shorter 1604 version, sometimes called the A-Text); while January’s text is ‘Much Ado about Nothing’. All are welcome. Please bring along a copy of the script if you have one.

£3.50 (on the door)

Cardiff Storytelling Circle Sun 4 Dec • 8pm • Sul 4 Rhag Share and listen to a selection of stories in relaxed company. £3 (on the door)

Canton Social Media Surgery Wed 7 Dec • 5-7pm • Mer 7 Rhag Have you heard of social media but are unsure how it all works? Or how it can benefit you or your group? Come along to the Cwtch area of our Caffi Bar for this relaxed and informal monthly get together. Perfect for beginners, or if you or your community group want to gain more confidence. Free

Viva Vitis: New World Wine Tasting Fri 9 Dec • 7pm • Gwe 9 Rhag Gloria Vásquez guides you through the delightful wines available at Chapter, helping you to develop your senses and awareness of the wines and cultures of the world. £20

Music Geek Monthly Wed 30 Nov + Thu 26 Jan • 8pm Mer 30 Tach + Iau 26 Ion + Sat 10 Dec + Sat 11 Feb • 3.30pm Sad 10 Rhag + Sad 11 Chwef From December onwards Music Geek is making Chapter its permanent home. One classic and one brand new album are chosen and discussed in Media Point; with the associated listening event taking place in the plush surroundings of Cinema 2 on a Saturday. Free

£3 (on the door)

Boardgaming Sundays Sun 11 Dec + Sun 8 Jan • 5.30pm Sul 11 Rhag + Sul 8 Ion Join Cardiff’s friendly games shop Rules of Play in our Caffi Bar for this monthly games night. Bring your favourite board games, or just bring yourself and borrow a game from the demo library — whatever your age and ability, there’ll be something you like. Friendly volunteers are on hand to explain rules and make sure everyone is looked after! Free

Sunday Jazz Sun 18 Dec + Sun 15 Jan • 9pm Sul 18 Rhag + Sul 15 Ion An evening of melodic acoustic jazz in the Caffi Bar with the Glen Manby Quartet. Free

SWDFAS Lecture: Ghastly Good Taste Thu 12 Jan • 2pm • Iau 12 Ion British interior design underwent over a century of enormous change when technological advances comprehensively altered the appearance of our homes. Matthew Williams’s humorous and informative lecture journeys from Victorian velvet and Edwardian classical through 1930s chrome, 1950s Formica and 1970s orange plastic. £5 (on the door)


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In Chapters Angels

Bridget Christie Housewife Surrealist

Wed 14 Dec • 8pm • Mer 14 Rhag This semi-regular event features unique collaborations between writers and musicians. Amongst the talent exploring this month’s theme of ‘angels’, are novelist Niall Griffiths and musicians Robin and Bina Williamson, Heather Jones and R Seiliog alongside the ‘In Chapters Band’ featuring Richard James, Gareth Bonello and Andy Fung.

Thu 15 Dec • 8pm • Iau 15 Rhag Join Bridget Christie as she hands out communion wafers, eats a banana, discusses religion and Ken Clarke’s faux pas and re-enacts The Ascension using a fishing rod. Bridget Christie has written and performed six critically acclaimed Edinburgh shows, won the inaugural Funny Women Best Show Fringe Award 2007 and is a regular panellist on Radio 4’s News Quiz and the Broadcasting House Programme. She has starred in a number of TV and Radio 4 comedies including Sarah Millican’s Support Group.


The Wyrd Santa An evening of musical variety Sat 17 Dec • 7pm • Sad 17 Rhag Join The Wyrd Santa for an eclectic melodious yuletide feast of music featuring acoustic moments from Matthew Joseph, Celtic charm from Debra and the poetic gothic psych folk of Zeuk. Woodstock born Linda Lamb, known for her work with Nina Hagen and Punx Soundchecks, will be making a rare appearance and Robin and Bina Williamson return to Chapter with their haunting mix of traditional and original folk. If that wasn’t enough musical goodness, General Jumbo from the back streets of Canton will be offering up their rough and ready kinksabilly sound featuring double bass, guitar and banjo. £6/£5


“True, beautiful insanity” — Sunday Times

Go Faster Stripe Robin Ince double bill Sat 7 Jan • 7.30pm + 9pm • Sad 7 Ion The GFS team return to film another cracking double bill of comedy – a worthy addition to their already splendid catalogue of DVDs. Direct from the Edinburgh Fringe and following on from his sell-out tour of ‘Uncaged Monkeys’, Robin Ince continues his comic exploration of the human condition in his new show ‘Happiness Through Science’ — an entertaining evening orienteering the craggy landscape of evolution, all without the aid of a safety net. And at 9pm, after all the science stuff, Robin performs a second show of his favourite bits and pieces from his work over the last few years. This second show is a special one-off, never seen before performance… of old material. £6 per show/£10 for both.

in chapters (acrylic on wall by andy fung)

bridget christie (left), robin ince (right)


1.618 theatre company

the utah bride by carmen medway-stephens Fri 16 + sat 17 Dec • 7.30pm • gwe 16 + sad 17 rhag 16-year-old alice lives in a small village where nothing ever happens. one day a mormon missionary knocks on the door and alice invites him in. she defies her Welsh methodist upbringing and runs away with him to live the american dream. four years later she arrives home to the wrath of her matriarchal mother. revelations, confessions and healing take 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 the meaning of home and family, and asks if the grass is greener on the other side. the utah bride is 1.618 theatre’s first full length play. these scriptin-hand performances will mark the culmination of an intensive week of development and exploration. £6/£5 (on the door) supported by the arts Council of Wales & sherman Cymru Literary Dept.

alternative theatre company assembly Women by elizabeth morgan Fri 13 + sat 14 Jan • 8pm • gwe 13 + sad 14 Ion too much testosterone in government and in the home has resulted in pointless wars, too many families bereaved, too many wounded forced to beg, spiralling taxes and a widening divide between rich and poor. by a stealthy coup d’etat, the government is put firmly in the hands of the women. equality, the sharing of wealth and possessions, is the objective, and now sexually free there is the promise of ‘pleasure for all’. elizabeth morgan’s new play is loosely based on a comedy by aristophanes. this script-in-hand performance will be followed by an open discussion on the possible advantages of having women in control. utopia or what? let’s hear what you think. £4

the llanarth group the echo chamber Fri 27 + sat 28 Jan • 8pm • gwe 27 + sad 28 Ion + thu 2 – sat 4 Feb • 8pm • Iau 2 – sad 4 Chwef ninety-nine percent of the human body is made up of just six elements… something immeasurable is unaccounted for… the Llanarth group return to chapter with a new performance of movement, text and sound exploring ‘elemental’ human matters. Joining kaite o’reilly (2011 ted hughes award Winner for persians with ntW) and Phillip Zarrilli (artistic Director) are co-creators Peader kirk (mkultra, london/athens) and Ian Morgan (song of the goat, poland). Design by ace McCarron. £12/£10/£8 supported by the arts Council of Wales.

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teifi emerald Wild Fri 20 + sat 21 Jan • 8pm • gwe 20 + sad 21 Ion “there are moments when we are too embarrassed to move, too terrified to speak. sometimes we want to hide in bed forever… …then just sometimes we let the beasts within us take over. and we begin to do things we’ve always longed to do…” teifi delves deep into the hidden recesses of her imagination, fighting off demons and journeying to unknown lands. Will her inner monsters be her downfall, or will they provoke her to find something greater, something wild? this funny, magical, one-of-a-kind performance merges elements of stand-up, physical theatre, storytelling, song and dance, puppetry, parody and the absurd. £8/£7/£5

audience feedback: “We were spellbound” “it made me laugh and cry at the same time. frighteningly honest” “the humour, the creativity, the imagination… i loved it”




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The British Guide to Showing Off

Fri 25 nov — thu 15 Dec • gwe 25 tach — Iau 15 rhag

Fri 25 Nov — Thu 1 Dec • Gwe 25 Tach — Iau 1 Rhag

uK/2011/91mins/pg . Dir: amit gupta. With: andrea riseborough, michael sheen, iwan rheon.

UK/2011/98mins/15. Dir: Jes Benstock. With Andrew Logan, Zandra Rhodes, Derek Jarman.

this beautifully realised film is based on owen sheers’ widely acclaimed novel which explores an alternative reality in which the D-Day landings have failed and the german army is marching across britain. When sarah lewis wakes up to find her husband has disappeared, she discovers that all of the men in their Welsh border valley have gone. filmed in the black mountains, this gripping portrait of a community under siege is also a moving story of love and friendship.

Sculptor Andrew Logan created ‘The Alternative Miss World’ costume pageant as a chance for the creative and outrageous to come together in a celebration of strangeness. A fascinating documentary told with flair in a glittering patchwork style.

+ Q&a with owen sheers and special acoustic performance by Iwan rheon on sat 26 nov. + our adaptations book group with a difference meets on Mon 28 nov after the screening.

+ resistance study guide and Workshop Wed 14 + thu 15 Dec • 1pm–4pm Mer 14 + Iau 15 rhag film education officer matt beere leads a screening and 60 minute workshop suitable for a and as level film and media study students. a new study guide has been developed in collaboration with the WJec and the film agency for Wales and will be available for teachers to take away. Free (please contact to book)

+ the silent Village showing alongside selected screenings of resistance, see calendar p34 for details. Wales/1943/36mins/u. Dir: humphrey Jennings

The Ides of March Fri 18 Nov — Thu 1 Dec • Gwe 18 Tach — Iau 1 Rhag USA /2011/101mins/15. Dir: George Clooney. With George Clooney, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ryan Gosling.

Stephen Myers is the ambitious press spokesman for Democratic hopeful Governor Morris. The ethical twists and turns of a life in politics are revealed when the campaign strategist for a rival candidate attempts to poach Myers over to his own camp, and Myers starts a clandestine relationship with a well-connected intern.

Wuthering Heights Fri 25 Nov — Thu 8 Dec • Gwe 25 Tach — Iau 8 Rhag UK/2011/130mins/15. Dir: Andrea Arnold. With Kaya Scodelario, James Howson, Nichola Burley.

Andrea Arnold (Red Road, Fish Tank) brings her bold direction to this tale of obsessive love and class division. A Yorkshire farmer finds a homeless boy on the streets and takes him to live as part of his family at their isolated farm. When the boy develops an all-consuming relationship with the farmer’s daughter, he provokes jealousy from her brother. While respectful of the original text, this is a radical interpretation with a breathtaking visual style which captures the bleak and beautiful nature of Yorkshire’s wild and windy moors.

a rare opportunity to see this archive film which inspired owen sheers to write resistance. two months after the nazis’ massacre of over 170 men in a czech mining village humphrey Jennings gained the co-operation of the south Wales miners’ federation and local pitmen to stage a bold re-enactment of the events in cwmgiedd.

+ Our Adaptations group meets after the screening on Mon 5 Dec to discuss the film and the book that inspired it.

The Silent Village

Wuthering Heights


bad film club


nicko and Joe bring you a sensational sack of bad movies including a special December double header.

Fri 2 — thu 8 Dec • gwe 2 — Iau 8 rhag

christmas Double bill sun 4 Dec • sul 4 rhag undefeatable hong Kong/1993/89mins/18. Dir: godfrey hall.

another cheaply made, badly acted, but thoroughly enjoyable martial arts epic from godfrey hall. + Christmas with a Capital C usa/2011/ctba. Dir: helmut schleppi.

christmas will never be the same again if lawyer and steadfast atheist mitch bright has his way. the townsfolk of trapper falls face a tough challenge to keep the spiritual fabric of the season alive.

fighting mad sun 8 Jan • sul 8 Ion usa/1978/ctba. Dir: cirio h. santiago.

usa/2010/87mins/15. Dir: errol morris. With Kent gavin, Dr hong, Joyce mcKinney.

respected documentarian errol morris follows standard operating Procedure with this rather different tale of imprisonment. in 1977 former miss Wyoming Joyce mcKinney was perfect tabloid fodder when she became the centre of the ‘manacled mormon’ case, an alleged kidnapping of her lover, whom she claimed she was trying to rescue from a cult. the intense gaze of morris’ camera leaves the clarity of all sides of the story a little murky and the truth as difficult to grasp as air. a timely look at whether the media is acting as a window to the world or a mirror, grossly distorting it.

chapter moviemaker Mon 5 Dec + Mon 2 Jan • Llun 5 rhag + Llun 2 Ion a regular showcase for short films by independent filmmakers. for more information please email or call chapter cinema on 029 2030 4400.

When two crooks decide to bump off their partner and pocket all the loot from a profitable crime, little do they suspect that he’ll survive their murderous attempt, nursed back to health by two Japanese soldiers…



uK/2011/84mins/adv15. Dir: tom betts. With adrian Walsh, Des yankson, nathan sussex.

Fri 2 — thu 8 Dec • gwe 2 — Iau 8 rhag uK/2011/97mins/18. Dir: andrew haigh. With tom cullen, chris new, laura freeman.

on a friday night after hanging out with his straight mates, russell heads out to a nightclub, alone and on the pull. Just before closing time he picks up glen. and so begins a weekend — in bars and in bedrooms, getting drunk and taking drugs, telling stories and having sex — that will resonate throughout their lives.


Free (please reserve tickets in advance)

sun 4 + Mon 5 Dec • sul 4 + Llun 5 rhag Directed by Chapter MovieMaker’s tom betts, this suspenseful drama tells two connected stories about missing persons. in cardiff, five days after sean Walsh disappears, a man is discovered in his flat who claims to be his brother. in london a conflicted company man is dispatched to Japan and finds himself in a risky situation with no clear way out. + Q&a with tom betts on sun 4 Dec supported by Wales arts International and the great britain sasakawa Foundation.



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the lightbulb conspiracy

the Well Digger’s Daughter

tue 6 Dec • Maw 6 rhag

Fri 9 — thu 15 Dec • gwe 9 — Iau 15 rhag

norway/2010/65mins/no cert. Dir: cosima Dannoritzer.

france/2011/107mins/subtitled/pg. Dir: Daniel auteuil. With Daniel auteuil, Kad merad, sabine azema.

‘the article that refuses to wear out is a tragedy of business’, so said the early purveyors of planned obsolescence. from the deliberate shortening of the light bulb lifespan in the 1920s to contemporary stories of prematurely defunct ipods, this probing film looks at the history of Western throwaway culture and its effects on the african lands where waste continues to amass. screening as a precursor to May’s uk green Film Festival.

take shelter Fri 9 — thu 22 Dec • gwe 9 — Iau 22 rhag usa/2011/120mins/15. Dir: Jeff nichols. With michael shannon, Jessica chastain, shea Whigham.

Jeff nichols follows shotgun stories with this intense, tender and frightening account of a young family man who is struggling to deal with what may be paranoid delusions or apocalyptic premonitions of a coming storm. haunted by his fears, his behaviour becomes erratic, and curtis risks alienating the local community and stretching relationships with those closest to him beyond breaking point. While his actions are often strange or questionable, curtis is a touching and vulnerable character, a thoroughly convincing everyman for our times. + sciscreen event on Mon 19 Dec. sponsored by the MrC Centre for neuropsychiatric genetics and genomics.

patricia is a pretty, well-mannered 18 year old, whose chance encounter with Jacques, a 26-year-old fighter pilot, changes both of their lives irrevocably. soon after their first meeting, Jacques is sent to the front and patricia finds herself pregnant. While patricia and her father experience the joy of her first child, the boy’s rich parents accuse her of blackmail, and are devastated further when Jacques goes missing in action. based on the classic work by marcel pagnon (Jean De Florette), and set in provincial france, this heartwarming story marks the directing debut of acclaimed actor Daniel auteuil.

Jack goes boating Fri 16 — thu 22 Dec • gwe 16 — Iau 22 rhag usa/2011/91mins/15. Dir: philip seymour hoffman. With philip seymour hoffman, amy ryan, John ortiz.

Jack is a limo driver with an obsession for reggae that has prompted him to begin a half-hearted attempt at growing dreadlocks. he spends most of his time hanging out with his best friend clyde and clyde’s wife lucy. the couple set Jack up with connie, who inspires Jack to learn to cook, pursue a new career and take swimming lessons so he can give connie the romantic boat ride she dreams of. but as Jack and connie cautiously circle commitment, clyde and lucy’s marriage begins to disintegrate. phillip seymour hoffman’s directorial debut is a warm and honest tale of love, betrayal, friendship and grace, which features a great score by brooklyn-based folk rock band, grizzly bear. DoubLe CL1C CarD PoInts

Take Shelter

Jack Goes Boating


terence Davies We’re celebrating the work of a man who is regarded by many as britain’s greatest living director by screening his latest film the Deep blue sea, alongside three other classics from his wonderful back catalogue.

the Deep blue sea Fri 9 — thu 29 Dec • gwe 9 — Iau 29 rhag uK/2011/98mins/12a. Dir: terence Davies. With rachel Weisz, tom hiddleston, simon russell beale.

terence Davies brings emotional sensitivity and flawless craftsmanship to his adaptation of terence rattigan's acclaimed play about the unreliable nature of love. the setting is london in the 1950s, a time of rationing and privation as britain struggles through the aftermath of the second World War. hester collier leads a privileged life as the beautiful wife of a high court judge, though theirs is a companionable rather than a passionate marriage. When hester meets a young ex-raf pilot she falls devastatingly in love with him and, to the shock of those around her, she leaves her marriage to live with him in shabby lodgings. but, as time passes, hester comes to realise that the dashing but damaged freddie is unable to return her all-consuming passion, just as she is unable to return her husband's love.

Distant Voices, still lives sun 4 + tue 6 Dec • sul 4 + Maw 6 rhag uK/1988/84mins/15. Dir: terence Davies. With freda Dowie, pete postlethwaite, angela Walsh.

set in a world before elvis, a liverpool before the beatles, this is a remarkable evocation of working-class family life in the 40s and 50s. in a powerful succession of searing vignettes, Davies paints an autobiographical picture of a family dominated by an oppressive patriarch. the women in the family achieve partial escape from his dominance through the popular songs of the period, provoking the idea of ‘a kind of musical’. terence Davies’ poetic masterpiece has acquired the status of a british classic and this restoration from the bfi national archive will enable a whole new audience to experience its visual beauty, life-affirming humour and extraordinary emotional power.

of time and the city sun 11 + tue 13 Dec • sul 11 + Maw 13 rhag uK/2008/72mins/12a. Dir: terence Davies.

Davies’ passionate and poetic documentary on his native liverpool is a heart-stirring meditation on time, memory and mortality. images of liverpool past and present are magically combined with a wonderfully rich selection of music (ranging from peggy lee to mahler, handel to the hollies), voices, radio clips, and the director’s own narration. the result is a powerful evocation of the director’s youth in post-war britain and a reflection on how his home city — and the world at large — have changed over the years.


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the terence Davies trilogy sun 18 + tue 20 Dec sul 18 + Maw 20 rhag uK/102mins/15. Dir: terence Davies.

made over a period of some seven years, this trilogy spans the period from Davies' earliest work as a filmmaker through to his emergence as one of the outstanding british directors of his generation. together, the three films chart the life and death of robert tucker, brought up — like Davies himself — in a catholic working-class home in liverpool. robert is bullied at school and has a violent father who dies while the boy is still young. as an adult, he struggles with his homosexuality, and the feelings of guilt and shame induced by his sexuality are sharpened by his catholicism. the trilogy contains: Children (1976/46mins); Death and transfiguration (1983/26mins); and Madonna and Child (1980/30mins).

llygaid sgwâr gan philip Wyn Jones Dau Terence sydd dan sylw y tro hwn. Ganed y cyfarwyddwr ffilmiau Terence Davies yn Lerpwl ym 1945 a dechreuodd gyfarwyddo ffilmiau ym 1976. Mae nifer o’i ffilmiau yn hunangofiannol gan gynnwys y tair ffilm fer sy’n ffurfio’r Terence Davies Trilogy a’r ddwy ffilm nodwedd Distant Voices, Still Lives a The Long Day Closes. Lerpwl yn y 1940au a’r 1950au yw’r cefndir a phortread o’r ddinas honno a geir yn ei ffilm ddogfen Of Time and the City. Cefndir Americanaidd sydd i The Neon Bible a House of Mirth. Roedd y dramodydd Terence Rattigan (1911–1977) yn hynod boblogaidd hyd nes i John Osborne a’i debyg ennill ffafr y beirniaid ar ganol y 1950au. Rhwng 1940 a 1958 addaswyd nifer o ddramâu Rattigan yn ffilmiau llwyddiannus, yn eu plith French Without Tears, The Winslow Boy, The Browning Version, The Deep Blue Sea, The Prince and the Showgirl a Separate Tables. Y prif gymeriadau yn The Deep Blue Sea ydy Hester a Freddie ac yn ffilm 1955 fe’u portreadwyd gan Vivien Leigh a Kenneth More. Mae Hester yn briod gyda barnwr enwog, Syr William Collyer (Emlyn Williams) ond mae’n syrthio dan hud dyn ifanc a fu’n beilot yn ystod yr Ail Ryfel Byd, Freddie. Wrth ddod i adnabod Freddie yn dda mae’n sylwi ei fod yn hynod anaeddfed. Mae’n ymddangos y bydd y berthynas hon yr un mor anfoddhaol â’r un y mae wedi ei hepgor. Bellach mae fersiwn newydd o’r ddrama wedi cyrraedd y sinemâu a Terence Davies yw’r cyfarwyddwr. Mae Davies wedi cyfarwyddo The Deep Blue Sea yn y theatr. Mae ganddo ddwy feirniadaeth; fod Rattigan yn tueddu i ddefnyddio’r act gyntaf yn ei ddramâu i gyflwyno’r cefndir yn ei grynswth yn lle gwneud hynny’n raddol trwy gydol y ddrama a’i fod yn or-gynnil, yn arbennig yn ei gyfarwyddiadau i’r actorion. Fel canlyniad, dyw ffilm Davies ddim yn oedi cyn symud y stori yn ei blaen a dywed Tom Hiddleston, sy’n portreadu Freddie, fod dychymyg Davies yn ehangach a chyfoethocach nag eiddo Rattigan. Serch hynny, deialog Rattigan sydd yn y ffilm drwyddi draw ac mae’r cyfnod — llwyfannwyd y ddrama am y tro cyntaf ym 1952 — yn cael ei atgynhyrchu’n ffyddlon. Er bod Hiddleston, Simon Russell Beale (Collyer) a Rachel Weisz (Hester) yn actorion llwyfan profiadol gwyddant hefyd sut i addasu eu techneg ar gyfer y camera. Mae rhai wedi cwyno bod Rachel Weisz yn rhy brydferth. Cafodd Vivien Leigh yr un feirniadaeth yn union yn ôl ym 1955. Mae’n rhyfedd fel mae rhai beirniad yn methu gweld y gall pobl olygus fod yr un mor anhapus â’r mwyaf salw yn ein plith! Sylwodd Hiddleston fod Davies yn nodi yn y sgript y darnau o gerddoriaeth fydd yn chwarae yn y cefndir. Mae lle amlwg i gerddoriaeth Samuel Barber yma a chaneuon poblogaidd o’r 1950au megis ‘You Belong to Me’ a gyfansoddwyd ym 1952. Gan rag-weld y gall fod peth anesmwythyd ym meddyliau dilynwyr selocaf Rattigan, mae Terence Davies yn gofyn i gynulleidfaoedd feirniadu’r hyn a welan nhw ar y sgrin yn hytrach na grwgnach am yr hyn a ddylai fod yno yn eu barn nhw! Philip Wyn Jones — Golygydd ac adolygydd.


the future

tinker tailor soldier spy

Fri 16 — thu 22 Dec • gwe 16 — Iau 22 rhag

Fri 23 Dec — thu 5 Jan • gwe 23 rhag — Iau 5 Ion

usa/2011/91mins/12a. Dir: miranda July. With miranda July, hamish linklater, David Washofsky.

uK/2011/127mins/15. Dir: tomas alfredson. With gary oldman, colin firth, John hurt.

sophie and Jason are strange in the way all couples are strange when they’re alone. When they decide to adopt paw paw, a stray cat who needs around-the-clock care, their perspective on life starts to change radically. Despite their good intentions, they become terrified of their looming loss of freedom, so they quit their jobs and the internet to pursue their dreams — sophie wants to create a dance, Jason wants simply to be guided by fate. as the month slips away, sophie retreats from their la apartment into a world where she will never have to try (and fail) again — but will they finally be able to reunite with time, space and each other in order to come home.

in the depths of the cold War, disgraced british mi6 agent george smiley is called out of retirement to locate a soviet mole at the heart of a group of his trusted former colleagues at the very top of the british secret intelligence service. another chance to see this stunning adaptation of John le carré's espionage novel which features cool, considered performances from a great british cast.

“a mouthwatering cast, and they are all quite brilliant in it. the production design is a marvel, the costumes are perfect.” — the guardian

Jane eyre

blood in the mobile

Fri 23 — thu 29 Dec • gwe 23 — Iau 29 rhag

Fri 30 Dec — thu 5 Jan • gwe 30 rhag — Iau 5 Ion

uK/2011/120mins/pg . Dir: cary fukunaga. With mia Wasikowska, michael fassbender, Jamie bell, Dame Judi Dench.

returning due to popular demand, this new adaptation of charlotte brontë’s classic novel is resplendent in all its glorious wild romanticism, proto-feminism and gothic horror. governess Jane flees thornfield house, taking shelter with clergyman st John rivers and reflecting upon the people and emotions that have defined her. she must now come to terms with the past that haunts her and the terrible secret that she has discovered.

“mia Wasikowska shines in an intelligent, beautifully crafted version of the charlotte brontë classic” — the guardian

Denmark/2010/86mins/subtitled/12a. Dir: frank poulsen.

the premise of this hard hitting documentary is that the business of mining the essential minerals used in the production of mobile phones is financing one of the bloodiest wars since WWii. no mobile phone company is able to guarantee they aren’t using so-called conflict minerals, and director frank poulsen travels to the Democratic republic of congo to see the illegal mine industry with his own eyes. the country’s largest tin-mine is being controlled by armed groups, and children work for days in narrow tunnels digging out the minerals that end up in our phones.

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The Future

Blood In The Mobile

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my Week With marilyn Fri 23 Dec — thu 5 Jan • gwe 23 rhag — Iau 5 Ion uK/usa/2011/101mins/15. Dir: simon curtis. With michelle Williams, eddie redmayne, Kenneth branagh, Judy Dench.

based on british filmmaker colin clark’s memoirs, My Week With Marilyn recounts his personal experience with one of the biggest movie stars of the 20th century while making the ill-fated the Prince and the showgirl. abandoned in the uK by her husband arthur miller and struggling to work alongside the temper and talent of her classically trained co-star laurence olivier, she quickly reached out to clark who became her confidante and friend for what for him would be a momentous week. curtis elicits a natural performance from michelle Williams as the most famous of screen icons, capturing all facets of her persona — little girl lost, sexy superstar and insecure artist, while exploring the darker side of the filmmaking process, which pits egos against egos.

“michelle Williams is outstanding in a tour de force performance.” new york post


romantics anonymous Fri 30 Dec — thu 5 Jan • gwe 30 rhag — Iau 5 Ion france/belgium/2011/78mins/subtitled/12a. Dir Jean-pierre améris. With benoît poelvoorde, isabelle carré, lorella cravotta.

Jean-rené is the boss of a failing chocolate factory and angélique is a talented if timid chocolate maker. Drawn together through a shared love of confectionary and a desire to save the family business, these two emotionally challenged individuals manage to fall in love. but will their crippling shyness drive them apart, or will they manage to overcome their lack of self-confidence and risk baring their true feelings? as sweet as the chocolate at the heart of its story, this warm and comic tale leads us effortlessly from each cringe-worthy moment to the next.

the rum Diary Fri 6 — thu 12 Jan • gwe 6 — Iau 12 Ion usa/2011/120mins/15. Dir: bruce robinson. With Johnny Depp, amber heard, aaron eckhart.

based on an early novel by hunter s. thompson, the rum Diary tells the increasingly unhinged story of itinerant journalist paul Kemp. tiring of the noise and madness of new york and the crushing conventions of late eisenhower-era america, Kemp travels to the pristine island of puerto rico to write for a local newspaper. adopting the rum-soaked life of the island, paul soon becomes obsessed with the wildly attractive fiancée of sanderson, a businessman involved in shady property development deals. When Kemp is recruited by sanderson to write favourably about his latest unsavoury scheme, the journalist is presented with a choice: to use his words for the corrupt businessmen's financial benefit, or use them to take him down. + Join our adaptations group after the screenings on Mon 9 + Wed 11 Jan to discuss the film and the book that inspired it.

We have a pope Fri 6 — thu 12 Jan • gwe 6 — Iau 12 Ion italy/france/102mins/subtitled/ctba. Dir: nanni moretti. With michel piccoli, Jerzy stuhr, renato scarpa.

the newly elected pope suffers a panic attack just as he is due to appear on st peter’s balcony to greet the faithful, who have been patiently awaiting the conclave’s decision. his advisors, unable to convince him he is the right man for the job, seek help from a renowned psychoanalyst (and atheist). but his fear of the responsibility suddenly thrust upon him is one that he must face on his own. moretti follows up his award winning skewering of silvio berlusconi (the Caiman) with this multi award-winning tale, told with real humour and sympathy for a man who must find a way to come to terms with the magnitude of his situation.


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celebrating scott’s antarctic anniversary:

Werner herzog season

the great White silence

sun 15 + tue 17 Jan • sul 15 + Maw 17 Ion

sun 8 + tue 10 Jan • sul 8 + Maw 10 Ion uK/1924/108mins/u. Dir: herbert g ponting. With robert falcon scott, herbert g ponting.

a hundred years ago captain scott set out his its ill-fated race to the south pole. official photographer and cinematographer herbert ponting filmed almost every aspect of the expedition: the scientific work, life in camp and the local wildlife. most importantly, he recorded the preparations for the assault on the pole, giving us a real sense of the challenges faced. in 1924 he re-edited the footage into this remarkable feature. the bfi national archive has restored the film and introduced a new score by simon fisher turner.

+ the Welsh himalayan expedition (Wales/1955/34mins)

When sydney Wignall set off from llandudno on a climbing expedition to the himalayas in 1955, little did he think that he would become involved in a life-threatening adventure involving the indian and chinese governments. his group was captured and interrogated before being abandoned in an inhospitable himalayan pass. sydney’s film camera footage gives a captivating account of the long and rewarding journey. With a live score by steepways sound, incorporating acoustic instrumentation & processed audio.

The Great White Silence

fitzcarraldo West germany/peru/1982/158mins/subtitled/pg. Dir: Werner herzog. With Klaus Kinski, claudia cardinale, José lewgoy.

at the end of the 19th century, brian sweeney fitzgerald dreamt of building an opera house in iquitos. he bought a steamer and purchased an unclaimed piece of land cut off from the amazon by a treacherous set of rapids. abandoned by his crew, he enlisted the natives to help him. this infamous film is a must for the big screen as the magnitude of what herzog and his crew took on in the filming is as extraordinary as the original tale it recounts.

nosferatu the Vampyre sun 22 + tue 24 Jan • sul 22 + Maw 24 Ion West germany/france/1979/107mins/subtitled/15. Dir: Werner herzog. With Klaus Kinski, isabelle adjani, bruno ganz.

conceived as a stylistic homage to murnau’s 1922 film, herzog brings his own macabre detailing to this classic tale with a greater focus on the lonely existence of the vampire. Jonathan harker travels to transylvania to sell a house to count Dracula. the count immediately agrees to purchase the property after he sees a small portrait of harker’s wife…

aguirre, the Wrath of god sun 29 + tue 31 Jan • sul 29 + Maw 31 Ion West germany/1972/93mins/subtitled/pg. Dir: Werner herzog. With Klaus Kinski, cecilia rivera, ruy guerra.

counterpointed by the lush but unforgiving amazonian jungle, this tale of madness and folly follows the supposedly true travels of spanish soldier lope de aguirre, who led a group of conquistadores down the amazon river in search of the legendary city of gold, el Dorado.



music films In association with spillers records.


the magic trip

Wed 11 Jan • Mer 11 Ion

Fri 6 — thu 12 Jan • gwe 6 — Iau 12 Ion

iceland/uK/canada/2011/75mins/subtitled/u. Dir: Vincent morisset. With sigur ros.

usa/2011/107mins/15. Dir: alison ellwood, alex gibney. With Ken Kesey, neal cassady, the merry band of pranksters.

this stunning documentary pieces together footage of icelandic band sigur rós’ performances at alexandra palace with archive material from before their exposure to the wider world at the tail end of the last century. nb. Contains strobe lighting and flashing images.

anyone can play guitar Wed 18 + thu 19 Jan • Mer 18 + Iau 19 Ion uK/2011/124mins/ctba. Dir: Jon spira. With colin greenwood, gaz coombes, samantha battles.

oxford’s tight music community has been steadily producing genre-defining bands for nearly 30 years — including radiohead, supergrass, ride, foals and creation’s alt-rock heroes swervedriver. in this documentary, narrated by cult comedian stewart lee, the bands, promoters, managers, journalists, record label owners and gig-goers who built the scene tell their own stories of success, failure, good intentions and bad outcomes.

two-lane blacktop Fri 20 — sun 22 Jan • gwe 20 — sul 22 Ion usa/1971/102mins/15. Dir: monte hellman. With James taylor, Dennis Wilson.

two young hot-rodders (taylor and Wilson) make their way across america in their ‘55 chevy, picking up racing bets along the way. they meet their match in a middle aged drifter driving a gto pontiac. Director hellman is less interested in the race itself than abstractly examining the journey and the urge to keep moving along, even if you have no particular place to go.


in 1964, Ken Kesey, fêted author of one Flew over the Cuckoo's nest, loaded a bus christened ‘further’ with pals and drugs and embarked on a journey from california to the World’s fair in new york which promised a 'World of tomorrow'. it was a year after the assassination of John f Kennedy, with cold War paranoia gripping the nation and the civil rights struggle resulting in armed clashes in some cities. alex gibney and alison ellwood have worked with three archival institutions to restore the mostly-unseen footage, creating this incredible document of a significant moment in american history. contemporary footage gives greater context to the trip, while the soundtrack, made up mostly of american pop before the beatles made an impact there, is irresistible.

Kill all redneck pricks Mon 23 — thu 26 Jan • Llun 23 — Iau 26 Ion usa/2011/89mins/ctba. Dir: bill badgley. With chris smith, Jared Warren, scott Jernigan.

this documentary tells the story of three friends overcoming odds through rock n’ roll music. set in the pacific northwest against the backdrop of the olympia post-punk and riot grrrl movements of the early 90s, the film details the joys and tragedies of a band called Karp, as each band member’s life serves as a lightning bolt to a separate destiny. the film also features music from the Whip, big business, melvins, unwound, Joe preston, calvin Johnson, Kathleen hanna, and an original score by Kimya Dawson.

The Magic Trip


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oslo, 31st august Fri 6 — thu 12 Jan • gwe 6 — Iau 12 Ion norway/2011/94mins/subtitled/15. Dir: Joachim trier. With anders borchgrevink, andreas braaten, hans olav brenner.

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anders will soon complete his drug rehabilitation and as part of the program he’s allowed to go into the city for a job interview. taking advantage of the leave, he stays in the city meeting people he hasn’t seen for a long while. he’s a smart young man from a good family, but is deeply haunted by all the wasted opportunities his privileged life has afforded him and all the people he’s let down. for the remainder of the day and long into the night he wrestles with the ghosts of past mistakes and with the hope of seeing some kind of future by morning. this warm and poignant tale has been adapted from pierre Drieu la rochelle’s novel ‘le feu follet’, with the setting moved to contemporary norway.

“a superb norwegian film... ballasted by an excellent central performance.” — the guardian

the lady Fri 13 — thu 19 Jan • gwe 13 — Iau 19 Ion france/uK/2011/143mins/ctba. Dir: luc besson. With michelle yeoh, David thewlis, Jonathan raggett.

this invigorating and personal biopic of the life of burmese activist aung san suu Kyi traces the oppressively cruel military rule in myanmar (formerly burma) and the defiant sacrifices made by her oxford professor husband and two sons. the daughter of a celebrated hero who helped free burma from british rule, when she returns she witnesses new atrocities and stays to head the emerging national league for Democracy. Despite an overwhelming majority win, she is placed on house arrest for 15 years, and we witness the dignity with which she copes with a life of solitude away from those who love her.

the awakening Fri 13 — thu 19 Jan • gwe 13 — Iau 19 Ion uK/2011/106mins/15. Dir: nick murphy. With rebecca hall, Dominic West, imelda staunton.

london, 1921, and the country turns to séances and spiritualism for solace from the war. academic and writer florence cathcart is a determined realist with an unwavering confidence in logic and science, but when schoolmaster robert mallor tells her of incidents at a boys’ boarding school following the death of a child, florence starts to uncover more secrets than she bargained for. referencing the others and the Innocents, nick murphy’s debut feature is a classy haunted-house yarn.


shame Fri 20 Jan — thu 2 Feb • gwe 20 Ion — Iau 2 Chwef uK/2011/100mins/18. Dir: steve mcQueen. With michael fassbender, carey mulligan.

brandon is in his thirties, living and working in new york. born in ireland but raised in the us he has his own flat and a job in a glossy corporate office. he’s single, smart and attractive but with a compulsive sexual need that sees him caught up in a repetitive cycle of pick-ups, prostitutes and online encounters. his world seems selfcontained and ordered until his wayward younger sister sissy arrives at his apartment and brandon’s control starts to slip. steve mcQueen (hunger) has made a confident and complex film about the nature of need and desire and both fassbender and mulligan are perfect as people whose near-obsessive behaviours hint at some hidden past. + Come along Do on Wed 25 Jan — the first of our post-screening art & film discussion groups.

“Dynamite performances” — the guardian “scorching… fassbender is incredible… mulligan is terrific.” the hollywood reporter

human centipede Double bill sun 15 Jan • sul 15 Ion While these films are not to everyone’s taste, director tom six manages to match the macabre with a very dark humour. in the first film (netherlands/2009/92mins/18), two pretty american girls end up alone in the woods when their car breaks down in rural germany. as they search for help they find an isolated house, but they realise too late that there is something not quite right about the formidable Dr. heite. enjoying 32 cuts in order to get an 18 certificate, the controversial sequel (uk/2011/85mins/18) follows a loner working in an underground car park in the uK who dreams of creating his own 12-person centipede after being inspired by watching the first film. medically untrained, he assembles assorted household items to carry out his tasks in an abandoned warehouse.

Dreams of a life Fri 13 — tue 17 Jan • gwe 13 — Maw 17 Ion uK/2011/95mins/12a. Dir: carol morley. With Zawe ashton, Jonathan harden, Daren elliott holmes.

causing a stir at the london film festival, this is the intriguing story of a young woman discovered in a london flat above Wood green shopping centre three years after her death in 2006. When the housing trust broke down the door and discovered her skeleton, they found the tV, heating and lighting were all still on. this multi-layered documentary is a quest to discover who Joyce carol Vincent was and how she came to be so forgotten. using direct testimonies and dramatic reconstructions from the recollections of people who knew her, a portrait begins to appear of an attractive, lively and popular young woman who also had a mysterious secretive side.


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the silence Fri 13 — thu 19 Jan • gwe 13 — Iau 19 Ion germany/2010/120mins/subtitled/15. Dir: baran bo odar. With ulrich thomsen, Wotan Wilke möhring, Katrin saß.

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on a hot summer day a bicycle is found in a wheat field and, nearby, the body of a young girl. the killer is never found. 23 years later, 13-year-old sinikka is missing and the police are presented with an identical crime scene. convinced that history is repeating itself, a retired detective is determined to track down the perpetrator and finally resolve both cases. spanning a week in the investigation, as the days grow hotter and individual worlds fall apart, the strain of the case casts its shadow on all involved. this is a chilling addition to other european crime thrillers such as the killing and Wallander, which delves into the psyche of detectives and criminals alike to deliver a tragic story of murder and betrayal.

red Dog Fri 20 — thu 26 Jan • gwe 20 — Iau 26 Ion australia/2011/92mins/pg. Dir: Kriv stenders. With rachael taylor, Josh lucas, Koko the dog.

based on the novel by louis De bernieres, this is the true story of blue, a stray Kelpie dog who, while roaming the australian outback in search of his long lost master, helped to unite a disparate mining community in a small Western australian town. told with warm humour this family drama brings to life not only the tale of the red dog whose statue welcomes all visitors to Dampier, but also portrays with affection the lives of those struggling to make a decent living in the 70s in the australian outback.

“...this is a film with enough appeal to set tails wagging wherever it plays.” — the guardian

new british cinema Quarterly: Junkhearts Wed 25 Jan • Mer 25 Ion uK/2011/100mins/15. Dir: tinge Krishnan. With eddie marsan, candese reid, tom sturridge.

an ex-soldier in his 50s, frank traipses the pavement between his flat and the local off licence with increasing regularity. on one of his shopping trips, he comes across lynette, a black teenager sleeping rough, and the unlikely pair bond. meanwhile, highpowered businesswoman christine struggles to hold things together, juggling job, drug habit, affair with a married man and being mother to a baby daughter. all three characters are searching for some kind of hope or redemption, but when lynette’s menacing boyfriend appears, it seems things could get worse for them all before they get better. + post-screening Q&a with director tinge krishnan.


surviving life


Fri 20 — thu 26 Jan • gwe 20 — Iau 26 Ion

Fri 27 Jan — thu 2 Feb • gwe 27 Ion — Iau 2 Chwef

czech/2010/105mins/subtitled/15. Dir: Jan svankmajer. With Vaclav helsus, Klara issova, Zuzana Kronerova.

singapore/2011/94mins/subtitled/ctba. Dir: eric Khoo. With tetsuya bessho, motoko gollent, yoshihiro tatsumi.

the veteran surrealist Jan svankmajer introduces us to what he claims will be his final film. renowned for some of cinema’s most imaginative and humorously grotesque features, he continues this tradition with the story of evzen, a married man, bored of his job, who retreats into his dreams to live a double life with a beautiful woman. becoming addicted to these dreams, despite his visits to a highly unprofessional psychiatrist, he quits his job and rents a private room so that he can spend more time sleeping.

in post-war occupied Japan, young yoshihiro tatsumi’s passion for comics eventually becomes a means of supporting his poor family. already published as a teenager, talented tatsumi finds even greater inspiration after meeting his idol, animator osamu tezuka. Despite his steady success, tatsumi begins to question why Japanese comics should cater to children with cute and whimsical tales and drawings. in 1957, tatsumi coins the term gekiga (dramatic pictures) and redefines the manga landscape by encouraging an alternative genre for adults which grapples with the darker aspects of life.

the iron lady Fri 27 Jan — thu 9 Feb • gwe 27 Ion — Iau 9 Chwef uK/2011/ctba. Dir: phyllida lloyd. With meryl streep, Jim broadbent, richard e. grant.

a look at the life of margaret thatcher focusing on the 17 days leading up to the falklands War in 1982. her politics aside, she was a ground-breaker who smashed through the barriers of gender and class to be heard in a male-dominated world. this is an insightful portrait of an extraordinary and complex woman, negotiating the politics of power and paying the price for it. Director phyllida lloyd (Mamma Mia!) works again with a transformed streep and brings together a stellar british cast including Jim broadbent as Denis and richard e grant as michael heseltine.

las acacias Fri 27 Jan — thu 2 Feb • gwe 27 Ion — Iau 2 Chwef argentina/spain/2011/86mins/12a. Dir: pablo giorgell. With germán de silva, hebe Duarte, nayra calle mamani.

long distance truck driver rubén picks up a young mother carrying her eight-month-old son en route from paraguay to buenos aires and agrees to take them for a fee. as a man of few words, this is clearly going to be a long journey, despite her efforts to engage him. however, as the strained atmosphere gradually gives way to conversation and then to affection, there comes the growing suspicion that the guarded, gruff rubén may even be falling in love. owing a debt to the ‘slow cinema movement’, this is an enchanting and uplifting experience. Winner of several awards at 2011 Cannes Film Festival, including the prestigious Camera D’or.

Surviving Life

Las Acasias


cinema • sinema

family features every saturday at 11am and 3pm. please book in advance to avoid disappointment. children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

Johnny english reborn

happy feet 2 [2D]

sat 3 Dec • sad 3 rhag

sat 7 + sat 28 Jan • sad 7 + sad 28 Ion

uK/2011/101mins/pg. Dir: oliver parker. With rowan atkinson, rosamund pike, gillian anderson.

australia/2011/105mins/u. Dir: george miller. With elijah Wood, robin Williams, pink.

Johnny english goes up against international assassins hunting down the chinese premier.

mumble the emperor penguin and his family and friends discover a new threat to their home — and everyone will have to work together to save them.

the muppet christmas carol sat 10 — thu 15 Dec • sad 10 — Iau 15 rhag

puss in boots

usa/1992/85mins/u. Dir: brian henson. With michael caine, Kermit the frog, miss piggy.

sat 14 Jan • sad 14 Ion usa/2011/90mins/u. Dir: chris miller. With antonio banderas, salma hayek, Zach galifianakis.

narrated by charles Dickens himself (gonzo the great), the muppets bring their own special magic to the tale of the surly money-lender who comes to learn the true meaning of christmas.

a story about what really happened to our favourite sword fighting cat before he met with shrek and his friends.

the adventures of tin tin: the secret of the unicorn [2D]

alvin and the chipmunks: chipwrecked

sat 17 — thu 22 Dec • sad 17 — Iau 22 rhag

sat 21 Jan • sad 21 Ion

usa/2011/107mins/pg. Dir: steven spielberg. With Daniel craig, Jamie bell, simon pegg.

usa/2011/ctba. Dir: mike mitchell. With matthew gray gubler, Jesse mccartney, amy poehler.

tintin and captain haddock set off on a treasure hunt for a sunken ship commanded by haddock’s ancestor. but someone else is in search of the ship…

playing around while aboard a cruise ship, the chipmunks and chipettes accidentally go overboard and end up marooned in a tropical paradise. they discover their new turf is not as deserted as it seems.

hugo [2D] Fri 23 Dec — thu 5 Jan • gwe 23 rhag — Iau 5 Ion usa/2011/127mins/ctba. Dir: martin scorsese. With asa butterfield, chloë grace moretz, christopher lee.

an orphan who lives in the walls of a train station is wrapped up in a mystery involving his late father and an automaton.

The Adventures of Tin Tin: The Secret Of The Unicorn

carry on screaming! Check out the calendars for details of our special screenings aimed at people with babies under one year old, every Friday at 11.00 am. Carry on screaming allows parents or carers to see a film at Chapter without having to worry about their baby causing a disturbance. Free entry for babies.

Happy Feet 2

the Muppet Christmas Carol (u) p33 take shelter (15) p21 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 resistance (pg) p19 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 take shelter (15) p21 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 take shelter (15) p21 the Muppet Christmas Carol (u) p33 of time and the City (12a) p22 take shelter (15) p21 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 the Muppet Christmas Carol (u) p33 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 take shelter (15) p21 the Muppet Christmas Carol (u) p33 the Well Digger’s Daughter (pg) p21 take shelter (15) p21 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22

sat • sad 10

thu • iau 15

wed • mer 14

tue • maw 13

mon • llun 12

sun • sul 11

fri • gwe 9

thu • iau 8

wed • mer 7

tue • maw 6

mon • llun 5

sun • sul 4

sat • sad 3

fri • gwe 2

resistance (Pg) + silent Village (u) p19 Wuthering heights (15) p19 resistance (pg) p19 Carry on screaming: resistance (pg) p19 Wuthering heights (15) p19 resistance (pg) p19 Johnny english reborn (pg) p33 Wuthering heights (15) p19 resistance (pg) p19 secrecy (15) + Q&a p20 Wuthering heights (15) p19 resistance (pg) + silent Village (u) p19 Wuthering heights (15) + adaptations p19 resistance (pg) p19 Distant Voices, still Lives (15) p22 resistance (pg) p19 Wuthering heights (15) p19 resistance (pg) + silent Village (u) p19 Wuthering heights (15) p19 resistance (pg) p19 resistance (pg) p19 Wuthering heights (15) p19 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 take shelter (15) p21

thu • iau 1

cinema 1 • sinema 1

11.00+3.00 5.30 8.00 3.30 5.45 8.00 6.00 8.15 11.00 2.30 6.00 8.30 11.00 2.30+6.00 8.15 11.00 2.30 6.00 8.15

2.30 5.45 8.30 11.00 2.30+8.00 6.00 11.00+3.00 5.45 8.30 2.45 5.30 8.15 5.45 8.30 2.30 6.15 8.30 2.30 5.30 8.15 6.15 8.30 6.00 8.15 6.00 8.15

5.00 7.15 9.15 6.00 8.15 6.00 8.00

6.00 8.00

6.15 8.30

6.00 8.15

the Well Digger’s Daughter (pg) p21 resistance (pg) p19

baFta in Wales screening the Well Digger’s Daughter (pg) p21

the Well Digger’s Daughter (pg) p21 resistance (pg) p19 resistance (pg) p19 the Well Digger’s Daughter (pg) p21

6.15 8.30

6.00 8.30

6.15 8.30 6.15 8.15

tabloid (15) p20 2.30+6.00 Weekend (18) p20 8.15 Carry on screaming: the Well Digger’s...(pg) p21 11.00 the Well Digger’s Daughter (pg) p21 2.30+8.30 resistance (pg) p19 6.15 Music geek Monthly p14 3.30 the Well Digger’s Daughter (pg) p21 6.00 resistance (pg) p19 8.15 of time and the City (12a) p22 5.00 the Well Digger’s Daughter (pg) p21 7.00

Weekend (18) p20 tabloid (15) p20

Distant Voices, still Lives (15) p22 bad Film Club: undefeatable (18) p20 bad Film Club: Christmas… (ctba) p20 Chapter MovieMaker p20 secrecy (15) + Intro p20 the Lightbulb Conspiracy + Intro p21 tabloid (15) p20

tabloid (15) p20 Weekend (18) p20

Weekend (18) p20 tabloid (15) p20

the british guide to showing off (15) p19 the Ides of March (15) p19

cinema 2 • sinema 2




7.00 8.00


bridget Christie p15

In Chapters p15

on the edge: Free Folk p12




Festive Food Fair p9 11.00-6.00 anthony reynolds p12 8.00 butcher p13 8.00 boardgaming sunday p14 5.30 Fabler shakespeare readers p14 6.30

Viva Vitis Wine tasting p14 butcher p13

butcher p13

Canton social Media surgery p14 5.00

Cardiff storytelling Circle p14

Cabaret songs p11

Drones Comedy Club p14

theatre • theatr

Calendar • Calendr deCeMBer • rHaGFYr 2011

oh so Crafty p8 10.00-6.00

Paloma Varga Weisz: spirits of my Flesh, pp4+5

gallery • oriel

34 assembly: art in the bar: Dave bain: red Feather,

24 25 26 27

sat • sad 31

fri • gwe 30

thu • iau 29

wed • mer 28

sat • sad sun • sul mon • llun tue • maw

fri • gwe 23

thu • iau 22

wed • mer 21

tue • maw 20

mon • llun 19

sun • sul 18

sat • sad 17

fri • gwe 16

11.00 2.30 6.00 8.15 11.00 2.30+7.45 5.30 11.00 2.30 6.00 8.15 11.00 2.30 6.00 8.15

11.00 2.30+8.30 6.00 11.00+3.00 5.45 8.00 3.30 5.30 7.45 6.00 8.30 11.00 2.30 6.00 8.15 11.00 2.30 6.00 8.30 11.00 2.30+8.15 6.00 11.00 2.30+6.15 8.30 11.00+3.00

blood In the Mobile (12a) p24 tinker tailor soldier spy (15) p24

tinker tailor soldier spy (15) p24 Jane eyre (pg) p24

Jane eyre (pg) p24 tinker tailor soldier spy (15) p24

tinker tailor soldier spy (15) p24 Jane eyre (pg) p24

Jane eyre (pg) p24 tinker tailor soldier spy (15) p24

the Future (12a) p24 Jack goes boating (15) p21

Jack goes boating (15) p21 the Future (12a) p24

Jack goes boating (15) p21 the Future (12a) p24 the Future (12a) p24 Jack goes boating (15) p21

the terence Davies trilogy (15) p23 Jack goes boating (15) p21

Jack goes boating (15) p21 the Future (12a) p24

the Future (12a) p24 Jack goes boating (15) p21

please note: the stated film times represent the start of the adverts and trailers.

Carry on screaming: the Deep blue... (12a) p22 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 take shelter (15) p21 the adventures of tin tin (pg) p33 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 take shelter (15) p21 the Future (12a) p24 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 take shelter (15) p21 take shelter (15) + scisCreen event p21 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 the adventures of tin tin (pg) p33 the terence Davies trilogy (15) p23 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 take shelter (15) p21 the adventures of tin tin (pg) p33 Jack goes boating (15) p21 take shelter (15) p21 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 the adventures of tin tin (pg) p33 take shelter (15) p21 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 Carry on screaming: hugo 2D (ctba) p33 My Week With Marilyn (15) p25 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 hugo 2D (ctba) p33 Chapter Closed nadolig Llawen • Merry Christmas hugo 2D (ctba) p33 tinker tailor soldier spy (15) p24 My Week With Marilyn (15) p25 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 hugo 2D (ctba) p33 My Week With Marilyn (15) p25 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 hugo 2D (ctba) p33 Jane eyre (pg) p24 My Week With Marilyn (15) p25 the Deep blue sea (12a) p22 Carry on screaming: romantics... (12a) p26 hugo 2D (ctba) p33 My Week With Marilyn (15) p25 romantics anonymous (12a) p26 Chapter Closed sunday Jazz p14

the Wyrd santa p15 the utah bride p16 9.00

7.00 7.30

7.30 8.30

gallery closed

auDio Description. check website for details.

the utah bride p16 Drones Comedy Club p14

subtitleD screenings. check website for details.

5.30 7.30

5.45 8.30

5.45 8.15

5.45 8.30

6.00 8.30

6.15 8.30

6.15 8.15

6.15 8.15 6.15 8.30

5.00 7.30

6.00 8.00

6.15 8.15


sun • sul 15

sat • sad 14

fri • gwe 13

thu • iau 12

wed • mer 11

tue • maw 10

mon • llun 9

sun • sul 8

sat • sad 7

fri • gwe 6

thu • iau 5

wed • mer 4

tue • maw 3

sun • sul 1 mon • llun 2

blwyddyn newydd Dda • happy new year romantics anonymous (12a) p26 My Week With Marilyn (15) p25 hugo 2D (ctba) p33 romantics anonymous (12a) p26 My Week With Marilyn (15) p25 hugo 2D (ctba) p33 My Week With Marilyn (15) p25 romantics anonymous (12a) p26 hugo 2D (ctba) p33 tinker tailor soldier spy (15) p24 My Week With Marilyn (15) p25 romantics anonymous (12a) p26 Carry on screaming: blood In the... (12a) p24 We have a Pope (ctba) p26 the rum Diary (15) p26 happy Feet 2 2D (u) p33 the rum Diary (15) p26 We have a Pope (ctba) p26 the rum Diary (15) p26 the great White silence (u) + short with music p27 We have a Pope (ctba) p26 the rum Diary (15) + adaptations p26 We have a Pope (ctba) p26 the great White silence (u) + short with music p27 We have a Pope (ctba) p26 the rum Diary (15) p26 the rum Diary (15) + adaptations p26 Inni (u) p28 We have a Pope (ctba) p26 sWDFas Lecture p14 We have a Pope (ctba) p26 the rum Diary (15) p26 Carry on screaming: tbC the Lady (ctba) p29 the awakening (15) p29 Puss In boots 2D (u) p33 the awakening (15) p29 the Lady (ctba) p29 the silence (15) p31

cinema 1 • sinema 1

6.15 8.15 11.00 2.30+8.15 6.00 11.00 2.30+8.15 6.15 11.00 2.30 6.00 8.15 11.00 2.30+6.00 8.15 11.00+3.00 6.00 8.30 2.15 5.00 8.30 6.00 8.30 2.30 6.00 8.15 2.30 6.15 8.15 2.00 6.00 8.15 11.00 2.30+5.30 8.30 11.00+3.00 5.45 8.00 2.30 the human Centipede 1 (18) p30

Dreams of a Life (12a) p30 the silence (15) p31

the silence (15) p31 Dreams of a Life (12a) p30

the Magic trip (15) p28 oslo, 31st august (15) p29

baFta in Wales screening the Magic trip (15) p28

oslo, 31st august (15) p29 the Magic trip (15) p28 the Magic trip (15) p28 oslo, 31st august (15) p29

the Magic trip (15) p28 bad Film Club: Fighting Mad p20

the Magic trip (15) p28 oslo, 31st august (15) p29

oslo, 31st august (15) p29 the Magic trip (15) p28

tinker tailor soldier spy (15) p24 blood In the Mobile (12a) p24

blood In the Mobile (12a) p24 tinker tailor soldier spy (15) p24

Chapter MovieMaker p20 tinker tailor soldier spy (15) p24 tinker tailor soldier spy (15) p24 blood In the Mobile (12a) p24

cinema 2 • sinema 2


6.00 8.00

6.00 8.30

2.30+6.15 8.30

6.00 8.30

6.15 8.15 6.15 8.30

5.30 8.00

6.15 8.30

6.15 8.30

5.45 8.30

6.00 8.00

6.00 8.30 5.45 8.30

Calendar • Calendr JanUarY • IOnaWr 2011





Fabler shakespeare readers p14 6.30

assembly Women p16

assembly Women p16

boardgaming sunday p14

go Faster stripe: robin Ince p15 7.30+9.00

Drones Comedy Club p14

theatre • theatr

Paloma Varga Weisz: spirits of my Flesh, pp4+5

gallery • oriel

36 assembly: art in the bar: Dave bain: red Feather, p6

tue • maw 31

mon • llun 30

sun • sul 29

sat • sad 28

fri • gwe 27

thu • iau 26

wed • mer 25

tue • maw 24

mon • llun 23

sun • sul 22

sat • sad 21

fri • gwe 20

thu • iau 19

wed • mer 18

tue • maw 17

mon • llun 16

5.00 8.15 5.30 8.30 2.30 5.45 8.00 2.30+5.30 8.30 2.30+5.45 8.00 11.00 2.30+6.00 8.15 11.00+3.00 6.00 8.15 2.45 5.00 7.30 6.00 8.15 2.30 6.30 8.30 2.30 6.00 8.15 2.30+6.00 8.15 11.00 2.30+6.00 8.30 11.00+3.00 5.45 8.30 2.15 5.00 7.15 6.00 8.15 2.30 6.00 8.30 tatsumi (ctba) p32 Las acacias (12a) p32 Las acacias (12a) p32 tatsumi (ctba) p32

Las acacias (12a) p32 tatsumi (ctba) p32

tatsumi (ctba) p32 Las acacias (12a) p32

surviving Life (15) p32 kill all redneck Pricks p28 Las acacias (12a) p32 tatsumi (ctba) p32

nbCQ: Junkhearts (15) + Q&a p31 surviving Life (15) p32

kill all redneck Pricks p28 surviving Life (15) p32 surviving Life (15) p32 red Dog (pg) p31

surviving Life (15) p32 red Dog (pg) p31

two Lane blacktop (15) p28 surviving Life (15) p32

anyone Can Play guitar p28 the silence (15) p31 the silence (15) p31 anyone Can Play guitar p28 surviving Life (15) p32 two Lane blacktop (15) p28

Dreams of a Life (12a) p30 the silence (15) p31 the silence (15) p31 Dreams of a Life (12a) p30

the human Centipede 2 (18) p30

please note: the stated film times represent the start of the adverts and trailers.

Fitzcarraldo (pg) p27 the Lady (ctba) p29 the Lady (ctba) p29 the awakening (15) p29 Fitzcarraldo (pg) p27 the awakening (15) p29 the Lady (ctba) p29 the Lady (ctba) p29 the awakening (15) p29 the awakening (15) p29 the Lady (ctba) p29 Carry on screaming: red Dog (pg) p31 shame (18) p30 red Dog (pg) p31 alvin and the Chipmunks (ctba) p33 red Dog (pg) p31 shame (18) p30 two Lane blacktop (15) p28 nosferatu the Vampyre (15) p27 shame (18) p30 shame (18) p30 red Dog (pg) p31 nosferatu the Vampyre (15) p27 Pecha kucha p7 shame (18) p30 shame (18) p30 shame (18) + Come along Do p30 red Dog (pg) p31 red Dog (pg) p31 shame (18) p30 Carry on screaming: Las acacias (12a) p32 the Iron Lady (ctba) p32 shame (18) p30 happy Feet 2 2D (u) the Iron Lady (ctba) p32 shame (18) p30 the Iron Lady (ctba) p32 aguirre, the Wrath of god (pg) p27 shame (18) p30 shame (18) p30 the Iron Lady (ctba) p32 aguirre, the Wrath of god (pg) p27 the Iron Lady (ctba) p32 shame (18) p30 8.00




8.00 8.30


arc Vertiac, p7

auDio Description. check website for details.

the echo Chamber p16

the echo Chamber p16

Music geek Monthly p14

teifi emerald: Wild p17

teifi emerald: Wild p17 Drones Comedy Club p14

sunday Jazz p14

subtitleD screenings. check website for details.

6.15 8.15 6.15 8.15

6.15 8.15

6.15 8.15

6.15 8.30 6.15 8.15

6.00 8.30

6.15 8.30 6.00 8.15

5.30 8.00

6.15 8.30

6.00 8.30 6.00 8.30 6.15 8.30

6.00 8.00 6.00 8.30


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ar y ffôn galwch ar 029 2030 4400. Rydym yn derbyn y prif gardiau credyd. Galwch heibio mae’n Swyddfa Docynnau ar agor Llun-Sad 11.00am — 8.30pm; Sul 3.00 — 8.30pm Drwy’r post Chapter Rhadbost, RLYX-RTEBKYAL, Caerdydd CF5 1ZZ Danfonwch siec yn daladwy i Chapter gan ddweud pa docynnau rydych eu heisiau. ar-lein: consesiynau: Fyfyrwyr, pobl dros 60 oed, plant, pobl ddi‑waith, pobl anabl, Aelodau a deiliaid Cardiau Chapter. Bydd angen prawf eich bod yn gymwys. archebion grŵp: prynwch 8 tocyn a chael y 9fed am ddim. Noder • dim ond un gostyngiad a ganiateir ar yr un achlysur • rydym yn croesawu archebu o flaen llaw ond ni allwn gadw tocynnau • mae’n bosib y gwrthodir mynediad i hwyrddyfodiaid

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. by post to Chapter Freepost, RLYX-RTEBKYAL, Cardiff CF5 1ZZ. Send us a cheque made payable to Chapter with details of the tickets you require. online: 24/7 booking at concessions: The concessionary rate applies to students, over 60s, children, unemployed, disabled people, MAX card, Chapter Members 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

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before 5pm • Cyn 5pm £4.00 (£3.50) £3.00 (£2.50) £2.50 (£2.00)

From 5pm • o 5pm ymlaen £7.30 (£6.60) £5.50 (£4.80) £4.50 (£4.00)

Advanced/online prices in brackets. Prisiau ymlaen llaw/ar-lein mewn cromfachau. NB: Advanced = any time before the day of the screening.

Market Road, Canton, Cardiff CF5 1QE Heol y Farchnad, Treganna, Caerdydd, CF5 1QE

029 2030 4400 •

Mae Chapter yn gwerthfawrogi’r gefnogaeth a dderbynia gan y canlynol Chapter gratefully acknowledges the support it receives from the following:

The Foundation for Sport and the Arts

The Community Foundation in Wales Y Sefydliad Cymunedol yng Nghymru

the baring foundation, garfield Weston foundation, foyle foundation, trusthouse charitable foundation, the Welsh broadcasting trust, Jane hodge foundation, simon gibson charitable trust, garrick charitable trust, singapore international foundation, the millennium stadium charitable trust, ceredigion community fund ,the steel charitable trust, gibbs charitable trust, oakdale trust, coutts charitable trust, bruce Wake charity, finnis scott foundation, follett trust chapter is a recipient of a google grant award

a’r holl unigolion hynny sydd wedi ein cefnogi’n hael drwy gydol y gwaith ailwampio a thu hwnt and all those individuals who have generously supported us through the redevelopment and beyond

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Lleolir Chapter yn Nhreganna, y tu ôl i Cowbridge Road East, rhwng Heol Llandaf a Heol y Farchnad. Mae’n hawdd ein cyrraedd o ganol y ddinas. Ar ôl 6pm mae llefydd parcio ychwanegol ar gael ym maes parcio Gwasanaethau Dysgu Cymunedol Caerdydd sydd yn ymyl maes parcio Chapter. Uchod gwelir meysydd parcio eraill cyfagos. Mae bysus rhif 17, 18 a 33 yn gadael Canol y Ddinas bob pum munud. ar yr M4 o’r dwyrain: Dewch oddi ar y draffordd ar gyffordd 29 gan ddilyn yr A48; wedi 6 milltir cymerwch y tro bychan i’r chwith ar yr A4119/ Mill Lane; yna’r chwith ar Ffordd Caerdydd; ewch yn eich blaen ar y B4267/Ffordd Llandaf; wedi 300m trowch i’r dde ar Market Place; a’r dde nesaf ar Heol y Farchnad; mae maes parcio Chapter ar y dde. ar yr M4 o’r gorllewin: Dewch oddi ar y draffordd ar gyffordd 33 a dilynwch yr arwyddion ar gyfer yr A4232; wedi 6.3 milltir dewch oddi ar y ffordd ar Ffordd Lecwydd, tuag at Stadiwm newydd Clwb Pêl-Droed Caerdydd; ewch yn eich blaen ac yna trowch i’r chwith ar Cowbridge Road East; mae Heol y Farchnad ar y dde; mae maes parcio Chapter ar y dde.

Chapter is situated in Canton, behind Cowbridge Road East, between Llandaff Road and Market Road. We are easily accessible from the city centre. Overflow car parking is available after 6pm at Cardiff Community Learning Services adjacent to the car park at Chapter. Alternative nearby car parks are shown above. Number 17, 18 and 33 buses leave every five minutes from the City Centre. From the east on M4: Take exit 29 onto the A48; after 6 miles turn slight left onto A4119/ Mill Lane; then left onto Cardiff Road; continue straight onto B4267/Llandaff Rd; after 300m turn right onto Market Place; take next right onto Market Road; Chapter car park is on the right. From the west on M4: Take exit 33 and follow signs onto A4232; after 6.3 miles exit onto Leckwith Rd, towards the new Cardiff City Stadium; keep straight until turning left onto Cowbridge Road E; Market Rd is on your right; Chapter car park is on the right.

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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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