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SCREEN MAY – JUNE 2018

ALL FILMS

Films include Star Wars Special

Award Season Rewind Family Films NT Live

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£5 EXCEPT NT LIVE

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Your name here Name a seat in the auditorium for someone special from £150. Ask at the box office or email events@onfife.com for details.

Your cinema in Kirkcaldy Sit back, relax and enjoy a selection of exciting films and special screenings this Spring at the Adam Smith Theatre. With a rewind of the awards season, family screenings on Sundays and two fantastic productions from NT Live, there’s lots to look forward to.

Eat and drink Our recently refurbished cafe serves a selection of hot and cold drinks, cakes, soups and sandwiches. You can also enjoy a tasty hotdog from our Rollover stand, on hand before selected screenings which you can take into the auditorium during the film.

Accessibility We are committed to captioned screenings in a selection of our film programme, where we have been able to do so. These are marked in our programme with Captioned. To discuss any access requirements, please get in touch.

How to book Films can be booked online at onfife.com (a minimum of 24 hours before the screening), in person, or by calling our box office on 01592 583 302.

For details of all film and theatre events on at Adam Smith Theatre, Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, Lochgelly Centre and Rothes Halls, Glenrothes go to www.onfife.com. For feedback and suggestions for the film programme, email boxoffice.adamsmith@onfife.com

Digital Equipment Funded by Fife Council’s Capital Grant Scheme

ON at Adam Smith Theatre is part of Fife Cultural Trust. Company limited by guarantee (incorporated in Scotland) Company Number: SC415704. Scottish Charity Number: SCO43442.


Wed 2 May 11am (Captioned) & 7.30pm

Finding Your Feet Rating 12A I Running Time 2h 10min I UK I 2018 Directed by Richard Loncraine Starring Imelda Staunton, Celia Imrie, Timothy Spall, Joanna Lumley

Put a Spring into your step with this feel-good tale of self-improvement. When Lady Sandra Abbot (Stuanton) discovers her husband is having an affair, she hops it to London to stay with her sister Bif (Imrie). The pair take up dance classes, and Sandra soon finds her confidence is restored by Bif’s eccentric friends, played by a host of famous faces in British theatre and television.

Fri 4 May 6pm

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Rating 12A I Running Time 3h I USA I 2017 Directed by Rian Johnston Starring Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Laura Dern

Get comfy this May and bring the family to the latest instalment of the Star Wars saga. Dress up as your favourite characters from the saga, bring a blanket and settle down for the last opportunity to see the new film in the cinema. Re-join the heroes of The Force Awakens as they team up with galactic legends in an epic adventure through time and space. Hot Dogs will be served before the film.

Sun 6 May 11am

Postman Pat The Movie Rating U I Running Time 2h I UK I 2014 Directed by Mike Disa With the voices of Stephen Mangan, Rupert Grint, Ronan Keating

Join the nation’s favourite postman, Jess the cat and the gang for an animated adventure. Pat enters a TV talent show, which sees him singing on international stages. But will robotic imposters threaten the future of Pat’s native Greendale, or will he manage to stop them before it’s too late?

Sun 6 May 7.30pm

Black Panther Rating 12A I Running Time 2h 15min I USA I 2018 Directed by Ryan Coogler Starring Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman

Relive the film which took the box office by storm this year on the big screen. Follow T’Challa as he returns home to the futuristic African nation of Wakanda to claim his throne. But all is not as it seems – an old enemy reappears to challenge T’Challa’s kingdom and life itself.


Tue 8 May 7.30pm (Captioned)

Unrest Rating 12A I Running Time 1h 30min I USA I 2017 Directed by Jennifer Brea

Directed by and starring Jennifer Brea, this emotive documentary follows Brea’s journey to understand and come to terms with ME, or chronic fatigue syndrome. A Q&A with the director follows the screening. Part of The Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival 2018.

Thu 10 May 7pm

NT Live: MacBeth (Encore) Rating 15 I Running Time 2h I UK I 2018 Directed by Rufus Norris Starring Anne Marie Duff, Rory Kinnear

The aftermath of a ruined civil war – fighting to survive, the Macbeths will do anything to maintain power and take the crown. And we mean anything. Direct from The Bridge Theatre in London, this National Theatre production will see Shakespeare’s dark classic adapted for modern audiences. Tickets £12.50/£10 concessions.

Fri 11 May 7.30pm

Jumanji II: Welcome To The Jungle Rating 12A I Running Time 1h 59min I USA I 2018 Directed by Jake Kasdan Starring Dwayne Johnston, Karen Gillan, Jack Black

Twenty three years after the original Jumanji (which starred Robin Williams and a young Kirsten Dunst) and taking inspiration from Chris Van Allsburg’s 1981 fantasy novel of the same name, this follow up sees four teenagers become players in an adventurous video game. To return home, they must overcome the game’s magical power and defeat the evil forces that exist in the jungle.

Sun 20 May 11am

Peter Rabbit Rating U I Running Time 1h 35min I UK/Australia I 2018 Directed by Will Gluck With the voices of Rose Byrne, Margot Robbie, Domhnall Gleeson, James Corden

Join Peter in his first full length animated feature film, adapted from the poplar Beatrix Potter series. Will pesky Peter and his floppy eared pals ever be free from the rabbit-hating Mr McGregor and win the affection of the animal lover who lives next door? Join us down the rabbit hole to find out!


Mon 21 May 11am (Captioned) & 7.30pm

The Greatest Showman Rating PG I Running Time 1h 45min I USA I 2018 Directed by Michael Gracey Starring Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Zac Efron

Nominated for an Oscar and winner of a Golden Globe, this original musical celebrates the birth and imagination of a true visionary in circus and performance who became a worldwide sensation. Inspired by showman P.T. Barnum, don’t miss another chance to see the film on the big screen.

Wed 23 May 11am (Captioned) & 7.30pm

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Rating 12A I Running Time 1h 55min I USA I 2017 Directed by Martin McDonagh Starring Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson, Sam Rockwell

Winning the Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, Frances McDormand’s portrayal of Mildred Hays is sure to go down in the history of cinema. Mildred is on the search for answers in her daughter’s murder case, and heightens tensions with the local police by painting controversial signs on the way into town. Oh, and look out for the turtle.

Sun 17 Jun 11am

Coco Rating PG I Running Time 1h 45min I USA I 2017 Directed by Lee Unkrich With the voices of Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Alanna Ubach

Despite an age old ban on music, Miguel dreams of becoming a top musician. Finding himself in the fun filled Land of the Dead and following an unexpected journey, he tries to prove his talents to a range of charming characters. Alongside the mischievous Hector, he sets out of a mission to find out the real story behind his family’s history.


Mon 18 Jun 7pm

NT Live: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-time (Encore) Rating 15 I Running Time 2h 20min I UK I 2018 Directed by Marianne Elliot

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time returns to selected international cinemas in 2018. Captured live from the National Theatre in London, this critically acclaimed production directed by Marianne Elliot (Angels in America, War Horse) has astonished audiences around the world and has received seven Olivier and five Tony Awards®. Tickets £12.50/£10 concessions.

Wed 27 Jun 11am (Captioned) & 7.30pm

The Post Rating 12A I Running Time 1h 56min I USA I 2017 Directed by Steven Spielberg Starring Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson

With 15 wins and 97 nominations since its release, Streep’s portrayal of America’s first feisty female newspaper publisher Kay Graham is another role set for the record books. A cover-up that spanned four U.S. Presidents, the rift between press and government escalates in this real-life war of words.

Thu 28 Jun 11am (Captioned) & 7.30pm

Darkest Hour Rating 12A I Running Time 2h 5min I UK I 2017 Directed by Joe Wright Starring Gary Oldman, Lily James, Kristin Scott Thomas

Winning Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role at the Oscars, Gary Oldman’s portrayal of the late British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was a further high-point in the awards season. The fate of Western Europe hangs on the Prime Minister’s actions, who must choose whether to negotiate with Adolf Hitler or fight on.

HELLO AGAIN! Our café bar is now open after a period of refurbishment, serving a selection of soup, sandwiches and cakes and our new blend of coffee, Lang Spoon Coffee, with all profits from sales reinvested into ONFife.

Monday – Saturday 10am – 3pm Friday and Saturday 6pm – 11pm And from one hour before performances


At a Glance Wed 2 May 11am (Captioned) & 7.30pm

Finding Your Feet (12A)

Fri 4 May 6pm

Star Wars: The Last Jedi (12A)

Sun 6 May 11am

Postman Pat The Movie (U)

Sun 6 May 7.30pm

Black Panther (12A)

Tue 8 May 7.30pm

Unrest (with Q&A) (12A)

Thu 10 May 7pm

NT Live: MacBeth (15)

Fri 11 May 7.30pm

Jumanji II: Welcome To The Jungle (12A)

Sun 20 May 11am

Peter Rabbit (PG)

Mon 21 May 11am (Captioned) & 7.30pm

The Greatest Showman (PG)

Wed 23 May 11am (Captioned) & 7.30pm

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (12A)

Sun 17 Jun 11am

Coco (PG)

Mon 18 Jun 7pm

NT Live: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-time (15)

Wed 27 Jun 11am (Captioned) & 7.30pm

The Post (12A)

Thu 28 Jun 11am (Captioned) & 7.30pm

Darkest Hour (12A)

All Tickets £5 (except NT Live) BENNOCHY ROAD, KIRKCALDY KY11ET BOX OFFICE TEL 01592 583302

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ON Screen May-June 2018  

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ON Screen May-June 2018  

View our full programme of what's ON Screen at Adam Smith Theatre this Spring.

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