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31 Frankenstein

(12A)

Dir: Paolo Sorrentino, Italy/ France, 2013, subtitled, 141 mins

23 & 24 Cherchez Hortense (12A)

23, 28 & 29 The Great Beauty (cert tbc)

19 & 20 The World’s End (15)

22 Hamlet

17 Turandot

17, 18 & 21 What Maisie Knew (15)

16 & 18 Breathe In (15)

16 Don Quixote

13 Morrissey 25: Live

14 & 15 The Mortal Instruments (cert tbc)

Aha - it’s Norwich’s finest radio DJ! Steve Coogan and Armando Ianucci share the writing credits for the much anticipated big screen appearance of Alan Partridge – and it turns out that all is not well at North Norwich Digital, as Alan finds himself involved in a siege situation… Also featuring Anna Maxwell Martin.

swim and your soul roar.’ The Telegraph (5 stars) Rome, the eternal city, forever beautiful. Today’s Rome is a city of contrasts, high life and low life intermingling as writers and thinkers, strippers and models, cardinals and nuns all rub shoulders. Against this backdrop an ageing writer (Toni Servillo) thinks back over his life, recollecting lost love and missed opportunities.

26 The Tempest (PG)

Dir: Declan Lowney, UK, 2013, 90 mins

25 The Big City (U)

Alan Partridge Alpha Papa (15)

28 & 29 The Smurfs 2 (U)

Thurs 10 & Fri 11 Oct, 7.30pm

26 Othello

‘opulent, intoxicating… an inky-black satire on la dolce vita.’ The Guardian ‘a shimmering coup de cinema to make your heart burst, your mind

30 & 31 Planes (U)

Mon 14 & Tues 15 Oct, 7.30pm

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (15)

10 & 11 Alan Partridge Alpha Papa (15) 8 & 9 Call Girl (18) 3 Mephistophele 1 & 2 Blancanieves (12A)

The Smurfs 2 (U)

Dir: Raja Gosnell, USA, 2013, 104 mins

Smurfette has been kidnapped! And it’s up to the rest of the Smurfs to team up with their human friends to rescue her.

Thurs 17, Fri 18 & Mon 21 Oct, 7.30pm

What Maisie Knew (15)

Dirs: Scott McGehee/David Siegel, USA, 2012, 99 mins

Tues 22 Oct, 7pm

Hamlet

A ‘delayed live’ performance from the National Theatre shown on our cinema screen, starring Rory Kinnear as Hamlet, with Clare Higgins and Patrick Malahide. Tickets £15/£14

Wed 30 & Thurs 31 Oct, 2pm

Planes (U)

Dir: Klay Hall, USA, 2013, 91mins

The latest Pixar animation features Dusty, a cropdusting plane who dreams of competing in a famous aerial race. The problem? He is hopelessly afraid of heights. But all is not lost! With the help of Skipper and a host of new friends, Dusty sets off to make his dreams come true. Thurs 31 Oct, 7pm

Frankenstein

The acclaimed production recorded at the National Theatre in 2011 and shown on our cinema screen, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller. Tickets £15/£14

Coming Soon

Films Films Films

Elysium, The Artist and the Model, Rush

September & October

Tickets may be purchased in advance and specific seats allocated, payment required when booking. Stalls: £6/£5.50 concessions, £4 for under 12s Balcony: £7/£6.50 concs, £5 for under 12s. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. All tickets are non-refundable. Please note • films commence at the stated start time (the ads and trailers are shown before the start time). latecomers may be refused entrance once projection has • commenced to avoid disturbing other customers. We may allocate seats at the rear of the auditorium if available. • if you come to see a film without booking, it is really helpful if you bring cash to pay for your tickets. Our card machine is very slow and long queues can build up surprisingly quickly. Thank you! Assistive listening sets are available for all films, ask Box Office for a loop/earpiece. Audio description is available for some films - ask Box Office for details

Ultra surround sound - large screen licensed bar - accessible facilities We have a full programme of live shows, workshops and regular activities, see our website for details.

Book online

www.ludlowassemblyrooms.co.uk Box Office 01584 878141

Supported by the National Lottery through the BFI and Creative England

100% sustainable design by www.thinkgraphic.co.uk

Shakespeare’s play is triumphantly translated to the big screen, with a twist – Prospero becomes Prospera, played by Helen Mirren. There’s vengeance, forgiveness, romance, tragicomedy and the supernatural in the Bard’s mystical thriller, also starring Felicity Jones as Miranda, Ben Whishaw as Ariel, and Djimon Hounsou as Caliban, with Tom Conti, Chris Cooper and David Strathairn. Screened as part of the Shakespeare Film Festival, for details see www.friendsofludlowartsfestival.org.uk

October 2013

Dir: Julie Taymor, USA, 2010, 106 mins

September 2013

The Tempest (PG)

Mon 28 & Tues 29 Oct, 2pm

Henry James’s celebrated story is relocated to contemporary Manhattan, but the theme remains the same – a bitter parental bustup is seen through the eyes of Maisie, their six-year-old daughter. Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan are excellent as the selfish, self-centred parents, and Onata Aprile is enchanting as Maisie. Also featuring Alexander Skarsgård.

2 & 3 Man of Steel (12A)

Sat 26 Oct, 7.30pm

Family • Family • Family • Family

‘proof that the genius of Henry James lives on and does not have to be limited to costume drama.’ Eye for Film

4 & 5 Out in the Dark (15)

Petipa’s ballet with music by Minkus, starring Carlos Acosta, streamed LIVE from the Royal Opera House to our cinema screen. Tickets £16/£15

4, 5 & 7 The Lone Ranger (12A)

Don Quixote

6 & 7 The Bling Ring (15)

Wed 16 Oct, 7.15pm

9 & 10 The Deep (12A)

Dir: Harald Zwart, USA/Germany, 2013,130mins

Lily Collins stars as Clary Fay, an ordinary girl who makes a terrifying discovery that changes her whole life – demons are real, and she has the power to slay them! Based on the best-selling series of books by Cassandra Clare.

11 & 14 We Steal Secrets (15)

OCTOBER

(La Grande Bellazza)

28 & 30 Frances Ha (15)

The Great Beauty

Box Office 01584 878141 1 Mill Street • Ludlow SY8 1AZ www.ludlowassemblyrooms.co.uk

Wed 23, Mon 28 & Tues 29 Oct, 7.30pm

The Lone Ranger


Man of Steel (12A)

Dir: Zack Snyder, USA/Canada/UK, 2013, 144 mins

September

SEPTEMBER

The special effects are stupendous in this super-hero story of Clark Kent, who arrives from Planet Krypton as a baby. Now he has to defend the world from annihilation when members of his race, led by the evil General Zod, invade the earth. Starring Henry Cavill, with Amy Adams, Russell Crowe, Michael Shannon and Kevin Costner.

Wed 11 & Sat 14 Sept, 7.30pm

We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks (15) Dir: Alex Gibney, USA, 2013, 130 mins

‘pacey and accessible, incorporating smart graphics and animation and a suspenseful score…a tremendously fascinating story told with probing insight and complexity.’ The Hollywood Reporter A meticulously researched documentary that unfolds like a thriller as it details the creation of the controversial WikiLeaks website, the sensational leaks it was responsible for, and the rise and fall of founder Julian Assange. Friday 13 September, 7.30pm

Morrissey 25: Live

Morrisey’s most intimate gig in decades, recorded in LA in March and shown on our cinema screen. Tickets £10

Tues 1 & Wed 2 Oct, 7.30pm

Blancanieves (12A)

Dir: Pablo Berger, Spain/France/Belgium, 2012, 102 mins

Mon 23 & Tues 24 Sept, 7.30pm

Cherchez Hortense (12A) Dir: Pascal Bonitzer, France, 2012, subtitled, 100 mins

In this very French comedy Iva (Kristin Scott Thomas) asks a favour of her husband Damien, to help out a friend. He’s particularly reluctant because it will involve petitioning help from his powerful father, with whom he doesn’t get along. In this case he may be wise to hesitate, because this task will turn his life upside down. Also starring JeanPierre Bacri, and Isabelle Carré (Romantics Anonymous).

Classic

Wed 25 Sept, 7.30pm

Wed 4 & Thurs 5 Sept, 7.30pm

Out in the Dark (15)

The Bling Ring (15) Dir: Sofia Coppola, USA/UK/Germany/France/ Japan, 2013, 90 mins

‘an incisive critique of Hollywood materialism and a cautionary fable about teen amorality and Facebook-era narcissism.’ Vanity Fair Based on actual events, this is the story of a bunch of fame-obsessed LA teens who Google their target celebs (Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan et al) to find out where they live, then break in and liberate their gorgeous designer clothes, shoes and jewellery. Starring Emma Watson (sporting a perfect American accent), Katie Chang and Israel Broussard.

Mon 9 & Tues 10 Sept, 7.30pm

The Deep (Djúpið) (12A)

Dir: Baltasar Kormákur, Iceland, 2012, subtitled, 93 mins

‘The stunning cinematography captures the extreme variety of the landscape and the constant threat posed by the freezing conditions.’ Sight on Sound This gripping true story of a modern Icelandic legend wonderfully captures the elemental nature of Iceland. In 1984 a fishing boat sinks off the coast of Iceland in waters so cold that the chance of survival is very slim; the only option for the fishermen is to swim for it – is it possible that, against all the odds, anyone will make it?

Dir: Satyajit Ray, India, 1963, some subtitles, 130 mins

Dir: Drake Doremus,

‘Mayer’s elegant storytelling probes social taboos and builds to a thrilling final act. By turns dynamic, dangerous and bursting with passion…a stark, swoonsome romantic drama.’ Total Film

Fri 6 & Sat 7 Sept, 7.30pm

(Mahanagar) (U)

Breathe In (15)

Dir: Michael Mayer, Israel/USA/Palestine, 2012, subtitled, 96 mins

Nimr is an ambitious Palestinian student who dreams of moving abroad. One fateful night in Tel Aviv he meets Roy, a young Israeli lawyer, and they fall for each other. As their relationship deepens they are confronted with harsh realities – a Palestinian society that refuses to accept that Nimr is gay, and an Israeli society that rejects him for his nationality. As danger threatens, Nimr may be forced to choose between the life he longs for, and his love for Roy.

The Big City

Mon 16 & Wed 18 Sept, 7.30pm

‘One of the most rewarding screen experiences of our time. There is not a person who would not identify immediately and deeply with the characters; I

USA, 2013, 97 mins

‘Felicity Jones strikes exactly the right note as a young musician enchanting Guy Pearce in this captivating film.’ 4 stars The Guardian The humdrum life of an unfulfilled music teacher and his family is pulled apart by the arrival of a visitor with exceptional musical talent. When Sophie, an English exchange student, arrives in America, she’s warmly welcomed by her host family, but her presence challenges the dynamics of the family’s relationships, and alters their lives forever. Tues 17 Sept, 7.15pm

Turandot

Puccini’s opera streamed LIVE from the ROH to our cinema screen. Tickets £16/£15

warmly encourage you to see it.’ Roger Ebert A simple story, beautifully told. Arati is a young housewife who lives with her husband, children and in-laws in 1950s Calcutta. Money is short, and finally Arati has to go out to work. While she gradually discovers her individuality and strength, her new role challenges traditional values and causes all sorts of problems at home. Thurs 26 Sept, 7pm

Othello

A major new production of Shakespeare’s play streamed LIVE from the National Theatre to our cinema screen, starring Adrian Lester and Rory Kinnear. Tickets £15/£14

October OCTOBER

Matinée: Mon 2 Sept, 2pm Mon 2 & Tues 3 Sept, 7.30pm

‘there’s pure inspiration, unfakeable and unmistakable, in this extraordinarily enjoyable film.’ The Guardian (5 stars) ‘a wonderment, urged along by a full-throated romantic score – striking and visually stunning.’ Roger Ebert ‘a love letter to 1920s European silent film, liberally mixing humor and melodrama.’ The Hollywood Reporter If you enjoyed The Artist, don’t miss this black and white silent film, a dazzling reworking of the Snow White story (definitely for grown-ups), set in 1920s Seville. With fiery drama and humour, Carmen vies with an evil step-mother who is out to kill her. She is saved by a troupe of bull-fighting dwarves, and then discovers her own sensational talent for bullfighting. Thurs 3 Oct, 7.30pm

Mephistophele

Boito’s opera streamed LIVE from the San Francisco Opera House to our cinema screen. Tickets £16/£15

We’ve teamed up with Strutt and Parker to put on a special charity screening. There will be a £4 supplement to see the screening on Fri 4 Oct which will go to Great Ormond Street Hospital for children. Fri 4 Oct, 7.30pm – special charity screening (£4 supplement) Sat 5 & Mon 7 Oct, 7.30pm

The Lone Ranger (12A) Dir: Gore Verbinski, USA, 2013, 149 mins

‘Real storytelling, well thought-out and beautifully executed, with excitement, laughs and fun to make you feel seven years old again.’ Empire The Lone Ranger rides again! And with Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski in charge, you can be sure that this will be a right rollicking adventure of the Old West, as seen through the eyes of native American Tonto (Johnny Depp), the Lone Ranger’s trusty sidekick. Starring Armie Hammer, with Helena Bonham Carter, Ruth Wilson and Tom Wilkinson. Tues 8 & Wed 9 Oct, 7.30pm

Call Girl (18) Thurs 19 & Fri 20 Sept, 7.30pm

The World’s End (15) Dir: Edgar Wright, 109 mins

‘what a pleasure, what a sugar rush…I laughed and laughed…a slick, high-spirited blast of jokes.’ Miranda Sawyer (The Observer) The third of the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy (following Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz), this movie features a group of old friends whose legendary pub-crawl is interrupted when they get into a fight with intergalactic sci-fi replicants. The apocalypse is nigh – and this lot are mankind’s last hope….. Starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, Rosamund Pike, Eddie Marsan and Paddy Considine.

Sat 28 & Mon 30 Sept, 7.30pm

Frances Ha (15)

Dir: Noah Baumbach, USA, 2012, 86 mins

‘Filled with such a sweet spirit of joy.’ The New Yorker ‘Greta Gerwig is at her incandescent best.’ Washington Post Greta Gerwig is brilliant as Frances, who lives in New York and continually throws herself headlong into her dreams. Even when they don’t work out (which is mostly), she continues to live her life with lightness and joy. A touching and very funny portrait of friendship, and one person’s struggle to find her place in a tough and unpredictable world.

Dir: Mikael Marcimain, Sweden/Norway/ Finland/Ireland, 2012, subtitled, 140 mins

From the director of several Wallander episodes, this stylish Swedish thriller is set in Stockholm, during the age of ABBA. It’s based on the true story of a scandal involving the top echelons of politicians who, while congratulating themselves for their enlightened policies towards women’s lib, are taking advantage of underage girls. What they don’t anticipate is the tables being turned…


Man of Steel (12A)

Dir: Zack Snyder, USA/Canada/UK, 2013, 144 mins

September

SEPTEMBER

The special effects are stupendous in this super-hero story of Clark Kent, who arrives from Planet Krypton as a baby. Now he has to defend the world from annihilation when members of his race, led by the evil General Zod, invade the earth. Starring Henry Cavill, with Amy Adams, Russell Crowe, Michael Shannon and Kevin Costner.

Wed 11 & Sat 14 Sept, 7.30pm

We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks (15) Dir: Alex Gibney, USA, 2013, 130 mins

‘pacey and accessible, incorporating smart graphics and animation and a suspenseful score…a tremendously fascinating story told with probing insight and complexity.’ The Hollywood Reporter A meticulously researched documentary that unfolds like a thriller as it details the creation of the controversial WikiLeaks website, the sensational leaks it was responsible for, and the rise and fall of founder Julian Assange. Friday 13 September, 7.30pm

Morrissey 25: Live

Morrisey’s most intimate gig in decades, recorded in LA in March and shown on our cinema screen. Tickets £10

Tues 1 & Wed 2 Oct, 7.30pm

Blancanieves (12A)

Dir: Pablo Berger, Spain/France/Belgium, 2012, 102 mins

Mon 23 & Tues 24 Sept, 7.30pm

Cherchez Hortense (12A) Dir: Pascal Bonitzer, France, 2012, subtitled, 100 mins

In this very French comedy Iva (Kristin Scott Thomas) asks a favour of her husband Damien, to help out a friend. He’s particularly reluctant because it will involve petitioning help from his powerful father, with whom he doesn’t get along. In this case he may be wise to hesitate, because this task will turn his life upside down. Also starring JeanPierre Bacri, and Isabelle Carré (Romantics Anonymous).

Classic

Wed 25 Sept, 7.30pm

Wed 4 & Thurs 5 Sept, 7.30pm

Out in the Dark (15)

The Bling Ring (15) Dir: Sofia Coppola, USA/UK/Germany/France/ Japan, 2013, 90 mins

‘an incisive critique of Hollywood materialism and a cautionary fable about teen amorality and Facebook-era narcissism.’ Vanity Fair Based on actual events, this is the story of a bunch of fame-obsessed LA teens who Google their target celebs (Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan et al) to find out where they live, then break in and liberate their gorgeous designer clothes, shoes and jewellery. Starring Emma Watson (sporting a perfect American accent), Katie Chang and Israel Broussard.

Mon 9 & Tues 10 Sept, 7.30pm

The Deep (Djúpið) (12A)

Dir: Baltasar Kormákur, Iceland, 2012, subtitled, 93 mins

‘The stunning cinematography captures the extreme variety of the landscape and the constant threat posed by the freezing conditions.’ Sight on Sound This gripping true story of a modern Icelandic legend wonderfully captures the elemental nature of Iceland. In 1984 a fishing boat sinks off the coast of Iceland in waters so cold that the chance of survival is very slim; the only option for the fishermen is to swim for it – is it possible that, against all the odds, anyone will make it?

Dir: Satyajit Ray, India, 1963, some subtitles, 130 mins

Dir: Drake Doremus,

‘Mayer’s elegant storytelling probes social taboos and builds to a thrilling final act. By turns dynamic, dangerous and bursting with passion…a stark, swoonsome romantic drama.’ Total Film

Fri 6 & Sat 7 Sept, 7.30pm

(Mahanagar) (U)

Breathe In (15)

Dir: Michael Mayer, Israel/USA/Palestine, 2012, subtitled, 96 mins

Nimr is an ambitious Palestinian student who dreams of moving abroad. One fateful night in Tel Aviv he meets Roy, a young Israeli lawyer, and they fall for each other. As their relationship deepens they are confronted with harsh realities – a Palestinian society that refuses to accept that Nimr is gay, and an Israeli society that rejects him for his nationality. As danger threatens, Nimr may be forced to choose between the life he longs for, and his love for Roy.

The Big City

Mon 16 & Wed 18 Sept, 7.30pm

‘One of the most rewarding screen experiences of our time. There is not a person who would not identify immediately and deeply with the characters; I

USA, 2013, 97 mins

‘Felicity Jones strikes exactly the right note as a young musician enchanting Guy Pearce in this captivating film.’ 4 stars The Guardian The humdrum life of an unfulfilled music teacher and his family is pulled apart by the arrival of a visitor with exceptional musical talent. When Sophie, an English exchange student, arrives in America, she’s warmly welcomed by her host family, but her presence challenges the dynamics of the family’s relationships, and alters their lives forever. Tues 17 Sept, 7.15pm

Turandot

Puccini’s opera streamed LIVE from the ROH to our cinema screen. Tickets £16/£15

warmly encourage you to see it.’ Roger Ebert A simple story, beautifully told. Arati is a young housewife who lives with her husband, children and in-laws in 1950s Calcutta. Money is short, and finally Arati has to go out to work. While she gradually discovers her individuality and strength, her new role challenges traditional values and causes all sorts of problems at home. Thurs 26 Sept, 7pm

Othello

A major new production of Shakespeare’s play streamed LIVE from the National Theatre to our cinema screen, starring Adrian Lester and Rory Kinnear. Tickets £15/£14

October OCTOBER

Matinée: Mon 2 Sept, 2pm Mon 2 & Tues 3 Sept, 7.30pm

‘there’s pure inspiration, unfakeable and unmistakable, in this extraordinarily enjoyable film.’ The Guardian (5 stars) ‘a wonderment, urged along by a full-throated romantic score – striking and visually stunning.’ Roger Ebert ‘a love letter to 1920s European silent film, liberally mixing humor and melodrama.’ The Hollywood Reporter If you enjoyed The Artist, don’t miss this black and white silent film, a dazzling reworking of the Snow White story (definitely for grown-ups), set in 1920s Seville. With fiery drama and humour, Carmen vies with an evil step-mother who is out to kill her. She is saved by a troupe of bull-fighting dwarves, and then discovers her own sensational talent for bullfighting. Thurs 3 Oct, 7.30pm

Mephistophele

Boito’s opera streamed LIVE from the San Francisco Opera House to our cinema screen. Tickets £16/£15

We’ve teamed up with Strutt and Parker to put on a special charity screening. There will be a £4 supplement to see the screening on Fri 4 Oct which will go to Great Ormond Street Hospital for children. Fri 4 Oct, 7.30pm – special charity screening (£4 supplement) Sat 5 & Mon 7 Oct, 7.30pm

The Lone Ranger (12A) Dir: Gore Verbinski, USA, 2013, 149 mins

‘Real storytelling, well thought-out and beautifully executed, with excitement, laughs and fun to make you feel seven years old again.’ Empire The Lone Ranger rides again! And with Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski in charge, you can be sure that this will be a right rollicking adventure of the Old West, as seen through the eyes of native American Tonto (Johnny Depp), the Lone Ranger’s trusty sidekick. Starring Armie Hammer, with Helena Bonham Carter, Ruth Wilson and Tom Wilkinson. Tues 8 & Wed 9 Oct, 7.30pm

Call Girl (18) Thurs 19 & Fri 20 Sept, 7.30pm

The World’s End (15) Dir: Edgar Wright, 109 mins

‘what a pleasure, what a sugar rush…I laughed and laughed…a slick, high-spirited blast of jokes.’ Miranda Sawyer (The Observer) The third of the Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy (following Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz), this movie features a group of old friends whose legendary pub-crawl is interrupted when they get into a fight with intergalactic sci-fi replicants. The apocalypse is nigh – and this lot are mankind’s last hope….. Starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, Rosamund Pike, Eddie Marsan and Paddy Considine.

Sat 28 & Mon 30 Sept, 7.30pm

Frances Ha (15)

Dir: Noah Baumbach, USA, 2012, 86 mins

‘Filled with such a sweet spirit of joy.’ The New Yorker ‘Greta Gerwig is at her incandescent best.’ Washington Post Greta Gerwig is brilliant as Frances, who lives in New York and continually throws herself headlong into her dreams. Even when they don’t work out (which is mostly), she continues to live her life with lightness and joy. A touching and very funny portrait of friendship, and one person’s struggle to find her place in a tough and unpredictable world.

Dir: Mikael Marcimain, Sweden/Norway/ Finland/Ireland, 2012, subtitled, 140 mins

From the director of several Wallander episodes, this stylish Swedish thriller is set in Stockholm, during the age of ABBA. It’s based on the true story of a scandal involving the top echelons of politicians who, while congratulating themselves for their enlightened policies towards women’s lib, are taking advantage of underage girls. What they don’t anticipate is the tables being turned…


31 Frankenstein

(15)

Dir: Paolo Sorrentino, Italy/ France, 2013, subtitled, 141 mins

23 & 24 Cherchez Hortense (12A)

23, 28 & 29 The Great Beauty (cert tbc)

19 & 20 The World’s End (15)

22 Hamlet

17 Turandot

17, 18 & 21 What Maisie Knew (15)

16 & 18 Breathe In (15)

16 Don Quixote

13 Morrissey 25: Live

14 & 15 The Mortal Instruments (cert tbc)

Aha - it’s Norwich’s finest radio DJ! Steve Coogan and Armando Ianucci share the writing credits for the much anticipated big screen appearance of Alan Partridge – and it turns out that all is not well at North Norwich Digital, as Alan finds himself involved in a siege situation… Also featuring Anna Maxwell Martin.

swim and your soul roar.’ The Telegraph (5 stars) Rome, the eternal city, forever beautiful. Today’s Rome is a city of contrasts, high life and low life intermingling as writers and thinkers, strippers and models, cardinals and nuns all rub shoulders. Against this backdrop an ageing writer (Toni Servillo) thinks back over his life, recollecting lost love and missed opportunities.

26 The Tempest (PG)

Dir: Declan Lowney, UK, 2013, 90 mins

25 The Big City (U)

Alan Partridge Alpha Papa (15)

28 & 29 The Smurfs 2 (U)

Thurs 10 & Fri 11 Oct, 7.30pm

26 Othello

‘opulent, intoxicating… an inky-black satire on la dolce vita.’ The Guardian ‘a shimmering coup de cinema to make your heart burst, your mind

30 & 31 Planes (U)

Mon 14 & Tues 15 Oct, 7.30pm

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (12A)

10 & 11 Alan Partridge Alpha Papa (15) 8 & 9 Call Girl (18) 3 Mephistophele 1 & 2 Blancanieves (12A)

The Smurfs 2 (U)

Dir: Raja Gosnell, USA, 2013, 104 mins

Smurfette has been kidnapped! And it’s up to the rest of the Smurfs to team up with their human friends to rescue her.

Thurs 17, Fri 18 & Mon 21 Oct, 7.30pm

What Maisie Knew (15)

Dirs: Scott McGehee/David Siegel, USA, 2012, 99 mins

Tues 22 Oct, 7pm

Hamlet

A ‘delayed live’ performance from the National Theatre shown on our cinema screen, starring Rory Kinnear as Hamlet, with Clare Higgins and Patrick Malahide. Tickets £15/£14

Wed 30 & Thurs 31 Oct, 2pm

Planes (U)

Dir: Klay Hall, USA, 2013, 91mins

The latest Pixar animation features Dusty, a cropdusting plane who dreams of competing in a famous aerial race. The problem? He is hopelessly afraid of heights. But all is not lost! With the help of Skipper and a host of new friends, Dusty sets off to make his dreams come true. Thurs 31 Oct, 7pm

Frankenstein

The acclaimed production recorded at the National Theatre in 2011 and shown on our cinema screen, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller. Tickets £15/£14

Coming Soon

Films Films Films

Elysium, The Artist and the Model, Rush

September & October

Tickets may be purchased in advance and specific seats allocated, payment required when booking. Stalls: £6/£5.50 concessions, £4 for under 12s Balcony: £7/£6.50 concs, £5 for under 12s. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. All tickets are non-refundable. Please note • films commence at the stated start time (the ads and trailers are shown before the start time). latecomers may be refused entrance once projection has • commenced to avoid disturbing other customers. We may allocate seats at the rear of the auditorium if available. • if you come to see a film without booking, it is really helpful if you bring cash to pay for your tickets. Our card machine is very slow and long queues can build up surprisingly quickly. Thank you! Assistive listening sets are available for all films, ask Box Office for a loop/earpiece. Audio description is available for some films - ask Box Office for details

Ultra surround sound - large screen licensed bar - accessible facilities We have a full programme of live shows, workshops and regular activities, see our website for details.

Book online

www.ludlowassemblyrooms.co.uk Box Office 01584 878141

Supported by the National Lottery through the BFI and Creative England

100% sustainable design by www.thinkgraphic.co.uk

Shakespeare’s play is triumphantly translated to the big screen, with a twist – Prospero becomes Prospera, played by Helen Mirren. There’s vengeance, forgiveness, romance, tragicomedy and the supernatural in the Bard’s mystical thriller, also starring Felicity Jones as Miranda, Ben Whishaw as Ariel, and Djimon Hounsou as Caliban, with Tom Conti, Chris Cooper and David Strathairn. Screened as part of the Shakespeare Film Festival, for details see www.friendsofludlowartsfestival.org.uk

October 2013

Dir: Julie Taymor, USA, 2010, 106 mins

September 2013

The Tempest (PG)

Mon 28 & Tues 29 Oct, 2pm

Henry James’s celebrated story is relocated to contemporary Manhattan, but the theme remains the same – a bitter parental bustup is seen through the eyes of Maisie, their six-year-old daughter. Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan are excellent as the selfish, self-centred parents, and Onata Aprile is enchanting as Maisie. Also featuring Alexander Skarsgård.

2 & 3 Man of Steel (12A)

Sat 26 Oct, 7.30pm

Family • Family • Family • Family

‘proof that the genius of Henry James lives on and does not have to be limited to costume drama.’ Eye for Film

4 & 5 Out in the Dark (15)

Petipa’s ballet with music by Minkus, starring Carlos Acosta, streamed LIVE from the Royal Opera House to our cinema screen. Tickets £16/£15

4, 5 & 7 The Lone Ranger (12A)

Don Quixote

6 & 7 The Bling Ring (15)

Wed 16 Oct, 7.15pm

9 & 10 The Deep (12A)

Dir: Harald Zwart, USA/Germany, 2013,130mins

Lily Collins stars as Clary Fay, an ordinary girl who makes a terrifying discovery that changes her whole life – demons are real, and she has the power to slay them! Based on the best-selling series of books by Cassandra Clare.

11 & 14 We Steal Secrets (15)

OCTOBER

(La Grande Bellazza)

28 & 30 Frances Ha (15)

The Great Beauty

Box Office 01584 878141 1 Mill Street • Ludlow SY8 1AZ www.ludlowassemblyrooms.co.uk

Wed 23, Mon 28 & Tues 29 Oct, 7.30pm

The Lone Ranger

Lar film sheet sept oct 13 web