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GRAVITY. Le Weekend. MUSEUM HOURS. FRANCIS HA. RUSH. BRIEF ENCOUNTER. CAPTAIN PHILLIPS. THE SELFISH GIANT. SUNSHINE ON LEITH. La BohEme. DIANA. The Third Man . THE ART OF FLIGHT JAN / FEB 2014 Issue 7. Cover: Sandra Bullock, Gravity

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January 2014

FEBRUARy 2014

Fri 3 7:30 Sat 4 2pm 7:30pm Sun 5 2pm 7:30pm

Elysium 15 Sat 1 2pm The Smurfs 2 U Planes U 7:30pm Rush 15 The Way Way Back 12A Sun 2 2pm Senna 12A pm The Art of Flight PG 7:30 Sunshine on Leith PG A Sunday in Hell PG Wed 5 7:30pm The Stuart Hall Project 12A Wed 8 7:30pm The Crash Reel 12A Thu 6 7:30pm Rush 15 pm Thu 9 7:30 Frances Ha 15 Fri 7 7:30pm Sunshine on Leith PG pm Fri 10 7:30 Gravity Sat 8 7:30pm Austenland 12A PG Sat 11 7:30pm About Time 12A Sun 9 2pm North Face 12A pm Sun 12 2 Stars & Watercarriers 12A 7:30pm The Epic of Everest U 7:30pm Life Just Is 15 Wed 12 11am Sunshine on Leith 15 am Wed 15 11 7:30pm Fitzcarraldo PG Frances Ha 15 7:30pm The Great Beauty 15 Thu 13 PRIVATE HIRE Thu 16 7:30pm Gravity PG Fri 14 7:30pm Brief Encounter PG Fri 17 PRIVATE HIRE Sat 15 7:30pm Captain Phillips 12A pm pm Sat 18 7:30 Gravity Sun 16 2 PG Le Week-End 15 Sun 19 1.30pm LAWRENCE OF ARABIA PG 7:30pm Le Week-End 15 8pm Breakfast at Tiffany's PG Wed 19 2pm Seven Samurai PG pm Wed 22 7:30 The Artist & the Model 12A 7:30pm CHALO DILLI 12A Thu 23 7:30pm InVICTUS 12A Thu 20 7:30pm Diana 12A pm Fri 24 7:30 About Time 12A Fri 21 2pm Justin and the U Knights of Valour Sat 25 7:30pm La BoHEme U 7:30pm Le Week-end 15 Sun 26 7:30pm Museum Hours 12A Sat 22 2pm Cloudy with a Chance U of Meatballs 2 Wed 29 7:30pm Hannah Arendt 12A 7:30pm Diana 12A Thu 30 7:30pm The Selfish Giant 15 Sun 23 2pm The Third Man PG Fri 31 7:30pm Rush 15 7:30pm AintThem BodiesSaints 15 Wed 26 7:30pm The Hunt 15 Thu 27 7:30pm Enough Said 12A Doors open 6:30pm for all evening shows, so why not join us for drink Fri 28 7:30pm Bottle Shock 15 pm at the bar or some tasty tapas? Sat 1 7:30 Enough Said 12A See the website for this month’s menu. Sun 2 7pm A NIGHT AT THE OSCARS TBC pm

Opening HOurs

Classic

Drama

Action

Comedy

Family

World Cinema

Documentary

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Musical/ Opera


WELCOME

So here we are in 2014 already. Well, OK, we’ve a few weeks to go as we

write this but you know what we mean! So New Year, new programme - two months at a time so you know what’s coming up and when. We’ve a great mix of box office hits, such as Gravity, Elysium and Rush, mixed with some quirkier films, such as the delightful Frances Ha, Museum Hours, The Selfish Giant and Le Week-End. Keeping up with more challenging films we have Hannah Arendt, The Stuart Hall Project and The Hunt, and not forgetting the kids, Planes, Smurfs and meatballs feature in our Family Film selection. For specials we have an immersive Brief Encounter for Valentine’s Night, wine tasting with Robert Bagot and our very own Oscars night. Add to this, some timeless classics, sporting legends, a dash of Bollywood and Puccini’s finest and I think you’ll agree we’ve some great nights ahead! Paul & Esther

BRIEF ENCOUNTER (PG) Join us for a night of romance, film and fun this valentine’s Night. See Page 10.

GRAVITY (12A) Alfonso Cuarón’s glorious space thriller starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. See Page 5.

BOTTLE SHOCK (15) Wine tasting with sommeliere, Robert Bagot, with Old World v New World challenge! See Page 14.

A NGHT AT THE OSCARS And the winner is…. Everyone who buys a ticket will be contacted with the short-list of 4 films to vote on and the winner is the one we’ll watch, to be announced on the night! See Page 14.

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FAMILY FILMS KIDS JUST £3, ADULTS £4.50

ELYSIUM (15)

PLANES (U)

THE WAY WAY BACK (12A)

Dir. Neill Blomkamp | 2013 | 107 mins

Dir. Klay Hall | 2013 | 88 mins

Dir. Nat Faxon | 2013 | 103 mins

With just 5 days to live, futuristic mediator Max (Matt Damon) sets out on a quest to bring equality to polarised worlds. Will the impoverished citizens of a damaged Earth make it to Elysium?

Getting tired of his dreams being trampled on by his scornful boss, Dusty decides to prove them all wrong and compete in the famous around-the world aerial race - if his fear of heights doesn’t stop him first!

Friday January 3rd, 7:30pm

Saturday January 4th, 2pm

An uplifting film of fitting in, growing up and becoming yourself. Troubled Duncan finds resentment in his new stepdad when taken on summer vacation, but also an unexpected friend when he comes across Water Wizz Waterpark. Saturday January 4th, 7.30pm

THE ART OF FLIGHT (15)

A SUNDAY IN HELL (U)

Dir. Curt Morgan | 2013 | 78 mins

Dir. Jørgen Leth | 1977 | 107 mins

The Art of Flight gives iconic snowboarder Travis Rice and friends the opportunity to redefine what is possible in the mountains. Experience the highs, as new tricks are landed and new zones opened, alongside the lows, where avalanches, accidents, and wrongturns strike.

Back by popular demand after a sell-out screening during November’s Wirksworth Adventure Film Festival, Jorgen Leth’s definitive road cycling film, following the French Paris-Roubaix spring classic, notorious for the hellish paves or cobbled roads of the north. See also Stars and Watercarriers, screening Sunday Feb 9th. Sunday January 5th, 7.30pm

Sunday January 5th, 2pm

Classic

Drama

Action

Comedy

Family

World Cinema

Documentary

Musical/ Opera

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THE CRASH REEL (12A)

FRANCES HA (15)

ABOUT TIME (12A)

Dir. Lucy Walker | 2013 | 108 mins

Dir. Noah Baumbach | 2012 | 84 mins

Dir. Richard Curtis | 2013 | 120 mins

A pair of snowboarding epics friends since childhood - push each other to the edge in competition. Performing ever more dangerous tricks, the rivalry ends in a disastrous crash and traumatic brain injuries. As one recovers, the other wins Gold.

Living in New York with no apartment, working for a dance company not being a dancer and having a best friend whom she seldom speaks to, Frances finds she must throw herself into her dreams. With her undeniable optimism, follow Frances through her dwindling reality.

Falling upon an eccentric family secret, Tim embarks in a sometimes exciting, sometimes dark and an always enthralling journey through life. Romantic, quirky and humorous, About Time will leave your heart warm.

Wednesday January 8th, 7.30pm

Thursday January 9th, 7.30pm

Saturday January 11th, 7.30pm Friday January 24th, 7.30pm

Wednesday January 15th, 11am

DIRECTOR’S

GRAVITY

(12A)

Dir. Alfonso Caurón | 2013 | 91 mins

Alfonso Cuarón’s glorious creation is less sci-fi and more a thriller set in space and will leave you breathless with excitement. Lost in space, a medical engineer (Sandra Bullock) and an astronaut (George Clooney) work together to make it back to Earth. With overwhelming odds, can they really both survive? Friday January 10th, 7.30pm Thursday January 16th, 7.30pm Saturday January 18th, 7.30pm

Stars and Watercarriers (U) Dir. Jørgen Leth | 1977 | 107 mins

Chapters alternating between peace and dramatics, this film shows the extensive highlights of the 1973 cycling Tour of Italy with director Jørgen Leth commentating through the humour, pain and conflict. Sunday January 12th, 2pm

Life Just Is

(15)

Q&A

Dir. Alex Barrett | 2012 | 102 mins

After a life of planning and conforming, stepping out from university can seem a daunting transition. We follow a group of five friends who are having a hard time finding new meaning to their now dwindling adult lives - leaving them with more questions than answers. Followed by a Q&A with writer/ director Alex Barrett. Sunday January 12th, 7.30pm

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THE GREAT BEAUTY (15)

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (PG)

Dir. Paolo Sorrentino | 2013 | 138 mins

Dir. David Lean | 1962 | 223 mins

Jep Gambardella had always lived off the success brought to him by his one and only novel; seducing his way through the glamorous nightlife of Rome. But after a shocking epiphany on his 65th birthday, suddenly Gambardella’s Rome changes scenery and he is left with a timeless landscape of exquisite beauty.

Widely considered one of the greatest and most influential films in the history of cinema, David Lean’s epic masterpiece, Lawrence of Arabia, is screened in celebration of the late and great Peter O’Toole.

English Subtitles.

Telling the dramtic life and times of Thomas Edward Lawrence, scholar, writer and soldier who mobilised the Arab Revolt in World War One.

Wednesday January 15th, 7.30pm

Sunday January 19th, 1.30pm

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S (PG) Dir. Blake Edwards | 1961 | 88 mins

A beautiful, yet troubled, young woman finds interest in a gentleman who has moved into her New York apartment building. But trouble is to ensue, in what should seem to be a perfect life. Sunday January 19th, 8pm

SELECTED BY LYDIA FAIRWEATHER

THE ARTIST AND THE MODEL(15)

InVICTUS (12A)

Dir. Paolo Sorrentino | 2013 | 138 mins

Dir. Clint Eastwood | 2009 | 134 mins

Marc Cros, an elderly sculptor, has lost his lust for art and is tired of life. But Spanish refugee Lea, whom the artist’s wife shelters, begins to bring his love back again. With a new muse, he embarks on his final artistic adventure. English Subtitles.

To mark the passing of Nelson Mandela: Invictus tells how, in his first term as the South African President, set upon a unique venture to unite the apartheid-torn land: enlist the national rugby team on a mission to win the 1995 Rugby World Cup.

Wednesday January 22nd, 7.30pm

Thursday January 23rd, 7.30pm

Classic

Drama

Action

Comedy

Family

World Cinema

Documentary

Musical/ Opera

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La BohÈme (12A) Dir. Robert Dornhelm | 2009 | 100 mins

Stars opera’s ‘Golden Couple’, Rolando Villazon and Anna Netrebko as the protagonists, Rodolfo and Mimi, in Giacomo Puccini’s immortal opera. Shot as a high budget feature-film and directed by Academy Award nominee Robert Dornhelm, the chemistry between the pair is electric. Saturday January 25th, 7.30pm

MUSEUM HOURS (15)

Hannah Arendt (U)

Dir. Paolo Sorrentino | 2013 | 138 mins

Dir. Jørgen Leth | 1977 | 107 mins

Unlocking the silent wonder of Vienna, Museum Hours is the story of Johann, art museum guard, who bonds with enigmatic visitor Anne through their passion for art. Together they unwind the subtle pleasures of looking closely.

“The Banality of Evil… the idea that great evils in history, particularly the Holocaust, were not executed by sociopaths, but rather ordinary people who believed what they were doing was normal...” – moving concepts are explored in Hannah Arendt, in the political theorist’s response to a Nazi’s war crimes trial. English Subtitles.

Sunday January 26th, 7.30pm

Wednesday January 29th, 7.30pm

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FAMILY FILMS KIDS JUST £3, ADULTS £4.50

The Selfish Giant (15)

The Smurfs 2 (U)

Senna (12A)

Dir. Clio Barnard | 2013 | 91 mins

Dir. Raja Gosnell | 2013 | 92 mins

Dir. Asif Kapadia | 2010 | 103 mins

A play on Wilde’s poetic short story, The Selfish Giant takes a more political stance. A vast post-industrial landscape with selfish ideologies, two boys excluded from school are desperate to help their mums: spectres of tragedy loom on the horizon.

When evil wizard Gargamel realises that only Smurfette knows the secret spell that grants him his sorcery, he kidnaps her! Now the other Smurfs, paired with two of their human friends, must go on a quest to save her – but will Smurfette find she prefers the Naughties, and can the Smurfs win her back?

A tragic death live on television in front of 300 million people – this was the demise of legendary Brazilian motor-racing champion Senna. Humble, shy, patriotic – this was a man struck down in his prime, after struggles both on the track and off.

Thursday January 30th, 7.30pm

Sunday February 2nd, 2pm

Saturday February 1st, 2pm

RUSH

(15)

Dir. Ron Howard | 2013 | 120 mins

1970s sex, glamour, wit and fiery action: merciless rivals Lauda and Hunt each defy death for the 1976 Formula One world championship. Whilst Hunt indulges in alcohol and sex, Lauda is a methodical genius. After a traumatic crash, Lauda is pulled out of a flaming wreckage but is back on the track within six weeks. Is it worth the risk? Friday January 30th, 7.30pm Saturday February 1st, 7.30pm Thursday February 6th, 7.30pm

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Sunshine on Leith (PG)

The Stuart Hall Project (12A) Austenland (12A)

Dir. Dexter Fletcher | 2013 | 100 mins

Dir. John Akomfrah | 2013 | 101 mins

Dir. Jerusha Hess | 2013 | 97 mins

An uplifting and turbulent film about the struggles two soldiers face when returning home to Edinburgh. Davy and Ally find new life, love and even some secrets in this musical based on the stage hit of the same name, featuring music by The Proclaimers.

Have you found your perfect gentleman? Jane Hayes sure hasn’t; not when she compares every man to Mr. Darcy! On a quest for true romance, obsessed Jane takes a trip to Austenland and learns how to become a lady…

Friday February 7th, 7.30pm

After his emigration from Jamaica in 1951, Stuart Hall became one of the most inspiring voices and esteemed cultural theorists of his generation. This film takes you on a roller coaster ride through the upheavals, struggles and turning points that made the twentieth century the century of campaigning, thinking and of global, political and cultural change.

Wednesday February 12th, 11am

Wednesday February 5th, 7.30pm

Sunday February 2nd, 7.30pm

Saturday February 8th, 7.30pm

NORTH FACE (12A)

THE EPIC OF EVEREST(U)

Dir. Philipp Stolzl | 2008 | 124 mins

Dir. J. B. L. Noel | 1924 | 87 mins

A challenge to conquer The Eiger, the most dangerous unclimbed rock face in the Alps, is set by Nazi propaganda. Reluctant towards army service, two German climbers seize this adventure. This true story is an account of two men’s struggle for victory. English Subtitles.

The official film record of the legendary Everest expedition of 1924 during which, climbers Mallory and Irvine lost their lives. This silent classic has a newly commissioned score composed, orchestrated and conducted by Simon Fisher Turner (The Great White Silence) featuring a haunting combination of electronic music, found sounds, western and Nepalese instruments and vocals. Sunday February 9th, 7.30pm

Sunday February 9th, 2pm

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PRIVATE HIRE

Whether it’s that special party, celebration or works ‘do’, why not enjoy the glamour of the big screen? See the website for full details of our hiring packages or call Paul on 01629 337513, or email: paul@thenorthernlightcinema.co.uk

Fitzcarraldo (PG) Dir. Werner Herzog | 1982 | 150 mins

An opera house in the middle of a jungle – merely a crazed dream? Obsessed Fitzcarraldo is more than determined – but first needs the help of the hostile local Indians. English Subtitles. Wednesday February 12th, 7pm

SELECTED BY...

Fancy seeing your favourite film on the big screen?* Available on Thursday evenings or Sunday afternoons, for just £100 you get to chose the film and get 20 standard seats! *Film selection must be approved for suitability and licensing...

FILM . FOOD . FUN

Popcorn only goes so far... that’s why, new for this winter season, we’re now serving a range of hearty stews and soups alongside tasty bar snacks and tapas-style food, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, plus a great range of ‘artisan’ popcorn, nuts, nibbles and treats.

BRIEF ENCOUNTER (PG) Dir. David Lean | 1945 | 82 mins

A housewife and idealistic man, both married, meet by chance at a railway station, and find they have to meet again. The dust, the handkerchief, the railway station… An iconic spectacle of an impossible love now to be celebrated in an immersive experience at the Northern Light for Valentines Night Special - where the bar will be tranformed into the railway cafe, complete with sandwiches, a tea urn and a few other surprises... Not to be missed! Ticket price inlcudes themed nibbles, drinks and props... as you will all play your part in the evening’s romance. £12 | 10 | 8 Friday February 14th, 7pm

BOOK ONLINE www.thenorthernlightcinema.co.uk

BOX OFFICE 01629 337513


SELECTED BY JAMES BYWATER SMART

Captain Phillips (12A)

Seven Samurai (PG)

Dir. Paul Greengrass | 2013 | 134 mins

Dir. Akira Kurosawa | 1955 | 170 mins

Your eyes won’t leave the screen and teenage boys may even verge on tears after the moving ending to Captain Phillips. In this true story tension knows no boundary, as Somalian pirates hijack an American cargo ship – where the Captain courageously risks his life for his crew and is ultimately kidnapped.

Roving thieves threaten and a poor village reaches out for help of the samurai to protect themselves. Offered just three meals of rice a day, samurai Kambei and six others teach the villagers how to defend themselves in preparation for the looming battle ahead. English Subtitles.

Saturday February 15th, 2pm Saturday February 15th, 7.30pm

Wednesday February 19th, 2pm

Le Week-End (15)

CHALO DILLI (PG)

Dir. Roger Michell | 2013 | 93 mins

Dir. Shashant Shah | 2011 | 114 mins

The city of love: where Meg and Nick’s marriage may have come to die. Set over the exquisite landscapes of Paris, a resentful husband and wife seek new romance through the historic charms, grand boulevards and quaint cafes on their 30th wedding anniversary, but may find it somewhere unexpected.

While on her way to Mumbai airport to fly to Delhi, a busy business executive, with over 600 employees, gets stuck in a traffic jam and misses her flight. Blaming her predicament on her fellow rickshaw passenger, her nightmare worsens when she discovers he is her co-passenger on a budget-airline... English Subtitles.

Sunday February 16th, 2pm Sunday February 16th,7.30pm Friday February 23rrd, 7.30pm

Ticket price inlcudes Indian nibbles and Thandai, a sweet North-Indian drink. £12 | 10 | 8 Wednesday February 19th, 7pm

Classic

Drama

Action

Comedy

Family

World Cinema

Documentary

Musical/ Opera

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DIANA (12A) Dir. Oliver Hirschbiegel | 2013 | 110 mins

Diana’s love affair with Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan is slowly torn apart; her trip with Dodi Fayed in the Riviera spectacled; as the true cost of being watched by the world becomes apparent in this film about her two final years. Thursday February 20th, 7.30pm Saturday February 22nd, 7.30pm

FAMILY FILMS KIDS JUST £3, ADULTS £4.50

Justin and the Knights of Valour (U)

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (U)

Dir. Manuel Sicilia | 2013 | 114 mins

Dir. Cody Cameron | 2013 | 95 mins

A righteous young boy becomes a man as he bravely embarks on a quest to become a knight. An unlikely candidate for knighthood, Justin finds he must rise to the challenge quickly when a banished army threatens to destroy his kingdom.

After the disastrous consequences of the first film, Flint and his friends are forced to leave town – but Flint discovers that his infamous machine is still operating: creating menacing mutant food beasts! Can Flint and his friends return to save the world? Spectres of tragedy loom on the horizon.

Friday February 21st, 2pm

Saturday February 22nd, 2pm

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The Third Man (PG) Dir. Carol Reed | 1949 | 104 mins

The suspicious death of childhood friend Harry Lime sends Holly Martins on the trail for answers just days after his arrival in Allie-occupied Vienna only to find a seemingly inconsistent story. Perhaps Lime was more enigmatic than once thought. Sunday February 23rd, 2pm

Ain’t Them Bodies Saints (15) Dir. David Lowery | 2013 | 97 mins

Put to prison in a sacrifice to save his wife’s freedom, Bob Muldoon is torn from his family. Across the desolate, beautiful Texas hills the notorious outlaw daringly flees from prison in a desperate attempt to be reunited with his wife and the daughter he has never met. Sunday February 23rd, 7.30pm

THE HUNT (15) Dir. Thomas Vinterberg | 2012 | 113 mins

An innocent lie is quick to demonise Danish kindergarten teacher Lucas’ life, tearing apart his place in the tight-knit community, his job and his relationships with his teenage son, his childhood friend and his lover. Lucas’ ostracism soon leads to violence, and his vindication is dubious. English Subtitles. Wednesday February 26th, 7.30pm

ENOUGH SAID (12A) Dir. Nicole Holofcener | 2013 | 107 mins

Albert is overweight, divorced and shy – but Eva soon learns that he is also sweet, funny and like-minded. However, her confidence in this blossoming relationship is wavered by seemingly perfect Marianne’s constant complaints about her exhusband. Soon, Eva finds her doubts start to grow, as she begins to realise the truth about Albert. Thursday February 27th, 7.30pm Saturday March 1st, 7.30pm

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BOTTLE SHOCK (15) Dir. Randall Miller | 2009 | 104 mins

France… beautiful food, beautiful women and, of course, beautiful wine. But nobody could feign that the outcome to sommelier Steven Spurrier’s blind taste-test held in Paris was expected. A failing Chateau in California is forced to participate in this ‘Judgement of Paris’ in its only chance to survive, even if it may mean humiliation. Join us for an evening’s wine tasting with professional sommeliere, Robert Bagot, as we hold our very own Old World v New World Challenge! The evening will feature 8 wines, plus a desert wine to end, and don’t worry, generous measures are assured! Nibbles will be served as well before we retire to watch the film. Limited to 30 places. £25 | 22 | 20 Friday February 28th, 7pm

A NGHT AT THE OSCARS And the winner is…. Join us for a Red Carpet event as we bring our own twist to the glamour of the big screen. Everyone who buys a ticket will be contacted with the short-list of 4 films to vote on and the winner is the one we’ll watch, to be announced on the night! There will be glamour and free bubbly so come dressed to impress... Sunday March 2nd, 7pm

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IF YOU FANCY WATCHING FOR FREE WHY NOT ADD YOUR NAME TO OUR LIST OF VOLUNTEERS?

Help out on either Front of House, behind the bar or with programme distribution, for as little as one hour, and you’ll get free cinema tickets AND a free drink as a thank you! We can’t say fairer than that...

COMING SOON A WEEKEND IN FRANCE Join us for our very own tricolour this March with a French weekend full of films, food and fun, including:

- Blue is the warmest colour - Jeune Et Jolie - Dans La Maison 14

Opening HOurs

Doors open 6:30pm for all evening shows, so why not join us for drink at the bar or some tasty tapas? See the website for this month’s menu.


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WHERE WE’RE AT... Wirksworth is tucked away in the Derbyshire Dales, a bit off the beaten track - but that’s the way we like it. From Derby take the A38 coming off at the Allestree island for Matlock A6. Continue on this road for 2 miles turning left at the lights just before Duffield, signposted Wirksworth, on the B5023. Continue on this road for 8 miles, entering the town on Derby Road. FREE PARKING for the cinema can be found at The CO-OP on Harrison Drive. PLEASE DO NOT PARK ON NORTH END and help us be a good neighbour - thanks! There is also parking along Harrison Drive itself, at the railway station and on the Market Place and Barmote Court car parks. The Northern Light Cinema is found on North End, on the right hand side as you approach from the CO-OP, just across the road from the best little pub in Derbyshire, The Royal Oak.

TICKET PRICES SOFA FOR TWO £25 (inc wine) | ARMCHAIR £8.50 | STD SEAT £6.50 | SENIORS / STUDENTS £5.50 UNWAGED / U16s £4.50 ALL TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE EITHER ON-LINE OR BY PHONE. NO TICKET SALES ON THE DOOR

ACCESS

We’re committed to making sure everyone can enjoy the glamour of the big screen. Please let the Box Office know when booking tickets, should you need to reserve a wheelchair-user space. If there’s anything else you need to make your visit more relaxed, just ask. We have a hearing loop installed in the auditorium and plan to be fully wheelchair accessible.

Perfect for that post-film debrief...

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