July Cinema | The Roses Theatre

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01 Cinema July 2024 Visit rosestheatre.org to see production credits, read full synopses of each film, and to view trailers Box Office: 01684 295074 • rosestheatre.org The Bikeriders Get Half Price Cinema Tickets This Summer! Turn to Pg 7

Two Tickets to Greece

15, 1hr 41mins, In French with subtitles

MON 1 JUL 7.30PM

Call My Agent!'s Laure Calamy and Kristin Scott Thomas star in this breezy French rom com. When childhood friends Magalie and Blandine cross paths after many years, they decide to finally take their dream holiday to Greece. A wildly entertaining tale of female camaraderie, with echoes of Shirley Valentine and Mama Mia.

Freud's Last Session

12A, 1hr 49mins

WED 3 JUL 7.30PM | FRI 5 JUL 2PM

Anthony Hopkins turns in another engrossing late career performance in this suitably thought-provoking drama. On the eve of the Second World War, two of the greatest minds of the twentieth century, Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis, converge for their own personal battle over the existence of God. Exploring Freud's unique relationship with his lesbian daughter Anna and Lewis' unconventional romance with his best friend's mother, the film interweaves past, present and fantasy, bursting from the confines of Freud's study on a dynamic journey.

The Bikeriders

15, 1hr 56mins

FRI 5 JUL 7.30PM | MON 8 JUL 7.30PM

Jodi Comer, Austin Butler and Tom Hardy star in this stylish trip back to a rebellious time in America, when the culture and people were changing. After a chance encounter at a local bar, strong-willed Kathy is inextricably drawn to Benny the newest member of Midwestern motorcycle club, the Vandals led by the enigmatic Johnny. Much like the country around it, the club begins to evolve, transforming from a gathering place for local outsiders into a dangerous underworld of violence, forcing Benny to choose between Kathy and his loyalty to the club.

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Bad Boys Ride or Die

15, 1hr 55mins

MON 15 JUL 7.30PM | THU 18 JUL 2PM

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are back as the world's favourite Bad Boys with their iconic mix of edge-of-your seat action and outrageous comedy. When their former captain is implicated in corruption, Miami's finest embark on a dangerous mission to clear his name.


PG, 1hr 15mins


Based on Isabella Tree’s best-selling book, Wilding tells the heart-warming story of a young couple that bets on nature for the future of their failing, four-hundredyear-old estate. They set to work with their groundbreaking vision, battling entrenched tradition and hostile force as they dare to place the fate of their farm in the hands of nature.

The screening will be followed by a by recorded interview with the director and a discussion led by Green Party Councillor Cate Cody.

Prior to the screening, Cate will also be leading a Terrific Tree’s Walk as part of Tewkesbury Goes Wild. Find more information at rosestheatre.org/events/ wilding

Forrest Gump (30th Anniversary)

12A, 2hrs 23mins

MON 22 JUL 7.30PM


Tom Hanks won his second Oscar for his unforgettable performance as the endearingly optimistic misfit Forrest Gump, whose travels through life unexpectedly place him at the centre of some of the most influential moments in modern American history. A feel-good classic that is still as fresh and entertaining as it was 30 years ago, don’t miss the chance to enjoy this life affirming box of chocolates on the big screen.


A Quiet Place: Day One 15,

1hr 40mins

WED 24 JUL 7.30PM

Experience the day the world went quiet in this prequel to one of the most ingenious and genuinely scary horror films of the last few years. A woman named Sam must survive an invasion in New York City by bloodthirsty alien creatures with ultrasonic sound hearing.

Inside Out 2 U, 1hr 36mins

TUE 23 JUL 11AM | THU 25 JUL 7.30PM | FRI 26 JUL 2PM SF

In the sequel to one of Pixar’s most acclaimed films, Teenager Riley's mind headquarters is undergoing a sudden demolition to make room for something entirely unexpected: new Emotions. Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust, who've long been running a successful operation by all accounts, aren't sure how to feel when Anxiety shows up. And it looks like she's not alone.

Kinds of Kindness

TBC, 2hrs 44mins

FRI 26 JUL 7.30PM | MON 29 JUL 7.30PM

Poor Things Oscar winner Emma Stone reunites with director Yorgos Lanthimos and co-star Willem Dafoe for another stylish, subversive and shockingly surreal dark comedy. Like a disturbingly extreme take on The Twilight Zone, the triptych fable follows a man without choice who tries to take control of his own life; a policeman who is alarmed that his wife who was missingat-sea has returned and seems a different person; and a woman determined to find a specific someone with a special ability, who is destined to become a prodigious spiritual leader.

Blur: To The End

TBC, 2hrs 5mins

WED 31 JUL 7.30PM

A new feature-length documentary depicting the extraordinary and emotional return of Blur, captured across a year in which the band made a surprise return with their first record in eight years. Featuring performances of their most iconic, much-loved songs, footage of the band in the studio and life on the road, this film is a moment in time with this most enduring of English bands who have been at the heart of British cultural life and influence for over three decades.


Despicable Me 4 U, 1hr 34mins



In the first Despicable Me movie in seven years, Gru, the world's favourite supervillain-turned-Anti-Villain Leagueagent, returns for an exciting, bold new era of Minions. Gru, Lucy, Margo, Edith and Agnes welcome a new member to the family, Gru Jr., who is intent on tormenting his dad. Gru faces a new nemesis in Maxime Le Mal and his girlfriend Valentina, and the family is forced to go on the run.

Fly Me to the Moon


SAT 3 AUG 7.30PM | MON 5 AUG 7.30PM


Starring Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum, this sharp, stylish comedy-romance is set against the high-stakes backdrop of NASA's historic Apollo 11 moon landing. Brought in to fix NASA's public image, sparks fly in all directions as marketing maven Kelly Jones wreaks havoc on launch director Cole Davis's already difficult task. When the White House deems the mission too important to fail, Jones is directed to stage a fake moon landing as back-up and the countdown truly begins....

Chuck Chuck Baby

TUE 6 AUG 7.30PM

TBC, 1hr 41mins

The most heart-warming and entertaining LGBTQ+ musical romcom set in a Welsh chicken factory you are likely to see this year! Helen lives with her obnoxious ex-husband and his hilariously shallow young girlfriend and spends her nights packing chickens and her days caring for mother-figure Gwen. When Joanne, the girl she secretly loved at school, comes back to town, Helen's world is turned upside down.


Studio Films

The Studio Screen is an intimate, 22-seat screening room located on the second floor of the theatre, just beyond the bar. This cozy venue is dedicated to showcasing world cinema, British independent films, archival collections, and family favorites, all projected in stunning 4K quality. We have a new seating plan, so you can now book your seat before you arrive.

All studio films start at the time advertised.

Close Your Eyes

12A, 2hrs 49mins, In Spanish with subtitles


Julio Arenas is a famous Spanish actor who disappears while filming a movie. Although his body is never found, the police conclude that he has suffered an accident at a cliff by the sea. Many years later, the mystery is brought up once more by a TV program that tries to evoke the actor, offering a scoop on images of the last scenes in which he participated, shot by his close friend, director Miguel Garay.

Hundreds of Beavers

TBC, 1hr 48mins

WED 17 JUL 7PM | THU 18 JUL 7.30PM | WED 24 JUL 3PM

In the 19th century, a drunken applejack salesman sets out to be America's greatest fur trapper by defeating hundreds of cunning beavers. With nothing but his dim wits to guide him, he develops an increasingly elaborate series of traps in order win the hand of a mischievous lover.

Playing like a lost silent slapstick classic crossed with Looney Tunes cartoons and 80’s computer games, this endlessly inventive cult film in the making is gloriously goofy fun.

Blackbird Blackbird Blackberry

15, 1hrs 51mins, In Georgian with Subtitles MON 22 JUL 7PM | THU 25 JUL 7PM

This sensual and slyly subversive story of love and independence focuses on an unmarried 48-year-old woman living in a small Georgian village. Cherishing her freedom as much as her cakes, her choice to live alone is often the cause of gossip among her fellow villagers. Unexpectedly, she finds herself falling into a passionate affair with a man and is suddenly faced with the decision of whether to pursue the traditional route of coupling or continue her independent existence.


Hard Miles

12A, 1hr 49mins


Hard Miles tells the feelgood true story of the bicycling team at a medium-security correctional school in Colorado. The film follows beleaguered coach Greg Townsend as he rounds up an unlikely crew of incarcerated students for a seemingly impossible bike ride from Denver to the Grand Canyon. Inspired by the life of Greg Townsend and the Ridgeview Academy Cycling Team, this is the story of how these troubled young men found another gear.

Eternal You

TBC, 1hr 27mins


If you had the chance to talk to a loved one who died, would you take it? Complex ethical of moral issues, this eye-opening documentary delves into the world of tech startups using AI to create avatars of the deceased. With the help of artificial intelligence and Big Data, a dream comes true that is as old as mankind itself: eternal life.

Film Club

Share the Magic of Cinema This Summer

Join our Free Film Club and get half-price cinema tickets when you bring your friends. For more information visit rosestheatre.org/film-club Valid from Mon 1 Jul to Mon 30 Sep Half price cinema tickets when you bring your friends!

S Subtitled screening

All foreign language films also have English subtitles

SF / DF Sensory / Dementia Friendly screenings (these screenings begin promptly)

How a Dementia Friendly screening differs:

- Tickets just £4, carers go half price at £2

- The Lights in the Auditorium are left on low

- We don't show any trailers or adverts

- If you need to move around or stretch your legs please do so

- If it's a musical number or sing along, you are welcome to sing!

- We include a 15 min interval during the film

Audio Description is available on specified films. It's advisable to notify Box Office in advance if you would like to reserve a headset. Audio Description headsets do not impact the screening in any way for those not using them.


Main Screen:

Full price: £9.50, Concessions: £8.50, 16–25s: £5, Children: £5

Studio Screen:

All tickets: £8, 16–25s: £5, Children: £5

Event Cinema:

Full price: £18, Concessions: £16, 16–25s: £13, Children: £13

Members get £1 off a ticket per screening

Dont forget that this Summer you can get half price tickets for you and your friends when you sign up to our free film club.

Scan the QR code or visit our box office to sign up!

Box Office: 01684 295074 rosestheatre.org

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