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01 Cinema June 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 Great Escaper

The Great Escaper

THU 6 JUN 7.00PM

12A, 1hrs 36mins


We mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day with this special screening of this heartfelt British-French drama film inspired by the true-life story of Bernard Jordan, an 89-year-old World War II veteran. Directed by Oliver Parker and starring Michael Caine and the late Glenda Jackson, it follows Jordan's daring escape from his nursing home to attend the 70th anniversary D-Day commemorations in France in 2014.

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

12A, 2hrs 25mins

FRI 7 JUN 4.00PM & 7.30PM

MON 10 JUN 7.30PM | THU 13 JUN 11.00AM

Several generations after Caesar's reign, apes are now the dominant species and humans have been reduced to a feral like existence.

As a new tyrannical ape leader builds his empire, one young ape undertakes a harrowing journey that will cause him to question all that he has known about the past and to make choices that will define a future for apes and humans alike.

Love Lies Bleeding

15, 1hr 44mins

WED 12 JUN 11.00AM

THU 13 JUN 7.30PM

Love, lust and steroid fuelled revenge collide in this hard-boiled pulp thriller that plays like Thelma and Louise directed by the Coen Brothers.

Kristin Stewart plays a reclusive gym manager Lou, who falls hard for an ambitious and aspiring bodybuilder who is heading through town to Vegas in pursuit of her dream. Their passionate romance ignites violence, pulling them deep into the web of Lou’s criminal family.

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

15, 2hrs 28mins

SAT 15 JUN 7.30PM

WED 19 JUN 7.30PM

As the world falls, young Furiosa is snatched from the Green Place of Many Mothers into the hands of a great biker horde led by the warlord Dementus. Sweeping through the wasteland, they encounter the citadel presided over by Immortan Joe.

The two tyrants wage war for dominance, and Furiosa must survive many trials as she puts together the means to find her way home.



18, 2hrs 1mins

FRI 21 JUN 11.00AM

THU 27 JUN 7.30PM

1984, London: 7-year-old Maria and her mother live in their own loving world built on sorting through bins and collecting shiny refuse. One night, their world falls apart, and we join Maria a decade later, living with her foster mother. An older stranger, Michael, then enters their home, opening the door to past trauma, magic and madness....

The Dead Don't Hurt

15, 2hrs 9mins

FRI 21 JUN 7.30PM | MON 24 JUN 7.30PM

THU 27 JUN 2.00PM S

In a frontier town run by corrupt forces, fiercely independent Vivienne Le Coudy embarks on a relationship with the passionate, hard-working Holger Olsen, but it’s one that leads to danger for them both. With the threat of the Civil War looming, their future becomes uncertain when Holger decides to fight for the Union, leaving Vivienne on her own to face the dangerous threats of a corrupt mayor and a power-hungry ranch owner and his violent son.

Exhibition on Screen: My National Gallery, London

12A, 1hr 30mins

WED 26 JUN 7.30PM

SAT 29 JUN 11.00AM

This film gives voice to those whose lives have been touched by the Gallery – from security guard to director, everyday visitor to celebrities and members of the royal family. Claudia Winkleman, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam, Jacqueline Wilson and HRH Princess Eugenie all let us in to their deeply personal connection with the National Gallery.

Sasquatch Sunset

15, 1hr 28mins

SAT 29 JUN 7.30PM

TUE 2 JUL 1.30PM

The Dawn of Man section of 2001: A Space Odyssey meets Monty Python in one of the most unique and talked-about films of the year. In the misty forests of North America, a family of Sasquatches—possibly the last of their enigmatic kind— embark on an absurdist, epic, hilarious, and ultimately poignant journey over the course of one year. We watch as these shaggy and noble giants fight for survival as they find themselves on a collision course with the ever-changing world around them.


Refugee Week

Refugee Week is the world’s largest arts & culture festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees and people seeking sanctuary. Established in 1998 in the UK, this annual festival aligns with World Refugee Day, celebrated globally on June 20th. In 2024, join us from June 17th to 23rd for a community-powered week!

In support of refugee week we are showing four films centred around the topic to bring awareness.

Io Capitano 15, 2hrs 1mins, In Wolof and French with subtitles

MON 17 JUN 7.30PM

THU 20 JUN 11.00AM

On a journey neither could have imagined, the boy’s face the dangers and the beauty of the desert, the shock of detention centres in Libya, and the perils of the sea in their pursuit of a better life, in an epic story that offers a deeply human perspective on the migrant crisis.


Drift 15, 1hr 33mins

WED 19 JUN 8.00PM

FRI 21 JUN 11.30AM

Jacqueline, a young refugee, lands alone and penniless on a Greek island, where she tries first to survive and then to cope with her past. While gathering her strength, she begins a friendship with a rootless tour-guide and together they find the resilience to forge ahead.

This film is in The Studio and will start promptly

Nezouh 12A, 1hr 44mins, In Arabic with Subtitles

FRI 21 JUN 2.00PM

THU 27 JUN 7.00PM

When a bomb blows a massive hole in wall and ceiling of their apartment, Zeina's mother thinks it’s time to leave, but her father is resolute that they stay, refusing to turn his family into refugees. While a new war grows between her parents, the holes becomes a window into a new world for the impressionable Zeina, who forms a friendship of clandestine rooftop meetings and messages lowered on ropes with the neighbours son Amer.

This film is in The Studio and will start promptly

Green Border

TBC, 2hrs 27mins, In Polish, Arabic, English and French with Subtitles

FRI 21 JUN 7.00PM

WED 26 JUN 7.00PM

In this gripping refugee thriller from veteran Polish director Agnieszka Holland, a Syrian family leaves the violence of their country behind, hoping to cross from Belarus into Poland and then onto the safe haven of Sweden, only to get caught in a political maelstrom, demonised by the Polish government.

This film is in The Studio and will start promptly


Studio Films

The Studio Screen is an intimate, 22-seat screening room located on the second floor of the theatre, just beyond the bar. At this time, seating is on a first-come, first-served basis as we are in the process of implementing a seating plan.

This cozy venue is dedicated to showcasing world cinema, British independent films, archival collections, and family favorites, all projected in stunning 4K quality.

Monster 12A, 2hrs 5mins, In Japanese with subtitles

THU 6 JUN 7.30PM

MON 10 JUN 7.00PM

When her young son Minato starts to behave strangely, single mother Saori knows that there is something wrong. Discovering that one of his teachers might be responsible, she storms into the school demanding answers. But as the story unfolds through the eyes of mother, teacher and child, shocking truths begin to emerge.

This film is in The Studio and will start promptly

La Chimera 15, 2hrs 11mins, In Italian with Subtitles

WED 12 JUN 11.30AM

THU 13 JUN 7.00PM

Arthur, a vagabond-type character, is mourning the loss of his love. A local ragtag group of graverobbers make use of his archaeological skills to find ancient tombs filled with artefacts, but Arthur uses the digs to search for a door to the afterlife, of which myths speak, where he imagines reuniting with her.

This film is in The Studio and will start promptly


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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:

- 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

Event Cinema:

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

Members get £1 off a ticket per screening

Box Office: 01684 295074

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