Our Thursday lunchtime screenings are exclusively for parents (and their friends) with babies under 1 year old. No baby in the party, no entry. Due to customer feedback we now show the films with subtitles whenever we can.
Some of our favourite female comic performances, from Greta Garbo’s laugh-out-loud performance in Ninotchka to Holly Hunter’s star turn in the Coen brothers’ cult classic Raising Arizona.
Oxford Green Week Launch Event
A special one-off screening of UK Green Film Festival title ‘How to Let Go of the World…’ followed by a panel discussion with local environmental experts. A pre-launch event for Oxford Green Week.
MAO presents: Future Knowledge
Season of classic films to complement Modern Art Oxford exhibition Future Knowledge, which runs between 20 May—25 June 2017.
Live Ballet: Romeo and Juliet
Kenneth MacMillan’s production of Romeo and Juliet features two of the worlds most coveted principle dancers — Roberto Bolle and Misty Copeland — paired together for the very first time. Filmed at the stunning La Scala theatre in Milan.
One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest
To celebrate the incomparable Jack Nicholson’s 80th birthday this year, the BFI is bringing One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest, the classic he won his first Oscar from, back to the big screen.
Exhibition on Screen: Michelangelo
Exhibition on Screen takes a cinematic journey from the print and drawing rooms of Europe, through the great chapels and museums of Florence, Rome and the Vatican to explore the tempestuous life of Michelangelo.
All’Opera: La Traviata
A collaboration between American film-maker Sofia Coppola and Italian haute couture king Valentino comes in the form of a revival of Giuseppe Verdi’s classic opera, La Traviata.