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Baby Club

Our Thursday lunchtime screenings are exclusively for parents (and their friends) with babies under one year old. No baby in the party, no entry!  Films are shown with the lights up a little, the sound down a little, and with subtitles whenever we can.

Our next Baby Club screening is Lady Bird on Thursday 29 March. Book now.

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Architectural Wonders

A short season of classic films which feature iconic architecture, either in the form of a historic site or an elaborately designed set.

Shiraz: a Romance of India Rated U

Sun 1 Apr: 16:00 | Tue 3 Apr: 18:45

Playtime Rated U

Sun 8 Apr: 15:45 | Mon 9 Apr: 18:15
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Exhibition on Screen: Van Gogh

Exhibition on Screen showcases Van Gogh’s iconic works in this award-winning documentary about the artist’s personal life and his development as an artist.

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Ingmar Bergman Retrospective

A season of classic films to mark the centenary of the birth of Ingmar Bergman, one of the greatest filmmakers of all time.

Dates, times and booking info coming soon.

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Remember Baghdad Q&A

The British Institute for the Study of Iraq host a screening of documentary Remember Baghdad. A Q&A follows this screening, featuring Professor Eugene Rogan (chair) and Avi Shlaim (Emeritus Professor of International Relations, University of Oxford).

Remember Baghdad Rated 15

Wed 2 May: 18:30
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Science Oxord: Islands & the Whales

Science Oxford presents a screening of a documentary about a whaling community on the Danish Faroe Islands whose longheld fishing practices face the threat of animal rights activists, plummeting wildlife populations, and rising mercury levels.

The Islands and the Whales Rated 12A

Wed 9 May: 18:30
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Exhibition on Screen: I, Claude Monet

Based entirely on Claude Monet’s personal letters, this documentary tells the story of one of Europe’s greatest ever artists in his own words. See the locations where Monet painted some of his most famous artworks and wrote these deeply intimate letters

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