Dirty Dancing, The Graduate, Whitney Houston and The Mummy.

Whitney 'Can I Be Me' 

It is an engrossing and compassionate study of a great talent brought low, and the film's "unofficial" status is liberating. Peter Bradshaw - The Guardian

The strength of the documentary lies in the skill with which Broomfield combines a cautionary showbiz tale with a probing analysis of race, class, gender and celebrity. The structure here is akin to that of a detective story. Geoffrey Macnab - The Independent.


Whitney Houston documentary starts on Friday

Dirty Dancing + Live Pianist Friday Night Classic Love Stories

Starting on Friday July 21st for one night only, we have a big screen showing of Dirty Dancing at 8.30pm with a live pianist playing in the cafe bar from 7pm. 

The Time of Their Lives July 21st - Dirty Dancing.

The Graduate 50th Anniversary 

'Every element seemed to align for Mike Nichols, from perfect casting and honest performances, to ... that iconic Simon & Garfunkel soundtrack.' Austin Trunick - Under the Radar


Playing Fri 30th June 8.05pm & Sun 2nd July 3.20pm

The Mummy 

Tom Cruise steps into an Indiana Jones style role in the Mummy which is playing for just 7days.

Tom Cruise stars in The Mummy - starts Friday

Blog posted: 19/06/2017 by Kate Silverwood