Oscar Winner - Parasite, Emma, Kinky Boots, Waiting for Anya, Military Wives and The Notebook

Parasite - OSCAR WINNER. 

Parasite won Best Picture at the Oscars on Sunday night, making it the first non-English speaking film to win the Academy's most prestigious award.

Director Bong Joon-ho’s film about a lower-income family who infiltrates a wealthy household, only to learn a much darker secret, has led the awards season and has landed six Oscars in total.

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Parasite comes to the Red Carpet from February 28th.

Emma 

Just a gentle reminder that the new adaptation of Emma arrives this Friday. It's already scoring very well with the critics and currently sits at 92% positive...

'Hugely enjoyable, fresh and exceedingly crisp, it nestles into its period setting yet reaches out to ours. Bill Nighy is a fretful delight, Anya Taylor-Joy brisk and forthright.' Sarah Carlland - Caution Spoilers.

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Emma starts with us on Friday.

Kinky Boots The Musical 

This Tony Award winning musical is playing to packed audiences so I've put another showing on. It's now available on Saturday February 22nd at 8.30pm. If you missed booking a seat before, now is your moment!

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Kinky Boots returns for another showing on Saturday Feb 22nd at 8.30pm

Waiting for Anya + Q&A with Michael Morpurgo 

This week I have TWO premieres available with a Q + A. The first is 'Waiting for Anya,' a beautiful adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's novel about a young boy who stumbles on a dangerous secret, that children are being smuggled out of Nazi-occupied France to the safety of Spain. The Q + A with Michael Morpurgo adds a fascinating insight into his inspiration for the story.
 

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Waiting for Anya with the Q & A is showing for one night only Fri 21st Feb

Military Wives - Premiere Event 

The second premiere is a special showing of Military Wives with live satellite beam back from the film's premiere in Leicester Square - featuring Lorraine Kelly hosting red carpet interviews with Kristin Scott Thomas, Sharon Horgan and the cast. There will be a special live performance from the Military Wives Choir and the film will shown afterwards.

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Military Wives arrives with a Premiere Event on Mon Feb 24th at 6.15pm

The Notebook (2004) Valentine's Special 

As a special one off event we have one showing of the much loved romance The Notebook for Valentines night. The Notebook is an adaptation of the 1996 novel by Nicholas Sparks which stars Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams as a young couple who fall in love in the 1940s. Although the film originally received mixed reviews it performed very well at the box office, received a number of award nominations and has gained a cult following.

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The Notebook is showing on Valentine's night only at 8.30pm.
Blog posted: 10/02/2020 by Kate Silverwood