$12.50 Tickets - Discount Days in June

$12.50 Tickets - Discount Days in June

$12.50 Tickets - Discount Days in June

Come in from the cold winter weather and lose yourself in one of our films this June!  Mondays and Tuesdays in June are our discount days. All tickets for regular sessions on these days are $12.50 each! 

 

Terms and Conditions:

Mondays and Tuesdays in June are our discount days.

All tickets for regular sessions on these days are $12.50 each! 

Please note discounts do not apply on public holidays, actual or observed.

Tickets can be purchased through our website at any time as well as our Box Office.

Regular sessions only.

No other offers or discounted tickets can be used with this offer.

Movies Showing In June

Rocketman

  • Cast
  • Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Richard Madden, Gemma Jones, Bryce Dallas Howard
  • Director
  • Dexter Fletcher
  • Synopsis
  • The story of Elton John's (Taron Egerton) life, from his years as a prodigy at the Royal Academy of Music through his influential and enduring musical partnership with Bernie Taupin.
  • Classification
  • M, 121 mins
  • Consumer Advice
  • Mature themes, drug use, sex scene and frequent coarse language
  • Running Time
  • 121 minutes

Red Joan

  • Cast
  • Tom Hughes, Judi Dench, Sophie Cookson
  • Director
  • Trevor Nunn
  • Synopsis
  • Joan Stanley (Judi Dench) is a widow living out a quiet retirement in the suburbs when, shockingly, the British Secret Service places her under arrest. The charge: providing classified scientific information - including details on the building of the atomic bomb - to the Soviet government for decades. As the interrogation gets underway, Joan relives the dramatic events that shaped her life and her beliefs.
  • Classification
  • M, 101 mins
  • Consumer Advice
  • Mature themes and sex scenes
  • Genre
  • Biography, Drama, Thriller
  • Running Time
  • 101 minutes

World At Arms Length

  • Director
  • Susanne Bohlmann
  • Synopsis
  • Sven has a dream. Once in his life he wants to walk the Camino de Santiago – the Way of St. James. But that seems impossible, Sven has Usher syndrome, a disease which slowly, inexorably robs him of hearing and vision

    Profoundly deaf and completely blind since 2010, he can only communicate using a special hearing aid in the spoken language. A hearing aid does not distinguish the sounds – they flow, unfiltered to him – only helpful if Sven’s environment is calm and silent and even then it brings exhaustion and headaches. He mainly speaks via tactile gestures, forming words and letters using his hands. He is totally dependent upon the help of his specially trained assistants. Sven has to entrust himself to his assistants, because although he is their “boss”, he can’t fully perceive his surroundings. They are his eyes and his ears. They guide him, describe his surroundings and translate every communication with the outside world for him.

    There are less than 50 trained Deafblind Assistants in Germany. As assistant, Almuth learns of Sven’s dream to wander the Camino de Santiago, she offers to accompany him on the 800 kilometres. Sven can hardly believe it. Immediately he prepares for the journey of his life. He plans his trip together with Almuth over two years. Seven assistants will alternate his care. He has worked with 3 of this all female crew before – he barely knows the rest. In the middle of April, after much preparation, the journey begins.
  • Classification
  • E, 98 mins
  • Running Time
  • 98 minutes

Tolkien

  • Cast
  • Lily Collins, Nicholas Hoult, Mimi Keene
  • Director
  • Dome Karukoski
  • Synopsis
  • Tolkien is a biopic based on the early life of J.R.R. Tolkien, author of the Lord of the Rings novels.

    Tolkien (Nicholas Hoult), a language-loving orphan living in England, finds friendship and inspiration in a group of fellow students who start referring to themselves as a "fellowship." He also meets and falls in love with Edith Bratt (Lily Collins), his future wife. But when England enters World War I and Tolkien's relationships are threatened by danger and distance, he's inspired more than ever to pen what will become his epic fantasy novels.
  • Classification
  • M, 112 mins
  • Consumer Advice
  • Mature themes and violence
  • Genre
  • Biography, Drama
  • Running Time
  • 112 minutes

Wild Rose

  • Cast
  • Jessie Buckley, Craig Parkinson, Julie Walters
  • Director
  • Tom Harper
  • Synopsis
  • Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley) is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek. Fresh out of prison and reunited with her son and daughter, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Rose's mother Marion (Julie Walters), on the other hand, has had a bellyful of her worthless nonsense. Forced to take strict responsibility, Rose gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house.
  • Classification
  • M, 100 mins
  • Consumer Advice
  • Coarse language and a sex scene
  • Genre
  • Drama, Music
  • Running Time
  • 100 minutes

Claire Darling

  • Cast
  • Catherine Deneuve, Chiara Mastroianni, Alice Taglioni
  • Director
  • Julie Bertuccelli
  • Synopsis
  • In Verderonne, a small village in the Oise, it's the first day of summer and Claire Darling wakes up convinced to live her last day - She then decides to empty her house and trade everything without distinction, Tiffany lamps to the collection clock. The objects so loved echo her tragic and flamboyant life. This last madness brings back Mary, her daughter, whom she has not seen for 20 years.
  • Classification
  • M, 109 mins
  • Genre
  • Drama, Foreign
  • Running Time
  • 109 minutes

Never Look Away

  • Cast
  • Tom Schilling, Sebastian Koch, Paula Beer, Saskia Rosendahl, Oliver Masucci, Hanno Koffler, Cai Cohrs, Ina Weisse
  • Director
  • Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
  • Synopsis
  • In post-war East Germany, Kurt Barnert (Tom Schilling), haunted by the disappearance of his aunt Elisabeth during the Nazi regime, is a student at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts, where he falls in love with fashion student Ellie Seeband (Paula Beer). Their relationship comes under scrutiny from her father, Professor Carl Seeband (Sebastian Koch), who worked as a gynecologist for the Nazis during WWII.

    Kurt and Ellie decide to flee to Western Germany. There, Kurt is able to attend the modern art academy in Dusseldorf, where his talent is recognized, but he struggles to find his voice after years of living under the restrictive conditions of the Nazi and GDR-regimes.

    When he discovers that a terrible crime was committed by Carl during the war that ties Kurt's past to that of Ellie's family, he begins transforming his childhood traumas into art.
  • Classification
  • M, 189 mins
  • Consumer Advice
  • Mature themes, sex, nudity and violence
  • Genre
  • Drama, History, Thriller
  • Running Time
  • 189 minutes

 

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