Showing at the Cinema

WALLINGFORD'S CINEMA IS EQUIPPED WITH 

 

                                            

 

                 DIGITAL PROJECTION

 

       DOLBY® DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND

 

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All cinema performances start at 7.30pm (unless otherwise stated)

 

Ticket prices  : Adults £6 , Under 15s £4 

Booking is NOW OPEN for all the listed films

 

Online booking NOW LIVE

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PLEASE NOTE: Online booking for a show closes 30 minutes before

the advertised start time of that show. 

Please allow time to collect your online tickets from the Box Office before the show.

 

 

 

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FRI 14 DEC at 7.30 pm

also showing SUN 16 DEC to THU 20 DEC at 7.30 pm  -See below

 

GAMBIT (12A)

 

Joel and Ethan Coen script this remake of the Michael Caine/Shirley MacClaine comedy. Colin Firth takes the role of art curator Harry Deane, who teams up with PJ Puznowski (Cameron Diaz) in a plot to sell a fake work of art. Meanwhile Alan Rickman should be spot-on casting for Lord Shabandar while Tom Courtenay and Stanley Tucci also appear. With ‘The Last Station’ director Michael Hoffman at the helm, this could be a decent British comedy with a bit of Hollywood pizazz courtesy of Ms Diaz.

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MATINEE: SUNDAY 16 DECEMBER at 2.30 pm

                              Film finishes about 4.40 pm

ONE  OF THE ALL-TIME "FEEL GOOD" FILMS !

An uplifting offering for a winter afternoon !

 

Nominated for 5 Oscars. The Director won a Golden Globe. Another 4 wins

 

A new DIGITAL restoration of a highly popular film.

 

(U)

 

An angel helps a compassionate but despairingly frustrated businessman

 by showing what life would have been like if he never existed.

 

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SUN 16 DEC to THU 20 DEC at 7.30 pm

 

GAMBIT (12A)

 

Joel and Ethan Coen script this remake of the Michael Caine/Shirley MacClaine comedy. Colin Firth takes the role of art curator Harry Deane, who teams up with PJ Puznowski (Cameron Diaz) in a plot to sell a fake work of art. Meanwhile Alan Rickman should be spot-on casting for Lord Shabandar while Tom Courtenay and Stanley Tucci also appear. With ‘The Last Station’ director Michael Hoffman at the helm, this could be a decent British comedy with a bit of Hollywood pizazz courtesy of Ms Diaz.

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DATES HAVE NOW BEEN CONFIRMED FOR THE MOST EXCITING FILM MUSICAL EVER

SHOWING AT THE CORN EXCHANGE IMMEDIATELY AFTER PANTOMIME 

SUNDAY 27 JANUARY to SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY : Nightly at 7.30 pm

plus ! SUNDAY 3 FEBRUARY MATINEE at 2.30 pm

 

 

 "Les Miserables"                           (Cert & running time t.b.c.)

     ALL STAR CAST

 

 BOOKING WILL OPEN SOON - WATCH THIS SPACE

 

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Showing at the February half-term break.  

SUNDAY MATINEE 10 FEBRUARY at 2.30 pm

MONDAY 11 FEBRUARY to SATURDAY 16 FEBRUARY : Nightly at 7.30 pm

WEDNESDAY MATINEE 13 FEBRUARY at 2.30 pm

SATURDAY MATINEE 16 FEBRUARY at 2.30 pm

 

        

                                                                               ( Cert 12A t.b.c.) 

 

PLEASE NOTE  THE PROVISIONAL RUNNING TIME (to be confirmed later)

(Because of the length of this film we may have an Interval at a suitable point

- this will be advised when the running time has been confirmed)

 

(Released just before Christmas we are unable to take a booking due to Pantomime)  

 

BOOKING WILL OPEN SOON  - WATCH THIS SPACE

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SUNDAY 17 FEBRUARY to THURSDAY 21 FEBRUARY Nightly at 7.30 pm

 

Quartet (tbc)

 

 

ALL STAR CAST headed by : 

Maggie SMITH, Billy CONNOLLEY, Michael GAMBON and  Tom COURTENAY

 

After years of acting and two Oscars under his belt, Dustin Hoffman finally takes a turn behind the camera in his directorial debut for Quartet.

Based on Ronald Harwood's play of the same name, the film takes place at Beecham House, a home where retired opera singers Cissy (Pauline Collins), Reginald (Tom Courtenay) and Wilf (Billy Connolly) live. Formally part of a quartet, every year the three take part in a concert to celebrate composer Giuseppe Verdi's birthday. But when Jean (Maggie Smith), the fourth member of their group arrives at the seniors' home, things get complicated. As she is the ex-wife of fellow member Reginald, old rivalries, theatrical temperaments and drama evidently ensues and it becomes unclear whether or not the show will go on.

While the film never gets any more drastic than this, it is delightfully charming to see veteran actors Smith, Courtenay, Connolly and Collins strut their stuff. With Smith perfectly playing the slightly narcissistic queen bee of the group, even Michael Gambon makes an appearance as the eccentric lead coordinator of the concert. But as we see Courtenay's Reggie harbour old feelings for his ex-wife and Collins play the lovable confidante Cissy, it's Connolly who steals the show as the hilariously lustful Wilf.

 

with Pauline COLLINS, Andrew SACHS, Trevor PEACOCK and Sheridan SMITH

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