Film


Gardner Cinema Sundays

Don’t miss great films every Sunday at the Gardner Arts Centre.

With a mixture of the most recent titles and the classics you’ve always wished you’d seen on the big screen, FREE parking, a café for snacks and a bar for drinks (which you can take into the film with you) as well as popcorn from just £1.50, what are you waiting for?

Films will be shown at 4pm and 7pm every Sunday and tickets are just £5 adults and £4 concessions. A multi buy ticket is also available which gives you 4 films for the price of 3!



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DEJA VU (12A)

Dir. Tony Scott
11 Feb 4pm

DEJA VU (12A)

A time–travel forensic crime thriller starring Denzel Washington.

128 mins

Tickets: £5/£4

CASINO ROYALE (12A)

Dir. Martin Campbell
11 Feb 7pm

CASINO ROYALE (12A)

James Bond must stop Le Chiffre, a banker to the world’s terrorist organisations, from winning a high–stakes poker tournament at Casino Royale in Montenegro.

125 mins

Tickets: £5/£4

FLUSHED AWAY (U)

Dir. David Bowers & Sam Fell
18 Feb 4pm

FLUSHED AWAY (U)

An uptown rat gets flushed down the toilet from his penthouse apartment, ending in the sewers of London, where he has to learn a whole new and different way of life.

84 mins

Tickets: £5/£4

A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION (PG)

Dir. Robert Altman
18 Feb 7pm

A PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION (PG)

After being sold, a local radio station in St. Paul Minnesota airs its last musical evening of downhome country and folksy corn.

Starring Woody Harrelson, Kevin Kline & Meryl Streep.

105 mins

Tickets: £5/£4

MISS POTTER (U)

Dir. Chris Noonan
25 Feb 4pm

MISS POTTER (U)

The story of Beatrix Potter, the author of the beloved children’s books, ‘The Tale of Peter Rabbit’ and ‘Jemina Puddle–Duck’. Starring Renee Zellweger and Ewan McGregor.

92 mins






Tickets: £5/£4

A NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM (U)

Dir. Chris Noonan
25 Feb 7pm

A NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM (U)

A newly recruited night security guard at the Museum of Natural History discovers that an ancient curse causes the animals and exhibits to come to life!

92 mins

Tickets: £5/£4

GHOSTS (15)

Dir. Nick Broomfield
4 March 4pm

GHOSTS (15)

Documentary of the events leading up to February 1004, when 23 Chinese workers lost their lives after being cut off by the tide while picking cockles in Morecambe Bay.

100 mins

Tickets: £5/£4

APOCALYPTO (18)

Dir. Mel Gibson
4 March 7pm

APOCALYPTO (18)

A heart–stopping mythic action–adventure set against the trubulent end of the once great Mayan civilization.

138 mins





Tickets: £5/£4

HAPPY FEET (U)

Dir. George Miller
11 March 4pm

HAPPY FEET (U)

Animated feature about a misfit dancing penguin who finds his calling.

109 mins

Tickets: £5/£4

DIRTY DANCING (12A)

Dir. Emile Ardolino
11 March 7pm

DIRTY DANCING (12A)

Celebate the 20th Anniversary of Dirty Dancing.
Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey star in the 80s dance classic.

100 mins

Tickets: £5/£4