Screening at RitzDigital or Connaught Cinema or Pavilion Cinema
Mirror Mirror (PG) 106mins
Friday April 13 to Thursday April 19
Screening at the Pavilion Cinema Tuesday April 17 and Wednesday April 18
Friday April 13: 12pm
Saturday April 14: 11am, 1.45pm and 7.45pm
Sunday April 15: 1.45pm and 7.45pm
Monday April 16: 4.30pm
Tuesday April 17 and Wednesday April 18: 7.30pm (Pavilion)
Thursday April 19: 4.30pm
All seats £4 for the 11am screening on Sat April 14
A wicked enchantress (Julia Roberts) schemes to control the throne of spirited orphan Snow White (Lily Collins), but when the young princesses beauty wins the heart of a noble prince, the villainous Queen banishes her to the forest. Rescued by a band of rebels, the resourceful Princess is determined to take back her birthright.
The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists 3D (U) 88mins
Screening until Wednesday April 18
Friday 13: 2.45pm and 5pm
Saturday 14 and Sunday 15: 12.35pm, 2.45pm and 5pm
Monday 16 and Wednesday 18: 5pm
Tuesday 17: 4.30pm
From Aardman Animations comes this swashbuckling 3D adventure! The luxuriantly bearded Pirate Captain (Hugh Grant) is an enthusiastic, if somewhat unsuccessful, terror of the High Seas. His lifelong dream is to beat his bitter rivals to the coveted Pirate of the Year Award. But with only his rag tag crew to help him, the Pirate Captain’s hopes look less than likely…
Titanic 3D (12A) 198mins
Screening until Thursday April 19
Friday April 13 to Sunday 15: 7.15pm
Monday April 16: 1pm and 7.15pm
Tuesday April 17: No Screening
Wednesday April 18: 1pm and 7.15pm
Thursday April 19: 7.15pm
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, revisit James Cameron’s epic love story for the first time ever in 3D. Join Rose (Kate Winslet) and Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) as they fall passionately in love, only to be tragically parted by unimaginable disaster.
The Artist (PG) 100mins
Sunday April 15 and Monday 16
Screening at the Pavilion Cinema on Monday April 16
Sunday April 15: 4.30pm
Monday April 16: 7.30pm (Pavilion)
Don’t miss this award winning silent movie. Hollywood, 1927: Silent movie star George Valentin wonders if the arrival of talking pictures will cause him to fade into oblivion, as Peppy Miller, a young dancer, rises through the industry and turns Valentin's world upside-down.
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