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  • Saturday Shakespeare
    Saturday Shakespeare

    'Saturday Shakespeare', which has been organised by Film Historian Lawrence Sutcliffe, will be shown at Eden Court in April and May 2016

    This comprises the following double bills :-

    Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet (1996) & West Side Story (1961) will be shown on Saturday 23rd April 2016

    Othello (1995) & All Night Long (1961) will be shown on Saturday 30th April 2016

    Taming of the Shrew (1967) and 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) will be shown on Saturday 7th May 2016

    Hamlet (1948) & The Lion King (1994) will be shown on Saturday 14th May 2016

    Chimes At Midnight (1965) (for Henry IV) and My Own Private Idaho (1991) will be shown on Saturday 21st May 2016

    Ran (1985) and Korol Lir (1972) (King Lear) will be shown on Saturday 28th May 2016

    As well as the above double bills, a restored version of Richard III will be shown on the 28th April at 7.30pm, followed by a post film live discussion with Ian McKellen and director Richard Loncraine.

  • Next
    Screening
    Tuesday
    10
    May
    7.15pm

    Burt Lancaster season

    Tue
    10
    May
    2016
     
    • Film Noir/Mystery/Drama
    • USA
    • B&W
    • 129 mins.
    Anatole Litvak's gripping thriller stars Barbara Stanwyck as bed ridden New York heiress Leona Stevenson, whose only access to the outside world is through her husband Henry (Burt Lancaster) or via the telephone. One night while trying to reach her husband at the office, the number is misdialled and she overhears two men planning to…
    • Tue
      24
      May
      2016
       
      • Drama
      • U.S.A
      • Colour
      • 95 mins.
      Burt Lancaster stars as Ned Merill, who begins his day with a lap in a friend's pool. Realising that his Connecticut suburb is full of backyard pools which lead all the way to his house he attempts to swim all the way home, confronting incidents from his…
    • Tue
      07
      Jun
      2016
       
      • Satirical drama
      • USA
      • B&W
      • 95 mins.
      Powerful and unscrupulous New York newspaper columnist J.J. Hunsecker (Burt Lancaster) enlists sleazy press agent Sidney Falco (Tony Curtis) to do whatever it takes to break up his sister's affair with a jazz musician. The first American film of Scottish director Alexander Mackendrick, Sweet Smell of Success…