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Poster image for Vanya, with stylised text and Andrew Scott looking away pensively in a teal shirt.
Cinema, Event Cinema


Tue 21 May, 8pm

National Theatre Live: Encore

Andrew Scott brings multiple characters to life in Simon Stephens’ radical new version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya, filmed live during its sold-out West End run.

Poster for All of Us Strangers - Andrew Scott leans back with his eyes closed in profile, while Paul Mescal stares at him wistfully. Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

All of Us Strangers

Mon 3 Jun, 5pm & 8pm

6 Nominations incl. Best British Film, BAFTA 2024

Irish stars Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal have won deserved plaudits for their emotionally candid performances in the latest heartbreaking and romantic feature from Andrew Haigh.

Poster for La Chimera, stylised portraits of the characters with Josh O'Connor in the centre. Pieces of classical art and statues surround them. Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

La Chimera

Mon 10 Jun, 5pm & 8pm

Palme d’Or Nominee, Cannes Film Festival 2023

Starring Josh O’Connor (The Crown), the new film from Alice Rohrwacher (Happy as Lazzaro) is a fresh, engrossing adventure film that’s simultaneously gritty and magical; sad and romantic; satisfying and unpredictable.

Cinema, Event Cinema

My National Gallery

Wed 12 Jun, 8pm

Exhibition on Screen

The stories of those who work at London’s National Gallery are used as a lens through which to explore the 200-year history of the gallery and what the future may hold for this spectacular space.

Poster for The Teachers' Lounge, Leonie Benesch stares directly into the camera against a dark blue background. Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

The Teachers’ Lounge

Mon 17 Jun, 5pm & 8pm

Best International Feature Nominee, Oscars 2024

Director İlker Çatak misses nothing in his brilliantly observed drama where a school becomes a proxy for the cultural and ethical clashes of modern-day society, and nothing remains private.

Poster for Io Capitano, a lone person walking through a vast desert. The figure replaces the i in the word Capitano in the title. Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

Io Capitano

Mon 1 July, 5pm & 8pm

Best International Feature Nominee, Oscars 2024

Matteo Garrone (Gomorrah) directs this humanistic portrait of the migrant experience, full of deep compassion, capturing the tragedy, turmoil and overriding sense of hope so many migrants cling to.

Poster image for Nye, featuring Michael Sheen in striped pyjamas, looking sullen. Cinema, Event Cinema, NTL


Fri 5 Jul, 7.30pm

National Theatre Live: Encore

Michael Sheen plays Nye Bevan in a surreal and spectacular journey through the life and legacy of the man who founded the NHS and transformed Britain’s welfare state.

Poster for Perfect Days, Kôji Yakusho sits surrounded by trees, wearing work overalls, and smiling up at the sky. Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

Perfect Days

Mon 8 July, 5pm & 8pm

Best International Feature Nominee, Oscars 2024

Wim Wenders’ Japan-set latest is a charming, moving gem about a Tokyo public toilet caretaker whose quiet life is disrupted when a young woman appears on his doorstep.

Poster for One Life, 3 images surround the title. Sir Anthony Hopkins wearing dark rimmed glasses in the top left. Helena Bonham Carter in the top right. And at the bottom a young man holding a child stands on a train platform, with a Nazi flag visible in the background. Cinema, Monday Night Cinema

One Life

Mon 15 July, 5pm & 8pm

Audience Award, Palm Springs Film Festival 2024

Sir Anthony Hopkins and Johnny Flynn lead an all-star cast in this incredible true story of bravery and heroism following Nicolas Winton - saviour of 669 children from the clutches of the Nazis.

Poster for Kidnapped, a young boy in white is being held on the lap of a Catholic Cardinal, dressed in red, who sits on an elaborate chair. Cinema, Monday Night Cinema


Mon 22 July, 5pm & 8pm

Palme d’Or Nominee, Cannes Film Festival 2023

Palme d’Or-winning director Marco Bellocchio’s latest film is based on the true story of how a six-year-old Jewish boy was taken from his family by the Catholic Church.