Our Thursday lunchtime screenings are exclusively for parents (and their friends) with babies under 1 year old. No baby in the party, no entry. Due to customer feedback we now show the films with subtitles whenever we can.
Heroines and Villainesses
Join us for a celebration of some of the most iconic heroines and villainesses in film history. From honest, hard-woking cops trying to make the world a better place to brilliant criminal minds committing acts of dastardly turpitude.
Free Screening: X+Y
This free screening of X+Y is a ‘Brain Diaries’ event to mark World Autism Awareness Day. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion. Tickets cannot be booked in advance.
Exhibition on Screen: The Artist’s Garden
Exhibition on Screen: The Artist’s Garden tells the story of American Impressionism in the late 19th and early 20th century. Taking its lead from French artists like Renoir and Monet, they crafted a visual language that told the story of a country moving from a nation of farmers to a land of factories.
Mad To Be Normal Q&A
David Tennant gives a nuanced performance as the maverick psychiatrist RD Laing in a film focussing on his controversial experiments at Kingsley Hall. The screening on Wednesday 12 April will be followed by a Q&A with the director Robert Mullan and cast members Tom Richards and James Utechin. The screening on Wednesday 3 May will be followed by a talk and discussion chaired by Science Oxford.