Based on Roald Dahl’s beloved children’s book, an enchanting tale about a young girl with exceptional powers taking on bullies, wicked headmistress Miss Trunchbull, and her neglectful and greedy parents.
Summer Holiday Family Classics
The school summer holidays are here and we’ve handpicked a season of family classics for all ages to enjoy. Every Sunday and Wednesday afternoon during the holidays, we will be showing a classic family film chosen by our programming team of staff and volunteers. All tickets (including adults) cost £6.50 for Sunday showings and just £5 on Wednesdays. Take a look at the schedule below, and book using the film links underneath.
Sunday 23 July 3.30pm
Wednesday 26 July 4pm
THE WITCHES (1990)
Sunday 30 July 2.45pm
Wednesday 2 August 4pm
THE GOONIES (1985)
Sunday 6 August 3.15pm
Wednesday 9 August 3.45pm
Sunday 13 August 2.30pm
Wednesday 16 August 3.15pm
Sunday 20 August 2.45pm
THE DARK CRYSTAL (1982)
Sunday 27 August 3pm
Wednesday 30 August 4pm
Nicolas Roeg’s deliciously dark adaptation of Roald Dahl’s story about a young boy who discovers a secret coven of witches and their plan to turn all children into mice.
A group of misfit kids stumble upon an ancient treasure map and embark on an adventure to find the treasure and save their hometown in Richard Donner’s beloved 1980s family classic.
An innocent teenage boy is falsely accused of a crime and sent to Camp Green Lake for hard labour. Shia LaBeouf stars in this enthralling adventure adapted from Louis Sachar’s popular young adult novel.
Heartwarming animation following the journey of a young deer named Bambi, who learns about friendship and the beauty of nature along the way to becoming the Great Prince of the Forest.
Featuring with inventive puppetry, mythological themes, and genuine emotional depth, Jim Henson’s fantasy adventure follows two young heroes teaming up to save their world from the clutches of evil.
Plan your visit
Our beautiful art deco inspired auditorium can be found just off East Oxford's Cowley Road. We are open 7 days a week. We open the cinema and box office 30 minutes before the scheduled start time of each film, and the Box Office then closes 10 minutes after the film starts. We don’t show adverts, just a couple of trailers, so don't be late as the film itself starts very close to the advertised time!