For the first time in 30 years, Andrea Chénier, Umberto Giordano’s epic story of love and liberty, will be showing at The Royal Opera House and will be broadcast LIVE in cinemas this Thursday 29th January.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (12A) 7.45pm Fri 30 Jan, 3pm Sat 31 Jan & Sun 1 Feb
Big Eyes (12A) 8pm Sat 31 Jan & Sun 1 Feb
An extraordinary study of contemporary Aboriginal life about Charlie, an ageing ‘blackfella’ frustrated by the limits imposed by white laws, who heads out to the bush.
Charlie’s Country (15) 8pm Mon 2 February
Angelina Jolie’s powerful biopic about Louis Zamperini, who runs in the 1936 Berlin Olympics, survives a plane crash and is imprisoned by the Japanese in WW2.
Unbroken (15) 8pm Fri 6 Feb, 8pm Sat 7 Feb
A highly enjoyable conclusion to the series with Larry Daley heading to the British Museum, uniting favourite and new characters to keep the magic alive.
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (PG) 3pm Sat 7, 2pm & 5pm Sat 8, 3pm Fri 20 Feb
A historical drama based on the fascinating and ultimately tragic story of Alan Turing, leading the team at Bletchley Park seeking to break the German Enigma code.
The Imitation Game
The Imitation Game (12A) 8pm Sun 8 February
Treasure Island opens at National Theatre to great reviews
Treasure Island opened just before Christmas at the National Theatre and it’s proving to be very popular. There are still tickets remaining for the encore broadcast at Saffron Screen on Weds 18 Feb – come and join us for an evening of wonderful family entertainment from London (play suitable for children aged 10 years and above.)READ MORE