Between September and December, Saffron Screen will present more live theatre, music, ballet, opera and exhibitions than ever before, giving audiences the opportunity to enjoy spectacular events from the comfort of their local cinema.
A thilling animated sequel about young Viking Hiccup and his faithful dragon Toothless who must take on power-hungry dragon-hunter Drago Bludvist.
How to Train Your Dragon 2
How to Train Your Dragon 2 (PG) 43pm Thu 28 Aug, 4pm Sat 30 Aug
A sun-filled enchantment about a lonely girl who befriends a wild boy living in the woods over a heart-breakingly innocent summer.
Hugo and Josephine
Hugo and Josephine (Hugo och Josefin) (PG) 7pm Thu 28 Aug
Sir Tim Rice’s epic new musical is adapted from one of the greatest novels of the 20th century; a gripping tale of illicit love and army life which translates in to a breath-taking, romantic and excitingly original show.
From Here To Eternity
From Here To Eternity (15 TBC) - 7.30pm Friday 29 August
This adaptation of the international best-selling novel balances dark humour with playful storytelling as Allan escapes from his old people’s home on his 100th birthday.
The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared
The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (Hundraåringen som klev ut genom fönstret och försvann) (15) 8pm Sat 30 & Sun 31 Aug
Seven-year-old Joey runs away to the funfair at Coney Island, losing himself in the rides and spectacle, in this glorious slice of 50s America seen through a child’s eyes.
Little Fugitive (U) 4pm Sun 31 Aug
A moving tale of two teenage girls in post-Soviet Georgia, growing away from their families and worrying about what the future holds.
In Bloom (Grzeli nateli dgeebi) (15) 8pm Mon 1 Sept
PLAY from the RSC
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
The Two Gentlemen of Verona - Wed 3 Sept 6.50pm
The National Theatre will broadcast Helen McCrory (The Last of the Haussmans) in the title role of the powerful Greek tragedy Medea by Euripides, in a new version by Ben Power, directed by Carrie Cracknell.
Medea - Live from the National Theatre 4 Sept
Cinema of Childhood
Films about childhood take us on fantastic voyages: E.T. is a magical bike ride, The Jungle Book shows us the bare necessities, and Miyazaki’s films are animated dreamscapes. Beyond these classics, there’s a world of great cinema about kids which is hardly known, but just as brilliant.READ MORE