Star Wars: The Last Jedi..L to R: Chewbacca (Joonas Suotamo) and a Porg..Photo: Industrial Light & Magic/Lucasfilm..©2017 Lucasfilm Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi 15

BUY TICKETS 8pm Friday 26 January
BUY TICKETS 3pm Saturday 27 January
BUY TICKETS 3pm Sunday 28 January

DIRECTOR Rian Johnson
CAST Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Carrie Fisher, John Boyega

In this, Episode VIII of the epic saga, Rey begins her Jedi training with Luke Skywalker while Carrie Fischer’s General Leia Organna leads the fight against the First Order.

Rey’s journey picks up where The Force Awakens left her, as she begins her training with the legendary Jedi Luke Skywalker. Meanwhile the war between the Resistance and the authoritarian First Order intensifies, with General Leia Organa (a poignant final performance from the late Fisher), hotshot pilot Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) and First Order defector Finn (Boyega) fighting for the fate of the entire galaxy.
(2017 USA 152 mins)

The Last Jedi delivers everything you want from a Star Wars movie — fierce lightsaber action, space dogfights, exotic creatures, people off British telly as bad guys (hello, Ade Edmondson as a First Order Officer) — but layers it with story twists, character arcs and an emotional wallop that you could never have predicted. It doesn’t all work, but it’s a long time since a huge franchise movie has delivered the thrills and feels in such surprising ways … Fun, funny but with emotional heft, this is a mouth-watering set-up for Episode IX and a fitting tribute to Carrie Fisher.  Ian Freer, Empire

BBFC advice: Contains moderate violence
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Please note that when audio description is available, the optimum sound can be heard in the first three rows in the auditorium, seats 1-12.  We are currently seeking funding to install an enhanced system that will cover the whole auditorium.