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Cinema for Rutland

Supported by Arts for Rutland

Supported by Arts for Rutland

The Museum hosts Cinema for Rutland, an initiative by Arts for Rutland.
Cinema showings take place on the first Thursday of the month at the Rutland County Museum.
Doors open at 7pm for a 7:30pm showing unless stated.

All are welcome – tickets are just £5 – available in advance from Oakham Wines or WeGotTickets.com.
Tickets can usually, but not always, be purchased on the door, however demand has been increasing and we have sold out on occasion recently.
Wine and refreshments are available before the film showing.

The forthcoming programme is as follows –

Thursday 3 October 2019 – ‘Fishermen’s Friends’ [12A] (2019) (Comedy, Drama, Music)
1 Hour 52 Minutes
The story of a group of Cornish fisherman who get together to sing sea shanties, with unexpected results.
Starring: Tuppence Middleton, James Purefoy and Daniel Mays.

Thursday 7 November 2019 – ‘Sometimes Always Never’ [12A] (2018) (Comedy, Drama, Mystery)
1 Hour 31 Minutes
A whimsical tale filmed around the Merseyside coastline. Bill Nighy stars as a quietly intelligent man who has retreated into his habits and eccentricities. He sets out determined to re-connect with his son and re-unite his family.
Starring: Bill Nighy, Sam Riley and Alice Lowe.

Thursday 5 December 2019 – ‘Yesterday’ [12A] (2019) (Fantasy, Comedy, Music)
1 Hour 56 Minutes
A romantic musical comedy with an unlikely story built around The Beatles’ musical catalogue.
Starring: Himesh Patel, Lily James, Sophia di Martino, Ed Sheeran, James Corden and many more.

Thursday 2 January 2020 – ‘Late Night’ [15] (2019) (Drama, Comedy)
1 Hour 42 Minutes
Emma Thompson stars as the host of a late night TV show whose ratings are plunging. Suspecting she is in danger of losing her job she decides to take decisive action.
Starring: Emma Thompson, John Lithgow and Mindy Kaling.