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Small and intimate, sink into our sofa style seating, embrace the ambient lighting and immerse yourself in the movie you’ve been waiting for. All three screens, named after the leading ladies Elizabeth Taylor, Ingrid Bergman and Uma Thurman, boast a sensational style of their own. With your G&T in one hand and popcorn in the other, sit back, relax, and enjoy our mix of new releases, old classics and live events.

 

Films and times are updated every Tuesday and show availability for the following 10 days.

All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21 at all times.

Weekdays until 5pm
Adult £8pp
Senior (65+) £7pp
Child (under 18) £6pp
Weekdays after 5pm
Adult £10pp
Senior (65+) £9pp
Child (under 18) £8pp
Weekends all day
Adult £10pp
Senior (65+) £9pp
Child (under 18) £8pp
Bank holidays all day
Adult £10
Senior (65+) £9pp
Child (under 18) £8pp
1891

1891

The first successful prototype of a device showing moving pictures was created by British employee, William Kennedy Laurie Dickson, of the Edison Company in the USA.

1894

1894

Thomas Edison coined this device a kinetoscope, deriving from the Greek word ‘movement watcher.’

1894

14thApril 1894

The first kinetoscope parlours, offering a choice of films opened first in New York.

1894

18thOctober 1894

These parlours arrived in London but did not survive the introduction of the cinema.

1895

1895

The Lumiere Brothers invented the first projected motion picture to an audience in Paris, marking the birth of the cinema. Films were very short, but often played along to accompanying music.

1918

1918

The first movie created to use natural colour was Cupid Angling.

1927

1927

Produced by Warner Brothers in the USA, the first movie to incorporate sound into its picture was The Jazz Singer.

1937

1937

The first ever animated feature film created completely by using hand-drawn illustration was Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. This was also one of the first films to use the technicolour process.

1930 – 1940

With most movies now using sound and colour, the cinema industry entered the Golden Age of Hollywood. The cinema became the prime source of entertainment with people visiting twice a week!

1953

1953

Warner Brothers film, House of Wax, was the first 3D feature using colour and stereophonic sound.

1970

1970

The first ever IMAX movie (image maximum) was Tiger Child, produced in Osaka, Japan.

2004

2004

The Polar Express released as IMAX’s first full length animated 3D feature film sparked a new wave of improved 3D releases by Disney and Pixar.

2007

2007

In 2007 the first digital cinema opened in the UK.

2018

2018

The Flower Bowl three screen premium cinema with sofa-style seating opened!