What’s On

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The Roxy is a non-profit community cinema and everyone is welcome. Film admission charges are £4 for members, £3.50 for concessions, £6:50 for guests and £4.50 for guest concessions. Membership is £12 per year, running from Sept-Sept. To keep going we rely on our members, friends and volunteers, and always welcome more. Doors and bar are open half an hour before the published film time. It’s a good idea to book. Just go to “What’s on and booking” on our website. Payment is still at the box office when you come to the film. Alternatively, call the box office on 07725 051523. The Roxy (and the whole house: see www.number36andtheroxy.co.uk) can be hired for events, meetings and private screenings. For these, please call Juliet on 07808 806573. For anything else, contact juliet@julietmaclay.com. NB: Some films and events start earlier than others!

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European Film Club
Tuesday, September 10th, 7:30pm
La Vie est un Long Fleuve Tranquille (12) FR 1988 90 mins.
Dir: Étienne Chatiliez. Valérie Lalande. Benoît Magimel
Two babies are switched at birth, leading to considerable complications in their very different families when the mistake is discovered twelve years later

Friday, September 13th 8:30pm
Mary, Queen of Scots (15) UK 2018 124 mins.
Dir: Josie Rourke. Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie
Ronan delivers a near-perfect performance in the title role in this darkly compelling and beautifully designed, if factually questionable, retelling of a familiar 16th-century story.

Friday, September 20th 8:30pm
Stan & Ollie (PG) UK 2018 98 mins.
Dir: Jon Baird. John C Reilly, Steve Coogan
Brilliant impersonations by Steve Coogan and John C Reilly add authenticity to this charming biopic about Oliver & Hardy’s troubled music-hall tour of Britain as they face the inevitable waning of their careers, if not their fame.

Friday, September 27th 8:30pm
Can You Ever Forgive Me? (15) USA 2019 106 mins.
Dir: Marielle Heller. Melissa McCarthy, Richard E Grant
At her best in this very funny but also melancholy true story, McCarthy plays a struggling biographer who finds an unlikely and fraudulent new source of income.

Friday, October 4th 8:30pm
Mary Poppins (PG) UK 2018 130 mins.
Dir: Rob Marshall. Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda
This remake sees a brilliant cast retain the magic of the 1964 original.

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European Film Club
Tuesday, October 8th 7:30pm
Toni Erdmann (15) Germany 2016 162 mins.
A practical joking father tries to reconnect with his hard-working daughter in the world of corporate strategists.
Thursday 10th and Friday, 11th October 8:30pm
Fisherman’s Friends (12A) UK 2019 112 mins.
Dir: Chris Foggin. James Purefoy, Tuppence Middleton
This gentle, sweet-natured comedy has warmth and likability, helped by big-hearted performances from a cast including Daniel Mays and Tuppence Middleton. It’s inspired by the true story of the Fisherman’s Friends, an all-male folk singing group from Port Isaac in Cornwall who became an unexpected success for their sea shanties.

Friday, October 18th 8:30pm
All is True (12A) UK 2019 101 mins.
Dir: Kenneth Branagh. Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench
“Ben Elton has written a sweet-natured, melancholy film about the retirement years of someone he’s lately been turning into his specialist subject: William Shakespeare. The great poet is played here with genial sympathy by the film’s director, Kenneth Branagh, sporting a pretty outrageous false nose. Judi Dench is his wife, Anne Hathaway, wearied into resilient impassivity by grief, the unfairness of life and an awful secret. Ian McKellen has a colossal, emphatically wigged cameo as the ageing Earl of Southampton”. Peter Bradshaw – The Guardian

Friday, November 22nd 8:30pm
Red Joan (12A) UK 2019 101 mins.
Dir: Trevor Nunn. Judi Dench, Sophie Cookson
Trevor Nunn’s wartime spy drama Red Joan is as much about the dangers of underestimating women as it is about espionage.

Friday, November 29th 8:30pm
Wild Rose (15) UK 2019 101 mins.
Dir: Tom Harper. Jessie Buckley, Julie Walters
Buckley sparkles as the Glaswegian ex-con who dreams of becoming a Nashville star in this entertaining and emotional film.

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European Film Club
Tuesday, December 3rd 7.30 pm
Diarios de Motocicleta (15) Argentina 2004 126 mins
Dir: Walter Salles. Gael Garcia Bernal. Rodrigo De La Serna
Based on Che Guevara’s 1952 motorcycle road trip through South America.

Friday, December 6th 8:30pm
Tolkien (12A) UK 2019 112 mins.
Dir: Dome Karukoski. Nicholas Hoult, Lily Collins
The story of how J.R.R Tolkien survived childhood privation and the Battle of the Somme to become one of the most successful fantasy writers ever.

Thursday 12th and Friday, 13th December 8:30pm
Rocketman (15) UK 2019 121 mins.
Dir: Dexter Fletcher. Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell
There are tiaras and tantrums in this good-natured though clearly authorised version of Elton John’s rise to flashy fame in the 1970s. Enough glitter to qualify as the Roxy Christmas special.

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