See you again on 29th July

What a fantastic audience we had for Woman at War on Monday 17th – it’s rare to hear applause in a cinema so we’re really pleased you agreed with us about this film.

We’re taking an enforced break from the Arts Centre to allow for the Buxton Festival and Fringe. We’ll be back there on Monday 29th July to start a new season of great films – we’ll let you know when we’ve picked them.

For the Fringe this year, we’re trying out some late-night screenings in the Rotunda Theatre. We’ve selected 4 films that redefined their genres – we hope you agree and look forward to seeing you in July. Information below but we’ve printed leaflets with film notes for you to pick up – if you’d like us to drop one off to you please get in touch.

Coming soon…

Don’t miss our Buxton Fringe entry of 4 late-night screenings in the lovely Rotunda Theatre on the green. We’ve picked four genre-defining films which we hope you will enjoy:

The Philadelphia Story: A classic rom-com from 1940 with Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant and James Stewart. (6th July)

That Sinking Feeling: A Bill Forsyth classic released in 1980 – contemporary with the Buxton Festival and Fringe (10th July)

2001: A Space Odyssey: The Stanley Kubrick’s forsightful masterpiece made in 1968. (13th July)

The Orphanage: A Spanish horror from the Guillermo del Toro stable – perfect for a dark night in Buxton! (17th July)

All 10pm start – tickets £5 (£3 child, £4 conc) available on the door. Pick up our leaflet with full details and film reviews

We’ll be back in the Arts Centre on Monday 29th July and we’re busy planning our July-August programme – news of that soon. If you have suggestions, do get in touch.