Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 March  All tickets $8

A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood

Saturday 21 March at 12 Midday
Includes High Tea with homemade scones, sandwiches, mini meat pies, sherry, Twining Tea & filter coffee.

True story of a jaded magazine writer (Emmy-winner Matthew Rhys, TV’s The Americans) who is assigned a profile piece on a man who is his polar opposite: beloved US TV presenter Mister Rogers (Oscar-winner Tom Hanks). A timely real life story of kindness triumphing over cynicism.

“One of the most feel-good movies.” – Daily Nebraskan


Regal Screenings temporarily suspended after this weekend. 

Saturday 21 March at 3pm
Includes drinks, small chips & fun size chocolate 


At the height of WWI, two young British soldiers, George MacKay (Sunshine on Leith) and Dean-Charles Chapman (Game of ThronesG) must cross enemy territory in a race against time to deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of troops – one of the soldier’s brothers among them.

“One of the great movies of 2020.” – Stuff

“An astonishing piece of filmmaking, portraying war with enormous panache. This is big-screen bravado, and then some. ✮✮✮✮.”  – Empire

“A thrilling masterpiece filmed in one extraordinary single take. ✮✮✮✮✮.” – The Guardian


Fisherman's Friends

Includes Brunch, sherry, OJ, Twinings Tea & filter coffee
Sunday 22 March at 12 Midday

Charlize Theron joins Aussies Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie for this news room drama based on the real scandal that took down the head of a media empire.

“A compelling – and bitingly funny – account of a seminal moment brought to life by three heavyweight talents.”

Sunday Telegraph

“A ferociously entertaining dramatization of how an unlikely group of women exposed and deposed a media titan.”

 Los Angeles Times

Saoirse Ronan (Brooklyn) and Emma Watson (Harry Potter) head an all-star cast in Louisa May Alcott’s classic about four sisters forging their identities in the years after the Civil War. Also starring Timothée Chalamet, Laura Dern, Meryl Streep and Florence Pugh.

“Wonderfully warm, funny and heartfelt. ✮✮✮✮✮.”  The Guardian

“The best kind of Hollywood film: thoughtful yet escapist, sophisticated yet accessible, expertly crafted and deeply felt.”  The AV Club

Includes drinks, small chips & fun size chocolate 
Sunday 22 March at 7pm
Pantry Night: Whatever is left in the Pantry



All Tickets $8 unless otherwise advertised

Sat 21 Mar at 12 Midday Sneak Peek: A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD (PG) 
Sat 21 Mar at 3pm 1917 (MA15+)
Sat 21 Mar at 7.30pm  JO JO RABBIT (M) Sorry Booked Out
Sun 22 Mar at 12 Midday FISHERMAN'S FRIENDS (M) Final Screening
Sun 22 Mar at 3pm  BOMBSHELL (M) 
Sun 22 Mar at 7pm LITTLE WOMEN (G)

Screenings suspended until further notice

Little Women

A London music executive is pranked into signing a group of shanty-singing fisherman in this feel-good, true-story comedy drama.

“Uplifting British comedy. ✮✮✮✮.”  – Independent

“A sweet and cuddly true-life tale of Cornish fishermen.” The Times

“A gentle, sweet-natured comedy helped by big-hearted performances from Daniel Mays (Swimming with Men) and Tuppence Middleton (Downton Abbey).” – The Guardian

Sunday 22 March at 3pm
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