Senior Community Screenings
Every other Monday
Welcoming our 60+ cinema goers and those who matter to you most, to watch the latest new releases every other Monday morning.
Take advantage of our Senior Community screenings where we show the best of our exciting new release programme, with tickets at £6*.
These screenings provide a great opportunity to come together and connect with your fellow audience members.
We’ve created a space where you can watch a great film at a quieter time of the day; whether that means you come alone or bring along a companion, friend or family member, these screenings are here for you.
If you’d like to delight in a snack before the film, you can get a slice of cake and a hot drink for £5 from our Cinema Café - offer ends at midday.
Senior Community Screenings take place on the other Monday of every calendar month. These screenings are for people who are 60+ / retired, although we do welcome family, friends and companions also: up to 3 under 60s can accompany a senior guest.
*plus online booking fee of £1.50.
Senior Community Screening: Mami Wata
A harmonious and matriarchal ocean village comes under threat when spiritual beliefs and traditions come into question.
Senior Community Screening: Girl
Set in Glasgow, the feature debut by Adura Onashile sees a young mother forced to face the truth of her past life as her daughter approaches adolescence and strives for new freedom.
Senior Community Screening: Peeping Tom
Michael Powell's cult classic thriller from 1960 follows a serial killer who uses a portable film camera to document his victims.
Senior Community Screening: On the Adamant
Nicolas Philibert's French-language documentary paints a portrait of patients in a day care centre for adults, that floats on the river Seine.
Senior Community Screening: Maestro
The Barbican is one of the few cinemas in the world to screen this cinematic biography of American composer Leonard Bernstein (West Side Story).
Senior Community Screening: Anatomy of A Fall
Winner of the Palme d’Or in Cannes 2023, Justine Triet’s crime thriller follows the trial of a woman (Sandra Hüller) accused of murdering her husband in their remote chalet in the French Alps.
Free Senior Community Screening: The Sapphires
Join us for our free end of year Senior Community Screening of The Sapphires where four young Yorta Yorta (Aboriginal) singers find their collective voice in their discovery of Soul music.
Senior Community Screening: May December
An actress gets under the skin of a couple from a tabloid story about a contemporary reverse Lolita, in this thrilling drama with Julianne Moore, Natalie Portman and Charles Melton.
Senior Community Screening: Killers of The Flower Moon
Murderous ambition causes chaos in the Osage Nation in 1920s Oklahoma, after the discovery of oil by the Indigenous population.
Senior Community Screening: Silver Dollar Road
Raoul Peck's latest documentary on a Black family in North Carolina streams into a larger conversation about legal Black land theft, both ongoing and throughout history.
Senior Community Screening: Love Life
Kôji Fukada’s new family drama is a raw and complex portrayal of the fallout of a tragedy.
Senior Community Screening: Past Lives
Celine Song's beautiful drama about childhood friends reconnecting years later in New York City, where past and present collide.
Senior Community Screening: Scrapper
Lola Campbell plays a street-smart orphan surviving on her east London estate, until her estranged dad Harris Dickinson shows up, in Charlotte Regan's hilarious yet tender drama.
Senior Community Screening: Lie With Me
A buried, closeted love affair breaks through the soil in this deeply moving French tale based on Philippe Besson’s acclaimed novel.
Senior Community Screening: Alcarràs
Based in the director’s own experience growing up on a peach farm, and spiralling out into fiction, this complex, sensitive film considers the pressures of market forces; plus a short Egyptian film.
Senior Community Screening: Oppenheimer
Christopher Nolan directs Cillian Murphy as Robert J Oppenheimer, the man who invented the atomic bomb.
Senior Community Screening: Pretty Red Dress
Dionne Edwards' London fresh-out-of-jail drama on masculinity, family and Tina Turner throbs with feeling.
Senior Community Screening: Asteroid City
Grab your space-suits and Stetsons kids, Wes Anderson is launching us into the desert for the 1955 Junior Stargazer/Space Cadet Convention!
Senior Community Screening: Chevalier
Kelvin Harrison Jr. brings to life Chevalier de Saint-Georges, the forgotten French-Caribbean composer who rose to the heights of society.
Senior Community Screening: Mad About The Boy
The life and career of the British creative powerhouse: actor, screenwriter and songwriter who surged to fame from the humblest of beginnings.
Free Senior Community Screening: One Hand Don't Clap
We welcome our senior audience to watch the 4K restoration of the electric documentary directed by Kavery Kaul.
Senior Community Screening: Return to Seoul
In this emotionally charged and vibrant film from Davy Chou, a young French woman returns to Korea for the first time since her adoption.