Mon 14 Sep


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Please note, doors are at 7.30pm. If you have not arrived by 7.45pm, your seat will be released for on the door bookings.

This documentary contains themes of domestic violence and sexual assault throughout.

Following the screening, we'll be joined by Natalie Gavin - who stars in the 2010 documentary-drama.

Working from two years of audio interviews, Clio Barnard beautifully reconstructs the fascinating true story of troubled British playwright Andrea Dunbar and her tumultuous relationship with her daughter.

Due to change in government guidance, from the 8th of August all customers attending cinema screenings must wear a face covering. Sadly, we are unable to provide these on site, so please ensure you arrive with your own face covering. If you do not bring a face covering, you will not be granted entry to the screening and your ticket will not be refunded. The seating in our event space is socially distanced, and once seated you may remove your face covering to enjoy food and drinks.

Thank you for your compliance with this government update, and for your patience as we adapt to this new way of working.

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Doors open7:30 PM

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