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Colette subtitled (15) 112 mins
Drama starring Keira Knightley and Dominic West. Paris,1893. Colette marries novelist Willy, an intellectual. But as their respective affairs become more involved and Colette’s writing becomes the toast of Paris, their unconventional relationship is tested. ★★★★ Empire

Gloucester Guildhall
Sat 30 March 10:45


Bohemian Rhapsody subtitled trailer
Bohemian Rhapsody subtitled (12a) 134 mins
Oscar winner! The extraordinary story of Freddie Mercury, who became one of the most beloved entertainers in the world as Queen’s lead singer and legendary frontman.  As his personal life spiralled out of control, it threatened to tear the band apart at the height of their success. Stars Rami Malek.

Haymarket Odeon
Wed 20 March 12:00

Falmouth Merlin
Thu 21 March 14:30



Cold Pursuit subtitled (15) 120 mins
Gory but entertaining thriller starring Liam Neeson. At a ski resort in the Rocky Mountains. Nel's son is murdered at the order of a drug lord. Fueled by rage and armed with heavy machinery, Nels sets out to kill the drug gang one man at a time, turning the small town's bright white slopes blood-red. But Nel's understanding of murder comes mainly from what he's read in crime novels...

Sheffield Cineworld
Thu 21 March 21:00

Blackpool Cork ReelPicture
Thu 21 March 18:30



The Kindergarten Teacher subtitled (12a) 97 mins
Drama. Maggie Gyllenhaal stars as Lisa Spinelli, a kindergarten teacher and poet fed up with her career, her oblivious husband and teenage kids who largely ignore her. When she discovers that a five-year-old in her class may be a poetic prodigy, Lisa becomes fascinated and soon finds herself risking her career and family to nurture his talent. ★★★★★ Guardian

Bloomsbury Renoir Curzon
Tue 26 March 12:50

Brixton Picturehouse
Thu 21 March 16:30

Aberdeen FilmhouseAberdeen
Mon 25 March 18:00, Wed 27 March 11:05

Bristol Watershed
Thu 21 March 14:50

Derby Quad
Sat 23 March 12:45, Mon 25 March 18:15, Wed 27 March 18:20

Eastbourne Towner
Thu 02 May 19:00

Edinburgh Picturehouse
Thu 21 March 18:15

Manchester Home
Wed 20 March 18:25, Fri 22 March 15:35

Shrewsbury Old Market Hall
Tue 30 April 17:30



The Kid Who Would Be King subtitled (PG) 120 mins
Family comedy. Alex thinks he's just another nobody, until he stumbles upon the mythical Sword in the Stone, Excalibur. Now, he must unite his friends and enemies into a band of knights and, together with the legendary wizard Merlin, take on the wicked enchantress Morgana. ★★★★ Empire

Bridgend Odeon
Sun 24 March 11:20

Dudley Showcase
Sun 24 March 10:50

Eastleigh Vue
Sun 24 March 10:20

Edinburgh Ocean Terminal Vue
Sun 24 March 13:15

Farnborough Vue
Sun 24 March 12:30, Tue 26 March 17:45

Halifax Vue
Sun 24 March 12:50

Hartlepool Vue
Sun 24 March 12:15

Inverness Vue
Sun 24 March 11:50

Leeds Cinema de Lux Showcase
Sun 24 March 11:05

Leicester Vue
Tue 26 March 16:50

Paisley Showcase
Sun 24 March 10:45

Peterborough Showcase
Sun 24 March 10:45

Portsmouth Vue
Sun 24 March 10:20



Can You Ever Forgive Me? subtitled (15) 106 mins
Oscar nominated! Melissa McCarthy stars in the true story of best-selling celebrity biographer Lee Israel, who has fallen out of step with current tastes and turns her art form to deception, abetted by her loyal friend Jack (Richard E. Grant) ★★★★ Empire

Wimbledon Curzon
Tue 26 March 18:00

Fife Adam Smith
Thu 20 June 11:00

Worcester Malvern
Thu 28 March 16:30



Ray and Liz
subtitled (15) 108 mins
Drama about a family barely getting by in Thatcher’s Britain. Ray, isolated in a tower block, recalls moments of his earlier life as he (Justin Salinger) and Liz (Ella Smith) spend his redundancy pay, smoking, drinking and seldom leaving the house. ★★★★ Independent

Bloomsbury Renoir Curzon
Wed 20 March 13:30

Brixton Picturehouse
Thu 21 March 14:00

Aberdeen FilmhouseAberdeen
Mon 01 April 17:50, Wed 03 April 15:35

Eastbourne Towner
Thu 11 April 16:30



Vice subtitled (15) 132 mins
Oscar nominated! The epic story about how a boozy dropout became the most powerful Vice President in American history. Stars Christian Bale as Dick Cheney, with Amy Adams, Steve Carell, Sam Rockwell, Tyler Perry. ★★★★ Empire

Shrewsbury Old Market Hall
Tue 26 March 17:30



Mary Queen Of Scots subtitled (15) 124 mins
Mary, Queen of Scotland and Elizabeth, Queen of England were cousins. As both attempted to rule as women in a man’s world, their conflict would change the course of history.  Stars Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie in this riveting historical drama.  ★★★★ Guardian

Fife Adam Smith
Sun 07 April 14:00



Stan and Ollie subtitled (PG) 98 mins
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly star in the true story of Hollywood's greatest comedy double act. Laurel and Hardy, with their golden age long behind them, embark upon a tour of the music halls of Britain and Ireland. ★★★★ The Times, The Telegraph, Total Film, Empire, Independent

Fife Adam Smith
Sat 11 May 14:00

Hertford Hertford Theatre
Tue 02 April 16:30



If Beale Street Could Talk subtitled (15) 119 mins
Oscar winner! A drama about love persisting in the face of racial oppression and injustice. In early 1970s Harlem, USA, Tish, a nineteen-year old girl, is in love with Fonny, the father of her unborn child, who is falsely accused of rape and imprisoned. Stars KiKi Layne, Stephan James. ★★★★★ Empire

Crouch End Arthouse
Thu 21 March 12:25

Croydon David Lean
Thu 04 April 14:30

Notting Hill Electric
Mon 25 March 15:00

Peckham PeckhamPlex
Wed 20 March 15:25

Fife Adam Smith
Thu 06 June 11:00

Teesside ARCStockton
Thu 21 March 14:00



All Is True subtitled (12a) 101 mins
Drama starring Kenneth Branagh stars as Shakespeare alongside Judi Dench as his wife, Anne. The year is 1613, Shakespeare is acknowledged as the greatest writer of the age. But disaster strikes when his renowned Globe Theatre burns to the ground... ★★★★ Guardian

Fife Adam Smith
Sat 25 May 14:00

Ilkley Ilkley Cinema
Wed 20 March 19:10

Tewkesbury Roses
Tue 26 March 19:30



What They Had subtitled (15) 100 mins
Family crisis drama. Bridget (Hilary Swank) returns home to Chicago at her brother’s (Michael Shannon) urging to deal with her ailing mother and her father’s reluctance to let go of their life together.

Croydon David Lean
Thu 02 May 14:30

Shetland Mareel
Mon 01 April 20:30



Escape Room subtitled (15) 100 mins
Gripping psychological horror. Six strangers find themselves trapped in a terrible place, with no idea what to do or how to get out. Their only possibility of escape is to use their wits and learn to work as a team.

Birmingham Broadway Odeon
Tue 26 March 15:40



The Mule subtitled (15) 116 mins
Clint Eastwood stars as Earl Stone, a man in his 80s who unintentionally signs on as a drug courier for a Mexican cartel.  Soon afterwards hard-charging agent Colin Bates is on his tail... Also stars Bradley Cooper.

Wolverhampton Light House
Sun 24 March 14:30, Sun 24 March 17:10



Mary Poppins Returns subtitled (U) 130 mins
After their first adventure with their magical nanny, Jane and Michael Banks have grown up, suffered a personal loss, and the wonder has gone out of their lives. But with the help of Mary Poppins, as well as a local lamplighter named Jack, they’ll be able to rediscover the joy and magic they once shared.  Stars Emily Blunt Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ben Wishaw, Meryl Streep. ★★★★★ Telegraph

Fife Adam Smith
Sat 23 March 11:00



Beautiful Boy subtitled (15) 120 mins
Drama starring Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet. The heartbreaking and inspiring experience of survival, relapse, and recovery in a family coping with addiction over many years. Based on the best-selling memoirs from David and Nic Sheff.

Fife Adam Smith
Thu 23 May 11:00



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Extensive research clearly demonstrates that children of all ages, including pre-school, and those with language-based learning disabilities, can benefit from on-screen same-language subtitles/captions. Subtitles can improve foundational reading and literacy skills, such as phonics, word recognition, vocabulary acquisition, listening comprehension, word recognition and fluency. Children's films tend to have less challenging vocabulary and are ideal for providing children with the literacy benefits of reading, while listening and watching. Most children's films include songs, and as children like to sing along to songs and are curious to know the song lyrics, reading skills are practiced subconsciously. Inexpensive, subtitled 'kids shows' at cinemas boost literacy skills in a fun and engaging way.


SpiderMan Into The SpiderVerse subtitled (PG) 117 mins
Oscar nominated! Animation. Teenage student Miles Morales must juggle his school life with his status and responsibilities as a superhero, but he’s not the only Spider-Man in this world, and things are about to get complicated… ★★★★★ Empire

Please note:  Adults can only attend these screenings when accompanying children.

Edmonton Lee Valley Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Greenwich Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Kingston Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Wimbledon Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Birmingham Broadway Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Bournemouth BH2 Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Cardiff Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Dudley Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Dundee Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Gateshead Metrocentre Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Glasgow Quay Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Hull Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Leeds-Bradford Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Liverpool ONE Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Manchester Great Northern Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Norwich Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15

Stoke Odeon
Sat 23 March 10:15, Sun 24 March 10:15



Bumblebee subtitled (PG) 113 mins
In 1987, a teenage girl discovers an old, battered and rusty VW Beetle in a small town’s junkyard. And she soon learns that it’s secretly a Transformer called ‘Bumblebee’. Together, they set out on an adventure...

Wandsworth Cineworld
Sat 23 March 09:40

Ashton-Under-Lyne Cineworld
Sun 24 March 10:00

Bolton Cineworld
Sat 23 March 10:20, Sun 24 March 10:20

Burton On Trent Cineworld
Sun 24 March 10:00

Cardiff Cineworld
Sun 24 March 10:00

Didsbury Cineworld
Sat 23 March 09:50, Sun 24 March 09:50

Ipswich Cineworld
Sat 23 March 10:10

Jersey Cineworld
Sat 23 March 10:00

Leicester Odeon
Sun 24 March 10:00

Llandudno Cineworld
Sat 23 March 10:20

Milton Keynes Cineworld
Sat 23 March 10:00

Sheffield Cineworld
Sat 23 March 10:20, Sun 24 March 10:20

Weymouth Cineworld
Sun 24 March 10:00

Wolverhampton Cineworld
Sun 24 March 10:00

Please note:  Adults can only attend these screenings when accompanying children.



A Dog's Way Home subtitled (PG) 96 mins
The heartwarming adventure of Bella, a dog who embarks on an epic 400-mile journey home after she is separated from her beloved human. Based on the best-selling novel by W. Bruce Cameron, author of 'A Dog's Purpose.'

Monaghan Omniplex
Sat 23 March 12:40, Sun 24 March 12:40

Please note:  Adults can only attend these screenings when accompanying children.



Ralph Breaks The Internet subtitled (PG) 113 mins
Ralph and Vanellope get connected to the internet! It’s like nothing they’ve ever seen before. ravelling through this virtual metropolis on a quest to save Vanellope’s game, how can these two misfits hope to succeed in this huge, strange world?  3D where indicated. ★★★★ Rolling Stone

Please note:  Adults can only attend these screenings when accompanying children.

Brixton Picturehouse
Sat 13 April 10:30

Clapham Picturehouse
Sat 13 April 11:45

Dulwich Picturehouse
Sat 13 April 10:30

Greenwich Picturehouse
Sat 13 April 10:00

Ashford Picturehouse
Sat 13 April 10:00

Bath Picturehouse
Sat 13 April 10:30

Bradford Picturehouse
Sat 13 April 10:30

Brighton Picturehouse
Sat 13 April 10:30

Exeter Picturehouse
Sat 13 April 11:00

Henley Picturehouse
Sat 13 April 11:00

Liverpool Picturehouse
3D: Sat 13 April 11:00

Southampton Picturehouse
3D: Sat 13 April 10:30

Please note:  Adults can only attend these screenings when accompanying children. Different cinema companies have different policies. For queries - please check with the cinema you intend to visit.


Shows added when announced! All cinemas can be accessible. All can screen all films on this website with subtitles. Please ask your nearest cinemas to screen them at convenient times! IMPORTANT! Shows can change/cancel. . Please double check with the actual cinemas website before you plan a visit!

Note: Kids shows:
Cineworld: Adults must be attending with a child or young person age 14 or under.
Vue: All children under 8 need to be accompanied by an adult (over the age of 18) and all adults need to be accompanied by a child age 12 or under.

      

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