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Whitney subtitled (15) 117 mins
*Shows cancelled. Watch this space for news...



Hereditary subtitled (15) 127 mins
A blood-curdling, critically-acclaimed horror. Annie, her husband and their two children begin to discover frightening secrets about their ancestry. The darkness they discover seems to centre on their teenage daughter... "Toni Collette is outstanding in brilliant fear machine" ★★★★★ Guardian

Coventry Showcase
Mon 16 July 19:10

Manchester Trafford Centre Odeon
Tue 17 July 21:50

Nottingham Cinema de Lux Showcase
Mon 16 July 19:25

Oxford UPP
Tue 24 July 18:15



First Reformed subtitled (15) 113 mins
Reverend Ernst Toller (Ethan Hawke) a solitary priest at a small church in upstate New York, is tormented by cancer, alcohol and traumatic memories in a ferocious drama. ★★★★ Guardian

Barbican Centre Barbican
Tue 17 July 18:10

Clapham Picturehouse
Thu 19 July 18:15

Shaftesbury Avenue Picturehouse
Mon 16 July 21:15

Bath Picturehouse
Mon 16 July 18:00

Leeds PicturehouseHydePark
Mon 16 July 18:00

Lewes Depot
Mon 16 July 18:00

Manchester Home
Mon 16 July 17:50

Southampton Picturehouse
Mon 16 July 13:00, Tue 17 July 21:00



Deadpool 2 subtitled (15) 120 mins
Action comedy. Wisecracking mercenary Deadpool joins forces with three mutants -- Bedlam, Shatterstar and Domino -- to protect a boy from the all-powerful Cable. Stars Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin  ★★★★ Empire

Newham Showcase
Mon 16 July 19:45

Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Mon 16 July 17:45

Manchester Great Northern Odeon
Mon 16 July 17:20, Tue 17 July 17:20

Sheffield Cineworld
Mon 16 July 17:10

Teesside Showcase
Mon 16 July 19:15



Book Club subtitled (12a) 104 mins
Comedy drama. Four lifelong friends in their 60s read 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' and decide to expand their lives, chase after the pleasures that have eluded them, and take risks they've never dared to take before now. Stars Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Mary Steenburgen and Diane Keaton.

St Albans Odyssey
Thu 26 July 14:00

Barrow Vue
Tue 17 July 16:50

Fife Adam Smith
Fri 24 August 11:00

Hebden Bridge PicturehouseHebdenBridge
Mon 16 July 19:45

Norwich Vue
Tue 17 July 17:35

Pershore Number 8
Mon 30 July 19:30

Shrewsbury Old Market Hall
Thu 19 July 17:30



Solo A Star Wars Story subtitled (12a) 2 hr 15 mins
A Star Wars space western! Through a series of daring escapades deep within a dark and dangerous criminal underworld, Han Solo meets his mighty future copilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian... Stars Alden Ehrenreich as Han and Donald Glover as Lando. Also stars Woody Harrelson and Emilia Clarke. directed by Ron Howard. ★★★★ Empire & Guardian. 3D where indicated.

Cardiff Chapter Arts
Sun 22 July 16:00, Wed 25 July 17:50



The Mercy subtitled (12a) 102 mins
Gripping drama. The incredible true story of Donald Crowhurst's attempt to circumnavigate the world in a sailing race, leaving his family behind. Would he ever see them again? Stars Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz.

Beckenham Odeon
Thu 19 July 14:00



Edie subtitled (12a) 101 mins
Drama. After her controlling husband passes away, Edie decides to fulfil a long-held dream of climbing a Scottish mountain. Against her daughter’s wishes, she takes up the challenge of a lifetime. Stars Sheila Hancock. 

Croydon David Lean
Thu 19 July 14:30

Fife Adam Smith
Thu 20 September 11:00

Llandudno Theatr Colwyn
Tue 17 July 19:30



Avengers Infinity War subtitled (12a) 2 hr 36 mins
A gargantuan superhero spectacular. Thanos, one of the most powerful beings in the cosmos, arrives on Earth. The Avengers must be willing to sacrifice everything in order to defeat their enemy. ★★★★★ Empire

Greenwich Odeon
Thu 19 July 14:20



Show Dogs subtitled (PG) 92 mins
A human detective and his talking dog partner go undercover at a prestigious dog show to try and rescue a baby panda. Stars Will Arnett.

Milford Haven Torch
Tue 07 August 15:15



The Guernsey Society subtitled (12a) 124 mins
Juliet, a journalist, decides to write about the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society book club held on the island of Guernsey while under German occupation and strikes up a life-changing bond with the island's eccentric inhabitants. Stars Lily James, Matthew Goode, Jessica Brown Findlay.

Aberdeen FilmhouseAberdeen
Tue 17 July 17:45

Fife Adam Smith
Thu 02 August 11:00



The Happy Prince subtitled (15) 104 mins
Drama. Rupert Everett directs and stars in the seldom-told story of the last days of exiled writer Oscar Wilde. Once the toast of London, Wilde is now a spent force. As he lies on his deathbed, the past comes flooding back to him, transporting him to other times and places.

Croydon David Lean
Thu 02 August 14:30

Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Thu 02 August 17:45

Derby Northern Light
Thu 19 July 19:30

Gwynedd Magic Lantern
Mon 16 July 19:00

Hebden Bridge PicturehouseHebdenBridge
Wed 25 July 19:45

Oxford UPP
Tue 17 July 18:45

Tewkesbury Roses
Tue 17 July 14:00



McQueen subtitled (15) 111 mins
Documentary about renowned fashion designer Alexander ‘McQueen’ that takes a deep dive into his world, both tortured and inspired, in an exploration of his genius for design. 
★★★★ Guardian

Notting Hill Electric
Mon 16 July 15:00



The Greatest Showman subtitled (PG) 105 mins
Musical. When P.T. Barnum loses his job, he sets out to finally give his family the life he promised them by putting together a circus, to create a show like nobody’s ever seen before. Stars Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Zac Efron.

Subtitled Open Air SHOW at Derby Rugby Club, Darley Abbey
Saturday 11 August 2018 Full details HERE



Beauty And The Beast subtitled (PG) 129 mins
Live-action remake of the animated Disney classic starring Emma Watson. Belle, a spirited, intelligent and beautiful woman, is taken prisoner by a beast. Trapped and alone, she gradually begins to look past her captor’s monstrous appearance, beginning to fall for the kind-hearted prince he once was.  ★★★★  Empire

Nottingham Wollaton Hall - Mon 27 Aug 2018.
Doors open: 7.00pm, Estimated start time: 8.45pm

Fantastic outdoor show! Wollaton Hall and Deer Park is a spectacular Elizabethan mansion and park set in the heart of Nottingham. Full details HERE

Free tickets for this show! QUAD has kindly donated a pair of tickets for this screening. For a chance to win, please email subtitles@yourlocalcinema.com with 'Beast' in the subject line. Winners will be picked at random and notified by email in August. Good luck! Or book a ticket HERE


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Manchester Home cinema
2 Tony Wilson Place, First Street, Manchester M15 4FN



And... subtitled kids shows - Cheap tickets!

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. 


Isle Of Dogs subtitled (PG) 101 mins
A stop-motion animation from acclaimed director Wes Anderson with an all-star voice cast including Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton and Bill Murray. 20 years in the future, an outbreak of dog flu in Japan causes all dogs to be banished to a rubbish dump. Desperate to bring his missing pet back home, Atari hijacks a plane and ventures forth on a perilous mission to the island. ★★★★ Guardian

Brixton Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 10:30

Clapham Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:45

Crouch End Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Greenwich Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 10:30

Notting Hill Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 10:30

Stratford Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Cambridge Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Exeter Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Henley Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Liverpool Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Norwich Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Oxford Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Stratford Upon Avon Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:15

York Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:15



Duck Duck Goose subtitled (PG) 91 mins
Animation. A goose named Peng get injured in flight, causing him to crash-land next to a pair of recently hatched ducklings. He brings them with him on his journey south, on an incredible adventure. With the voices of Jim Gaffigan, Zendaya and Stephen Fry. 

Brixton Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 10:30

Clapham Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:45

Crouch End Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Greenwich Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 10:30

Notting Hill Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 10:30

Stratford Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Cambridge Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Exeter Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Henley Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Liverpool Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Norwich Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Oxford Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:00

Stratford Upon Avon Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:15

York Picturehouse
Sat 04 August 11:15



Peter Rabbit subtitled (PG) 96 mins
Peter's feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they rival for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door. With the voices of James Corden, Domhnall Gleeson, Rose Byrne, Margot Robbie and Daisy Ridley.

Southbank BFI Southbank
Fri 24 August 14:00

Cardiff Chapter Arts
Tue 31 July 15:00

Dundee Odeon
Mon 16 July 10:15, Tue 17 July 10:15, Wed 18 July 10:15, Thu 19 July 10:15

Glasgow Quay Odeon
Mon 16 July 10:15, Tue 17 July 10:15, Wed 18 July 10:15, Thu 19 July 10:15

Leicester Odeon
Mon 16 July 10:15, Tue 17 July 10:15, Wed 18 July 10:15, Thu 19 July 10:15

Wolverhampton Light House
Sun 22 July 14:30, Tue 24 July 12:00, Tue 24 July 14:20



Sherlock Gnomes subtitled (U) 86 mins
When gnomes disappear, detective Sherlock Gnomes is the only one who might be able to solve the mystery... With the voices of James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, and Johnny Depp as Sherlock.  3D where indicated.

Bournemouth BH2 Odeon
Sat 28 July 10:15, Sun 29 July 10:15

 

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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