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Cinema:  Friday 11th , Monday 14th  & Tuesday 15th August

Fresh from helping Tony Stark in the Avengers’ civil war, Peter Parker has gone back to school. Only now, he needs to balance his studying with his super-heroics.

He wants to be an official Avenger, but despite letting him keep the fancy new suit, Tony still treats him like a kid. So when a new villain emerges, Peter finally finds an opportunity to prove himself .

Doors open 6.30 pm          Film starts 7pm

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Cinema:  Friday 18th, Sunday 20th (Matinee**), Monday 21st  & Tuesday 22nd August

The turbo-charged franchise returns for ‘Cars 3’, which follows the legendary Lightning McQueen on his greatest challenge yet as he’s blindsided by a new generation of elite racers.  Damaged in a race and pushed out of the sport, he has to accept that he simply isn’t as fast as his new  competitors. But that doesn’t mean he can’t find another way to beat them and once again prove he’s the greatest in the world!

**The Sunday matinee will begin at 1.00pm (doors open 12.30pm).

Showing in 2d only.

Doors open 6.30 pm          Film starts 7pm

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Cinema:  Friday 25th, Monday 28th & Tuesday 29th August

In the early days of the Second World War, 400,000 Allied soldiers were trapped on the beach at Dunkirk,  surrounded by the German army.  And they needed to be evacuated.  France had been overrun and the Allied army had been defeated and trapped.

In a desperate effort to save the troops, more than 800 boats – from military ships to tiny civilian fishing boats – came to help with the evacuation that would become known as the ‘Miracle of Dunkirk’.

Doors open 6.30 pm          Film starts 7pm

12A new

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