Cinema

 

Events at The Boo are priced as “Pay What You Can”.
This means that you can donate any amount for your ticket, or you can attend the event for free.
We put recommended ticket prices against our ticketed events.  You can choose to donate during the online booking process or we have donation buckets around the building when you attend any event, and you can choose to donate after watching a performance if you wish.
All your ticket donations help us to keep all of our events accessible and affordable to everyone.


FEBRUARY – Tuesday 1st | Doors 6.30pm | Film 7.30pm 

FILM CLUB : Tove (12)

A lyrical and romantic biopic of the beloved creator of the Moomins,Tove Jansson.  This is a beautiful celebration of the life and work of a remarkable woman and will make you want to take a stroll through Moominvalley as soon as it’s over.

“captivating first-class drama about a world-renowned talent in search of her own identity, love and freedom” – IntoScreens.com

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Doors : 6.30pm | Film start : 7.30pm

Rating (12) |  Zaida Bergroth

Running time : 1hr 43 minutes

LANGUAGE : Swedish & Finnish with English subtitles

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Recommended Ticket Price Adults / Concessions : £5

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FEBRUARY – Wednesday 16th| Craft 2pm, Film 3pm | Craft 5pm, Subtitled Film 6pm 

SOUL (PG)

The musical fun continues this February half term with the Pixar animated classic, Soul.

What is it that makes you…YOU? Soul introduces Joe Gardner – a middle-school band teacher who has a passion for jazz.  Joe wants more than anything to become a professional jazz pianist, and when he’s offered a rare, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play with one of the greats, Joe feels he’s reached the top of the ultimate mountain.

But one small misstep takes him from the streets of New York City to The Great Before – a fantastical place where new souls get their personalities, quirks and interests before they go.

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Craft from : 2pm | Film start : 3pm

Craft from : 5pm | Film (subtitled) : 6pm

Rating (PG) | Pete Docter & Kemp Powers

Running time : 1hr 40 minutes

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Recommended Ticket Price Adults / Concessions : £3

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MARCH – Tuesday 1st | Doors 6.30pm | Film 7.30pm 

 FILM CLUB : SISTERS WITH TRANSISTORS (PG)

SISTERS WITH TRANSISTORS is the remarkable untold story of electronic music’s female pioneers, composers who embraced machines and their liberating technologies to utterly transform how we produce and listen to music today.

“a long overdue tribute to the women that broke barriers in music, technology, and society as a whole. This is not a retrospective, it’s a new beginning.” – Owen Richards, The Art Des

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Doors : 6.30pm | Film start : 7.30pm

Rating (12) |  Lisa Rovner

Running time : 1hr 26 minutes

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Recommended Ticket Price Adults / Concessions : £5

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APRIL – Tuesday 5th | Doors 6.30pm | Film 7.30pm 

 FILM CLUB : THE PAINTER AND THE THEIF (15)

Young Czech artist, Barbora Kysilkova relocates from Berlin to Oslo to launch her career as a painter.  In April of 2015, her two most valuable, large-format paintings are stolen – with care – in broad daylight from the window fronts of Galleri Nobel in Oslo’s city centre.

Desperate for answers about the theft of her paintings, Barbora is presented with an unusual opportunity to reach out to one of the men involved in the heist – Norwegian career criminal, Karl-‘Bertil’ Nordland.  Filmmaker Benjamin Ree begins to document the story after Barbora unbelievably invites her thief to sit for a portrait, capturing the unlikely relationship that ensues as the equally damaged duo find common ground and form an inseparable bond through their mutual affinity for art.

Doors : 6.30pm | Film start : 7.30pm

Rating (15) |  Benjamin Ree

Running time : 1hr 46 minutes

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Recommended Ticket Price Adults / Concessions : £5

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APRIL – Wednesday 6th | Craft 2pm, Film 3pm | Craft 5pm, Subtitled Film 6pm 

THE HITCHHIKER’S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY (PG)

Based on the acclaimed cult-hit book series by Douglas Adams, this is the comic tale of an ordinary man named Arthur Dent (Martin Freeman). He’s been living a seemingly normal life, but he’s in for a very rude awakening. His house is about to be bulldozed and he discovers that his best friend is an alien.

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Craft from : 2pm | Film start : 3pm

Craft from : 5pm | Film (subtitled) : 6pm

Rating (PG) | Garth Jennings

Running time : 1hr 44 minutes

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Recommended Ticket Price Adults / Concessions : £3

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