Their Finest

Director: Lone Scherfig.
Starring: Gemma Arterton, Sam Clafin, Bill Nighy. UK 2017. 117 mins.


In 1940, a married woman (Gemma Arterton) and a screenwriter (Sam Claflin) develop a growing attraction while working together on a propaganda film about the evacuation of Allied troops from Dunkirk, France. A beautifully crafted costume drama with terrific performances, Lone Scherfig's new film is a quietly subversive, funny and finally moving account of a little known story from one of the darkest, most uncertain periods of British history.

General admission screenings

Fri 28th Apr
13.00 15.45 18.30 21.10
Sat 29th Apr
15.20 18.00 20.40
Sun 30th Apr
15.50 18.30 21.10
Mon 1st May
13.00 15.10
Tue 2nd May
13.00 15.45 18.30 21.10
Wed 3rd May
15.45 18.30 21.10
Thu 4th May
18.30 21.10

Club and Group screenings

Tue 25th Apr 15.15 Audio Described: Everyone welcome. Audio Description is available for this film, and is undetectable to anyone not wearing a headset
Tue 25th Apr 18.00 Audio Described: Everyone welcome. Audio Description is available for this film, and is undetectable to anyone not wearing a headset
Tue 25th Apr 20.40 + Night Shift: This screening is preceded by Night Shift (1942), a 14 minute documentary about a shift of all-female munitions factory workers. With thanks to the Imperial War Museum.
Wed 26th Apr 11.00 Big Scream: Exclusively for parents or carers with babies under the age of one.
Wed 26th Apr 13.00 Audio Described: Everyone welcome. Audio Description is available for this film, and is undetectable to anyone not wearing a headset
Wed 26th Apr 15.00 + Night Shift: This screening is preceded by Night Shift (1942), a 14 minute documentary about a shift of all-female munitions factory workers. With thanks to the Imperial War Museum.
Wed 26th Apr 18.00 Audio Described: Everyone welcome. Audio Description is available for this film, and is undetectable to anyone not wearing a headset
Wed 26th Apr 20.40 + Night Shift: This screening is preceded by Night Shift (1942), a 14 minute documentary about a shift of all-female munitions factory workers. With thanks to the Imperial War Museum.
Thu 27th Apr 10.00 Silver Screen: Aged over 60? Join the Silver Screen Club for discounted tickets and a free tea or coffee at these shows. Usual ticket prices apply to non-Members. + Night Shift: This screening is preceded by Night Shift (1942), a 14 minute documentary about a shift of all-female munitions factory workers. With thanks to the Imperial War Museum.
Thu 27th Apr 12.50 Silver Screen: Aged over 60? Join the Silver Screen Club for discounted tickets and a free tea or coffee at these shows. Usual ticket prices apply to non-Members.
Thu 27th Apr 15.30 Silver Screen: Aged over 60? Join the Silver Screen Club for discounted tickets and a free tea or coffee at these shows. Usual ticket prices apply to non-Members.
Thu 27th Apr 18.15 Audio Described: Everyone welcome. Audio Description is available for this film, and is undetectable to anyone not wearing a headset
Thu 27th Apr 20.50 + Night Shift: This screening is preceded by Night Shift (1942), a 14 minute documentary about a shift of all-female munitions factory workers. With thanks to the Imperial War Museum.
Mon 1st May 17.30 HOH Subtitled: This screening has subtitles for people with hearing loss
Thu 4th May 10.15 Silver Screen: Aged over 60? Join the Silver Screen Club for discounted tickets and a free tea or coffee at these shows. Usual ticket prices apply to non-Members.
Thu 4th May 15.50 Silver Screen: Aged over 60? Join the Silver Screen Club for discounted tickets and a free tea or coffee at these shows. Usual ticket prices apply to non-Members.



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