Shazam! 2D

Director: David F. Sandberg
Starring: Mark Strong, Djimon Hounsou, Zachary Levi
Duration: 132 min


We all have a superhero inside us – you just need a bit of magic to bring it out. For 14-year-old foster kid Billy Batson, who inherits a set of powers from an ancient wizard, saying one word is all it takes: Shazam!

That word unleashes Billy’s lightning-powered adult alter ego (played by Zachary Levi), a big kid in a godlike body, who gleefully tests the limits of his abilities before he has to learn how to use them for good.

Sweet, funny and unapologetically silly, SHAZAM! is a refreshing jolt to the superhero genre and a light-hearted film the whole family will enjoy. Think BIG, but in goofy red spandex.

Contains moderate violence, threat, horror, innuendo and bleeped strong language.



8.3/10 8 ratings.

General admission screenings

Sun 28th Apr
10.50 11.00
Mon 29th Apr
11.50 14.50 18.15
Tue 30th Apr
11.50 14.50
Wed 1st May
11.45 14.45 18.00
Thu 2nd May
11.50 14.45 18.00

Club and Group screenings

Thu 25th Apr 12.00 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.
Fri 26th Apr 11.20 Big Scream: Exclusively for parents or carers with babies under the age of one.
Fri 26th Apr 18.15 Lounge Screen: Warning: This screen has low, casual lounge seats that are fun but not suitable for those who have difficulty getting down to beanbag level.
Sat 27th Apr 12.35 Lounge Screen: Warning: This screen has low, casual lounge seats that are fun but not suitable for those who have difficulty getting down to beanbag level.
Sat 27th Apr 18.15 Lounge Screen: Warning: This screen has low, casual lounge seats that are fun but not suitable for those who have difficulty getting down to beanbag level.
Sun 28th Apr 17.15 Lounge Screen: Warning: This screen has low, casual lounge seats that are fun but not suitable for those who have difficulty getting down to beanbag level.
Tue 30th Apr 18.00 Subtitled: This show is in the original language and will have English subtitles



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