We are happy for you to bring your dog along to this special dog-friendly screening (you're welcome without a dog too).
Before the screening there are a few things to consider: If you attend this screening with a dog, you'll be issued with a fleece blanket to cover the seat used by the dog or to use as a rug if the dog sits on the floor. During the screenings, we will provide bowls of water around the screen. We will leave lighting levels a little higher than usual during the screening and lower the volume of the soundtrack.
Please be aware that we reduce capacity when offering ‘dog-friendly’ screenings, so there may be fewer tickets than usual. We limit dogs to: one dog to one adult. For further information, see dog-friendly screening policy in our cinema.
A star-studded anthology from the colourfully coordinated mind of Wes Anderson, The French Dispatch sets its scene in the fictional French city of Ennui-sur-Blasé, where the expat editorial staff of The Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun (Elizabeth Moss, Jason Schwartzman, Tilda Swinton and more) compile stories of European intrigue for their readers back home, led by their dedicated, eccentric editor (Bill Murray).
One is the tale of a malevolent bearded convict (Benicio del Toro) whose surprising talent for portraiture captures the wandering eye of the art community. Another is a portrait of a student revolutionary (Timothée Chalamet) and the journalist (Frances McDormand) assigned to him; the third, a gangster odyssey involving a mishap-filled kidnapping performed by a low-level crook (Edward Norton).