From Fri 20 – Sun 22 October, in association with Q-Film, we are proud to present a three-day festival celebrating heroes of queer cinema and showcasing LGBTQ+ themed stories from around the world.
In the year that Britain marks 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality, we throw a spotlight on the global LGBTQ+ community. We will be celebrating how far we’ve come, but recognising that there are so many more stories to tell, more battles to be won. This weekend is an opportunity to raise those issues as well as showcasing some of the most exciting emerging filmmakers alongside established talent.
Our programme includes exclusive previews, features, short film and animation alongside live complementary events. Everyone is welcome to come together in celebration and reflection, to have fun, and to be moved, challenged and inspired.
Individual tickets and multi-ticket packages are available so you can join us over the weekend to enjoy a single screening or come and see the whole programme. Tickets can be booked online, in person at Box Office or by calling 01604 624811.
– Standard Ticket: £8.50, £7.50 concessions, £6 child
– Youth Ticket – for the screening The Way He Looks, ages 12- 25 can enjoy a £5 Youth Ticket. ID may be required.
– Weekend Pass*: £50 for 11 films (subject to availability) – select your seats in each screening, and the discount will be added when you go to checkout.
– Three Film Pass: £21, £18 concessions – select your seats in three films of your choice and the discount will be added when you go to checkout.
*Due to the film certificates, Weekend Passes are only available to ages 18 and above.
|FRIDAY 20 OCTOBER||Time||Certificate|
|Prick Up Your Ears + introduction by Scottee||6.30pm||15|
|*preview* Beach Rats||9.15pm||TBC|
|SATURDAY 21 OCTOBER|
|Britain On Film: LGBT Britan||10.30am||PG|
|The Way He Looks||1pm||12|
|*preview* The Book Of Gabrielle + Live Drawing Show by Lisa Gornick||3.15pm||15|
|Centre Of My World||6.15pm||15|
|SUNDAY 22 OCTOBER|
|Girls On Film 2: Before Dawn||10.30am||18|
|Tangerine + introduction by Emma Frankland||4.45pm||15|
|*preview* The Wound||7.30pm||TBC|
This weekend is made possible by grant funding from Film Audience Network.