We have three great films lined-up as part of our Year-Round Extra programme and tickets are on sale now, so don't miss out.
Perhaps you are teaching a group of lively students the joys of Shakespeare and Twelfth Night is on your to-do list. We will be showing the Globe On Screen version featuring Stephen Fry and Mark Rylance.
The late and much-missed Roger Lloyd-Pack also features and plays Sir Andrew Aguecheek in this 2012 production which was directed by Tim Carroll.
It will be shown in St George's Guildhall - where Shakespeare himself is reputed to have appeared, on April 24 at 1.30pm and costs £7.50 or £5 for the under 18s. The film is classification exempt.
The Lucky Dog Picturehouse will present Piccadilly (PG) on March 27, a sumptuous production of 1929 starring the iconic Anna May Wong. It was filmed on location in London and is set in the world of Valentine Wilmot's nightclub and the film will be accompanied by live music.
If Gilbert and Sullivan is much more your thing, you will enjoy the English National Opera Live with The Mikado (PG) on March 27 at 1pm. The popular title is a revival of the Jonathan Miller classic production staged in 1986. Tickets are £7.50 and £5 for under 18s.
The story of Rudolf Nuryev is one that bears telling to a new audience who may not remember the time when people defected from behind the Iron Curtain to a life in the West. The brilliant dancer stunned the world when he made the journey in 1961, evading the KGB as he did so.
The film White Crow captures the physicality of the man and will be shown at St George's Guildhall on March 13 at 2.30pm. The tickets are £5 and the film as a 12A certificate.
Tickets are on sale now and further information can be found on our website.