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Adults £5.00, Concessions £4.00, Children £2.50 (subject to film classification)
Doors open at 7pm and the show starts promptly at 7.30pm
See the trailer above for our next film "DOWNTON ABBEY"
The film begins in 1927, about a year and a half after the TV series ended. Buckingham Palace informs Robert and Cora Crawley, the Earl and Countess of Grantham, that King George V and Queen Mary will visit Downton Abbey during a royal tour through Yorkshire. Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham, is perturbed that Maud, Lady Bagshaw, Queen Mary's lady-in-waiting, is included in the tour. Robert is Maud's cousin and closest relative, and the two families have long disputed who should inherit Maud's estate.
Rating: PG (for thematic elements, some suggestive material, and language)
Directed By: MICHAEL ENGLER
Written By: JULIAN FELLOWES
"The Downton Abbey movie is a true labour of love and a tribute to its fans, bringing together the complexities of the relationships between the family and their servants and drawing upon plotlines that had never fully been resolved in the show’s finale. It is a reminder of why the show was so treasured, and a homecoming for everyone who fell in love with it.” Daphne Bugler GQ Magazine
"If this is to be a final farewell then it's certainly a good one... Downton Abbey feels exactly the same three-and-a-half years later" Matthew Bond - Mail on Dunday
as Lord Grantham
as Lady Edith
as John Bates
as Lady Mary Crawley
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|15||February||Mama Mia - Here We Go Again|
|19||July||Stan & Ollie|
|16||August||Mary Poppins Returns|
|15||November||The Green Book|