Pomegranate Screenings at Chesterfield Theatre – from Friday 10th September



The Courier (12A)

Until Thu 16 Sep, various times, All Audio Described, Wed 15 Sep 2pm Captioned

The true-life story of an unassuming British businessman Greville Wynne (Benedict Cumberbatch) recruited into one of the greatest international conflicts in history. Also starring Jessie Buckley and Rachel Brosnahan. (112min)



The Last Bus (12A)

Fri 10 - Wed 15 Sep, Various times

John O'Groats, Scotland: An elderly man, Tom (Spall), whose wife has just passed away uses only local buses on a nostalgic trip to carry her ashes all the way across the UK to Land's End, where they originally met, using his free bus pass. Unbeknownst to Tom, his journey begins to capture the imagination of the local people that he comes across and, ultimately, becomes a nationwide story. (86min)



Satellite: Mick Fleetwood and Friends

Sun 12 Sep 7.30pm

Mick Fleetwood has assembled a stellar cast of musicians to celebrate the music that established Fleetwood Mac as one of the biggest bands in the world – the music of Peter Green. Directed by award-winning concert director Martyn Atkins, this event will feature an introduction by Mick Fleetwood. (145 min)



Northern Ballet: Dangerous Liasions

Tue 14 Sep 7.30pm

In 18th century France, letters fly between the mansions of two bored aristocrats as they spin a web of heartbreak and ruin. It might seem like a game, but lives will be ruined and love irrevocably lost. Northern Ballet's bodice-ripping adaptation is set to Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, played live by Northern Ballet Sinfonia. (95min)




Our Ladies (15)

Fri 17 - Mon 20 Sep, Various times, All Audio Described, Mon 20 Sep 7.30pm Captioned

Our Ladies follows a group of Scottish schoolgirls on a day trip to Edinburgh to perform in a choir competition. For these teens from a small town in the Scottish Highlands, it becomes a chance to escape their daily lives and run riot in the big city. With few expectations for their futures, the girls are determined to live for every moment in this raucous tale of love, life and true friendship.



2040 (PG)

Sun 19 Sep 7.30pm

Award-winning director Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film) explores what the future could look like by the year 2040 if we embraced the best solutions already available to us to improve our planet. Damon blends traditional documentary with dramatised sequences and high-end visual effects to create a vision board of how these solutions could regenerate the world future generations. (92min)



La Traviata on Sydney Harbour (12A)

Sun 26 Sep 2pm & 7pm

Verdi’s hugely popular La Traviata returns to the Sydney Harbour water stage featuring a breath-taking soaring nine metre high, 3.5 ton chandelier covered in 10,000 shimmering Swarovski crystals.. La Traviata features timeless romantic arias, lively choreography, beautiful costumes and spectacular fireworks. (155min)




Tue 28 Sep 7pm

This bold new film brings to life the remarkable backstage spaces of the National Theatre in which desire, dreams and destiny collide to make Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy sing in an entirely new way. Jessie Buckley (Wild Rose, Judy) and Josh O’Connor (The Crown, God’s Own Country) play Juliet and Romeo. (90min)



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