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The Shape Of Water subtitled (15) 123 mins
Best film & director Oscar winner! A mute woman and a mysterious, amphibian creature have a strange connection... Directed by Guillermo del Toro. Stars Sally Hawkins, Michael Shannon. ★★★★ Guardian

Edinburgh Lothian Road Odeon - Thu 24 May 14:00



A Quiet Place subtitled (15) 90 mins
Horror. A family with a deaf child lives isolated from anyone else. They never make any noise, communicating entirely in sign language, because something’s out there that attacks at any sound. They don’t know what it is, but they do know how to avoid it. Listen closely, move carefully, and never make a sound... Note: the film has very little dialogue and stars deaf actress Millicent Simmonds (also in Wonderstruck). ★★★★ Empire.

Cambridge Vue
Tue 29 May 18:00

Cwmbran Vue
Tue 29 May 17:40

Dundee Odeon
Thu 31 May 21:00

Inverness Eden Court
Sun 17 June 11:30

Wolverhampton Light House
Sun 01 July 15:30, Sun 01 July 18:00, Tue 03 July 20:20



Tully subtitled (15) 96 mins
Charlize Theron stars in a hilarious and heartwarming comedy about motherhood. A mother of three, struggling to look after everything by herself, hires a night nanny named Tully, who is thoughtful, constantly surprising and sometimes rather challenging... ★★★★ Empire

Kilburn KilnTricycle
Thu 24 May 20:30

Victoria Curzon
Thu 24 May 21:30

Birmingham Mac
Wed 30 May 18:00

Brighton Picturehouse
Thu 24 May 20:30

Bristol Cribbs Causeway Vue
Tue 29 May 18:45

Edinburgh FilmhouseEdinburgh
Mon 11 June 11:10, Wed 13 June 20:40

Halifax Square Chapel
Thu 24 May 11:00

Hebden Bridge PicturehouseHebdenBridge
Mon 28 May 19:45

Inverness Eden Court
Sat 23 June 14:15

Lewes Depot
Mon 28 May 18:45, Mon 28 May 21:00

Wolverhampton Light House
Sun 10 June 15:30, Sun 10 June 18:00, Sun 10 June 20:20, Tue 12 June 18:00

Ballincollig Cork ReelPicture
Thu 24 May 18:40



Breaking In
subtitled (15) 88 mins
Thriller. After her father dies, Shaun returns to his mansion to get it ready to be sold. But there’s something valuable inside, and dangerous people know about it. But they don’t know this house like she does, and she’s going to take the fight to them. Stars Gabrielle Union.

Greenwich Odeon
Wed 30 May 16:50

Peckham PeckhamPlex
Thu 31 May 21:10

Bolton Cineworld
Wed 30 May 13:00

Bolton Light
Thu 24 May 20:30

Bolton Vue
Tue 29 May 19:25

Dagenham Vue
Tue 29 May 20:10

Leicester Cinema de Lux Showcase
Mon 28 May 20:30

Thanet Westwood Cross Vue
Tue 29 May 21:50



The Guernsey Society subtitled (12a) 124 mins
Juliet, a journalist, decides to write about the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society book club held on the island of Guernsey while under German occupation and strikes up a life-changing bond with the island's eccentric inhabitants. Stars Lily James, Matthew Goode, Jessica Brown Findlay.

Watford Vue
Tue 29 May 18:25

Bangor Pontio
Tue 19 June 17:30

Cambridge Picturehouse
Thu 24 May 15:50

Cardiff Chapter Arts
Thu 24 May 18:05, Fri 25 May 18:00, Sat 26 May 14:30

Falmouth Merlin
Sun 27 May 14:00

Halifax Square Chapel
Tue 29 May 17:15

Milford Haven Torch
Mon 04 June 17:45

Norwich Picturehouse
Mon 28 May 11:50

Saffron Saffron Screen
Sun 10 June 17:00

Scunthorpe Vue
Tue 29 May 20:15

Stroud Vue
Tue 29 May 20:00



Lean On Pete subtitled (15) 122 mins
A powerfully moving and deeply emotional story about a young boy’s search for belonging on the fringes of contemporary American society.

Bloomsbury Renoir Curzon
Wed 30 May 11:20

Richmond Curzon
Thu 24 May 18:10

Wimbledon Curzon
Mon 28 May 12:50

Sheffield Curzon
Wed 30 May 12:30



Entebbe subtitled (12a) 107 mins
True story thriller. In 1976, four hijackers took over an aeroplane, along with dozens of hostages, to try and free Palestinians jailed in Israel. Operation ‘Entebbe’ was launched to save the hostages. Stars Daniel Bruhl, Rosamund Pike and Eddie Marsan.

Swiss Cottage Odeon
Thu 31 May 14:45

Victoria Curzon
Wed 30 May 17:45

Manchester Trafford Centre Odeon
Tue 29 May 19:15



Ready Player One subtitled (12a) 140 mins
Action adventure directed by Stephen Spielberg. 2045, the world is on the brink of chaos and collapse. But the people have found salvation in the OASIS, an expansive virtual reality universe with a contest that grips the entire world. Wade (Tye Sheridan) decides to join the contest and is hurled into a breakneck, reality-bending treasure hunt through a fantastical universe of mystery, discovery and danger. 3D where indicated. ★★★★ Empire

Gwynedd Magic Lantern
Mon 28 May 19:00



Rampage subtitled (12a) 107 mins
Davis prefers spending time with animals than people, and his best friend is a gorilla called George. But as George grows bigger, stronger and fiercer, he begins to cause serious damage. Now, not only does Davis have to save the world, he needs to save the fearsome creature that used to be his friend. 3D where indicated.

Harrow Vue
Tue 29 May 18:40

Derby Quad
Sat 26 May 10:00

Gateshead Vue
Sun 27 May 12:45

Stirling Vue
Tue 29 May 19:55

Swansea Vue
Sun 27 May 13:40



Love Simon subtitled (12a) 110 mins
Heartwarming comedy drama. The familiar formula of the high school movie is elevated by warmth, humor and remarkable delicacy surrounding the difficulty of being a gay teenager . ★★★★ Guardian

Inverness Eden Court
Sat 02 June 13:30



Isle Of Dogs subtitled (PG) 101 mins
A stop-motion animation from acclaimed director Wes Anderson with an all-star voice cast including Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton and Bill Murray. 20 years in the future, an outbreak of dog flu in Japan causes all dogs to be banished to a rubbish dump. Desperate to bring his missing pet back home, Atari hijacks a plane and ventures forth on a perilous mission to the island. ★★★★ Guardian

Soho Curzon
Tue 29 May 21:20

Canterbury Gulbenkian
Sat 26 May 15:00



The Leisure Seeker subtitled (15) 112 mins
John and Ella go on a cross-country voyage in their old motorhome. Away from the suffocating care of doctors and their children, they rediscover their passion for life and love for each other on their journey. Stars Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland.

Brentford Watermans
Tue 29 May 15:45, Wed 30 May 18:15

Buxton Pavilion Buxton
Tue 05 June 16:30

Cardiff Chapter Arts
Thu 24 May 10:30, Mon 28 May 10:30

Hebden Bridge PicturehouseHebdenBridge
Thu 14 June 10:30

Milford Haven Torch
Thu 07 June 17:45

Shrewsbury Old Market Hall
Tue 19 June 14:30, Tue 19 June 17:30



Funny Cow subtitled (15) 103 mins
Comedy drama starring Maxine Peake. A woman defies every expectation of the men in her world, whether they’re her abusive father, loutish husband, needy boyfriend, or all the blokes in the Northern working men’s clubs she frequents who don’t believe for a second she could ever make ’em laugh. ★★★★ Empire

Bloomsbury Renoir Curzon
Tue 29 May 21:15

Bristol Watershed
Thu 24 May 20:50

Manchester Home
Thu 24 May 18:10, Fri 25 May 15:50

Sheffield Showroom
Mon 28 May 20:35



The Post subtitled (12a) 116 mins
Steven Spielberg-directed drama. When a classified government study is leaked to the press, Washington Post owner Kay Graham (Meryl Streep) and editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) are keen to publish exposés. ★★★★ Empire

Fife Adam Smith
Wed 27 June 11:00



Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri subtitled (15) 115 mins
Best actress Oscar winner! Frances McDormand is commanding as a woman avenging the murder of her daughter in a modern-day western. Also stars Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell. ★★★★★ Guardian & Empire

Gateshead Metrocentre Odeon
Thu 24 May 11:00



Wonderstruck subtitled (PG) 116 mins
Ben (Oakes Fegley) and Rose (Millicent Simmonds) are two deaf children from different eras who set out on quests of self-discovery which unfold with mesmerising symmetry.

Milford Haven Torch
Thu 24 May 17:45

Relevant article: The Guardian: "The new silent era: How films turned the volume down"



Finding Your Feet subtitled (12a) 111 mins
Comedy drama. Sandra tries to rebuild her life after discovering that her husband of forty years is having an affair. Stars Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall and Joanna Lumley.

Beckenham Odeon
Thu 07 June 14:00

Edinburgh Lothian Road Odeon
Thu 31 May 14:00



The Greatest Showman subtitled (PG) 105 mins
Musical. When P.T. Barnum loses his job, he sets out to finally give his family the life he promised them by putting together a circus, to create a show like nobody’s ever seen before. Stars Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Zac Efron.

Barrow Vue
Sun 27 May 11:45

Gateshead Vue
Tue 29 May 17:55

Manchester Trafford Centre Odeon
Thu 31 May 17:40



Lady Bird subtitled (15) 94 mins
Drama. Christine is a young girl who spends almost all her time fighting against her mother. As she grows up, determined to go to university, we observe how their relationship constantly changes and defines them both.  Stars Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf.

Beckenham Odeon
Thu 14 June 14:00

Edinburgh Lothian Road Odeon
Thu 07 June 14:00



I Tonya subtitled (15) 119 mins
Margot Robbie stars a dark comedy about one of the most sensational scandals in sporting history. Tonya Harding was a champion figure skater whose legacy would forever be defined by an infamous, ill-conceived (and very poorly-executed) attack on a competitor. 

Edinburgh Lothian Road Odeon
Thu 14 June 14:00



On Chesil Beach subtitled (15) 110 mins
Drama. 1962, Edward and Florence are honeymooning on Chesil Beach. A confession is made that shakes this fledgling marriage to its core. Stars Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle

Clapham Picturehouse
Thu 31 May 18:00

Covent Garden Odeon
Tue 29 May 20:00

Dulwich Picturehouse
Tue 29 May 21:00

Esher Everyman
Tue 29 May 17:15

Finchley Road O2 Vue
Sun 27 May 12:20

Greenwich Picturehouse
Wed 30 May 16:10

Holloway Odeon
Tue 29 May 17:40

King's Cross Everyman
Tue 29 May 20:00

Mayfair Curzon
Thu 24 May 12:45

Richmond Curzon
Tue 29 May 20:50

Richmond Odeon
Tue 29 May 15:00

Shaftesbury Avenue Picturehouse
Thu 31 May 15:30

Stratford Picturehouse
Tue 29 May 13:15, Tue 29 May 18:20

Swiss Cottage Odeon
Thu 24 May 11:45

Wandsworth Cineworld
Thu 31 May 17:45

West India Quay Cineworld
Tue 29 May 11:40

Wimbledon Curzon
Tue 29 May 18:40

Aberdeen FilmhouseAberdeen
Tue 29 May 11:00, Sun 03 June 18:15, Tue 12 June 20:20

Birmingham Mac
Wed 06 June 20:30

Bradford Picturehouse
Sun 27 May 12:15

Brighton Picturehouse
Sat 26 May 15:15, Tue 29 May 15:00, Thu 31 May 20:30

Bristol Watershed
Sat 26 May 15:00, Mon 28 May 11:00, Wed 30 May 18:10

Canterbury Curzon
Mon 28 May 14:15, Wed 30 May 17:45

Chelmsford Everyman
Tue 29 May 17:00

Edinburgh FilmhouseEdinburgh
Sun 27 May 15:45, Wed 30 May 11:00, Wed 06 June 20:40

Glasgow GFT
Sat 26 May 15:20, Mon 28 May 17:55, Wed 30 May 20:20

Halifax Square Chapel
Fri 01 June 11:00, Tue 05 June 17:15

Hebden Bridge PicturehouseHebdenBridge
Tue 05 June 19:45

Henley Picturehouse
Tue 29 May 15:45, Wed 30 May 20:30

Inverness Eden Court
Mon 28 May 17:45, Sun 03 June 13:45, Mon 04 June 20:15

Leicester PhoenixLeicester
Tue 29 May 18:00

Letchworth Broadway
Sun 27 May 13:15

Liverpool Picturehouse
Mon 28 May 12:30

Manchester Home
Mon 28 May 20:25

Nottingham Broadway
Mon 28 May 20:15

Oxford Magdalen St Odeon
Fri 25 May 12:00

Oxted Everyman
Wed 30 May 16:45

Southampton Picturehouse
Sun 27 May 18:00, Mon 28 May 15:15, Wed 30 May 21:00

Stockport Light
Tue 29 May 15:35

Stratford Upon Avon Everyman
Tue 29 May 17:30

Tewkesbury Roses
Sun 10 June 19:30

Wolverhampton Light House
Sun 03 June 15:10, Sun 03 June 17:40, Sun 03 June 20:15, Tue 05 June 13:40, Tue 05 June 16:10, Sun 10 June 17:40, Sun 10 June 20:15, Tue 12 June 13:40, Tue 12 June 16:10

York Picturehouse
Wed 30 May 20:50

Dublin Dundrum MoviesAt
Tue 29 May 17:30

Dublin Irish Film Institute
Fri 25 May 16:00, Tue 29 May 18:15

Limerick Odeon
Tue 29 May 17:45

Stillorgan Odeon
Tue 29 May 17:30

Waterford Odeon
Mon 28 May 15:30



Beauty And The Beast subtitled (PG) 129 mins
Live-action remake of the animated Disney classic starring Emma Watson. Belle, a spirited, intelligent and beautiful woman, is taken prisoner by a beast. Trapped and alone, she gradually begins to look past her captor’s monstrous appearance, beginning to fall for the kind-hearted prince he once was.  ★★★★  Empire

Nottingham Wollaton Hall - Mon 27 Aug 2018.
Doors open: 7.00pm, Estimated start time: 8.45pm

Fantastic outdoor show! Wollaton Hall and Deer Park is a spectacular Elizabethan mansion and park set in the heart of Nottingham. Full details HERE

Free tickets for this show! QUAD has kindly donated a pair of tickets for this screening. For a chance to win, please email subtitles@yourlocalcinema.com with 'Beast' in the subject line. Winners will be picked at random and notified by email in August. Good luck! Or book a ticket HERE


Ghostbusters (12A) subtitled
Open Air SHOW at Derby Rugby Club
Saturday 11 August 2018
Derby Rugby Club, Haslams Lane, Darley Abbey, DE22 1EB.
Doors open at 7pm, the film will start once light levels are low enough, approximately half an hour after sunset.
Full details HERE

Free tickets for this show! QUAD has kindly donated a pair of tickets for this screening. For a chance to win, please email subtitles@yourlocalcinema.com with 'Ghostbusters' in the subject line. Winners will be picked at random and notified by email in August. Good luck! Or book a ticket HERE



And... subtitled kids shows - Cheap tickets!

Extensive research clearly demonstrates that children of all ages, including pre-school, and those with language-based learning disabilities, can benefit from on-screen same-language subtitles/captions. Subtitles can improve foundational reading and literacy skills, such as phonics, word recognition, vocabulary acquisition, listening comprehension, word recognition and fluency. Children's films tend to have less challenging vocabulary and are ideal for providing children with the literacy benefits of reading, while listening and watching. Most children's films include songs, and as children like to sing along to songs and are curious to know the song lyrics, reading skills are practiced subconsciously. Inexpensive, subtitled 'kids shows' at cinemas boost literacy skills in a fun and engaging way. 


A Wrinkle In Time subtitled (PG) 109 mins
Disney adventure. Follow the incredible adventures of Meg, who sets out on a time and space-bending journey through the cosmos to try and rescue her missing father. Stars Oprah Winfrey, Mindy Kaling and Reese Witherspoon.

Clapham Picturehouse
Sat 30 June 11:45

Exeter Picturehouse
Sat 30 June 11:00



Peter Rabbit subtitled (PG) 96 mins
Peter's feud with Mr. McGregor escalates as they rival for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door. With the voices of James Corden, Domhnall Gleeson, Rose Byrne, Margot Robbie and Daisy Ridley.

Wandsworth Cineworld
Sun 27 May 10:00

Aberdeen Queens Links Cineworld
Sat 26 May 10:05

Ashton-Under-Lyne Cineworld
Fri 25 May 10:00, Sat 26 May 10:00

Bolton Cineworld
Sat 26 May 10:00

Cardiff Cineworld
Fri 25 May 10:00, Sat 26 May 10:00, Sun 27 May 10:00, Mon 28 May 10:00, Tue 29 May 10:00, Wed 30 May 10:00, Thu 31 May 10:00

Derby Cinema de Lux Showcase
Sun 27 May 10:30

Didsbury Cineworld
Sat 26 May 10:30

Ipswich Cineworld
Sat 26 May 10:00

Jersey Cineworld
Sat 26 May 09:50

Llandudno Cineworld
Sat 26 May 10:00

Milford Haven Torch
Thu 31 May 14:30

Milton Keynes Cineworld
Sat 26 May 10:30

Sheffield Cineworld
Sun 27 May 10:00

Solihull Cineworld
Sat 26 May 10:00, Thu 31 May 10:00

St Helens Cineworld
Sun 27 May 10:00

Teesside Showcase
Sun 27 May 10:30

Weymouth Cineworld
Sat 26 May 10:00

Wolverhampton Cineworld
Fri 25 May 10:00, Sat 26 May 10:00, Sun 27 May 10:00, Mon 28 May 10:00, Tue 29 May 10:00, Wed 30 May 10:00, Thu 31 May 10:00

Wrexham Eagles Meadow Odeon
Sun 27 May 10:00



Early Man subtitled (PG) 135 mins
Aardman
Animation. Dug’s tribe are still in the Stone Age, and they’re no match for people armed with bronze. So he sets out for a mysterious city with his sidekick Hognob to try and save them all, and finds himself caught up in an incredible journey. ★★★★ Guardian

Edmonton Lee Valley Odeon
Sun 27 May 10:00

Greenwich Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Kingston Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Wimbledon Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Blackpool Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Bournemouth BH2 Odeon
Fri 25 May 10:15, Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Bracknell Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Cardiff Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Derby Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Dudley Odeon
Fri 25 May 10:15, Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Dundee Odeon
Fri 25 May 10:15, Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15

Gateshead Metrocentre Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Glasgow Quay Odeon
Fri 25 May 10:15, Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15

Hull Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Leeds-Bradford Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Leicester Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Liverpool ONE Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Manchester Great Northern Odeon
Fri 25 May 10:15, Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Norwich Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Southampton Odeon
Fri 25 May 10:15, Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Stoke Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15

Tamworth Odeon
Sat 26 May 10:15, Sun 27 May 10:15, Mon 28 May 10:15, Tue 29 May 10:15, Wed 30 May 10:15, Thu 31 May 10:15



Coco subtitled (PG) 105 mins
The latest adventure from Disney/Pixar. 12 year old Miguel aspires to be a musician, but thanks to his grandma, music is banned in the family. Miguel rebels, and on The Day Of The Dead, he finds himself trapped on the other side, an exciting yet dangerous world inhabited by those who have died. He must try to find his way back...

Sheffield Showroom
Mon 28 May 11:00, Mon 28 May 13:10



Duck Duck Goose subtitled (PG) 91 mins
Animation. A goose named Peng get injured in flight, causing him to crash-land next to a pair of recently hatched ducklings. He brings them with him on his journey south, on an incredible adventure. With the voices of Jim Gaffigan, Zendaya and Stephen Fry. 

Cardiff Chapter Arts
Sat 26 May 11:00

Jersey Cineworld
Sat 26 May 10:10, Sun 27 May 10:10, Mon 28 May 10:10, Tue 29 May 10:10, Wed 30 May 10:10, Thu 31 May 10:10

Wolverhampton Light House
Tue 29 May 12:15