Inspired by the imagination of P.T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman is an original musical that celebrates the birth of show business and tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.
12 Strong
12 Strong


Runtime: 130mins | Rating: 15
Following the aftermath of 9/11, the Special Forces 12-member team are deployed to Afghanistan on a highly dangerous mission. They are chosen to be the first ever U.S troops sent..read more
Following the aftermath of 9/11, the Special Forces 12-member team are deployed to Afghanistan on a highly dangerous mission. They are chosen to be the first ever U.S troops sent to Afghanistan. Newly appointed captain, Mitch Nelson (Chris Hemsworth), is ordered to leave his home and family immediately to lead the soldiers. At risk of being outgunned and outnumbered, the troops need to convince the local Afghan Northern Alliance to join forces with them to stand a chance at taking down their mutual rival: the Taliban and its Al-Qaida allies. Cultural differences and mistrust causes disagreements between the two new allies, until the Americans are forced to adopt basic tactics of the Aghani horse soldiers. In order to navigate through the rugged mountainous terrain, they are left with no choice but to fight their rivals on horseback...
Black Panther (3D)


Rating: 12A
Fresh from helping Captain America in the Civil War battle, Prince T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) returns home, where his father, The King of Wakanda (John Kani), has just..read more
Fresh from helping Captain America in the Civil War battle, Prince T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) returns home, where his father, The King of Wakanda (John Kani), has just passed. No sooner has T’Challa taken on the role as the reclusive, yet futuristic country’s new leader, trouble begins to brew. Two separate foes are plotting to destroy Wakanda, and have their sights firmly set on dethroning the new king in order to realise their goal. Assuming the role of his alias, Black Panther, T’Challa teams up with C.I.A Agent Everett K. Ross (Martin Freeman) and elite members of the Dora Milaje (Wakandan Special Forces) in order to save his people and prevent another world war. Black Panther has been a long time coming for Marvel fans, who have waited decades for the character to appear in his own film. Directed by the acclaimed Ryan Kugler (Creed, Fruitvale Station), the film stars Chadwick Boseman (Get on Up, Avengers: Infinity War) as the lead, having signed a five picture deal with Marvel.
Den of Thieves


Runtime: 140mins | Rating: 15
For most gangs, it’s all about guns, cars, and money. But for these guys, that’s all just a bonus they’re addicted to thrill of the heist. The most ruthless bank robbery crew..read more
For most gangs, it’s all about guns, cars, and money. But for these guys, that’s all just a bonus they’re addicted to thrill of the heist. The most ruthless bank robbery crew in LA (Pablo Schreiber, 50 Cent, O’Shea Jackson Jr.) is on a winning streak, pulling off job after job, running circles around the police, leaving a pile of casualties in their wake. That is, until Nick Flanagan (Gerard Butler) steps into the scene. The leader of an elite group of the LA County Sheriff’s Department, he’s known for using unconventional tactics to take down the city’s roughest criminal organisations. The gang plots the riskiest job that the criminal underworld has ever attempted robbing the Federal Reserve Bank. But as Flanagan and his men begin to zero in on them, the pressure begins to take its toll on both the cops and the robbers, leading towards a bloody showdown. The two groups find themselves squaring off in a war it’s the bad guys versus the bad cops. And nobody is planning on fighting fair. Written and directed by Christian Gudegast, who’s behind the London Has Fallen screenplay, Den of Thieves is an action extravaganza. Gerard Butler (Geostorm, Hunter Killer) plays the rugged cop who doesn’t follow the rules, opposite 50 Cent (Power), Pablo Schreiber (13 Hours), and O’Shea Jackson Jr. (Straight Outta Compton) as the criminal masterminds.
Eden Comedy’s 18th Stand Up Comedy Night


Runtime: 180mins | Rating: TBA
Join the Eden Comedy Club for its 18th Stand Up Comedy Night featuring three hilarious acts on Friday 23rd February at 8.30pm, at the Eden Cinemas. Audiences are in for treat,..read more
Join the Eden Comedy Club for its 18th Stand Up Comedy Night featuring three hilarious acts on Friday 23rd February at 8.30pm, at the Eden Cinemas. Audiences are in for treat, with the headline act Damian Kingsley. Stylistically, Damian tells punchy, joke-packed stories and shorter anecdotes rooted in his personal experience. His persona wavers from cheeky and personable to irritable, deadpan and is, at times, borderline sociopathic. This unique mix of traits has led to a strong and distinctive comic voice. In 2016 he did a 120 gig tour with no money or transport, from Land's End to Edinburgh for the bad housing and homelessness charity, Shelter, raising over £17,000. Irish comic/actor Conor Drum, will also be taking the stage. Conor has appeared on both the RTÉ and the BBC's New Comedy Awards and has performed around the world, from Barcelona to Los Angeles. He has received raving reviews describing him as a “A skilled raconteur” (Mumble Comedy) with “Very shrewd observational humour” (BroadwayBaby.com). Last but not least is MC Matthew Baylis. Matthew has travelled the globe with his own unique brand of unashamedly middle class comedy, sharing stories of growing up and getting old in the leafy suburbs of middle England. As a father of six he draws much of his humour from tales of parenthood which ring true with audiences of all ages. With more than half a decade on the comedy circuit Matthew has gigged with some of the best from the UK comedy circuit, including Harry Hill, Milton Jones, Andy Parsons, and many others. Doors will open at 7.30pm, an hour before the show starts, with great offers at the bar. Tickets are priced at €25 per person and at €20 per person for bookings of 6 people or more. This event is supported by Waterbiscuit.
Fifty Shades Freed


Runtime: 105mins | Rating: 18
Having come to terms with the many lovers that have come before her, Ana (Dakota Johnson) is finally at peace with Christian’s (Jamie Dornan) colourful past and the pair become..read more
Having come to terms with the many lovers that have come before her, Ana (Dakota Johnson) is finally at peace with Christian’s (Jamie Dornan) colourful past and the pair become husband and wife. After a blissful honeymoon living the life of luxury, the happy couple return home and go back to work. But, things are only normal for a short period. Ana is threatened by her ex-boss Jack (Eric Johnson), who is still bitter from being sacked by SIP and out for blood. Meanwhile, an attractive female architect hired to design the couple’s new home makes it clear she has eyes for Christian, and doesn’t back down even when confronted by Ana. Worse still, Elena Lincoln (Kim Basinger), the woman who seduced a teenage Christian and introduced him to BDSM, is back on the scene to stir up trouble. With Jack’s threats becoming more and more dangerous, and Christian’s past haunting them once again, Ana begins to feel the heat and wonders if she’s made a major mistake after all. Fifty Shades Freed is the explosive final chapter in the Fifty Shades trilogy, that has so far raked in over 700m at the global box office and once again opens just in time for Valentine’s Day. Dakota Johnson (Suspiria) reprises her role as Ana, while Jamie Dornan (Robin Hood) is back again as Mr. Grey. Strong support comes from Kim Basinger (L.A. Confidential) and Tyler Hoechlin (Everybody Wants Some). PREMIERE NIGHT On the 9th of February, we’ll be hosting the steamiest event! In true Fifty Shades style, it will be a night full of fun surprises including a welcome drink, gifts, entertainment and more! Event starts: 7.45pm Movie starts: 9pm Dress code: White lace (optional)
Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle (2D)


Runtime: 120mins | Rating: 12A
When four kids dust off an old video game and begin to play ‘Jumanji’, they quickly realize this is not a normal game. It’s a game of survival, where only the winners return to..read more
When four kids dust off an old video game and begin to play ‘Jumanji’, they quickly realize this is not a normal game. It’s a game of survival, where only the winners return to the real world. For high-school kids Spencer, Fridge, Bethany and Martha, an ordinary day hanging out is about to become extraordinary… And more than just a little bit weird. Discovering a retro video game console with a mysterious game called ‘Jumanji’, they decide to dust the machine down and give it a try. That’s when things start to go crazy. No sooner have they fired the console up and chosen their avatars, they are transported into the thick of the games jungle setting. Gaming addict Spencer becomes a beefy adventurer (Dwayne Johnson), sports mad Fridge transforms into a diminutive Einstein (Kevin Hart), cool kid Bethany becomes a middle-aged, male professor (Jack Black) and introvert Martha is suddenly a tough, renegade warrior (Karen Gillan). It’s immediately clear that Jumanji is going to be anything but boring, but they also discover it is a game of real survival and game over really means game over. The only way to beat it is to embark on the adventure of a lifetime, and uncover the secret left by Alan Parrish some 20 years ago. 22 years after family-favourite Jumanji (1995) left audiences spellbound with its unique blend of magic, mystery and humor, the franchise returns for another rollercoaster ride of fun. Hollywood golden boy Dwayne Johnson (Baywatch), Jack Black (Goosebumps), Karen Gillan (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) and Kevin Hart (Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie) make up the solid A-list cast, alongside a host of fresh-faced new talent.
Phantom Thread


Runtime: 130mins | Rating: 15
London in the 1950s. As the city finally begins to thrive in a post-war boom, fashion is a focal point among the upper crust of society. Designer Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel..read more
London in the 1950s. As the city finally begins to thrive in a post-war boom, fashion is a focal point among the upper crust of society. Designer Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) is seen as a king in the most glamorous circles, adored for creating beautiful outfits for celebrities, heiresses, and royalty. For Woodcock, it’s all about elegant lines, beautiful textures, and feminine silhouettes. Which is exactly what he sees in Alma (Vicky Krieps). After a lifetime of being unlucky in love, Woodcock is plunged into brand new territory when he falls for the strong-minded and much-younger woman. The two enter a whirlwind romance, which breathes new life into Woodcock’s meticulous routine and opens Alma up to a whole new world of possibilities. But, like any great artist, his obsessive tendencies are both a gift and a curse. And as he begins to focus his anxieties on Alma, their epic love story takes on a sinister tinge. She may be a muse, but she has a voice and she wants to use it.
Segantini Ritorno Alla Natura


Runtime: 77mins | Rating: PG
Lovers of art are invited to take an exciting voyage into the life and works of one of the most eccentric artists of the 19th century in ‘Segantini : Back to Nature’. He was..read more
Lovers of art are invited to take an exciting voyage into the life and works of one of the most eccentric artists of the 19th century in ‘Segantini : Back to Nature’. He was an eccentric, a loner, a "mountain bear" who could deeply feel the magnetic strength of the Alps, just as well as the pulsating energy contained in the big cities of the 19th Century. Giovanni Segantini (1858-1899) was one of the great Divisionist artists, an amazing painter with a wild, impetuous nature, but at the same time poetic, gracious and meticulous. Two years after the exhibition at the Palazzo Reale in Milan, which celebrated the impressive beauty of his too long neglected works and drew over 200,000 visitors in 4 months, it’s now time for the big screen to honour one of the most important 19th Century Italian artists, Segantini, a painter ever poised between divisionism and symbolism.
The 15:17 to Paris


Runtime: 94mins | Rating: 15
In 2015, a terrorist boarding a high-speed train travelling into Paris, France. On board the train were three soldiers exploring Europe together. Those three men had..read more
In 2015, a terrorist boarding a high-speed train travelling into Paris, France. On board the train were three soldiers exploring Europe together. Those three men had ordinary lives. Bullied during childhood, they each chose to join the US military, and make something extraordinary of themselves. Becoming friends, they decided to travel the world and see what else life could have in store for them. Little did they know what was waiting for them there... Based on the true events of the Thayls train attack, The 15:17 to Paris reveals the events that lead to those three men boarding the train, their lives growing up, and what prepared them to do the heroic actions that saved countless lives. THE 15:17 TO PARIS warning re: STROBE LIGHTS
The Greatest Showman


Runtime: 105mins | Rating: PG
Inspired by the imagination of P.T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman is an original musical that celebrates the birth of show business and tells of a visionary who rose from nothing..read more
Inspired by the imagination of P.T. Barnum, The Greatest Showman is an original musical that celebrates the birth of show business and tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation.
The Weeping House of Qala


Runtime: 85mins | Rating: 15
In the quaint little village of Qala, Gozo, Emily Edevane was abandoned with her three little children by her husband. Four decades later a Maltese documentary crew agree to..read more
In the quaint little village of Qala, Gozo, Emily Edevane was abandoned with her three little children by her husband. Four decades later a Maltese documentary crew agree to spend a day at their now desolate and decaying House to find out why nobody seems to have heard of them since.
Winchester


Runtime: 120mins | Rating: 15
Sarah Winchester (Helen Mirren) is down on luck and trapped in the dark, murky depths of depression. Having lost both her husband and child, the heiress to the Winchester firearms..read more
Sarah Winchester (Helen Mirren) is down on luck and trapped in the dark, murky depths of depression. Having lost both her husband and child, the heiress to the Winchester firearms fortune becomes convinced her family and the company fortune are cursed. Her claims that she is being haunted by the souls of gun victims falls on deaf ears, and she is branded senile by most. As money is no object, Sarah has an enormous, seven-story mansion constructed to trap the ghosts that she insists won’t leave her alone. When Doctor Eric Price (Jason Clarke) is summoned to the house to assess Sarah’s mental health, initially he too believes that her paranormal apparitions are a mere figment of her imagination. That is, until he begins to witness the unusual goings on for himself. Winchester House does indeed appear to be very much inhabited by an army of vengeful spirits, all of whom seem to have a bone to pick with the Winchesters. Inspired by true events said to have taken place at the world’s most haunted house, Winchester: The House That Ghosts Built reveals the remarkable legacy of one of America’s most famous families.