Films start at 8pm.  Door & bar from 7.30pm

Tickets are £6.50.


Venue: Studio, Queen Mother Theatre Walsworth Road. 


We are part of the BFI Film Audience Network and members of Cinema For All.


To guarantee a ticket buy in advance online from the QMT website (no booking fee).


Any remaining tickets are available on the door.


There are 67 raked seats in the air conditioned Studio.  You can take your drink to your seat.  Contactless for the bar and ticket sales please.


Enjoy the film!

Friday December 8 - TICKETS ON THE DOOR


Cairo Conspiracy (12A)

Norway, Denmark, Finland, 2022 – Arabic with sub-titles


A fisherman's son is offered the ultimate privilege to study at the Al-Azhar University in Cairo, the epicenter of power of Sunni Islam. Shortly after his arrival, the university’s highest ranking religious leader, the Grand Imam, dies and the young student becomes a pawn in a ruthless power struggle between Egypt's religious and political elite.


A superb new conspiracy thriller set on a Cairo campus.

Fearing a hardline replacement, the government tasks cynical secret serviceman Colonel Ibrahim (Fares Fares) with recruiting a spy. Adam finds himself on a steep learning curve, caught between warring institutions. 


It’s an ambitious, complex and satisfying thriller that boldly satirises the politicisation of religion and official hypocrisy and offers a damning indictment of systemic corruption.


Review     Trailer     Ticket

Friday January 12


"Oppenheimer" (12)


The story of American scientist, J. Robert Oppenheimer, and his role in the development of the atomic bomb.


Director(s): Christopher Nolan Runtime: 181

Cast: Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr., Cillian Murphy.


Review     Trailer    




Friday February 9


"The Lives Of Others" (15) Germany


Set in East Berlin in 1984, the story traces the gradual disillusionment of Captain Gerd Weisler, an agent of the secret police, who is ordered to spy on a celebrated writer and actress. What starts off as a routine surveillance operation motivated by Cold War politics becomes something quite different.


Multi award winning including an Oscar. One from our archive, a brilliant film as relevant today as it was in 2006.


Director(s) Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck.  Production Year 2006.  Genre(s) Drama.  Running time 132m.


Review      Trailer




Friday February 23


The Great Escaper (12A)


In the summer of 2014, a World War II veteran sneaks out of his care home to attend the 70th anniversary commemoration of the D-Day landings in Normandy.  Based on a true tale.


Director(s): Oliver Parker  Runtime: 97


Cast:  Michael Caine, Glenda Jackson, John Standing


Review    Trailer


Friday March 8


Are You There God? It's Me Margaret (PG)


When her family moves from the city to the suburbs, 11-year-old Margaret navigates new friends, feelings, and the beginning of adolescence.  Adapted from the Judy Blume novel this film has not disappointed.


Director(s) Kelly Fremon Craig. Production Year 2023. Genre(s) Children, Comedy, Drama.  Running time 106m.

Cast Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, Abby Ryder Fortson


Review     Trailer



Friday March 22


The Eight Mountains (12) Italy


An epic journey of friendship and self-discovery set in the breathtaking Italian Alps, The Eight Mountains follows over four decades the profound, complex relationship between Pietro and Bruno.


Director(s) Felix van Groeningen, Charlotte Vandermeersch

Production Year 2022.  Genre(s) Drama.  Approx. running minutes 147m.  Cast Luca Marinelli, Alessandro Borghi, Filippo Timi


Review     Trailer


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