Emma 125 mins

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Wednesday, 26 February
10:40AM 1:15PM 6:30PM 9:00PM 
Thursday, 27 February
12:45PM 3:30PM 6:15PM 
Friday, 28 February
12:45PM 3:30PM 6:15PM 
Saturday, 29 February
12:45PM 3:30PM 6:15PM 
Sunday, 1 March
12:45PM 3:30PM 6:15PM 
Monday, 2 March
12:45PM 3:30PM 6:15PM 
Tuesday, 3 March
12:45PM 3:30PM 6:15PM 
Wednesday, 4 March
12:45PM 3:30PM 6:15PM 

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Wednesday, 26 February
10:50AM 1:20PM 6:20PM 8:50PM 
Thursday, 27 February
10:50AM 1:20PM 6:20PM 8:50PM 
Friday, 28 February
10:50AM 1:20PM 6:20PM 8:50PM 
Saturday, 29 February
10:50AM 1:20PM 6:20PM 8:50PM 
Sunday, 1 March
10:50AM 1:20PM 6:20PM 8:50PM 
Monday, 2 March
10:50AM 1:20PM 6:20PM 8:50PM 
Tuesday, 3 March
10:50AM 1:20PM 6:20PM 8:50PM 
Wednesday, 4 March
10:50AM 1:20PM 6:20PM 8:50PM 

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Tuesday, 17 March
7:45PM 
Saturday, 21 March
7:30PM 

Jane Austen’s beloved comedy about finding your equal and earning your happy ending, is reimagined in this delicious new film adaptation of EMMA. 

Handsome, clever, and rich, Emma Woodhouse is a restless queen bee without rivals in her sleepy little town. In this glittering satire of social class and the pain of growing up, Emma must adventure through misguided matches and romantic missteps to find the love that has been there all along.

Starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn, Bill Nighy, Mia Goth and Miranda Hart, EMMA is directed by American photographer and director Autumn de Wilde.

★★★★ "The luminous Anya Taylor-Joy turns this gorgeously filmed, deliciously wicked, and sometimes wounding film version of Jane Austen's literary classic into something that speaks to the current moment and knocks the stuffing out of costume drama." - Rolling Stone

★★★★ "a decadent, fondant-swaddled delight." - Independent (UK)

★★★/4 "All Jane Austen's heroines are clever, but Anya Taylor-Joy brings an unusually sharp edge to her rendition of Emma Woodhouse in Emma." - New York Post 

"Feels both modern and authentic in the best way, inviting everyone, diehard Austenites and newbies alike, into its embrace." - TIME Magazine

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