To Olivia 94 mins

  • To Olivia
  • To Olivia
  • To Olivia
  • To Olivia
  • To Olivia
  • To Olivia

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Thursday, 19 May
10:45AM 2:45PM 7:00PM 9:20PM 
Friday, 20 May
10:45AM 2:45PM 7:00PM 9:20PM 
Saturday, 21 May
10:45AM 2:45PM 7:00PM 9:20PM 
Sunday, 22 May
10:45AM 2:45PM 7:00PM 9:20PM 
Monday, 23 May
10:45AM 2:45PM 7:00PM 9:20PM 
Tuesday, 24 May
10:45AM 2:45PM 7:00PM 9:20PM 
Wednesday, 25 May
10:45AM 2:45PM 7:00PM 9:20PM 

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Thursday, 19 May
10:40AM 3:30PM 6:10PM 
Friday, 20 May
10:40AM 3:30PM 6:10PM 
Saturday, 21 May
10:40AM 3:30PM 6:10PM 
Sunday, 22 May
10:40AM 3:30PM 6:10PM 
Monday, 23 May
10:40AM 3:30PM 6:10PM 
Tuesday, 24 May
10:40AM 3:30PM 6:10PM 
Wednesday, 25 May
10:40AM 3:30PM 6:10PM 

It’s 1962 and Roald Dahl (Hugh Bonneville), an eccentric, burgeoning children’s author and his wife, Patricia Neal (Keeley Hawes), a glamourous Hollywood movie star, have retreated to the English countryside to bring up their expanding young family.

Tragically, their lives are turned upside down by the devastating death of their daughter Olivia and as the couple struggle through the unimaginable loss, their shared grief becomes a source of redemption and strength which changes their lives forever. Set between New York, England and Los Angeles, chronicles Dahl's struggles while writing some of his most famous works and Neal's return to acting and winning an Oscar.

Critics are saying...
“True, grief is universal - but To Olivia never embraces the fact that stories draw their power from specificity. It's what makes them feel real.” Independent (UK)

“A well-intentioned biopic about a little-discussed but pivotal moment for both artists.” Empire

“The film does a good job of dragging us from the darkest valleys of tragedy towards the gently sunlit uplands.” Irish Times

“With the brightly engaging tone familiar in British period biopics, this sharply well-made film explores the momentous life of Roald Dahl and Patricia Neal.” Shadows on the Wall

“A film about grief inevitably touches some people deeply, but this is more about the psychology of loss than the feeling of it.” Independent (Ireland)

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