Little Theatre Cinema, Bath

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    Little Theatre Cinema, Bath St Michael's Place
    BA1 1SF

What's on at Little Theatre Cinema, Bath



The Lady from the Shanghai Cinema

Prado pays tribute to film noir in general, and to The Lady from Shanghai in particular; but given that Welles' mirror-play classic was itself a genre deconstruction, it's little wonder that Prado's film ends up being more labyrinthine than its play...

  • Sun Aug 31:

    • 14:45


Rating: 4/5

‘Were you expecting an exploding pen? We don’t really go in for that anymore.’ That’s Ben Whishaw’s Q to Daniel Craig’s James Bond in ‘Skyfall’ – a Bond movie that boldly struts forward while looking back over its shoulder to the past. That’s what th...

  • Sat Aug 30:

    • 20:30

The Ladykillers (1955 Version)

Ealing comedy about a group of robbers who plot to kill their inquisitive landlady, but the old dear proves to be a tough bird. Part of the Ealing 100 Anniversary Tour.

  • Sun Aug 31:

    • 20:30

Dinosaur 13

Rating: 3/5

One of our dinosaurs is missing! In 1990, fossil-digger Pete Larson and his team discovered a T-rex skeleton (at the time, the most complete specimen ever) on Native American land in South Dakota. But as they were preparing their find for museum exhi...

  • Tue Sep 2:

    • 18:15

RSC Live: The Two Gentlemen Of Verona

Simon Godwin makes his RSC debut to direct Shakespeare's exuberant romantic comedy live from Stratford-upon-Avon. During a trip to Milan, best friends Valentine and Proteus fall head over heels in love with the same woman, the Duke's daughter Silvia....

  • Wed Sep 3:

    • 19:00

NT Live: Medea

Helen McCrory returns to the National Theatre to assume the demanding title role in Euripides's powerful tragedy in a new version by Ben Power. This live broadcast from in London is directed by Carrie Cracknell with music written by Will Gregory and...

  • Thu Sep 4:

    • 19:00

Paths of Glory

Rating: 5/5

Those who try to write Stanley Kubrick off as a dispassionate, style-over-substance filmmaker are urged to revisit his 1957 war film, ‘Paths of Glory’. This is the director’s most vivid, most emotional and humane film, and perhaps his best. Based on...

  • Sun Sep 7:

    • 14:45


This Brit comedy-drama sounds a bit Ken Loach meets 'The Full Monty'. Set during the summer of 1984 and based on real events, 'Pride' is the story of gay activists who decide to raise money for striking miners at the Gay Pride March in London. Troubl...

  • Sun Sep 7:

    • 17:00

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