Vue Preston

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  • Address:

    The Capitol Centre
    Vue Preston London Way
    Walton-Le-Dale
    Preston
    PR5 4AW

  • Venue phone:

    08712 240 240

  • Venue website:

    www.myvue.com

  • Price:

    £5.80-£8.15

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    1. The Capitol Centre
      • The Capitol Centre
        London Way
        Walton-Le-Dale
        Preston
        PR5 4AW
      • 08712 240 240
      • www.myvue.com
      • 53.748816,-2.677715

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Vikings Live From The British Museum

Historian Michael Wood leads a private tour of the Vikings exhibition in the company of British Museum Director Neil MacGregor, curator Gareth Williams and other experts, who offer invaluable insights to the objects on display in London. The exhibiti...

  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 18:00
    • 19:00
  • Thu Jun 5:

    • 09:00
    • 10:00

NT Live: King Lear

A live broadcast of Sam Mendes's staging of Shakespeare's tragedy about an aged king, who decides to divide his kingdom between his daughters. Simon Russell Beale assumes the title role opposite Anna Maxwell Martin and Adrian Scarborough from the Nat...

  • Thu May 1:

    • 18:00
    • 19:00

NT Live Encore Screening: King Lear

Sam Mendes's staging of Shakespeare's tragedy about an aged king, who decides to divide his kingdom between his daughters. Simon Russell Beale assumes the title role opposite Anna Maxwell Martin and Adrian Scarborough from the National Theatre in Lon...

  • Thu May 15:

    • 18:00
    • 19:00
  • Fri May 16:

    • 12:00
    • 13:00
  • Thu May 29:

    • 18:00
    • 19:00

NT Live: A Small Family Business

A live broadcast of Adam Penford's revival of Alan Ayckbourn's award-winning 1987 comedy of entrepreneurial greed starring Nigel Lindsay as a man of principle, whose integrity is compromised when he takes over his father-in-law's business. Staged at...

  • Thu Jun 12:

    • 18:00
    • 19:00

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Rating: 3/5

Spider-Man has always been the people’s superhero. He’s a high-school dweeb whose supernatural powers allow him to fight crime but don’t offer him any help at all in dealing with the everyday problems of being a teenager. Girls, friends, parents, aut...

  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 11:15
    • 12:25
    • 13:25
    • 15:45
    • 16:45
    • 19:00
    • 20:00
    • 20:50
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 12:25
    • 13:25
    • 15:45
    • 16:45
    • 19:00
    • 20:00
    • 20:50
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 12:25
    • 13:25
    • 15:45
    • 16:45
    • 19:00
    • 20:00
    • 20:50
    • 22:30
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 12:25
    • 13:25
    • 15:45
    • 16:45
    • 19:00
    • 20:00
    • 20:50

Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy

Rating: 3/5

Goody two-wings Tinker Bell (who’s had a personality transplant since JM Barrie wrote her as a sneaky little minx in ‘Peter Pan’) is back for another Disney cartoon adventure. This time around ‘Mad Men’ star Christina Hendricks is the voice of rebell...

  • Sun May 11:

    • 10:00

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Rating: 4/5

With his biceps and righteousness pumped to the max, Chris Evans’s superhero Captain America is an enjoyable square peg in the round hole of the sleek Marvel universe. That continues in this involving sequel to 2011’s WW2-set ‘Captain America: The Fi...

  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 13:40
    • 16:45
    • 19:50
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 13:40
    • 16:45
    • 19:50
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 13:40
    • 16:45
    • 19:50
    • 22:50
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 13:40
    • 16:45
    • 19:50

Divergent

Rating: 2/5

Rest easy, Katniss: you win this round. ‘Divergent’ is the first film to be adapted from Veronica Roth’s dystopian young-adult book series and it arrives with a sludgy, grey-hued plop. It doesn’t help that Roth’s stories make ‘The Hunger Games’ look...

  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 19:00
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 19:00
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 19:00
    • 22:25
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 20:15

Escape From Planet Earth

Rating: 3/5

The late Douglas Adams summed up our planet as ‘mostly harmless’, a description that also applies to this tolerable animated time-filler. Brawny Scorch Supernova (the voice of Brendan Fraser), hero of the planet Baab, responds to a distress call from...

  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 10:30
    • 11:00
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 10:30
    • 11:00
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 10:30
    • 11:00
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 10:15
    • 11:00
  • Sun Apr 27:

    • 09:00
    • 10:00

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Rating: 4/5

While other filmmakers get their hands dirty in kitchen sinks, Wes Anderson surely slips his into luxury cashmere mittens. His films overflow with intricate detail and make no pretence of existing in a world other than their own, just-about-earthboun...

  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 12:35
    • 15:20
    • 17:55

The Lego Movie

Rating: 4/5

With one obvious exception, toy stories do not have the luckiest big-screen pedigree: the results are often either sugary cartoons for undemanding kids or noisy blockbusters for brain-dead teens. If the producers of ‘The LEGO Movie’ had taken either...

  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 11:00
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 11:00
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 11:00
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 11:00

Muppets Most Wanted

Rating: 3/5

‘Everybody knows that the sequel’s never quite as good,’ sing our furry friends during the opening number of a film with much to live up to after 2011’s terrific reboot, ‘The Muppets’. This self-deprecating gag proves to be self-fulfilling. The plot...

  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 13:20
    • 16:05
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 13:20
    • 16:05
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 13:20
    • 16:05
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 12:40
    • 15:30

Noah

Rating: 2/5

'Black Swan' and 'Requiem for a Dream' director Darren Aronofsky’s big-ticket retelling of the Old Testament story, with an oh-so-serious Russell Crowe playing Noah, is stupid but train-wreck fascinating. Your jaw will drop early and often – right fr...

  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 14:10
    • 17:20
    • 20:30
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 14:10
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    • 20:30
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 14:10
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    • 20:30
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 14:10
    • 17:20
    • 20:30

NT Live Encore Screening: The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

Marianne Elliott's Olivier award-winning staging of the book by Mark Haddon about an enterprising 15-year-old boy, who vows to unmask the murderer of his next door neighbour's dog. Luke Treadaway stars opposite Nicola Walker, Niamh Cusack and Una Stu...

  • Thu May 22:

    • 18:00
    • 19:00
  • Tue Jun 3:

    • 19:00
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 11:45
    • 14:30
    • 17:15
    • 20:00
    • 22:50
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 11:45
    • 14:30
    • 17:15
    • 21:10

The Quiet Ones

Rating: 2/5

Jared Harris – who played sticky-fingered ad boss Lane Pryce in ‘Mad Men’ – is the strongest thing about this Brit horror, which the filmmakers claim is based on real events. Believe that if you like, but Harris is terrific as an Oxford professor who...

  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 20:40
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 23:35

Rio 2

Rating: 3/5

Carlos Saldanha is all heart. From the ‘Ice Age’ series, which the Brazilian co-directed, through to his new ‘Rio’ franchise, every movie he makes is stuffed with warmth, charm and simple but effective lessons about family, responsibility and friends...

  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 10:30
    • 11:30
    • 13:00
    • 15:40
    • 18:15
  • Tue Apr 22:

    • 10:30
    • 11:30
    • 13:00
    • 15:40
    • 18:15
  • Wed Apr 23:

    • 10:30
    • 11:30
    • 13:00
    • 15:40
    • 18:15
  • Thu Apr 24:

    • 10:30
    • 11:30
    • 13:00
    • 15:40
    • 18:15

Transcendence

Rating: 2/5

Shouldn’t a future America ruled by the brain of Johnny Depp be more wacky than this dull-as-computer-code thriller? You wonder why Depp signed on to play the staid role of Will Caster, a Berkeley genius with an Einstein-shaggy hairdo. Before Will is...

  • Mon Apr 21:

    • 12:10
    • 15:00
    • 17:50
    • 20:40

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Janet

Went to Vue at the Capitol Centre Preston on Sunday 22nd December, for the 12.30 showing of Walking with Dinosaurs in 3 D. Had to Queue at the Popcorn stand to buy the tickets for 20 minutes as there was only one member of staff serving. On entering the auditorium it looked like there had been a Monkeys Tea Party going on from the previous screening, there was pop-corn all over the floor, crisp packet and just general mess all over the floor. The actual film only came on at 1pm due to the number of boring adverts. It was mentioned to a member of staff regarding the mess but nothing happened. The Popcorn that we bought was awful as sweet and salty had been mixed. Poor experience and won't be going back.