Broadway

Notice Board

Fri 21 Jul

Changes to our prices from Tue 1 Aug

As of Tuesday 1 August, there will be some changes to our ticket prices to help cover our rising operational costs and ensure that we continue to offer the same quality and diversity in our programming for everyone to enjoy. The increase will affect our standard tickets, as well as tickets for some of our live by satellite events, such as National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company.

Our under-25 ticket will remain the same at £4.50, as we continue our work to encourage younger audiences to discover a wider variety of films on the big screen and experience cinema-going. Our Silver Screen and Bringing Up Baby tickets will also remain untouched.

We are making some changes to our Broadway Bites too! From Tuesday 1 September, our Bites will transform to a blanket 10% off food in our Cafébar so you are no longer choosing from a restricted menu. To redeem your discount, simply present your cinema ticket to our Cafébar staff upon ordering. Our members can still enjoy 20% off food at any time with their membership card.

As a not-for-profit charity, we always aim to remain good value for money and reinvest our revenue into our film curation, educational work, and talent development programmes.

We would like to thank you again for your loyalty and support, and for helping us continue inspiring creativity and a lifelong love of film.

Below is a full breakdown of our new prices:

Full - £8.80

Concessionary (senior/student/unwaged/CEA card holder)- £6.70

Full member - £6.70

Concessionary member - £5.60

Under 25 - £4.50

Silver Screen - £5.00

Bringing Up Baby - £5.00

Family Matinee - £3.80

Supportive Environment Screening - £3.80 per adult / £2.00 per child

National Theatre/RSC/Glyndebourne - £15 full / £13 conc+memb

If you have any concerns or questions, or would like to enquire about our membership scheme, please feel free to ask a member of our team.

Tue 18 Jul

Applications open for BFI Film Academy 6 at Broadway

Broadway has been selected for a sixth time to be a regional delivery partner for the BFI’s Film Academy Network, and is offering 20 young people aged 16-19 with a passion for film the opportunity to be a part of our future film industry.

Over five months participants are supported by industry professionals to learn practical skills, watch a range of films from British independent to specialised titles, meet writers, directors and producers.

Participants develop a complete understanding of film, gaining hands on experience within a variety of roles whilst working as part of a small team to produce one of 3 short films, which will be screened in front of a public audience at Broadway Cinema.

Broadway’s BFI Film Academy has supported the next generation of filmmaking talent for the past five years: programme alumni have gone on to work in the industry, study film at university, receive mentoring through BAFTA and be offered work experience with film companies.

“My biggest achievement since leaving Broadway’s BFI Film Academy was pitching my idea to a panel of industry professionals and winning an £8,000 budget to direct my second short film. Without the regional academy I wouldn’t have realised my passion for filmmaking or begun my journey into the film industry”. - Ynez, BFI Film Academy 2015-2016

The programme is an opportunity to gain a valuable first step into the film industry and to complete the NCFE Level 2: Preparing to Work in the Film Industry qualification.

Broadway’s BFI Film Academy 6 will run from 18 October 2017 until 8 February 2018 and will be held at Broadway over evenings and weekends.

The opportunity is open to young people aged 16-19 from across the East Midlands.

Potential applicants have the opportunity to meet academy alumni and staff and get to hear a little more about what’s involved at two open screenings of films made during past academies. These will take place on Saturday 29 July and Saturday 26 August at Broadway Cinema. More details can be found at http://www.broadway.org.uk/filmacademy

Film Academy applications:

Applications are open from Monday 10 July 2017 and close on Sunday 17 September 2017 at midnight.

For more information about the programme and how to apply please contact - filmacademy@broadway.org.uk or 0115 850 7843.

Fri 07 Jul

Win goodies with THE MIDWIFE and Curzon Artificial Eye

To coincide with the release of The Midwife we have a bundle of DVDs to give away courtesy of Curzon Artificial Eye.

To be in with a chance to win, simply send us the answer to the question below as well as your name and address to competition@broadway.org.uk

What was the name of Martin Provost's previous film as a director, which starred Emmanuelle Devos and Sandrine Kiberlain?

Deadline for entry is midnight on Thursday 20 July. Strictly one entry per person. Good luck!

The Midwife is out in cinemas now. Click here to book tickets.

Tue 04 Jul

Near Now to continue helping artist development thanks to Arts Council England support

Broadway is proud to announce that it will be supported by Arts Council England as a National Portfolio Organisation for a further four years from 2018 to 2022.

Broadway has a long history of working with pioneering artists; funding from Arts Council England ensures that we can continue that tradition through our arts, design and innovation studio, Near Now. The Near Now Fellowship helps artists develop their practice, explore bold ideas and research ambitious new work for audiences in Nottingham the Midlands, nationally and internationally. We support artists with diverse experiences, perspectives and backgrounds, which are essential for innovation to thrive and for new ideas to emerge.

Securing this funding means that we can continue to deliver our public programming and we look forward to seeing many of you at Near Now-hosted workshops, talks, exhibitions, screenings and other events from now until 2022.

Peter Knott, Area Director, Arts Council England said:

"Broadway provides a nurturing environment for artists to collaborate, connect and create and we're delighted to be funding them over the next four years. It'll be great to see them continue to deliver their innovative arts and technology programme, as well as engage with new audiences, across the Midlands and beyond."

Lee Nicholls, Creative Producer, Near Now added:

With thanks to Arts Council England’s further support, we look forward to continuing Broadway’s role as a supportive, progressive and inclusive place for artists to realise their ambitions through Near Now. We’re incredibly excited to see what the next four years will bring — a lot can happen in that time, especially within arts and technology.”

Join us at Broadway on Monday 17 July at 6pm as we introduce the latest group of artists to join our Fellowship programme: Rachel Ara, Antonio Roberts and Rachel Briscoe. Learn more about their work and be the first to hear about their ambitions for the rest of the year.

Book a free ticket at: https://nearnow.org.uk/events/meet-the-fellows

For more information about Near Now, please visit our website here.

Tue 27 Jun

Changes to our Family Matinee of KEDI on Sat 1 Jul

Please note our Family Matinee of KEDI on Saturday 1 July will no longer be dubbed in English. The film will screen in its original language with English subtitles. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Please feel free to contact our box office on 0115 952 6611 for more information.

Mon 26 Jun

Important changes to our schedule Monday 26 June

Due to technical problems with one of our projectors, we have had to make some changes to our schedule for tonight and as a consequence, the following screenings have had to be cancelled:

MON 26, 5.45PM - HAMPSTEAD

MON 26, 8.00PM - CHURCHILL


All other screenings are taking place as normal. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have a question or need any assistance, please feel free to contact a member of our team on 0115 952 6611.

Mon 12 Jun

Mayhem Film Festival open call for short films and launch Early Bird passes

Early Bird passes are now on sale for Mayhem Film Festival 2017, which will take place at Broadway, Nottingham on 12-15 October.

Early Bird passes allow access to the full festival, including all films and special events. The passes are available for a limited period of time for just £65 for four days of exciting previews, special guests and events, showcasing the best horror, sci-fi and cult features and shorts from around the world. To purchase an Early Bird pass, please visit http://www.mayhemfilmfestival.com/tickets or contact the Broadway box office on 0115 952 6611.

Mayhem are also now on the look-out for short films for the ever popular ‘Scary Shorts’ section of their programme. Mayhem originally started as a single compilation of short films, and the ‘Scary Shorts’ remains the most loved and one of the most popular screenings in the festival’s schedule. There is no fee for submissions, and programmers for the festival are accepting local, national and international entries.

Filmmakers can submit their entry for free until midnight on Friday 18 August. To submit your short film, please email Melissa Gueneau at mayhemfilmfest@gmail.com

Mayhem Film Festival will take place at Broadway, Nottingham on 12-15 October 2017 and more news will be revealed over the summer about this year’s edition. For more information, please visit www.mayhemfilmfestival.com

Sat 10 Jun

Important changes to our schedule 10-12 June

Due to technical problems with one of our projectors, we have had to make some changes to our schedule for the next few days and as a consequence, the following screenings have had to be cancelled:

SAT 10, 12.15PM - MY COUSIN RACHEL

SAT 10, 2.45PM - BERLIN SYNDROME

SAT 10, 5.45PM - AFTER THE STORM

SAT 10, 8.30PM - THE RED TURTLE

SUN 11, 1.45PM - AFTER THE STORM

SUN 11, 4.45PM - MY LIFE AS A COURGETTE

SUN 11, 6.30PM - THE RED TURTLE

SUN 11, 8.30PM - THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE

MON 12, 6.30PM - THE OTHER SIDE OF HOPE

MON 12, 8.45PM - THE RED TURTLE

All other screenings are taking place as normal. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have a question or need any assistance, please feel free to contact a member of our team on 0115 952 6611.

Wed 07 Jun

Broadway launches new philanthropy scheme

Support us by contributing to our new individual giving scheme

Broadway is a registered charity. We have no shareholders and pay no dividends. We invest the surplus we make from our cinema and cafébar into supporting our educational, community and talent development activities, bringing communities together and the world of film to Nottingham. Our independence gives us the freedom to do more for local people and inspire children and young people to be the next generation of creative talent.

By contributing to our new individual giving scheme, you can help Broadway to inspire creativity and a lifelong love of film.

For more information about our work and how to support us, please visit http://www.broadway.org.uk/support_us or contact our box office in person or on 0115 952 6611.

Wed 24 May

Win goodies with THE RED TURTLE and StudioCanal

To celebrate the release of gorgeous animation, The Red Turtle, this Friday, we have some goodies to give away courtesy of our friends at StudioCanal, including a DVD bundle (The Tale of Princess Kaguya, When Marnie Was There, Song of the Sea, Persepolis) and a copy of the film’s soundtrack.

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.

The Red Turtle is showing at Broadway from Friday 26 May. Click here to book tickets.