Notice Board

Tue 18 Sep

Upcoming changes at Broadway Cinema

Thank you to the thousands of Broadway customers who completed our annual audience survey in August.

Whilst we take the time to look through your comments, we thought we would share some of the headline results with you:

  • 98.4% of customers would recommend us
  • More customers now use our website to view our film programme than our printed brochure
  • 56.5% of survey respondents are unaware that Broadway is a registered charity
  • Customers are frustrated by the implied queuing system in our Cafebar

You may have heard that we’re planning on making some ambitious changes to Broadway over the coming year which will make the customer experience even better.

These changes include a redesign of our Cafebar and Mezz Bar, upgrading comfort levels in Screens 1, 3 and 4 (don’t worry, we’ll still be retaining that unique Paul Smith style in Screen 4) and introducing 4K projection and 7.1 surround sound in Screens 1 and 2.

Your honest and forthright feedback has confirmed much of our own thinking in regards to changes we can make to take Broadway forward, so we just want to take the time to say thank you.

Thank you for the record 194,492 tickets sold, the 82,864 pints of beer drank on your way into a film, the 47,442 cups of coffee grasped on a cold Silver Screen Thursday morning, the 18,171 pizzas ordered before settling in for the film quiz and the 9,382 slices of cake wolfed down from 9am until late.

Without your continued support and loyalty to Broadway, we would be just another cinema. With you behind us, we’re so much more.

Once our plans are finalised and the dates in 2019 are confirmed we will share these with you and ask for further input into their implementation.

Thank you again,

Steve Mapp
CEO, Broadway Cinema

Wed 12 Sep

Customer notice: Screening of Cold War on Sunday 16 September cancelled

Due to an unforeseen change in our schedule, the 12.30pm screening of COLD WAR this Sunday 16 September has been cancelled.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

COLD WAR is showing here at Broadway through to Thursday 20 September - to see our screening times and to book tickets, please click here.


The team at Broadway

Tue 11 Sep

National Lottery Cinema Day at Broadway - Sunday 30 September

Did you know every time you play the National Lottery you’re supporting British film as well as community projects in your local area?

To say thank you, we’re inviting you to join us and see a film on Lotto at Broadway on Sunday 30 September, as part of the National Lottery Cinema Day. From cinematic classics, modern day masterpieces and new releases there will be something for everyone, all you need is your Lotto ticket purchased for draws between 26 and 29 September to get a free adult cinema ticket on National Lottery Cinema Day.*

National Lottery players have helped fund thousands of projects across the British film industry. Since 1994 they have supported and nurtured new talent through nationwide training and development schemes, as well as engaging the next generation through educational initiatives in local schools and at BFI Academies. Their support has also helped British filmmakers to create extraordinary films such as The King’s Speech, Suffragette, Viceroy’s House and Pride and work with the BFI to engage new audiences through the BFI Film Audience Network and the BFI Audience Fund.

Tickets for the screenings are available only on the day (Sun 30 Sep) from our Box Office, and tickets will be issued on a first come, first served basis. We’re anticipating this will be a very busy day so arrive early to get your tickets.

We'll confirm which films you'll be able to choose from shortly!

*Terms and Conditions:

  • One Lotto ticket provides free entry for one adult to any film of their choosing on Sunday 30 September 2018 only.
  • Under 16s are not eligible for free tickets.
  • All Lotto tickets purchased for draws between 26 and 29 September qualify for free entry for one adult to any film of their choosing on Sunday 30 September 2018 at Broadway. Each participating cinema has the right to refuse entry in the event of a venue reaching capacity, as well as for any other circumstances.
  • Participants can see any film of their choosing providing that the screening is not at full capacity, and subject to standard film age certification regulations.
  • Free tickets can only be claimed in person on Sunday 30 September 2018. They cannot be booked in advance.
  • Free tickets have no cash value.
  • The promoter is Broadway.
  • In the event of queries on the day, the manager’s decision is final.

Fri 07 Sep

Director Q&A for About A Badly Drawn Boy cancelled

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the director's Q&A due to follow our screening of ABOUT A BADLY DRAWN BOY on Saturday 15 September has unfortunately been cancelled.

The film screening itself will be going ahead as planned on Saturday 15 September, 2.30pm.

We apologise for any disappointment caused - if you have already booked and would like a refund, please contact our Box Office on 0115 952 6611.

Tickets for the screening are still available here.

Wed 05 Sep

Mayhem Film Festival reveals full line-up for 2018 edition

Mayhem Film Festival is proud to announce the full line-up for its 2018 edition, which will take place at Broadway, Nottingham on 11-14 October. The festival showcases the best features and short films in horror, sci-fi and cult cinema, through premieres, previews, and guested screenings each year.

Mayhem 2018 starts as it means to go on with Scottish zombie musical Anna and the Apocalypse, which opens the festival on Thursday 11 October, and will be followed by a Q&A with director John McPhail. Aislinn Clarke will present a screening of her found-footage chiller The Devil’s Doorway, set in one of Ireland’s notorious Magdalene asylums. Writer-director Marc Price (smash-hit zombie flick Colin) will also attend the festival to present his action-packed crime-thriller Nightshooters, where things get messy when a hapless film crew on a late-night shoot accidentally record a gangland execution.

Mayhem’s 14th edition will play host to no fewer than three UK Premieres, with exclusive first screenings of Nosipho Dumisa’s Cape Town-set Hitchcock homage Number 37, slow-burning science-fiction indie Prospect, and – as previously announced – Shinsuke Sato’s live-action manga adaptation Inuyashiki.

Already proving popular following last month’s announcement and certain to be festival highlights are Panos Cosmatos’ cosmic fever dream Mandy, starring a truly top-form Nicolas Cage, and Japanese box-office sensation One Cut of the Dead.

Delving into the archives, Mayhem is pleased to present a rare screening of Erik Blomberg’s strange and supernatural 1952 Finnish folktale, The White Reindeer, and the Dario Argento-produced 1985 cult classic Demons.

This year’s edition also includes screenings of horror anthologies Nightmare Cinema and The Field Guide to Evil – both previously announced – as well as preview screenings of Brazilian director Dennison Romalho’s macabre mortuary horror The Nightshifter, Nicolas Pesce’s darkly comic Piercing, starring Mia Wasikowska, the hilariously bad-taste splatterfest Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich, and haunted-house horror The Witch in the Window. Colin Minihan’s grueling survival thriller What Keeps You Alive will close the festival.

The ever-popular short film programme and Mayhem’s fiendish film quiz, The Flinterrogation - hosted by author David Flint - both return to round off this year’s line-up.

Early Bird passes will remain on sale at the discounted price of £65 until 10AM on Monday 10 September, at which time individual tickets, day passes and full festival passes – at the standard price of £75 – will be made available. For more information, please visit

Mayhem Film Festival takes place on 11-14 October 2018 at Broadway, Nottingham.

The full line-up and schedule for Mayhem 2018 is available below:


7.30PM ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE + Special Guest John McPhail

Dir. John McPhail, 2017 (UK) with Ella Hunt & Paul Kaye


Dirs. Joe Dante, Mick Garris, Ryûhei Kitamua, David Slade and Alejandro Brugués, 2018 (US) with Mickey Rourke & Richard Chamberlain



Dir. Erik Blomberg, 1952 (Finland) with Mirjami Kuosmanen & Kalervo Nissila


Dir. Nicolas Pesce, 2018 (US) with Mia Wasikowska & Christopher Abbott

6.15PM NIGHTSHOOTERS + Special Guest Marc Price

Dir. Marc Price, 2018 (UK) with John-Paul Ly & Rosanna Hoult


Dirs. Sonny Laguna and Tommy Wiklund, 2018 (UK/US) with Udo Kier & Barbara Crampton


Dir. Panos Cosmatos, 2018 (US) with Nicolas Cage & Andrea Riseborough



Dir. Shin’inchiro Ueda, 2017 (Japan) with Takayuki Hamatsu & Harumi Syuhama


Dirs. Chris Caldwell & Zeke Earl, 2018 (US) with Sophie Thatcher & Jay Duplass


Dir. Nosipho Dumisa, 2018 (South Africa) with Irshaad Ally & Monique Rockman


Dir. Various, 2018 (International)

9PM THE DEVIL’S DOORWAY + Special Guest Aislinn Clarke

Dir. Aislinn Clarke, 2018 (UK) with Lalor Roddy & Helena Bereen


Dir. Lamberto Bava, 1985 (Italy) with Michele Soavi & Nicoletta Elmi



Dir. Shinsuke Sato, 2018 (Japan) with Noritake Kinashi & Takeru Satoh


Dirs. Ashim Ahluwalia, Can Evrenol, Severin Fiala & Veronika Franz, Katrin Gebbe, Calvin Reeder, Agnieszka Smoczynska, Peter Strickland and Yannis Veslemes, 2018 (New Zealand)


Dir. Andy Mitton, 2018 (Canada) with Alex Draper & Charlie Tacker

6.15PM The Flinterrogation Hosted by author David Flint


Dir. Dennison Ramalho, 2018 (US) with Daniel De Oliveira & Fabiula Nascimento


Dir. Colin Minihan, 2018 (Canada) with Hannah Emily Anderson & Brittany Allen

Wed 05 Sep

We're now recruiting for Customer Service Assistants (CSA)

Are you friendly, personable and able to communicate well with a broad range of people?

Do you have experience of working in a busy bar, restaurant or public venue in a customer facing role?

We’re currently recruiting Customer Service Assistants who will be responsible for delivering efficient, friendly and knowledgeable customer service in our bars and screens. Applicants must have a minimum of 1 years’ experience in a busy bar environment.

For more details and to apply, visit our Work Here page.

Thu 23 Aug

Mayhem announces The Devil's Doorway, Mandy, What Keeps You Alive, One Cut of the Dead and Nightmare Cinema

As its 14th edition creeps ever closer, Mayhem Film Festival is proud to announce the next set of titles from this year's programme.

Mayhem is to present a screening of Aislinn Clarke's found-footage chiller The Devil's Doorway. In rural Ireland in 1960, two Catholic priests are sent from the Vatican to investigate reports of miraculous activity in a remote home for 'fallen women', only to discover that altogether darker forces may be at work. Mayhem is pleased to welcome director Aislinn Clarke to take part in a post-screening Q&A.

Showing in the festival's coveted Friday late-night slot, Nicolas Cage goes full... well, Nicolas Cage with a fantastically high-octane performance in Panos Cosmatos' cosmic revenge thriller Mandy. Pacific Northwest, 1983 AD. Outsiders Red Miller and Mandy Bloom lead a loving and peaceful existence. When their pine-scented haven is savagely destroyed by a cult led by the sadistic Jeremiah Sand, Red is catapulted into a phantasmagoric journey filled with bloody vengeance and laced with fire.

Next up in this year's programme is Colin Minihan's grueling survival thriller What Keeps You Alive. On the eve of their first wedding anniversary, Jules and Jackie become embroiled in a merciless fight for their lives against the most unexpected of adversaries - each other. As violence rains down upon their idyllic forest getaway, the women engage in a frenzied physical - and psychological - battle that tests the very limits of their instinct to survive.

Also screening at this year's festival is Shin'inchiro Ueda's unmissable micro-budget zombie movie, and Japanese box-office sensation, One Cut of The Dead. Playing to sell-out audiences since its release, the film has made more than 250 times its budget, and counting. During the making of a small-scale zombie flick, all hell breaks loose when a real zombie outbreak erupts on set - a gleeful horror-comedy packed with seriously entertaining monster mayhem and an epic 37-minute single-take opening.

Wrapping up this second wave of announcements, Mayhem presents Nightmare Cinema, a new horror anthology uniting masters of genre cinema - including Mick Garris (Sleepwalkers, Masters of Horror) and Joe Dante (Gremlins) - for five gruesome tales of terror featuring sinister surgeons, brain-spiders and killer nuns.

Mayhem's full line-up will be announced early September. Discounted Early Bird Passes are still available to purchase from

Mayhem Film Festival will take place at Broadway, Nottingham on 11 – 14 October 2018.

Fri 17 Aug

Customer notice: reduced Cafébar menu w/c Monday 20 August

Our Cafébar kitchen will be undergoing maintenance from Monday 20 August, and so we will be serving a reduced menu - offering a selection of sandwiches and salads - during this time.


<span>·<span> </span></span>Smoked Bacon, Vine tomato, Rocket, Mayo - £3.90

<span>·<span> </span></span> Pastrami, Emmental, gherkins, mustard, rocket - £3.90

<span>·<span> </span></span> Sun Dried tomato Tapenade, French brie and wild Rocket (v) - £3.90

<span>·<span> </span></span> French Brie, Cranberry sauce, rocket (v) - £3.90

<span>·<span> </span></span> Hummus, Carrot, Beetroot, Spinach (vg) - £3.50

<span>·<span> </span></span> Onion Bhaji, mango chutney, hummus, spinach (vg) - £3.50


<span>·<span> </span></span> Nicoise – Tuna, Egg, Olives, Green beans, New Potatoes, Dressed leaves - £6.50

<span>·<span> </span></span> Caesar – Chicken fillet, cherry tomatoes, Red Onion, Croutons, Caesar dressing - £6.50

<span>·<span> </span></span> Cous Cous – Roasted Butternut squash, Goats cheese, Rocket, Beetroot (v) - £5.90

<span>·<span> </span></span> Pesto Pasta – Kale and Walnut Pesto, Penne Pasta, rocket (vg) - £5.90

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Many thanks,

The team at Broadway

Thu 16 Aug

Win a copy of Smithereens and Sex, Lies and Videotape from the Criterion Collection

Two new titles from the Criterion Collection are launching this month and we have a copy of each – Smithereens and Sex, Lies and Videotape – to give away to one lucky winner.

For your chance to win, please send your full name and address to

Good luck!


Susan Seidelman’s electrifying debut, a vivid dispatch from eighties New York and a benchmark for independent film.

Susan Seidelman established her distinctive vision of 1980s New York with this debut feature, the lo-fi original for her vibrant portraits of women reinventing themselves. After escaping New Jersey, the quintessentially punk Wren (Susan Berman)—a sparkplug in fishnets who lives dangerously downtown—moves to the city with the mission of becoming famous. When not pasting up flyers for herself or hanging at the Peppermint Lounge, she’s getting involved with Paul (Brad Rijn), the nicest guy to ever live in a van next to the highway, and Eric (Richard Hell), an aloof rocker. Shot on 16 mm film that captures the grit and glam of the setting, with an alternately moody and frenetic soundtrack by the Feelies and others, Smithereens—the first independent American film to compete for the Palme d’Or—is an unfaded snapshot of a bygone era.


· New 2K digital restoration, approved by director Susan Seidelman, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray Audio commentary from 2004 featuring Seidelman

  • New interviews with Seidelman and actor Susan Berman
  • And You Act Like One Too (1976) and Yours Truly, Andrea G. Stern (1979), two early shorts by Seidelman, with new introductions by the director

PLUS: An essay by critic Rebecca Bengal.


Steven Soderbergh’s remarkably assured, disarmingly frank debut, a game-changer for American independent film.

With his provocative feature debut, twenty-six-year-old Steven Soderbergh trained his focus on the complexities of human intimacy and deception in the modern age. Housewife Ann (Andie MacDowell) feels distant from her lawyer husband, John (Peter Gallagher), who is sleeping with her sister (Pretty Woman’s Laura San Giacomo). When John’s old friend Graham (a magnetic, Cannes-award-winning James Spader) comes to town, Ann is drawn to the soft-spoken outsider, eventually uncovering his startling private obsession: videotaping women as they confess their deepest desires. A piercingly intelligent and flawlessly performed chamber piece, in which the video camera becomes a charged metaphor for the characters’ isolation, the Palme d’Or–winning sex, lies, and videotape changed the landscape of American film, helping pave the way for the thriving independent scene of the 1990s.


  • New, restored 4K digital transfer, supervised by director Steven Soderbergh, with 5.1 surround DTS‑HD Master Audio soundtrack
  • Audio commentary from 1998 featuring director Steven Soderbergh in conversation with filmmaker Neil LaBute
  • New programme by Soderbergh, featuring responses to questions sent in by fans
  • Interviews with Soderbergh from 1990 and 1992
  • New documentary about the making of the film featuring actors Peter Gallagher, Andie MacDowell, and Laura San Giacomo
  • New conversation with composer Cliff Martinez and supervising sound editor Larry Blake
  • Deleted scene with commentary by Soderbergh
  • Trailers

PLUS: An essay by critic Amy Taubin and excerpts from Soderbergh’s diaries written at the time of the film’s production.

Smithereens is released on Monday 27 August, and Sex, Lies and Videotape is out now – both are available to purchase from Fopp Stores.

Thu 16 Aug

Win a copy of Ron Stallworth's book BLACKKKLANSMAN courtesy of Universal Pictures

Spike Lee is back this month with a hugely relevant, angry, entertaining and timely film, BLACKKKLANSMAN, based on the incredible true story of Colorado police officer Ron Stallworth, and we’ve got a copy of his memoir to give away.

In 1970s Colorado Springs, Ron Stallworth has just become the first African-American detective in the police department. Spotting a KKK recruitment advert in the local paper, Stallworth calls them up on a whim, and arranges a meeting. Unable to meet the group himself, he enlists his colleague Flip Zimmerman and the two soon embarks on the undercover investigation of a lifetime: infiltrating the KKK.

For your chance to win a copy of Ron Stallworth’s book BLACKKKLANSMAN, send your answer to the following question – along with your name and address – to

Q: What is the name of Spike Lee’s iconic 1989 film about racial tensions in Brooklyn?


Be one of the first to see the film and join us for a Special Screening of BLACKKKLANSMAN + live satellite Q&A with Spike Lee on Monday 20 August at 6.30pm.

BLACKKKLANSMAN will be on general release from Friday 24 August – to see our full list of screening times and to book your tickets, please click here.