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Mon 06 Feb

BOMBAY BEACH will play from Friday 10th Feb

BOMBAY BEACH will play from Friday 10th Feb

The acclaimed documentary BOMBAY BEACH will be playing in our Lounge Screen from Friday 10th February.

Alma Ha’rel’s mesmerising documentary unfolds like a dream. Winner of Best Documentary Film at Tribeca Film Festival and captivating audiences wherever it plays, BOMBAY BEACH is a stunning piece of imaginative film-making. Rooted in fact and history but filmed like the strangest fiction, it infuses bursts of choreographed dancing into the natural interactions of the film’s subjects, capturing a rare essence through windows of movement and physical expression.

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Tue 31 Jan

THE ARTIST and THE IRON LADY continue into February

THE ARTIST and THE IRON LADY continue into February

Due to popular demand, THE ARTIST and THE IRON LADY will continue to be screened up until THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY.

Click here to book for THE ARTIST

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Thu 26 Jan

Broadway is looking for a DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

37.5HRS PW £30,000-£34,000 PA

Closing date for applications: Monday 12th February 2012, 5pm

Broadway is Nottingham’s thriving independent cinema and digital media centre and one of the most successful of its kind in the UK. We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced project manager with knowledge of digital technologies and the opportunities these present for the arts, film and creative economy.

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Tue 24 Jan

HUNKY DORY Preview + Filmmaker's Q&A

HUNKY DORY Preview + Filmmaker's Q&A

We're happy to be hosting a preview of a new British comedy, Hunky Dory on Tuesday 28th February.

It's set during the sweltering summer of 1976 at a secondary school in Swansea, where an idealistic drama teacher Vivienne (Minnie Driver) attempts an ambitious musical production, a take on ‘The Tempest’ in a version which “both Shakespeare and David Bowie could be proud of”.

+ This special preview screening will be followed by an extended discussion with director Marc Evans and producer Jonathan Finn.

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Fri 20 Jan

The FEBRUARY BROCHURE is now available!

The FEBRUARY BROCHURE is now available!

The FEBRUARY BROCHURE is now out - you can view it from our homepage or click here. Highlights include The Woman in Black, Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method, Polanski's Carnage and a host of wonderful special events. Look out for our Dickens Night and the return of Steven Severin, presents a new score to Theodore Dreyer's Vampyr.

The entire programme will be on sale early next week.

Tue 10 Jan

Broadway's January Podcast

Broadway's January Podcast

Andy and Anders return for the first podcast of 2012 with special guests.

Broadway's Education Officer Eleanor Thornley joins us to preview the January film programme (whilst fawning over Mark Ruffalo) and we hear all about Broadway's artistic activities from Matt Davenport - Head of Media Arts.

Listen below or subscribe via iTunes

Wed 04 Jan

DREAMS OF A LIFE will play until February 2nd in the Lounge

DREAMS OF A LIFE will play until February 2nd in the Lounge

Due to popular demand we are extending the run of the powerful documentary Dreams of a Life. It will play every night in our lounge screening room until Thursday February 2nd at 8.45pm.

it will also be shown in one of our screens on Sunday 5th Feb at 4.45PM

For more details and to book click here.

Tue 03 Jan

THE WOMAN IN BLACK - a very special and spooky screening

THE WOMAN IN BLACK - a very special and spooky screening

Join us for a very special preview screening on Tuesday 31 January. We are very excited to be showing the much-anticipated cinematic adaptation of the chilling and acclaimed literary sensation The Woman In Black.

The film has been brought to the big screen by the Hammer Film Production team with a script by Jane Goldman (Stardust, The Debt) and director James Watkins who joins us afterwards for an exclusive discussion event.

We are expecting this event to be very popular so if you'd like to see the film before anyone else BOOK NOW!

http://www.broadway.org.uk/events/film_the_woman_in_black_preview_plus_directors_qanda

Wed 14 Dec

Check Broadway film times from Facebook

Check Broadway film times from Facebook

Check Broadway's film times direct from Facebook

From today, anyone who 'likes' Broadway can check screening times, read about the films we are showing and book tickets direct from Facebook.

Click here to see our listings and to 'like' us!

Tue 01 Nov

Tickets for new NT LIVE shows now available

Tickets for new NT LIVE shows now available

THU 9 FEB, 7PM LIVE & SAT 11 FEB, 1PM ENCORE

TRAVELLING LIGHT

A new play by Nicholas Wright

How had a twenty–two–year–old pretentious layabout made a discovery that would elude everyother cinematic pioneer for years to come?

In a remote village in Eastern Europe, around 1900, the young Motl Mendl is entranced by the flickering silent images on his father’s cinematograph. Bankrolled by Jacob, the ebullient local timber merchant, and inspired by Anna, the girl sent to help him make moving pictures of their village, he stumbles on a revolutionary way of story-telling. Forty years on, Motl – now a famed American film director – looks back on his early life and confronts the cost of fulfilling his dreams.

Following Vincent in Brixton and The Reporter, Nicholas Wright’s new play is a funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood’s golden age. The award-winning Antony Sher – whose previous work with the National Theatre includes Primo and Stanley – returns to play Jacob.

Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members - BOOK NOW

Thursday's live performance will be replayed as an Encore at 1pm on Saturday 11th February.

THU 29 MAR 7PM, LIVE & SAT 31 MAR 1PM, ENCORE

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER

By Oliver Goldsmith

To come to my house, to call for what he likes, toturn me out of my own chair, to insult the family, to order his servants to get drunk, and then to tell me, “This house is mine, sir”. By all that’s impudent it makes me laugh.

Hardcastle, a man of substance, looks forward to acquainting his daughter with his old pal’s son with a view to marriage. But thanks to playboy Lumpkin, he’s mistaken by his prospective son-in-law Marlow for an innkeeper, his daughter for the local barmaid. The good news is, while Marlow can barely speak to a woman of quality he’s a charmer with those of a different stamp. And so, as Hardcastle’s indignation intensifies, Miss Hardcastle’s appreciation for her misguided suitor soars. Misdemeanours multiply, love blossoms, mayhem ensues.

This little barmaid though runs in my head most strangely, and drives out the absurdities of all therest of the family. She’s mine, she must be mine, or I’m greatly mistaken.

One of the great, generous-hearted and ingenious comedies of the English language, Goldsmith’s She Stoops to Conquer offers a celebration of chaos, courtship and the dysfunctional family.

Tickets: £12.50 full / £11 concs + members - BOOK NOW

Thursday's live performance will be replayed as an Encore at 1pm on Saturday 31st March.