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Run time: 94 mins

This is Woody Allen’s rapturous, poignant, romantic comedy about the fretful life of an obsessive TV writer. In those days Allen put himself at the centre of all his films. Here we find him worrying over his current, ex-girlfriend and future women (Hemingway, Streep and Keaton).


His hypochondria and his contemplated switch to serious literature cause no end of inner turmoil. Above all the film is a declaration of love for the cerebral life and fashion of the gleaming glass of Manhattan Island towering over the Hudson. Set to Gershwin and filmed in silvery widescreen monochrome by Gordon Willis, it is a cinematic masterpiece of its time, in a minor key. If you can stand Woody you’ll love it. If you can’t, but decide to come to see what all the fuss is about, you may have to admit it is a classic, however indulgent… Come and see, then decide.

Tuesday 27th June
02:00 pm
Tuesday 27th June
07:30 pm
Monday 26th June
14:00
Wednesday 5th July
14:00
Wednesday 5th July
19:30
Tuesday 27th June
14:00
Tuesday 27th June
19:30
Wednesday 28th June
14:00
Thursday 6th July
14:00
Thursday 29th June
14:00
Thursday 29th June
19:30
Friday 30th June
19:30
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Saturday 1st July
19:00
Tuesday 11th July
19:30
Saturday 1st July
14:00
Saturday 8th July
14:00
Wednesday 26th July
14:00
Thursday 27th July
19:30
Monday 3rd July
14:00
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19:30
Tuesday 4th July
14:00
Tuesday 4th July
19:30
Friday 7th July
19:30
Saturday 22nd July
14:00
Tuesday 25th July
14:00
Saturday 8th July
19:00
Tuesday 11th July
14:00
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14:00
Monday 10th July
19:30
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14:00
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19:30
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14:00
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19:30
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19:30
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19:00
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18:00
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14:00
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19:30
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14:00
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19:30
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14:00
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19:30
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19:00
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18:00
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14:00
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19:30
Thursday 27th July
14:00
Friday 28th July
19:30
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19:00
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18:00