Run time: 125 mins

Austen’s classic is given a pastel-coloured refresh in Autumn de Wilde’s debut feature


Not only exquisite in its stylistic flair, with luxurious locations and expressive costume design, this new Emma adaptation focuses on showcasing the timeless wit of its source material. Emma Woodhouse (played by rising star Anya Taylor-Joy) is a multi-layered young adult: spoilt and egotistical, yet also vulnerable and insecure. Living in Georgian- and Regency-era England, she believes she is naturally gifted in romantic matchmaking (despite arguing that she herself will never marry). Focusing her efforts on her friend Harriet Smith (Mia Goth), Emma tries to set her up with the local vicar Mr Elton (Josh O’Connor), disapproving when a lowly farmer proposes to Harriet. Critiquing Emma’s meddlesome behaviour is her neighbour and friend, the gentleman Mr Knightley (Johnny Flynn), with whom she shares semi-flirtatious banter. As their chemistry develops, Emma’s resolve to stay independent is threatened. Bill Nighy is a wonderful addition to the British talent, offering a splendid portrayal of Emma’s hypochondriac father (Mr Woodhouse). Whilst exploring the complexities of growing up, love and redemption, Emma. is a visual feast to indulge in.


Sunday 2nd August
06:00 pm
Wednesday 5th August
02:00 pm
Saturday 1st August
19:00
Monday 31st August
19:30
Sunday 2nd August
18:00
Wednesday 5th August
14:00
Tuesday 4th August
19:30
Wednesday 12th August
14:00
Sunday 16th August
18:00
Friday 28th August
19:30
Wednesday 19th August
14:00
Wednesday 19th August
19:30
Wednesday 26th August
14:00
Wednesday 26th August
19:30