Run time: 143 mins

There’s a sentimental kind of exuberance and more than two solid hours of dancing in the streets in this earnest movie-musical version of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway hit.


The main voice  belongs to Usnavi (Anthony Ramos), who is on a beach telling a group of kids about his memories of New York City’s Washington Heights neighborhood.


A full-throated celebration of the diverse Latinx community that’s been the lifeblood of Washington Heights since the white flight of the 1960s, In the Heights paved the way for Hamilton by transposing hip-hop, salsa, merengue, and other decidedly non-white sounds into a cadence that would appeal to Broadway audiences.


In the Heights is the kind of electrifying theatrical experience that people have been waxing nostalgic for ever since the pandemic began – the kind that it almost seemed like we might never get to enjoy again. That’s due at least in part to director Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians) who sets his gorgeous young cast loose in a city where dazzling scenes of magical realism will carry you away. (Jack Whiting) Sounds fantastic.

Only here once in our first June/July programme since 2019…!!!

It will be back, and like Hamilton’s stage show, time and again. Jump your car’s bonnet to be here.



J…. WORDS OVER. SO CUT THE CAST LIST TO A FEW . DONT KNOW ANY NAMES… DO YOU…? Which in an Icelandic film would be the full cast list but here it sounds like West Side Story meets Fame….



Saturday 10th July
07:00 pm
Friday 25th June
19:30
Thursday 15th July
19:30
Saturday 26th June
14:00
Friday 30th July
14:00
Sunday 27th June
18:00
Monday 28th June
19:30
Tuesday 29th June
19:30
Last Few Seats
Wednesday 30th June
14:00
Wednesday 30th June
19:30
Last Few Seats
Saturday 3rd July
14:00
Thursday 29th July
14:00
Wednesday 7th July
14:00
Wednesday 7th July
19:30
Thursday 8th July
19:30
Sunday 11th July
18:00
Tuesday 13th July
19:30
Last Few Seats
Wednesday 14th July
14:00
Wednesday 14th July
19:30
Last Few Seats
Tuesday 20th July
19:30
Wednesday 21st July
14:00
Wednesday 21st July
19:30
Saturday 24th July
19:00
Monday 26th July
19:30
Wednesday 28th July
14:00
Thursday 29th July
19:30