Run time: 129 mins


Say what you like about Bradley Cooper, the man sure likes to set himself a challenge.


After directing and starring in A Star Is Born, he’s tackling another musician, and not a fictitious character this time, but Leonard Bernstein himself, one of the most revered composers of the late 20th century.


Although Maestro is a love story that plays out from Bernstein’s meeting with his future wife Felicia (Carey Mulligan) right through to her deeply affecting death, it is not one in which sexual fidelity plays much part. All through their decades of marriage and the raising of their three children, Bernstein is having affairs with various men. Felicia tolerates them, right until she realises the toll her endless forbearance has taken on her.  


Coopers’ likeness to Bernstein – particularly in his later years – is astonishing, as is his ageing make-up, which is incredibly natural-looking. But beyond that is a touching story of genius. Like Bernstein’s music, this film won’t appeal to everyone,, but it is an accomplished and moving biopic of two fascinating people, and a glimpse behind the public face of a truly great artist


Sunday 28th April
06:00 pm
Monday 29th April
02:00 pm
Wednesday 17th April
14:00
Wednesday 17th April
19:30
Saturday 20th April
19:00
Thursday 18th April
14:00
Thursday 18th April
19:30
Friday 19th April
14:00
Friday 19th April
19:30
LAST FEW SEATS
Tuesday 23rd April
14:00
Tuesday 23rd April
19:30
Thursday 25th April
14:00
Thursday 25th April
19:30
Sunday 28th April
18:00
Monday 29th April
14:00
Tuesday 30th April
14:00
Tuesday 30th April
19:30