Run time: 106 mins

Always a welcome Summer return of this beautiful film on the big screen It keeps it alive for new generations to see for the first time on a big screen.


It perfectly captures the sunny English landscape at a time when children waved at steam trains. It is a tale of innocence, pride and good manners about hardship, adversity and the once easy friendship between children and grown-ups. It is a celebration of old-fashioned fortitude set in an environment of steam trains, endless summer days and buns for tea. It is unashamedly sentimental. Nobody can deny the love and charm of this timeless 1970 film version of Edith Nesbitt’s classic children’s novel. It is a chance to choke back a new tear and give new children the chance to be lost in the simple beauty of the original.


There are no explosions and nobody gets a thick ear. “Whether today’s kids get it is open to debate.” (Time Out) But as the father of girls, “Daddy … my daddy!” when the steam clears the platform, will remain forever heartbreaking and soaring at once. Bring your grandparents and, if you don’t fidget, there might be buns for tea when you get home… Don’t miss – ever.

Thursday 7th July
19:30
Friday 8th July
14:00
Friday 8th July
19:30
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Saturday 9th July
19:00
Sunday 10th July
18:00
Saturday 16th July
14:00
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Tuesday 19th July
14:00
Saturday 23rd July
19:00
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Thursday 28th July
14:00
Monday 11th July
14:00
Thursday 14th July
14:00
Tuesday 12th July
14:00
Tuesday 12th July
19:30
Wednesday 13th July
14:00
Wednesday 27th July
19:30
Wednesday 13th July
19:30
Tuesday 19th July
19:30
Wednesday 20th July
14:00
Friday 15th July
14:00
Sunday 17th July
18:00
Saturday 16th July
19:00
Monday 18th July
14:00
Wednesday 20th July
19:30
Thursday 21st July
14:00
Thursday 21st July
19:30
Friday 22nd July
14:00
Sunday 24th July
18:00
Friday 22nd July
19:30
Saturday 23rd July
14:00
Monday 25th July
14:00
Friday 29th July
14:00
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Saturday 30th July
19:00
SOLD OUT
Sunday 31st July
18:00
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Friday 29th July
19:30
Saturday 30th July
14:00