Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Royston Picture Palace

It seems entirely logical if you’re accustomed to the oddball word of Marvel Comics that if you can create a successful character who is more than a little bit spider, you can pull off the same trick with a little bitty ant.

Unhappy anniversary: Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling in 56 Years

There’s a brief hiatus this week in the constant stream of superior cinema being served up by the Royston Picture Palace.

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Tom Cruise stars in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation

This weekend’s offer at Royston Picture Palace brings a recently-released summer blockbuster to town in case you didn’t make it to a multiplex, but also sees a screening of a big star’s movie which never had the chance to build an audience on general release.

Robert Carlyle and Emma Thompson in The Legend of Barney Thompson

If you’re a big name actor who decides to have a go at directing, the project will usually be guaranteed plenty of pre-publicity.

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The Luna Cinema will be screening Mamma Mia! at Knebworth House

Open air cinema returns to Knebworth House this weekend with a trio of crowd-pleasing movies under the stars at a stately home.

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