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October 9 - October 15 2015

Showroom Cinema: Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX. 0114 275 7727.

Film screening times Friday 9 October – Thursday 15 October 2015


In the lawless border area stretching between the U.S. and Mexico, an idealistic FBI agent is enlisted by an elite government task force official to aid in the escalating war against drugs . Led by an

enigmatic consultant with a questionable past, the team sets out on a clandestine journey forcing Kate to question everything that she believes in order to survive.

FRI: 12:40 15:20 18:00 20:35

SAT: 15:20 18:00 20:35

SUN: 12:20 15:00 20:15

MON: 13:10 15:35 18:00 20:35

TUE: 12:30 15:05 18:00 20:35

WED: 12:45 15:20 18:00 20:35

THU: 12:40 15:15 17:50


Abi Morgan boldly scripts another biopic about some of the most important women in history who sacrificed everything to earn women the right to vote. A stellar cast, a story with power and conviction and a sure frontrunner for the Awards.




MON: 13:10 15:35 20:45

TUE: 13:10 15:35 20:45

WED: 13:10 15:35 20:45

THU: 12:00 14:25


99 HOMES (15)

An emotional story starring Andrew Garfield as a man who loses his family home to a real estate agent.

FRI 18:00

SAT 15:15

SUN 13:15





45 YEARS (15)

Kate and Geoff are about to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary, but party plans might be held off when the body of Geoff’s first love is found and preserved in the ice of the Swiss Alps. Can their marriage survive the emotional journey to come?

FRI 15:50

SAT 13:00







Based on true events, Everest is a story celebrating the human spirit. A group go on a climbing expedition on Mount Everest but things take a turn when they encounter a devastating snowstorm, trying to survive in some of the harshest conditions on the planet.

FRI 20:30

SAT 17:40

SUN 20:00






From the director of the critically acclaimed ‘Snowtown’, ‘Macbeth’ is a retelling like you’ve never seen. Michael Fassbender plays the infamous Macbeth who is prophesised to be the new King of

Scotland. Taken over by his own ambition, Macbeth’s ruthlessness and determination will eventually lead to his downfall.

FRI 13:15 15:45 18:15 20:45

SAT 13:15 15:45 18:15 20:45

SUN 13:15 15:45 18:15 20:45

MON 11:00* 12:45 15:25 18:00 20:45

TUE 13:15 15:45 18:15 20:45

WED 12:45 15:15 18:00 20:45

THU 11:00** 13:40 16:10 20:30

*Kino Bambino

**Early Doors


Based on the bestselling book by Andy Weir. No man gets left behind – except Mark Watney. After a violent storm during a mission to Mars, Astronaught Watney, was left behind by his crew but due to his scientific knowledge and wit, he has managed to survive.

FRI 14:00 17:00 20:00

SAT 14:00 17:00 20:00

SUN 14:00 17:00 20:00

MON 14:00 17:00 20:00

TUE 14:00 17:00 20:00

WED 14:00 17:00 20:00

THU 12:30 15:50 17:00 20:00


An Italian film director (Margherita Buy) in the midst of a crisis is split between art and life. As her mother is dying in the hospital the woman crafts her latest film.

FRI 13:25









Saturday 10 October, 20:30

Abi Morgan boldly scripts another biopic about some of the most important women in history who sacrificed everything to earn women the right to vote. A stellar cast, a story with power and conviction and a sure frontrunner for the Awards.

NTL: Hamlet (Barbican) (12A)

Thursday 15 October, 19:00

Academy Award nominee Benedict Cumberbatch takes on the title role of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy. Directed by Lyndsey Turner (Posh, Chimerica) and produced by Sonia Friedman Productions, National Theatre Live will broadcast this eagerly awaited production live to cinemas.

Showing as part of Stage on Screen

OTS2015: Andrew Miller

Wednesday 14 October, 19:00

From the moment Andrew Miller burst onto the literary scene with his first novel Ingenious Pain, he has been acclaimed as a novelist of extraordinary talent: a masterly explorer of the human heart and mind and a writer of scintillating prose.

Showing as part of Off The Shelf 2015

OTS2015: Art, Art Therapy and the Body

Sunday 11 October, 15:00

Simon Bell, Debbie Michaels and Sally Weston are Sheffield based art therapists who will present extracts from two ground breaking new books, Art Therapy with Neurological Conditions and Art Therapy with Physical Conditions.

Showing as part of Off The Shelf 2015

OTS2015: How to Save our Town Centres w/ J Dobson

Sunday 11 October, 18:00

Julian Dobson is a Sheffield based writer , researcher, & speaker on cities & social policy. He is director of Urban Pollinators Ltd, a practical think tank which helps people work through challenging

issues about place making, regeneration & society.

Showing as part of Off The Shelf 2015

OTS2015: Two Hours.... with Ed Caesar

Monday 12 October, 19:00

Ed Caesar is the winner of 6 major journalism awards including the PPA Writer of the Year. His stories have been published by the New York Times, GQ and the Sunday Times.

Showing as part of Off The Shelf 2015

Free Angela and All Political Prisoners (18)

Tuesday 13 October, 18:00

Documenting the life of young college professor Angela Davis , and how her social activism implicated her in a botched kidnapping attempt that ended with a shootout, four dead, and her name on the FBI’s 10 most wanted list.

Showing as part of Cinema Palestino

Bolshoi: Giselle

Sunday 11 October, 16:00

A doomed love affair ending in tragedy, a dive into fantasy and ultimate redemption through the power of love. The Bolshoi is renowned for its intimate and emotionally intense interpretation of

This beloved drama.

Showing as part of Stage on Screen



Saturday 10 October, 12:00 craft activity with film at 13:00

The Moomins along with Little My and Snorkmaiden had a sea journey that after storms and desert island dangers leads the family to Riviera, the place that takes their unity to the test.

Showing as part of Saturday Club


Martial Arts Classes

Every Thursday 6.30-9.30pm, Showroom 5

Weekly Martial Arts classes covering a variety of disciplines.


Saturday 10 October 19.00

Showroom and The Time Is Now invite you to a very special event to celebrate the regional premiere of Suffragette. Be one of the first in the country to see this moving and important film, which follows the story of Maud (Carey Mulligan) as she joins the women’s suffrage movement and bears witness to events that changed history.


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