Aki Kaurismäki’s bittersweet and gentle comedy follows lonely singletons Ansa, fired from her job at a supermarket for trying to take home an out of date sandwich, and Holappa, a construction worker who struggles to stay sober long enough to finish a shift.
★★★★★ – Telegraph. BAFTA winner Barry Keoghan (The Banshees of Inisherin) leads an impressive ensemble cast in Oscar-winning director Emerald Fennell’s (Promising Young Woman) stylish sophomore feature.
In partnership with the Computer Arts Society, this new exhibition explores Leicester's computer art history from the 1960s to the 1990s, and features work by eight pioneering artists who lived and worked in Leicester during this time.
Phoenix and Off Site Project are excited to announce the launch of Christopher MacInnes’s Terra regis / terra neminis (2023), a new media-wall artwork responding to the current Virtual Textual exhibition.
Our Café Bar is the perfect place to meet friends for a drink or a delicious meal, spend time catching up on work, or meet with clients. It's a comfortable space, with a range of seating to meet different needs. Food served 11am – 9pm daily.
Our Access Cinema programme provides regular screenings with audio description, captions/descriptive subtitles, and a relaxed environment particularly suitable for people with autism, ADHD and other sensory processing disorders.