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Fly Me to the Moon 12A

Screening from Fri 12 Jul

Set during the 1960s Space Race, sparks fly between the NASA director and the marketing specialist brought in to stage a “back-up” fake moon landing!

Screening today
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Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter One 15

EXTRA TIMES ADDED: Now screening until Thu 18 Jul

★★★★ – Telegraph. Decades in the making, Kevin Costner returns to the director’s chair for the first time since 2003’s Open Range to deliver this sprawling epic.

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Longlegs 15

Screening from Fri 12 Jul

★★★★★ – Bloody Disgusting. In pursuit of a serial killer, an FBI agent uncovers a series of occult clues that she must solve to end his terrifying killing spree.

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The Bikeriders 15

EXTRA TIMES ADDED: Now screening until Wed 17 Jul (excl. Sun 14)

★★★★★ – Guardian. Based on the ground-breaking 1968 photo book by Danny Lyon, The Bikeriders stars Austin Butler, Jodie Comer and Tom Hardy and follows the rise of mid-western motorcycle club.

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MaXXXine 18

EXTRA TIMES ADDED: Now screening until Thu 18 Jul

★★★★ – Guardian. The third film in Ti West’s “X” horror film series is a gripping, stylised thriller.

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Kinds of Kindness 18

EXTRA TIMES ADDED: Now screening until Thu 18 Jul

Three stories revolve around a man who tries to take control of his own life, a policeman whose wife seems like a different person, and a woman who searches for someone with a special ability.

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Present Laughter 12A

Thu 18 Jul, 7pm | Mon 29 Jul, 7pm (captioned) | Sun 4 Aug, 3pm | Sun 18 Aug, 3pm

The multi award-winning production of Noël Coward’s provocative comedy featuring Andrew Scott (All of us Strangers, Fleabag) returns to the big screen.

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Twisters 12A

Screening from Fri 19 Jul

Former storm-chaser Kate is drawn back to Oklahoma where she meets self-styled “tornado wrangler” Tyler Owens, but neither is prepared for the terrifying meteorological event that is about to hit the plains!

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Prima Facie 15

Thu 12 Sep, 7pm | Sun 15 Sep, 3pm (caps) | Thu 19 Sep, 7pm | Sun 22 Sep, 2.30pm

★★★★ – Telegraph. Jodie Comer’s (Killing Eve) Olivier and Tony Award-winning performance in Suzie Miller’s gripping one-woman play returns to cinemas.

Access Cinema

Regular screenings for people with differing access needs, to give all our customers the chance to enjoy a great cinema experience.

Audio described screenings

For our customers who are blind or have slight loss, many films now come with audio description, where a recorded narrator describes the on-screen action during gaps in the dialogue.

Autism friendly

For children and adults on the autistics / Asperger’s spectrum, these screenings have reduced sound levels, partially raised lighting, no trailers and freedom to move around.

Descriptive subtitles

For anyone who is deaf or has hearing loss, we show subtitled versions of the latest English language movies in our main cinema screens.

Phoenix Leicester

Phoenix is Leicester’s centre for independent cinema, art and digital culture. Films and art deserve to be experienced somewhere special – which is why the whole Phoenix team works hard to make Phoenix a place where everyone can feel welcome and inspired.

Following a multi-million pound expansion, Phoenix now boast four state-of-the-art cinema screens, and shows everything from micro-budget independent films to the latest Hollywood blockbusters, plus film festivals and special events. And as an independent venue, the team handpicks Phoenix’s cinema programme specifically for Leicester audiences, so you’ll see things at Phoenix that aren’t screening in any other local cinemas.

With two superb galleries, Phoenix’s digital art programme presents exciting and innovative work by local and international artists; and short courses, workshops and activities provide opportunities for people of all ages to learn about and create their own film and art.

Our newly opened Café Bar offers a stylish and comfortable place to see friends and relax over a meal and drinks, or meet with clients and catch up on some work.

Phoenix believes that film and art have the power to enhance lives, and for many customers Phoenix staff make the difference. With a clear passion for their work, you’ll find many are studying film or art locally, or are involved in the wider creative community Phoenix attracts.

And as a local charity, all earnings go back into developing Phoenix’s creative programmes, enabling them to reach out to more people.

We hope to see you soon.