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Showing: Mon 22 Apr - Mon 29 Apr

Mon 22 Apr

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Seize Them! 15

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

This new homegrown comedy is set in medieval Britain, where the egotistical Queen Dagan is toppled from her throne by a revolution led by "Humble Joan".

Screening today
/ Film

Back to Black 15

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

This new biopic from Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy) stars Marisa Abela (BBC’s Industry) as singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse, and follows her journey from adolescence to adulthood, charting the creation of her seminal album Back to Black.

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If Only I Could Hibernate 12A

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

When gifted high school student Ulzii unexpectedly wins a local physics competition in Mongolia’s capital city Ulaanbaatar, he sees a chance to escape his deprived neighbourhood by competing in the national finals for the chance of a university scholarship.

Screening today
/ Film

The Book of Clarence 15

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

LaKeith Stanfield (Sorry to Bother You) stars as the down on his luck Clarence living in in 29 A.D. Jerusalem who witnesses the rise of the Jesus Christ and decides to get involved in the messiah business himself…

Screening today
/ Film

Civil War 15

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

Alex Garland returns with this incendiary dystopian thriller starring Kirsten Dunst and Nick Offerman, set in a near-future America where a civil war has broken out between the government and the “Western Forces” of Texas and California.

Screening today
/ Film

The Teachers’ Lounge 12A

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

Nominated for Best International Feature at the Oscars, German director Ilker Çatak’s (I Was, I Am, I Will Be) gripping new drama stars Leonie Benesch (The Crown) as idealistic teacher Carla, who starts her first job at a high school.

Screening today
/ Film

Monkey Man 18

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

★★★★ – Empire. The directorial debut of Dev Patel (Lion, Slumdog Millionaire) is an astonishing, tour-de-force action thriller about one man’s quest for revenge, produced by Jordan Peele (Get Out, Us).

Screening today

Tue 23 Apr

/ Film

Seize Them! 15

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

This new homegrown comedy is set in medieval Britain, where the egotistical Queen Dagan is toppled from her throne by a revolution led by "Humble Joan".

Screening today
/ Film

Back to Black 15

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

This new biopic from Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy) stars Marisa Abela (BBC’s Industry) as singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse, and follows her journey from adolescence to adulthood, charting the creation of her seminal album Back to Black.

Screening today
/ Film

The Teachers’ Lounge 12A

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

Nominated for Best International Feature at the Oscars, German director Ilker Çatak’s (I Was, I Am, I Will Be) gripping new drama stars Leonie Benesch (The Crown) as idealistic teacher Carla, who starts her first job at a high school.

Screening today
/ Film

The Book of Clarence 15

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

LaKeith Stanfield (Sorry to Bother You) stars as the down on his luck Clarence living in in 29 A.D. Jerusalem who witnesses the rise of the Jesus Christ and decides to get involved in the messiah business himself…

Screening today
/ Film

Civil War 15

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

Alex Garland returns with this incendiary dystopian thriller starring Kirsten Dunst and Nick Offerman, set in a near-future America where a civil war has broken out between the government and the “Western Forces” of Texas and California.

Screening today
/ Film

Monkey Man 18

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

★★★★ – Empire. The directorial debut of Dev Patel (Lion, Slumdog Millionaire) is an astonishing, tour-de-force action thriller about one man’s quest for revenge, produced by Jordan Peele (Get Out, Us).

Screening today
/ Film

If Only I Could Hibernate 12A

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

When gifted high school student Ulzii unexpectedly wins a local physics competition in Mongolia’s capital city Ulaanbaatar, he sees a chance to escape his deprived neighbourhood by competing in the national finals for the chance of a university scholarship.

Screening today
/ Stage on Screen

NT Live: Nye 15

Tue 23 Apr, 7pm (live) | Tue 7 May, 8pm | Sun 12 May, 3pm | Mon 20 May, 7.30pm (subs) | Thu 20 Jun, 8pm (subs) | Tue 25 Jun, 7.30pm

Michael Sheen plays Nye Bevan in a surreal and spectacular journey through the life and legacy of the man who transformed Britain’s welfare state and created the NHS.

Screening today

Wed 24 Apr

/ Film

Seize Them! 15

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

This new homegrown comedy is set in medieval Britain, where the egotistical Queen Dagan is toppled from her throne by a revolution led by "Humble Joan".

Screening today
/ Film

The Book of Clarence 15

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

LaKeith Stanfield (Sorry to Bother You) stars as the down on his luck Clarence living in in 29 A.D. Jerusalem who witnesses the rise of the Jesus Christ and decides to get involved in the messiah business himself…

/ Film

Back to Black 15

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

This new biopic from Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy) stars Marisa Abela (BBC’s Industry) as singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse, and follows her journey from adolescence to adulthood, charting the creation of her seminal album Back to Black.

Screening today
/ Film

Civil War 15

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

Alex Garland returns with this incendiary dystopian thriller starring Kirsten Dunst and Nick Offerman, set in a near-future America where a civil war has broken out between the government and the “Western Forces” of Texas and California.

Screening today
/ Film

Monkey Man 18

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

★★★★ – Empire. The directorial debut of Dev Patel (Lion, Slumdog Millionaire) is an astonishing, tour-de-force action thriller about one man’s quest for revenge, produced by Jordan Peele (Get Out, Us).

Screening today
/ Film

The Teachers’ Lounge 12A

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

Nominated for Best International Feature at the Oscars, German director Ilker Çatak’s (I Was, I Am, I Will Be) gripping new drama stars Leonie Benesch (The Crown) as idealistic teacher Carla, who starts her first job at a high school.

Screening today
/ Film

If Only I Could Hibernate 12A

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

When gifted high school student Ulzii unexpectedly wins a local physics competition in Mongolia’s capital city Ulaanbaatar, he sees a chance to escape his deprived neighbourhood by competing in the national finals for the chance of a university scholarship.

Screening today
/ Film

Mapantsula + Q&A 15

Wed 24 Apr, 6.30pm

After years of suppression, this true classic of guerrilla filmmaking is now available to watch in stunning 4K to mark the 30th anniversary of South African Freedom Day in April.

Screening today
/ Royal Ballet

Royal Ballet: Swan Lake TBC

Wed 24 Apr, 7.15pm | Sun 28 Apr, 2pm

Classical ballet's most powerful tale of love, treachery and forgiveness returns to the Royal Opera House stage.

Screening today

Thu 25 Apr

/ Film

If Only I Could Hibernate 12A

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

When gifted high school student Ulzii unexpectedly wins a local physics competition in Mongolia’s capital city Ulaanbaatar, he sees a chance to escape his deprived neighbourhood by competing in the national finals for the chance of a university scholarship.

/ Film

The Book of Clarence 15

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

LaKeith Stanfield (Sorry to Bother You) stars as the down on his luck Clarence living in in 29 A.D. Jerusalem who witnesses the rise of the Jesus Christ and decides to get involved in the messiah business himself…

Screening today
/ Film

Back to Black 15

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

This new biopic from Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy) stars Marisa Abela (BBC’s Industry) as singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse, and follows her journey from adolescence to adulthood, charting the creation of her seminal album Back to Black.

Screening today
/ Film

The Teachers’ Lounge 12A

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

Nominated for Best International Feature at the Oscars, German director Ilker Çatak’s (I Was, I Am, I Will Be) gripping new drama stars Leonie Benesch (The Crown) as idealistic teacher Carla, who starts her first job at a high school.

Screening today
/ Film

Civil War 15

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

Alex Garland returns with this incendiary dystopian thriller starring Kirsten Dunst and Nick Offerman, set in a near-future America where a civil war has broken out between the government and the “Western Forces” of Texas and California.

Screening today
/ Film

Monkey Man 18

MORE TIMES ADDED: Screening until Thu 25 Apr

★★★★ – Empire. The directorial debut of Dev Patel (Lion, Slumdog Millionaire) is an astonishing, tour-de-force action thriller about one man’s quest for revenge, produced by Jordan Peele (Get Out, Us).

Screening today
/ Film

Seize Them! 15

Screening from Fri 19 Apr

This new homegrown comedy is set in medieval Britain, where the egotistical Queen Dagan is toppled from her throne by a revolution led by "Humble Joan".

Screening today

Sun 28 Apr

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Challengers 15

Screening from Fri 26 Apr

The hugely entertaining new film from the director of Call Me by Your Name crackles with sexual chemistry and stars Josh O'Connor and Mike Faist as two childhood friends and tennis players, whose relationship is forever changed when they meet tennis prodigy Tashi Duncan (Zendaya).

/ Royal Ballet

Royal Ballet: Swan Lake TBC

Wed 24 Apr, 7.15pm | Sun 28 Apr, 2pm

Classical ballet's most powerful tale of love, treachery and forgiveness returns to the Royal Opera House stage.

Screening today
/ Film

That They May Face the Rising Sun 15

Screening from Fri 26 Apr

Directed by Pat Collins (Songs of Granite, The Dance), this gorgeous adaptation of the final novel from acclaimed Irish author John McGahern captures a year in the life of a rural lakeside hamlet in Ireland in the 1970s.

Screening today

Fri 26 Apr

/ Film

Challengers 15

Screening from Fri 26 Apr

The hugely entertaining new film from the director of Call Me by Your Name crackles with sexual chemistry and stars Josh O'Connor and Mike Faist as two childhood friends and tennis players, whose relationship is forever changed when they meet tennis prodigy Tashi Duncan (Zendaya).

/ Film

That They May Face the Rising Sun 15

Screening from Fri 26 Apr

Directed by Pat Collins (Songs of Granite, The Dance), this gorgeous adaptation of the final novel from acclaimed Irish author John McGahern captures a year in the life of a rural lakeside hamlet in Ireland in the 1970s.

Screening today
/ Late Night Friday

The Good, The Bad, the Weird 15

Fri 26 Apr, 10pm

This gloriously enjoyable Korean western action comedy is (as you may have guessed) inspired by Sergio Leone’s The Good The Bad and the Ugly - and involves three men in search of treasure.

Screening today

Sat 27 Apr

/ Film

Challengers 15

Screening from Fri 26 Apr

The hugely entertaining new film from the director of Call Me by Your Name crackles with sexual chemistry and stars Josh O'Connor and Mike Faist as two childhood friends and tennis players, whose relationship is forever changed when they meet tennis prodigy Tashi Duncan (Zendaya).

/ Film

That They May Face the Rising Sun 15

Screening from Fri 26 Apr

Directed by Pat Collins (Songs of Granite, The Dance), this gorgeous adaptation of the final novel from acclaimed Irish author John McGahern captures a year in the life of a rural lakeside hamlet in Ireland in the 1970s.

Screening today

Mon 29 Apr

/ Film

That They May Face the Rising Sun 15

Screening from Fri 26 Apr

Directed by Pat Collins (Songs of Granite, The Dance), this gorgeous adaptation of the final novel from acclaimed Irish author John McGahern captures a year in the life of a rural lakeside hamlet in Ireland in the 1970s.

Screening today
/ Film

Challengers 15

Screening from Fri 26 Apr

The hugely entertaining new film from the director of Call Me by Your Name crackles with sexual chemistry and stars Josh O'Connor and Mike Faist as two childhood friends and tennis players, whose relationship is forever changed when they meet tennis prodigy Tashi Duncan (Zendaya).

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.