We recently had an onscreen proposal with one of our customers hiring a screen and delivering a private message video before the film, a grand gesture which was a success just going to prove that romance is still out there!

A couple of big films are released to coincide with the

Date Night and a scattering of event cinema productions too.

l For booking details, visit wtwcinemas.co.uk

New Releases

Bob Marley: One Love

The latest music biopic and this one follows the career and influence of the reggae master.

In the late 1970s Bob is trying to use his fame and music to heal the rifts in Jamaican politics. The country is experiencing difficulties with violence and virtual civil war threatening the lives of all islanders.

Marley tries to find a peaceful way to reconcile his fellow Jamaican’s but his message of love often falls on deaf ears.

On one occasion an attempt to assassinate the musician and his wife soon makes the family take stock of the situation and make a life changing decision about the future.

Featuring all of Marley’s greatest hits and the film has been produced with the co-operation and blessing of his family so we are in for a real treat. Kingsley Ben Adir encapsulates Marley brilliantly and he is supported by the excellent Lashana Lynch as Rita.

Madame Web

The latest in what is becoming a somewhat tangled web of super hero stories.

Ok Madame Web is not in the official MCU and is more in line with the Sony Marvel side of the comic book adventures.

Dakota Johnson is the title character Cassandra Webb who has an important job as a paramedic and an even greater gift, being able to see the future.

This new insight gives her the ability to change the future and teaming up with a trio of female future heroes Webb has to use her powers to protect and guide the heroines away from imminent danger to provide a brighter and better future. A great cast which also includes Sydney Sweeney and Emma Roberts.

Event Cinema

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

A special re-release with the Monty Python and the Holy Grail back in cinemas for its 48 and a 1/2-year anniversary showing on February 21 and 25.

Join the Monty Python group in celebrating the 48 ½ anniversary of this comedic classic set in Medieval times.

With an all-new quote-a-long created just for this anniversary, audiences will experience an interactive and uproarious cinematic experience the way only the Monty Python crew can provide.

Get ready to journey into a world of Medieval madness, coconut-clacking horses, and unforgettable one-liners that will have audiences shouting “Bring out your dead!” – and loving every minute of it.

My Favourite Things

This week also has another in the Big Screen Musicals season with Rodgers and Hammerstein’s My Favourite Things.

Featuring a 40-piece orchestra and international stars of the stage and screen, this special anniversary concert was filmed at London’s newly restored Theatre Royal Drury Lane – the same venue that premiered the original West End productions of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!, Carousel, South Pacific and The King and I.

Featuring a star-studded cast including Joanna Ampil, Michael Ball, Maria Friedman, Daniel Dae Kim, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Rita Moreno and Patrick Wilson, the landmark event was accompanied by the 40-piece Rodgers & Hammerstein Concert Orchestra, conducted by Simon Lee.Directed and staged by Tony Award-winning director and choreographer Christopher Gattelli (Broadway’s The King and I, South Pacific), the celebration of the historic partnership of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II showcases original arrangements of the most iconic songs from Oklahoma!, Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I, Cinderella, The Sound of Music and more!

My Favourite Things is showing on February 14 and 18.

Pat’s Film Club

Moonrise Kingdom and Harold and Maude

Another classic screening and this Sunday, February 18 has Pat’s Film Club delivering a double bill with Moonrise Kingdom and Harold and Maude.

Moonrise Kingdom is a Wes Anderson special when two somewhat isolated 12-year olds become friends and then fall in love, they take the drastic action of escaping to the wild to be together. The film has an amazing cast as usual with Bruce Willis, Bill Murray Frances McDormand and of course Tilda Swinton all on board.

Harold and Maude is the 1971 Hal Ashby movie that features a young man with a morbid fascination and a rather obsessive fascination with death. So much so he attends as many funerals as he possibly can.

On his regular outings he befriends Maude, another funeral goer, but one that likes to celebrate life and fast approaching eighty, Maude is trying to enjoy what time she has left. A very unusual friendship and bond develops between the two and they are opposites in so many ways but they somehow have a great understanding of one another.