Spotlight On… News From Royston Picture Palace
Bond is back!
Back for his final installment as 007, Daniel Craig’s Bond is pulled out of retirement for a dangerous new rescue mission which leads him onto the trail of a villain armed with dangerous new technology. Find out more on our website and book your tickets now for a thrilling half-term treat!
What’s on in October
We’ve got a whole host of amazing content coming up.
There’s martial drama in The Nest starring Jude Law, and self-empowering drama in the moving story Herself. Then there’s coming-of-age escapades in Our Ladies, and Timothy Spall takes a nostalgic journey across Britain in The Last Bus. For families we have fun new animation Around the World in 80 Days plus record-breaking Marvel hit Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and non-fiction fans will love documentaries The Alpinist, Escher: Journey into Infinity and The V&A presents Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser.
There’s also Jennifer Hudson dazzling in Aretha Franklin biopic Respect; a beautiful study of life in rural Tibet under Chinese rule in Balloon; and we’re celebrating Black History Month with horror sequel Candyman and music documentary Summer of Soul.
We think the cinema experience should be accessible for everyone. So as well as being wheelchair accessible (with free carer tickets), we also offer subtitled screenings, Audio Description headsets (on selected titles), and can now provide Audio Loop sets for the hard of hearing.
Next time you’re at Tesco Extra in Royston, take a look at our new poster site – we’re pretty pleased with it! We’ll be updating it regularly to showcase films and display our latest listings, so next time you’re finished at the checkout, you can check out which films are on, too!
For more information and to book tickets, head to www.roystonpicturepalace.org.uk